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Shop the Loop - Two-Face

This double loop is an excellent solution if you want to upgrade your existing AIO-cooled PC or have an easy and manageable double loop right from the start. Or even if you want to lay the groundwork for upgrading to the whole custom loop later on. Whichever the case, this build is highly versatile and extremely powerful while providing a classy look.



AIO in the Loop

Let's start with the EK AIO. The version used is the Elite one that packs a nice trick up its sleeve. Alongside the extra three fans used on the GPU radiator, there is also one more candy in the package - an included EK-Hub that offers multi-connection with seven sets of addressable RGB LED headers and 4-pin PWM fan headers. All six fans with PWM and D-RGB cables are connected to the hub and then controlled from a single point. With the CPU suitably cooled, let's now focus on the custom GPU loop.

GPU Custom Loop

We started by carefully choosing the color finishes and decided to go with a blue and silver theme. The front space in the Evolv X case allows installation of the EK-Quantum Surface P360M, a high-performing radiator with black and silver details.

The EK-AIO Elite extra fans are being perfectly utilized in this build, while the pump combo unit is a Kinetic FLT 80 DDC, chosen due to its small size, and boy did it fit this case in a perfect way to fill the space equally. It is suspended from the top radiator/fan with the help of an EK-Loop Angled Bracket. Even though the silver DDC heatsink is not visible, it is there to help with the pump cooling for those long, uninterrupted late-night gaming sessions.

A small tip before we focus on the GPU - make sure to install the front radiator first

GPU Details

For the GPU, we went with the newest Quantum Vector² GPU block. Just make sure to pick the correct block for your GPU model using our compatibility tool.

To follow the silver/blue theme, we picked a GPU backplate with a silver finish. Again, make sure to match your GPU block if you are using a different GPU model than the one used in the example build. To not let the GPU sag, we improvised and made our own EK anti-sag tool with another set of EK-Loop Angled Brackets. As the front radiator has room to move up and down on the rails, the bracket was installed on the fan and positioned just at the right height.

Tubing and Fittings

The ZMT tubing with its black matt finish was the obvious option here, and it fits ever so nicely. With those beautiful bends and careful tube routing, it looks like it is made of hard tubes, which would not be possible without all the adapters and extenders.

From the GPU side, we have a double 90°rotary on one port and a single 90°rotary adapter on the other. The connection to the FLT combo is made with a 14mm extender and 90°rotary adapter to get it just in line where it is supposed to be. If you’re using a narrower GPU block, just eliminate the 14mm extender, and you’re good to go. On top of the FLT for the fill port, a micro rotary 90° was used to help with the fill-up so the tubing could be attached and filled up easily.

Another micro rotary 90° was needed to go from FLT to the radiator port. On the radiator side, we combined several fittings as we also made a drain port there. So, we started with a 7mm extender and then added M-M 14mm rotary extender in order to have a place to put a three-way splitter. One of the splitter’s ways goes directly to FLT, while on the other free port, we put a 90° rotary adapter and the Drain Valve.

For the other radiator port, a 14mm extender and a 90°rotary adapter are enough to go to the GPU.

And now for the fittings that we need to connect that ZMT tubing. A combination of colors that was chosen is Satin Titanium STC fittings, blue compression rings, and black color rings. That amazing combo was selected to tie everything together so you can show off your build the right way. All about the details.

Clean D-RGB Aesthetics

The combination of D-RGB lightning, the EK-Loop D-RGB LED Magnetic Kit, and the EK-CryoFuel Solid Azure Blue coolant adds the last layer of aesthetics to complete this breathtaking build. Now, it is up to you to make the most of it. And show it off! No excuses with this most versatile combo ever.


Hardware used in this example build:

  • PC Case: Phantex Enthoo Evolv X
  • Motherboard: AsRock x570 Taichi
  • Graphics Card: Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 Ti (Gaming X Trio)
  • RAM: G.Skill TridentZ
  • Processor: AMD Ryzen 7 5950X

PLEASE NOTE:

  • Check your GPU for a compatible block.
  • The EK badge on the CPU block can be rotated if heated with a hairdryer and carefully lifted.
  • 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 to your motherboard model.
  • Do not use chemicals or alcohol on Acrylic/Plexi surfaces.
  • Do not use acidic preparations or chemicals to clean your loop.
  • Contact our Customer Support if you have any questions.
  • Due to the small reservoir, filling up will take longer, so make sure to properly air out the loop and fill the reservoir as much as possible.

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


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