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So I do really like the idea of having all of those sensors to hook straight up to the motherboard, but to be honest with you my entire loop is EK, I love the style of EK and how they look, and their new RGB monoblocks are just ridiculously good looking to me. I can probably add those sensors if I really wanted to anyway, but I will probably hold out for the EK one. Thanks though, it would certainly be tempting if Bitspower releases an RGB monoblock.
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Originally Posted by gamertaboo View Post

So I do really like the idea of having all of those sensors to hook straight up to the motherboard, but to be honest with you my entire loop is EK, I love the style of EK and how they look, and their new RGB monoblocks are just ridiculously good looking to me. I can probably add those sensors if I really wanted to anyway, but I will probably hold out for the EK one. Thanks though, it would certainly be tempting if Bitspower releases an RGB monoblock.

The bitspower block is RGB lol. Like I've mentioned many times I got a crap ton of EK gear. Look at my pc loop. I wouldnt call their monoblocks new either. My x99 deluxe monoblock looks identical to the x299, z170, z270 you name it.



However, it's time to expect more. I will be moving away from EK personally.
post #43 of 118
I'm with you. Right now I have 2 vga blocks, CPU block, 4 reservoirs and 4 pumps...all ek. Will be moving away from this brand...this is joke. Even stayed with them when my acrylic bay reservoir started leaking...
post #44 of 118
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Originally Posted by akira749 View Post

Zenith monoblock should be available in the first week of October.

so the first week of October is just about over guys......
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Originally Posted by TheScarecow View Post

so the first week of October is just about over guys......

I have a gut feeling we won't be getting any info soon.

Just received an update via Twitter from EK:

"Sorry, No ETA on when the X399 Zenith Monoblock will come out." mad.gif

My only hope is that they listened to the complaints of the customers and not just copied their old designs like they did with de Supremacy for TR which has not enough surface area covered. Would be a good and acceptable reason for the delay so fingers crossed.
post #46 of 118
Welp maybe bitspower will be the one. Honestly it probably depends on who releases first at this point then.

Also by "new" I was only referring to the "RGB" part of the monoblocks, they weren't RGB before.
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post #47 of 118
End of August I was told sometime in September hopefully, Then first days of October. Now it's mystery?
Maybe I should consider not buying a Zenith and going with Gigabyte instead? That way I can use an XSPC block, I guess
It's a bit frustrating to be in this situation where you don't even know when you're going to be able to put your things together.
AFAIK Bitspower also has given zero estimates to when theirs is arriving (and they're a pain to get here in NZ)
post #48 of 118
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Originally Posted by VileLasagna View Post

End of August I was told sometime in September hopefully, Then first days of October. Now it's mystery?
Maybe I should consider not buying a Zenith and going with Gigabyte instead? That way I can use an XSPC block, I guess
It's a bit frustrating to be in this situation where you don't even know when you're going to be able to put your things together.
AFAIK Bitspower also has given zero estimates to when theirs is arriving (and they're a pain to get here in NZ)

Not sure if the mono block is really necessary on the zenith atm tbh with you. Vrms are just fine. Bitspower is a for sure thing and most likely well worth waiting for vs the EK one.
post #49 of 118
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Not sure if the mono block is really necessary on the zenith atm tbh with you. Vrms are just fine. Bitspower is a for sure thing and most likely well worth waiting for vs the EK one.

More than fearing for the VRMs I just really worry about that fan they've stuck behind the IO shield.

And yeah, I really want to wait for BP, cause I really want to make use of the fancy sensor header(which EK seems to have no plans of using this time around). It's just that I already have components slowly piling up in my desk and still no idea when I'll be able to put this together (and I'm still without a nice and beefy desktop since I had to get rid of my old system at the end of last year)

post #50 of 118
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More than fearing for the VRMs I just really worry about that fan they've stuck behind the IO shield.

And yeah, I really want to wait for BP, cause I really want to make use of the fancy sensor header(which EK seems to have no plans of using this time around). It's just that I already have components slowly piling up in my desk and still no idea when I'll be able to put this together (and I'm still without a nice and beefy desktop since I had to get rid of my old system at the end of last year)


Just get a xspc or phantkes block for now, or run stock with an compatible aio.
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