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post #1 of 29 (permalink) Old 11-20-2018, 12:39 PM - Thread Starter
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Lian Li PC-O11 DX - PowerSpec Fluid Gaming

Just got back from MicroCenter, was shopping some water cooling parts and the sales guy mentioned they just got a Lian LI PC-011 DX case in that comes with a 360mm rad, pre-bent/pre-cut hard tube, blocks and etc. Pretty slick setup, limited information so far but we opened one up and I wish I would have pictures of it out of the box but didn't. One question I have is what pump are they using on the distribution plate?

PowerSpec Liquid Cooled Chassis:
The tubing in this package is bent and cut for ease of installation, meaning no specialist tools are required to complete your build. Consequently, it is only compatible with a limited range of motherboards.

Compatibility:
ASUS Z370 Strix-E
ASUS Z390 Strix-E
ASUS Z370 Maximus X Hero
ASUS Z370 Maximus X Apex
ASUS Z370 Godlike

Compatibility VGA:
Reference NVIDIA GeForce RTX

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EK-FG PC-011 Distribution Plate
EK-FG Velocity AX Intel 115X-Plexi
EK-AC GeForce GTX Pa
EK-Vardar S 120ER D-RGB
EK-HDC ALU Fitting 12mm - Nickel
EK-Alustream SE 360 Lite (Triple)
Pre-bent and pre-cut hardline tubing.

MC link is not updated yet but should be soon.
https://www.microcenter.com/product/...d-pc-011-black


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Love the PCO11, and the concept. But, aluminum parts from EK? Yeah....thanks.....I'll take a hard pass on that one.

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Love the PCO11, and the concept. But, aluminum parts from EK? Yeah....thanks.....I'll take a hard pass on that one.
Are all the EK parts aluminum? I thought the rads were copper internals?

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Quote: Originally Posted by svntwoo View Post
Are all the EK parts aluminum? I thought the rads were copper internals?
No, the lite is alumium.
EK-Alustream SE 360 Lite (Triple)

I would only order copper parts ihmo. You don't find a lot of alu parts and copper and alu doesn't mix very well.

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No, the lite is alumium.
EK-Alustream SE 360 Lite (Triple)

I would only order copper parts ihmo. You don't find a lot of alu parts and copper and alu doesn't mix very well.
Not to mention the performance difference.

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The Aluminum parts aren't an issue since they are all along the same lineup from EK, but that's where they cut cost for the cooling vs going with a traditional copper based rad and blocks. But MC's PowerSpec line is a good one.
Looks like one of the locations near me has 6 of these in stock too lol

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Quote: Originally Posted by DarthBaggins View Post
The Aluminum parts aren't an issue since they are all along the same lineup from EK, but that's where they cut cost for the cooling vs going with a traditional copper based rad and blocks. But MC's PowerSpec line is a good one.
Looks like one of the locations near me has 6 of these in stock too lol
I opted to build a custom loop, but this would be a good option for some people I am sure. I am sure we will see more like this in the future.

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I've been waiting for EK to release that distribution plate independently so we can get more info on it. Looks really cool. I'm not 100% sure but looking at the pics I think it might have a DDC pump? If it takes a D5 that would be awesome.

All the other EK parts in those prebuilts are the budget level aluminium parts. They don't perform as well as copper and severely limit your upgrade options since everything else you add to the loop will have to be aluminium as well.

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I've been waiting for EK to release that distribution plate independently so we can get more info on it. Looks really cool. I'm not 100% sure but looking at the pics I think it might have a DDC pump? If it takes a D5 that would be awesome.

All the other EK parts in those prebuilts are the budget level aluminium parts. They don't perform as well as copper and severely limit your upgrade options since everything else you add to the loop will have to be aluminium as well.
I emailed EK about the pump, here you go.

"Thank you for contacting us.
The pump should be SPC and the item won't be offered as a standalone unit in the shop but only with the whole prebuild PC. More information about the SPC can be found here - https://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-xtop-sp...etal-incl-pump.

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I emailed EK about the pump, here you go.

"Thank you for contacting us.
The pump should be SPC and the item won't be offered as a standalone unit in the shop but only with the whole prebuild PC. More information about the SPC can be found here - https://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-xtop-sp...etal-incl-pump.

Best regards, Ales "
Aw man.. That's a tiny little pump. Interesting that they said they won't be offering it standalone, Erik who runs their Facebook hinted at it being a separately purchasable unit in the future. They could make a lot of sales if they sold it individually with compatibility for D5 and/or DDC pumps.

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