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EK 6-Way D-RGB Splitter and How to Use It

This might be pretty straightforward, but to avoid issues we’ve decided to make a little article to explain the EK 6-way D-RGB splitter and how it should be used. This splitter cable is to be used exclusively with D-RGB (addressable RGB) fans using 5V 3-pin connectors. These standardized connectors are used by all motherboard manufacturers thus EK has chosen to follow the standards with our D-RGB products, as well as splitter cables. 

This Is Why You Need Purpose-Made Coolants

In the water cooling world, there are two tides. One goes for pretty colored coolants, the other wants only cooling performance and doesn’t worry about looks. Some of the people in the other movement are promoting pure distilled water as the best choice for liquid cooling as it requires almost no maintenance. So today we’re gonna talk about all the coolants, and also explain why pure distilled water can be a bad idea.

Did You Know That EK Has a Clearance Category with Non-Stop Deals?

EK has been known in the past to do discount periods for major holidays and occasional clearance sales. That part will stay, but there is now a permanent category within the EK webshop that is filled with great deals you don’t want to miss. It has all the items EK produces – fittings, water blocks, adapters, backplates, monoblocks, radiators, fans and more!

Did you know that you can open your blocks without voiding warranty?

We’ve seen a lot of people say the warranty is void once the EK water blocks are opened. That is not true, at least not entirely. EK offers two warranties. One is a leak warranty – which guarantees the product was tested after assembly and does not leak. In case of defect and leakage, while the leak seal is intact, that is the block was not opened by the user, EK covers all damage to the liquid cooling equipment and any PC hardware ruined in the process.

Parallel vs Serial Loop – Why Choose One Over the Other?

In this article, we’ll look at two most ways you can configure your loop, or more accurately the GPU block. The most common and usually featured is a serial connection, which uses one inlet to the GPU block, and one outlet. The parallel connection utilizes all 4 ports on the GPU block, and in the rest of this blog you’ll find out how that works and what are benefits and drawbacks of both configurations.