EK X3 250 RGB Reservoir
EK X3 250 RGB Reservoir, 250 x 60mm, Six G1/4" ports, 440ml Capacity
By DPD On 24th Oct 2019
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- 48HR REPLACEMENT If you need to return this item, your replacement will be dispatched within 2 working days of your product arriving back at Scan. More info
EK-RES X3 series reservoirs are cylindrical standalone solutions, manufactured from premium quality 60mm acrylic tube and POM Acetal end caps in black color. An airtight sealing is ensured by quality EPDM rubber washers at both ends of the reservoir. With the total of six G1/4" ports, the EK-RES X3 250 RGB reservoir makes the filling, tube routing and draining, an easy task.
Compatible with popular RGB sync technologies from all major motherboard manufacturers. The arrow marking on the 4-pin LED connector is to be aligned with the +12V marking on the RGB header.
EK-RES X3 series reservoirs come with a pair of EK design reservoir holders using adjustable fastening force controlled by the enclosed Allen key.
• Installation height: 250mm
• Diamter: 60mm
• Capacity: ~440ml
• RGB connector classic 4-pin (12+ R G B)
• EK-RES X3 250 RGB
• Pair of EK reservoir holders with mounting screws
• 2 × G1/4 extenders
• 4 × G1/4 Plugs
• 1 × 2,5mm Allen key for reservoir holders
• 1 × polyether anti-cyclone foam
• When using ports #3, #4 or #6 it is mandatory to use the enclosed EK-Extender G1/4" due to the ports being recessed into the plastic Reservoir Bottom.
• When using EK-Extender G1/4 make sure not to use fittings or barbs with G1/4" thread longer than 5mm!
• When using ports #1 and #2 make sure not to use fittings or barbs with a diameter larger than 25mm!
• The installed 4-pin RGB LED stripe is compatible with every major motherboard manufacturer and mainstream RGB controller.
• Port #6 of EK-RES X3 series reservoir should only be used to connect this reservoir with an external fill port.
• Do not clean reservoir with alcohol derivates or other solvents as the acrylic may crack!
|Edition||EK X3 250|
|Max. Hydraulic Performance|
|PWM Duty Cycle Range|
|Max. Power Draw|
|Reservoir Capacity||440 mL|
|Fluid Chamber Construction|
|Power Cable Length|
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|Dimensions||60 x 250 x 60 mm (WxHxD)|
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