Plexi Version of EKWB XRES Revo D5 Combo Unit Released

Slovenian cooling manufacturer EK Water Blocks is announcing the release of a new D5 pump reservoir combo unit. After much success, the EK-XRES Revo D5 is getting a Plexi version. The new Plexi version allows for a see-through volute unlike the original. This is the reservoir bottom, CNC machined to exact specifications. It even comes with a matching see-through plexiglass end-cap as well. The new clear look makes the build look even better than before. Especially with additional LED units in place which shine through.

EKWB Revo D5 Features

The EK-XRES 140 Revo D5 PWM Plexi comes with a 140mm tall reservoir. It even has sleeving on all of its pump cables. The top has a high-performance aftermarket pump (volute) on the reservoir for Xylem D5 series water pumps. This top offers up to 15% increase in hydraulic performance over the stock solutions.

Several upgrade options are also available for this unit, including:


Pricing and Availability

The EK-XRES Revo D5 is available directly from the EK Webshop as usual, or their partner reseller networks. It has a retail price of 153.95€ with VAT.

Ron Perillo

Disqus Comments Loading...

Recent Posts

Arctic Launches its P14 RGB & P14 A-RGB Fans

ARCTIC has announced the expansion of its RGB fan portfolio with the launch of new…

5 hours ago

Biostar Registers Intel Raptor Lake-S Z790 & B760 Motherboards With EEC

With the release of Intel's 13th-gen Raptor Lake-S processors expected to be made later this…

5 hours ago

AMD Radeon RX 6500 XT Retail Prices Revealed (It’s Not Good News)

Following the announcement of the AMD Radeon RX 6500 XT GPU earlier this month, while…

5 hours ago

EKWB Launch its EK-Quantum Torque Micro Rotary 90° Fittings for SFF Builds

EK Water Blocks (EKWB) is expanding the Quantum Torque fittings line with Micro Rotary adapter…

5 hours ago

God Of War PC Devs Offer Workaround For “Out of Memory” Error

Despite the fact that it's only January, God of War is already looking to potentially…

5 hours ago

AMD Plans Radeon 6000 Desktop Revisions with Faster Memory?

When it comes to graphic card revisions, I think it would be fair to say…

5 hours ago