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EK Launches Their New Scalar² Terminals For EK-Quantum Vector² Water Blocks

EKWB is introducing a new portfolio of Quantum Line terminals from the Scalar² family, this is the second wave of new products to join this series. The brand-new terminals are made for Vector² water blocks and Vector² ABP sets, introducing new GPU routing options and allowing for an even easier and more satisfying loop-building experience. 

EK-Quantum Scalar² SFF Terminal – Acetal

This is a specialized Scalar² terminal for the premium-grade EK-Quantum Vector² GPU water blocks. It was designed and engineered to benefit SFF builders as it is 14mm thinner compared to the water block’s stock terminal, bringing a plethora of new connectivity options to the table. For example, it can come in handy when the GPU is too wide to close the case panel due to the size of the stock terminal. 

The six G1/4” ports allow for numerous options when routing to and from the GPU. Two ports are located on the section that goes over the water block itself, which is especially useful for “sandwich” layouts commonly found in SFF cases. There are two new ports located on either side of the terminal, going alongside the GPU’s length and enabling the tubing to run parallel to the GPU itself. The top also has two ports, which is standard for the stock ones as well but does allow extra options, which is always a plus in space-constrained mini-ITX cases. This terminal is CNC-machined out of durable black POM acetal.

EK-Quantum Scalar² DirectLink Side Port Terminal – Acetal

This is a specialized Scalar² terminal for EK-Quantum Vector² GPU ABP sets from EK’s premium Quantum Line of water blocks. Its primary use is for vertical mounting of a GPU that is sandwiched within the EK-Quantum Vector² ABP set. It features two ports on the section that shows off the GPU brand on stock terminals, so when the GPU is mounted vertically, these ports enable a very convenient connection to the CPU water block. In the typical horizontal layout, the ports face the side case panel. This terminal is CNC-machined out of durable black POM acetal and is compatible only with EK-Quantum Vector² ABP sets.

EK-Quantum Scalar² Side Port Terminal – Acetal

This is a specialized Scalar² terminal for EK-Quantum Vector² GPU water blocks that belong to the premium-grade Quantum Line of products. Its primary use is for the vertical mounting of a GPU cooled by an EK-Quantum Vector² GPU water block. It features two ports on the section that shows off the GPU brand on stock terminals, allowing a very user-friendly connection to the CPU water block when the GPU is mounted vertically.

Identical in purpose to the DirectLink Side Port Terminal, this terminal is exclusively used on the GPU water blocks without an active backplate. It is CNC-machined out of durable black POM acetal.

Where Can I Learn More?

EK-Quantum Scalar² GPU terminals are available for purchase now to be shipped from the 13th of March at the EK-Webshop for the following prices:

EK-Quantum Scalar² DirectLink Side Port Terminal – Acetal – €50.90

EK-Quantum Scalar² SFF Terminal – Acetal – €59.90

EK-Quantum Scalar² Side Port Terminal – Acetal – €32.90

Jakob Aylesbury

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