EK-Quantum Velocity WS RGB – Narrow ILM



This cooling solution is built with absolutely no compromises for maximum performance, reliability, and rigidity. EK-Quantum Velocity WS – Narrow ILM is a premium, full-metal dedicated server grade water block which was specifically developed for LGA 3647 (Socket P) Intel® processors. The cooling core of the new CPU water block was refined to manage the heat dissipation of the latest lineup of Xeon® desktop and server processors.


EK-Quantum Velocity WS – Narrow ILM premium water block features two G1/4″ threaded ports, in standard industry size, compatible with all mainstream liquid cooling equipment. This CPU water block is equipped with Narrow ILM mounting hold down.

The EK-Quantum Velocity WS – Narrow ILM water block’s precisely machined copper base (‘cold plate’) is made from purest copper available on the market and is treated with nickel electroplating. The top is full metal, made from quality nickel plated brass. This means the block is incredibly sturdy and will last as long as you’re using the platform.

The EK badge is RGB LED illuminated, and compatible with all popular RGB sync technologies from all major motherboard manufacturers. The arrow marking on the 4-pin LED connector is to be aligned with the +12V marking on the RGB header.

Velocity RGB Compatibility


Intel® CPU socket compatibility:

– LGA 3647 (Socket P) Narrow ILM


– EK-Quantum Velocity WS – Narrow ILM CPU Water Block
– Necessary mounting screws, nuts, and washers
– Thermal grease (1g)

Sold By: OG10KTech
SKU: 3831109814550 Category:
Additional information

Additional information

Weight 3 lbs
Dimensions 5 × 5 × 5 in
Estimated delivery times...
Due to market conditions, we cannot make any kind of estimates on delivery times. We offer a general Queue system that shows your approximate place in line, this is not a guarantee of any future delivery time. We do hold a small percentage of all products for our build and mining clients (less than 15%), we hold prices based on your order date and with rare execptions never move a order infront of any other order. We cannot answer questions regarding Q placement due to current volumne levels.