The EK™ series from EKWB® has the products for building a desktop computer from scratch, particularly cooling components. An EKWB liquid cooling kit is an efficient and powerful way to keep the temperatures of your motherboard and components down. In addition, the company also manufactures traditional accessories to prevent overheating, such as fans and heatsinks, so that you can complete your dream system.
A liquid cooling system is an ideal way for desktop users to prevent overheating, especially for a system used for hard-core gaming or graphics editing. A water/liquid cooling system is efficient because water has a high thermal conductivity, allowing it to diffuse heat. An EKWB water cooling kit is quiet, and it works continuously to keep temperatures down, as opposed to being activated only when temperatures rise above a certain threshold. It takes up minimal space, yet delivers cooling evenly to all components. An EKWB liquid cooling kit even works with colored coolant to make your computer look flashier.
There are ready-made EKWB water cooling kits like the EK-KIT RGB 240 available to help save you time. They include tubing, fittings and blocks for your CPU and graphics card so that you can easily put it together. If you are interested in DIY cooling, you can choose your own individual components, such as an EKWB backplate for your graphics card. Look for an RGB cooling system or individual components if you want your desktop to light up in bright colors. An RGB convertor will sync up each lightable component for more coordinated illumination. Combine an RGB cooling system with an open air computer case for easy visibility. Make sure you choose the right type of coolant so that your cooling system functions well. The coolant can also illuminate the system in bright colors while preventing corrosion, scaling and biological growth.
For a more conventional method of cooling, look for an EKWB heatsink. It works by dissipating heat by drawing it away from your computer. There are varieties for use with different components to keep them at the right temperature. There are also EKWB heatsinks for use with your CPU and graphics card, as well as for hard drive cooling, as hard drives generate lots of heat. Optimally, your system should be kept at a temperature between 90 and 110°F. The more powerful your CPU or graphics card, the more powerful your cooling system should be. Higher-end graphics cards, CPUs and motherboards should have strong fans if you do not use a liquid cooling system.
Opt for a ready-made EKWB desktop system like the EK Fluid Gaming Conquest if you do not want to build one yourself. It has EKWB's cooling components for the onboard AMD® Ryzen™ 9 processor, an AMD Radeon™ RX 5700 XT graphics card and 32GB of RAM to power your favorite gaming titles.