EK turns nickel to gold with EK-AIO Elite Aurum watercooling

Posted on Tuesday, Jan 19 2021 @ 11:11 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
EK has two new watercooling products; the EK-AIO Basic and EK-AIO Elite Aurum 360 D-RGB. As the name suggests, the latter is a gold variant of the EK-AIO Elite. No real gold is being used though, EK says the product features a gold-like nickel finish. The EK-AIO Basic is available via the EK webshop in 240mm and 360mm editions for 89.90EUR and 119.90EUR, respectively. The more advanced EK-AIO Elite Aurum 360 D-RGB on the other hand will set you back 229.90EUR.
EK®, the leading computer cooling solutions provider, is expanding its All-In-One product line with two new products: EK-AIO Basic and EK-AIO Elite Aurum 360 D-RGB.

Following the success of EK-AIO D-RGB that comes in three different sizes and EK-AIO Elite with the push-pull configuration, the new EK-AIO Basic now creates a balance in the EK’s AIO portfolio by offering a price-competitive, all-black, non-RGB option. The second EK-AIO product making its debut is the Special Edition EK-AIO Elite Aurum – a golden variant of the popular EK-AIO Elite. It boasts a glossy, gold-like nickel finish on the pump cover and fittings for those who want their PCs to sparkle.

The EK-AIO Basic is available in 240 and 360mm radiator models. These are all-black all-in-one liquid cooling solutions for modern AMD® and Intel® CPUs. Visually, EK-AIO Basic is minimalistic with a black brushed aluminum-like pump cover and black fans. These performance-focused AIOs offer all the benefits of a water-cooling solution in a compact, easy to install, and maintenance-free design. They are simple, efficient, and come without any RGB lighting. By keeping the aesthetics minimal, EK-AIO Basic can be more competitive price-wise than the pioneering trio with D-RGB implementation.

As the name suggests, this AIO version takes us back to the basics but doesn’t lack in performance. The EK-AIO Basic is here to take the initiative among EK’s mainstream liquid cooling solutions, spearheaded by already-successful, chart-topping, EK-AIO D-RGB models.

To top everything off, EK is also introducing the unapologetic, attention-seeking EK-AIO Elite Aurum 360 D-RGB. The colossal six-fan setup is not only chunky in size and consequently in performance but also stands out with the limited edition, glossy, golden pump cover with a D-RGB lit EK badge and diamond-cut rotary fittings.

The Elite Aurum is here and ready to provide ample cooling power even for the toughest processors on the market. Whether you are into heavy overclocking or wish to have a silent PC, the 360mm radiator combined with six Vardar fans can provide both simultaneously. The EK-Hub was added to help with the cable management, offering multi-connection with up to seven sets of addressable RGB and PWM headers.
EK-AIO Elite Aurum


About the Author

Thomas De Maesschalck

Thomas has been messing with computer since early childhood and firmly believes the Internet is the best thing since sliced bread. Enjoys playing with new tech, is fascinated by science, and passionate about financial markets. When not behind a computer, he can be found with running shoes on or lifting heavy weights in the weight room.



Loading Comments