Visually the EK-AIO range is equipped with addressable RGB lighting in both the CPU cooler and the fans that is compatible with the lighting controllers of most motherboard brands. By contrast to some of the wild visual designs you can get using EKWBs more full-on water cooling setups an A-RGB cooler and fan line-up is perhaps less exciting, but it’s no slouch in its class.
The radiator fans used across the range are 120mm EK-Varders with PWM control for noise reduction. At maximum speed of 2200 RPM they output around 36 dBa.
The EK-AIO range is available to pre-order now with a release date of the 28th of February. The EK-AIO 120 retails for €67.98, the EK-AIO 240 for €113.35 and the EK-AIO 360 for €136.04.