Raijintek Introduces New Forkis DDC Ultra CPU Block.

Raijintek today has introduced their new Forkis DDC Ultra High-Performance Water Block for custom liquid cooling loops. Manufactured from the highest quality POM material to provide a steady, silent, high-performing and durable solution for PC enthusiasts to construct a superior liquid cooling system.

Featuring a full nickel-plated copper water block with a 3d micro-structure flow tunnel providing more surface area for strong heat transfer. The DDC Ultra pump with a ceramic bearing which is rated for 50000 hours delivers outstanding performance and silent operation rated with a maximum pressure of 150 kPa (21.7 PSI) and a head lift of 3.8 meters. The Forkis DDC Ultra is easy to install featuring a sturdy support bracket compatible with a range of sockets including AM4, AM5, LGA1200 and LGA1700 and containing threads for standard G 1/4″ fittings.

The block comes in with a height of 45mm a depth of 84mm and a width of 80mm leaving plenty of room for building in smaller cases.

Currently, Raijintek hasn’t revealed any pricing but If you are interested in learning more you can visit the Forkis DDC Ultra product page here!

Jakob Aylesbury

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