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IDK if this has been suggested here but I have a request that Im extremely surprised EK has not yet done to my knowledge.

I'm looking for a multiport radiator from EK specifically one that has a drain port! Even if it is just a 3 port radiator, Or an extra port on the opposite side of the radiator. And yes this has been done by maybe 2 or 3 other companies but here is my issue, they are junk for the most part! Please let me explain.

In my current pc and I think alot of computers use a front vertical radiator. Every time I drain my loop to flush & or refill I always end up with water & sediment sitting in the front rad (even though my pump is at the bottom of the case & I have a drain port connected to the pump).

I was using a radiator that allowed me to have an additional drain port on the radiator and it worked GREAT for the times that I just do a flush & dont disassemble the whole system to clean all components by hand. Its frustrating to have to disassemble EVERY time to just do a flush! The problem with the aforementioned radiator (I wont name names) but it was a very thick radiator & one of the ports sprung a leak because this brand has thin weak ports, unlike EK radiators.

I have been wanting to buy one of the best radiators on the the market (the EK CoolStream XE 240mm) but the only thing holding me back is the lack of a bottom drain port.

EK why have you not given your customers the option of being able to easily flush their systems by the use of a drain port on the radiator? Seems like something EK would have implemented already. I hope you agree! THANKS

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