We've seen it all - there are now SSD water blocks

EK Water Blocks announces a full-cover PCIe SSD water block designed with Intel, now we've seen it all.

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Published Tue, Oct 13 2015 5:17 PM CDT   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 12:03 PM CST

With the rebirth of custom liquid cooling taking the PC DIY world by storm, we've seen companies such as Bitspower and EK Water Blocks lead the charge by releasing quality components time and time again for the latest motherboards, video cards and processors alike. But what about a water cooling solution for the modder who has it all?

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In a recent press release, EK Water Blocks announced the release of its Intel 750 series PCIe SSD water block. Listed as full coverage, this block covers the entire PCB and has been "designed in cooperation with Intel".

Currently available for purchase, the EK-FC I750 has been quoted as the "first solid-state drive water block" and it's quite possibly not the last. Useful or not, that's up to you - but we're sure that it will make some kick-ass looking systems.

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