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    Testing is done and minor fixes applied. We are ready for mass production now
    Insulation is now so easy and that annoying toilet paper is no more needed

    I am very happy with the product and the mass production version will have a different look than these samples.

    Mounting mechanism opened:

    You are as good as your samples are!

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    Looks great !

    I take it you will need a different base plate for each socket type ?

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    Yes, but they are not adding costs.

    Here is one more teaser.



    Every memory module have their own thermal probe holes and this will be CU - Acetal combination. Fully compatible with all EKWB gear at the moment, so you can use this as a watercooling block when LN2 is not needed

    Price = very good!
    You are as good as your samples are!

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    no really
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    gskillllin it!

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    We are almost ready to take your money

    Ram pot is completely ready now and will be available soon.
    CPU pot is still waiting some parts to arrive and then it is ready as well.

    All of these will be available before May, that is a promise.

    Niko from EKWB preparing his memory kits


    Triple Point EVO and Inflection Point EVO side by side!
    You are as good as your samples are!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buckeye View Post
    Looks great !

    I take it you will need a different base plate for each socket type ?
    That EK will fix in no time with their knowledge from WC - they use oval holes for CPU and GPU mounts, making them compatible with multiple sockets/graphics - I dont see why they shouldnt do this with the LN2 product as well...
    Saving cost without hurting any performance, who'd ever complain about that? (.... Except golddigger chicks!?)
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    That looks completely and utterly amazing!!!!
    Wonder how easy it'll be to work with and insulate...I gotta start saving for that kit man.

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    Innovative job EK and Petri, well done. Waiting for feedbacks now.

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    Revealing some secrets

    What is this?
    You are as good as your samples are!

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    Heating elements but for where??
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    Show them, Petri :P

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    what are the memory sinks made of?
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    So many opinions and so few screenshots

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    Black anodized Aluminum.

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    can you buy just the memory sinks?
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    So many opinions and so few screenshots

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    You can, yes. EK-SF3D ones (which uses TIM) are now available for purchase just yet, but you can buy EK-RAM Dominator (which use 0.5mm thermal pad - the ones I used on the photo above). Pads acts very well.
    http://www.ekwb.com/shop/blocks/ram-...lack-2pcs.html

    In the States you can buy them at FrozenCPU, PerformancePCs, HellFireToyz, etc.

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    will these be available in AU?
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    Sure they will, we have couple of AU resellers

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimba86 View Post
    will these be available in AU?
    I'll be looking forward to the pics/results on OCAU if you bite the bullet on these.

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    Arrrgh, this product launch is taking forever. I know that's usually the way it works, especially when it's a completely new product but I want it now!
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    We are aiming at May 5th or May 6th, some parts are still in the manufacturing.
    Triple Point EVO is already manufactured.

    Monstru will unveil the pots to public on first public show on April 26th.

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    Its really cool that someone is finally doing that heating element idea to prevent condensation. Its been long time that someone has bought anything new to this "container segment".
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    Quote Originally Posted by ilkkahy View Post
    Its really cool that someone is finally doing that heating element idea to prevent condensation. Its been long time that someone has bought anything new to this "container segment".
    It is a great idea but Vapochill did it quite a long time ago with their units.

    http://www.guru3d.com/articles_pages...ling%29,4.html
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    Can't wait to see moar!
    ...and a pricetag too.

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