EKWB Launches New High Performance LN2 GPU Unit: EK-SF3D Critical Point

EK Water Blocks, Ljubljana based premium water cooling gear manufacturer, is proud to introduce EK-SF3D Critical Point - company's first universal graphics card (GPU) liquid nitrogen evaporative cooling solution for competitive overclockers. Used with liquid nitrogen or dry ice coolant this unit allows extreme overclocking of virtually any modern graphics card core.

EK-SF3D Critical Point is a product of joint venture between Petri 'SF3D' Korhonen, legendary overclocker and extreme evaporation cooler designer from Finland, and EK design & engineering team. The product is made of electrolytic grade nickel plated copper in order to provide the necessary mass to even out the temperature fluctuation. Top extension is made from high quality black anodized aluminum alloy. Excellent weight to surface area ratio ensures confident control over temperatures. Precise and rapid response at any working temperature is what this product is all about - even when cooling the hottest CPUs on the market. Top extension is made from black anodized high quality aluminum alloy.

The product is shipped with multitude of additional mounting plates with integrated metal standoffs as well as universal back plate. This allows for easy and trouble-free installation on virtually any modern graphics card on the market. Additionally, EK supplies Gelid GC-Extreme premium thermal grease for best results.

Belgium Massman says:

Looking good!

United States Mikecdm says:

I'm so used to the mounting screws being attached to the pot, wondering how this works or if they're attached to the universal back plate.

Slovenia tiborrr says:

It's like installing the EK-FC water block if you're not using the backplate. Four M3x4 screws (and washers to protect PCB) and you're good to go. In case you're using backplate you use the thumb screws (which are tapped) to secure the pot to the card. After the pot is secured one can install the backplate like shown on the photo below. There's no fear of overtightening and the whole contraption is held securely even if the backplate is removed.

Greece FireKillerGR says:

Looks great, really interested to see what it can do against other well-known gpu pots :) Anyway, congrats EK and Petri :D

Belgium leeghoofd says:

Pure hardware pron :)

Slovenia tiborrr says:

thanks leegd! Manual for easier understanding how this contraption works: http://www.ekwb.com/shop/EK-IM/EK-IM-3831109857359.pdf

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