EKWB EK-KIT L240 R2.0 Water Cooling Kit
Revision 2.0 (R2.0) further improves the quality and reliability of the original L series kits, introduced in 2013.
EK-Supremacy MX UNI is a reduced cost variant of EK-Supremacy EVO flagship performance water block, introduced in 2014. It has been designed to lower the production costs yet still offer premium hydraulic- and thermal performance at the best price.
EK-CoolStream PE series radiator fits in majority of computer chassis and will succesfully take the heat out of your system. In combination with in-house developed EK-Vardar high-static pressure fan the unit provides silent operation with great coooling performance.
EK-XRES 100 DDC MX 3.1 PWM water pump / reservoir combo is also brand new, cost-reduced variant of the market proven EK-XRES DDC pump/reservoir combo unit, powered by Laing DDC 3.1 PWM (6W) pump.
High quality EK made ZMT (Zero Maintainance Tubing) EPDM rubber tubing ensures long lasting operation and does not suffer from plasticizer leaching effect, very common with regular PVC tubing.
Majority of components have been pre-assembled resulting in quick and painless installation procedure. This kit can also be upgraded with an additional EK-VGA Supremacy, EK-FB, EK-FC or EK-RAM series waterblocks! Features EK-KIT L240 R2.0 includes:
• Universal CPU water block: EK-Supremacy MX (incl. mounting- & thermal material)
• Radiator: EK-CoolStream PE 240 (Dual)
• Radiator fan: EK-Vardar F3-120 1850rpm (2pcs)
• Water pump / reservoir unit: EK-XRES 100 DDC MX 3.1 PWM
• Tubing: EK-Tube ZMT Matte Black 15,9/9,5mm (2 meters)
• Compression fittings: EK-ACF Fitting 10/16mm Nickel (6 pcs)
• Coolant concentrate: EK-Ekoolant EVO Clear (100mL; for 1L of coolant)
• Additional pump holder (120mm fan hole pattern)
• Y-cable splitter: EK-Cable Y-Splitter 3-Fan PWM (10cm)
• ATX bridging plug
Made in Slovenia - Europe!
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- 24 months
- Return to base
- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 24 months
Date Issued: 20th Oct 2008
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Date Issued: 19th Jun 2008
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Date Issued: 5th Mar 2007
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