The Slovenian liquid cooling company EK Waterblocks has announced a new pump and reservoir combo today in its Xres series: the EK-Xres 100 SPC-60 MX PWM. The EK-SPC 60 pump in this combo is a PWM variable-speed unit with a maximum flow rate of 450 liters per hour. The compact reservoir comes attached to the pump and holds 125mL of coolant. All told, this unit should offer a compact, simple design for builders who are just getting into liquid cooling, or who want a simple, compact pump and reservoir for a Mini-ITX build.
The pump and reservoir that make up the combo were previously available in EK's EKWB Slim Series kits, which included a radiator, fans, and a CPU block. With the new combo, buyers can fit the pump-reservoir combo with their choice of radiators and CPU blocks. This combo is already listed on EKWB’s storefront for $85.
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