While EKWB's main focus remains on water blocks, that doesn't mean that the company isn't giving any attention to its other water cooling parts. The latest new product is the EK-DBay Spin Reservoir -- more specifically, the third revision of that product.
The EK-DBay Spin Reservoir fits in two of the 5.25" drive bays of your case, and unlike some other bay-mounted reservoirs, this one does not contain a pump.
It features an Acetal casing, with threading for four G1/4" fittings at the rear. One is the inlet, whereas the other three are outlets. The front of the reservoir is made of an acrylic plate, which is covered by another black anodized and brushed aluminum bezel. The top of the reservoir has a G 3/8" plug, which should be removed only when filling the loop.
Being a Spin reservoir, the fluid flows through a small impeller, which you can see spinning from the front of the case when the liquid is moving. It isn't meant for you to measure how much fluid is flowing – it's just there for looks, and to make you panic when you don't see it moving but your system is switched on.
That's all there is to this product. It is available immediately from EKWB's webshop for $81.99, and it will probably be making its way to U.S. distributors soon. If you want to change the impeller color, you'll be able to do so by buying this kit for $6.99.
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