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EK-FC Terminal DUAL Serial 3-Slot - Acetal

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EK-FC-TERMINAL-DUAL-SER-3SLOT-AC-D

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EK-FC Terminal DUAL Serial 3-Slot is a high quality interconnection for connecting three (3) EK Full-Cover waterblocks of new upgraded FC design (example: FC Titan block) in a single, sturdy unit. Connecting multiple graphics cards and FC water blocks with awkward fittings and tubing is a thing of a past!

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EK-FC Terminal DUAL Serial 3-Slot is a high quality interconnection for connecting three (3) EK Full-Cover waterblocks of new upgraded FC design (example: FC Titan block) in a single, sturdy unit. Connecting multiple graphics cards and FC water blocks with awkward fittings and tubing is a thing of a past!

The Terminal is made of high quality POM Acetal. There is no need to purchase additional links since the EK-FC Terminal is mounted directly to the water block. Serial and parallel water flow is graphically explained in the installation manual.

For use with motherboards with PCIe x16 slots 60.9 mm (2.4") apart!

Please note:
- The FC Terminals are not compatible with original CSQ design full cover water blocks!

Included:

  • 1x EK-FC Terminal DUAL Serial 3-Slot
  • 2x Plug G/14 - Nickel plated
  • 1x mounting mechanism for connecting three EK-FC Terminals

Made in Slovenia - EU!

Additional Information

End of life No
Threads G1/4
Chip Manufacturer AMD Radeon, Nvidia GeForce


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  1. A Quick Look at Dual, Parallel, and Serial Loops A Quick Look at Dual, Parallel, and Serial Loops   A Quick Look at Dual, Parallel, and Serial Loops Most beginner watercoolers have questions regarding loop order, and quite a few people will respond with, “loop order doesn’t matter beyond having the pump below the reservoir.” Which is not wrong, but it really only tells half of the story.  If you’re an enthusiast you are probably interested in how watercooling performs in your system depending on the configuration you use.
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