Today EKWB finally expanded its Quantum Momentum VRM bridge to AMD-driven ASUS Crosshair Formula VIII motherboard. The EKWB VRM bridge was previously only available for Intel systems built around the ROG Maximus XII formula, and is essentially used as a distribution board to connect your EK-Quantum Velocity CPU water block to the built-in CrossChill EK III VRM cooler of ASUS Crosshair Formula VIII.
The top cover is made of a 2 mm thick stainless steel base plate, and the top cover is CNC milled from a single piece of high-grade cast acrylic-which means there are no joints or particularly sensitive stress points, ensuring performance and safety. The patent-pending mounting system requires the user to align four push-in barb fittings, making it easy to convert the CPU + VRM cooling into various monomers. There is a screw to fix the acrylic top cover to the bottom plate. According to EKWB, installation only takes a few minutes.
The Quantum Momentum VRM bridge connection simplifies the water cooling setting and no longer requires a dedicated hose for the VRM part. If you do not currently use a water cooling solution on the system’s VRM, EK promises that compared with traditional passive air cooling, adding a bridge can reduce the operating temperature by “up to” 29.3C, thereby extending its service life and overall case temperature. RGB function is also provided, which can be configured through Asus’ own AuraSync.
EK-Quantum Momentum VRM Bridge is now open for pre-order Directly from EK The price is 92.93 euros (110.30 US dollars after conversion), and delivery is expected around mid-July.