Introducing EK-Pro Line’s Latest: Multiport 360 and 480 mm Radiators


November 22, 2023

Introducing EK-Pro Line’s Latest: Multiport 360 and 480 mm Radiators

Summary:

  • Compatible with a wide range of PC cases
  • Four G1/4" threaded connection ports for hassle-free tube routing
  • High-grade non-louvered copper fins with an 18 FPI density


EK, the manufacturer of premium liquid cooling gear, is expanding its EK-Pro Line with the introduction of a new radiator portfolio. The EK-Pro Radiator P360 Multiport – Black and EK-Pro Radiator P480 Multiport – Black are designed with a multiport layout, offering users convenience and ease when it comes to tube routing. These radiators boast a medium thickness of 45 mm and a fin density of 18 FPI.

The EK-Pro P Series Radiators are available in two sizes – 360 mm and 480 mm. With a thickness of 45 mm, these radiators are versatile performers, delivering both low noise levels and high performance across the entire fan operational range. Measuring at 120 mm wide, they are compatible with a wide range of PC cases. Additionally, the inclusion of four G1/4″ threaded connection ports ensures hassle-free tube routing in most scenarios. The fourteen 2 mm-wide copper tubes spanning the entire length of the radiator guarantee optimal coolant flow without placing any unnecessary strain on your cooling loop. Moreover, the high-grade non-louvered copper fins with an 18 FPI density strike the perfect balance between thermal transfer and air resistance, enabling exceptional performance even at low-speed fan operation. For those seeking to maximize cooling potential, the radiators can be utilized in a Push/Pull setup.

Sporting an elegant all-black design, save for the G1/4″ nickel-plated plugs on unused ports, the EK-Pro P radiators not only deliver exceptional build quality but also offer advanced liquid cooling capabilities. The installation process is made user-friendly, thanks to precision engineering and premium materials. Designed with low flow restriction in mind, the internal structure of these radiators ensures minimal stress on the rest of your cooling loop. This means that you can incorporate multiple radiators into your setup using only a single pump (D5 or DDC). With their airflow-friendly and low-restriction design, these radiators can achieve optimal performance even at lower fan speeds. Furthermore, the low airflow restriction promotes proper ventilation within the case, allowing other radiators to function optimally.

The EK-Pro P series radiators are proudly designed and engineered in Slovenia, Europe, and manufactured in China. They can be pre-ordered through the EK Webshop and Partner Reseller Network. Shipping is expected to commence in late February 2024. The table below provides the manufacturer’s suggested retail price (MSRP) inclusive of VAT.

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In summary, the EK-Pro P series radiators combine exceptional performance, user-friendly installation, and premium build quality to cater to the needs of even the most demanding PC users. With their innovative features and meticulous craftsmanship, these radiators are set to elevate your liquid cooling experience to new heights.Introducing EK-Pro Line’s Latest: Multiport 360 and 480 mm Radiators

Introducing EK-Pro Line’s Latest: Multiport 360 and 480 mm Radiators

Introducing EK-Pro Line’s Latest: Multiport 360 and 480 mm Radiators

Introducing EK-Pro Line’s Latest: Multiport 360 and 480 mm Radiators

Introducing EK-Pro Line’s Latest: Multiport 360 and 480 mm Radiators

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Background Information


About EK: EKWB, or EK Water Blocks, is a Slovenian company specializing in liquid cooling solutions for computers. They are well-regarded for their high-quality water cooling components, including CPU and GPU water blocks, radiators, pumps, and tubing. EKWB is a trusted brand among PC enthusiasts and overclockers, offering efficient and customizable cooling solutions to help maintain optimal operating temperatures for high-performance computers.



Technology Explained


liquid cooling: Liquid cooling is a technology used to cool down computer components, such as processors, graphics cards, and other components that generate a lot of heat. It works by circulating a liquid coolant, such as water or a special coolant, through a series of pipes and radiators. The liquid absorbs the heat from the components and then dissipates it into the air. This technology is becoming increasingly popular in the computer industry due to its ability to provide more efficient cooling than traditional air cooling methods. Liquid cooling can also be used to overclock components, allowing them to run at higher speeds than their rated speeds. This technology is becoming increasingly popular in the gaming industry, as it allows gamers to get the most out of their hardware.



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