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post #21 of 70 (permalink) Old 04-28-2017, 01:44 PM
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Checked EK's site and I don't see their AIOs anywhere. I could swear they had them too. Had the funny little pump and res on one side of the radiator. I'm not misremembering am I?

https://www.ekwb.com/solutions/all-in-one/
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Ah, I see. Wish they had GPU blocks.

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Ah, I see. Wish they had GPU blocks.

They do have a prefilled QDC-enabled option on their GPU water blocks to be used with the EK-XLC Predator AIO coolers.
So all you would have to do is use the quick disconnect fittings and affix it to the loop if you bought both.
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Interesting. Is the prefilled block available independently or just with the GPU? I already have the card, I don't particularly feel like getting another right now...

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Interesting. Is the prefilled block available independently or just with the GPU? I already have the card, I don't particularly feel like getting another right now...

The blocks are sold separately from the cards, from the product page you can select the prefill option. You just have to make sure the blocks are made for your specific card.
If you have a Founders edition then you are good, if you have another card you should check to see if they make a block for it.

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Ah, so the idea is to get the Predator cooler and instead of using it for the CPU I'd get the prefilled GPU block with QDs and use that instead?

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You can use it for both, a single 360 radiator can keep both the CPU and GPU under fan cooled temps.
Maybe in the future they will prefill radiators too. Would be nice for expansion but who knows if they will.

I'm not sure if you can get it without the CPU block though, you would have to contact their support or something I would think for that.
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Okay, I took apart my card and here is the PCB. Thoughts?
Pcb looks more or less the same as FE, the only difference is block of capacitors at the end of the pcb, which are not cooled, ekwb fe block can be easily moded (just cut the end) and will fit on this card
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They do have a prefilled QDC-enabled option on their GPU water blocks to be used with the EK-XLC Predator AIO coolers.
So all you would have to do is use the quick disconnect fittings and affix it to the loop if you bought both.
It says "End of Life" on those prefilled gpu back-plates or cpu water blocks. I don't know if they're discontinued or what but that's a great idea to help NOOBs like me water cool their systems.

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This card is 100% not FE PCB. and it does not fit neither the titan x pascal nor the gtx 1080ti water clocks from ek. How do I know? I bought it and hoped it could fit onto an ek block, failed miserably. mad.gif
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