AMD is heating things up their new Zen microarchitecture and we came prepared to the party! With the release of the new Ryzen™ CPUs and A-series APUs codenamed Bristol Ridge, the AMD water cooling community will bloom again and that is why we prepared a short tutorial.
Tips and tricks about different PWM cables and how to use them in the liquid cooling loop to gain more silence and better performance control.
Our support is usually bombarded with questions about the differences between D5 and DDC. In this article, we take a closer look at D5 and DDC pumps.
Probably one of the most quoted pieces of advice on building a liquid cooling loop is “don’t use many angled adapters, they reduce your flow rates”. So, is it true?
There is a TON of cases on the market! Dozens of brands with high-end and low-end models of cases are available. It’s hard to pick the right case if you are a demanding user, but especially if you are looking for a case that can fully support liquid cooling.
Kit offering on the market is very diverse and sometimes it’s hard to determine which kit is really the best option to start with. This article will guide you through the EK kits and help you make a better decision when you decide to take the next step towards building your dream PC.
The annual gaming event in Germany has ended a few days ago and with all the barrage of information, news, and releases we thought we’d make a recap from the hardware point of view.
Many years after the introduction of PWM in 2003, there are users that are still not familiar with its advantages. In this article, we explain what is PWM and how to use it properly to get the best performance out of your fans and pumps!
What to look for when deciding for the right liquid cooling fans? There are many features, labels and different characteristics and you can easily get confused. We show you what is important and what you have to know when buying a liquid cooling fan.
Today we are featuring an amazing build inspired by NASA’s X-ray observatory. Chandra has been NASA’s flagship mission for X-ray astronomy since 1999 – at the same time Edvard K. bought his first computer, and the vision behind EK started.