EK submitted a water unit with a Peltier element for Intel Alder Lake processors

EK submitted a water unit with a Peltier element for Intel Alder Lake processors

The Slovenian company EK Water Blocks announced a thermoelectric.

The solution is based on the Peltier element, which contacts its cold side with the processor lid, so that the surface adjacent to the processor can reach much lower temperatures than the ambient temperature, thus increasing cooling efficiency and increasing the boost capacity.

The water unit contains four TEN-plastics made of aluminium nitrate. The controller is designed as a separate unit which is mounted on a 120 mm fan landing site adjacent to the processor.

Improvements have affected the isolation that prevents condensation. Additional temperature sensors allow for more accurate control of the state of the TEN plastic. The device uses Intel Cryo Cooling technology, a unique combination of hardware and software components, including software applications.

The EK-Quantum Delta2 TEC supplies will start in mid-month. The estimated price of the new one is 530 euros.