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A stealth build made for strong superheroes who demand matching power from their machine. Carefully chosen components and some serious cooling solutions ensure that this build can handle it all while still looking sleek. An easy build for an easy win!


Understand the build

Meshify S2 case from Fractal Design houses two massive EK-CoolStream PE 360 radiators coupled with all-black EK-Vardar X3M 120ER fans to provide massive cooling capacity. Vital if you want your system to run smoothly and quietly. Having the right blocks for the job is equally important. Two water blocks encase the GPU from both the front and back, while the GPU chosen for this particular build also features VRAMs at the back of the PCB. An active backplate is a must here, especially if you want to unleash peak GPU performance.

CPU Cooling

The all-new EK-Quantum Velocity² block is responsible for cooling the CPU. The block is specially designed to match a specific socket. This Intel platform has a square socket mounting enabling a 90° rotation of the CPU block. This setup allows the ports to match vertically and horizontally in a perfect manner while the tubing is still kept simple. For the stealthy look, all the chosen blocks are in the Acetal version with just a hint of D-RGB to spice things up.

The EK-Quantum Torque STC fittings and green EK-Quantum Torque Compression Rings hold the black-matt-finish ZMT soft tubing in place. Acid green EK-CryoFuel running through the loop comes to life in the EK-Quantum Kinetic FLT 360 D5. It cannot be missed even with all the D-RGB turned off. The D5 pump on the FLT is covered with a black EK-Quantum Convection D5 premium aesthetic cover to keep the look clean and the D5 pump cool.

We carefully chose the FLT position to match the tubing route from the GPU and the front radiator port. It is held in place with clever use of two EK-Loop Angled Bracket sets to form an all-new height and angle-adjustable bracket.

Finishing Touches

The PSU cover hides the EK-Quantum Torque Drain Valve that is located at the very bottom and is attached to the front radiator port. The attachment job is handled using EK-Quantum Torque Splitter 3F T and the EK-Quantum Torque Extender Rotary MM 14 + EK-Quantum Torque Extender Static MF 7.


Hardware used in this example build:

  • PC Case: Meshify S2 by Fractal Design
  • Motherboard: ASUS ROG STRIX Z690-F GAMING WIFI
  • Graphics Card: Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090 (Reference design)
  • RAM: G.Skill Trident Z5
  • Processor: Intel® Core™ i9-12900K
  • Cables: CableMod Black/Green

PLEASE NOTE:

  • Be sure to check your GPU for a compatible block.
  • Choose the right CPU block for your platform.
  • Depending on the motherboard used, the CPU socket might not be in the same horizontal position. Offset fittings are needed to help you align the tubing horizontally.
  • The CPU Velocity² block needs to be rotated 90° to match the port position. An AMD Velocity² block cannot be rotated 90°.
  • Check your motherboard for available D-RGB and PWM headers. Choose the proper cable accessories for the D-RGB and PWM connection of the EK-Loop products accordingly.
  • Do not use chemicals or alcohol on Acrylic/Plexi surfaces.
  • Do not use acidic preparations or chemicals to clean your loop.
  • Should you have any questions, please contact our Customer Support.
  • The FLT D5 pump-reservoir unit is mounted to the case using four base metal pieces from two sets of EK-Loop Angled Brackets. One screw hole is already available in the case, and the other was made using a drill.
  • To use the FLT D5 pump-reservoir unit in a horizontal position, the whole reservoir needs to be filled so the pump does not pull the air into the loop.

Content of this bundle is only for EK products listed, and not for the PC or its hardware components.


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Full Price
$1,561.48


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