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Bitspower Launches Monoblock for ROG Maximus XI APEX, Best for ASUS AURA Sync

ROG Maximus XI Apex Monoblock is the latest addition to Bitspower lineup of water blocks. This monoblock is engineered for the Z390 platform; the unit contains a stroked aluminum finish including RGB lights.

The OLED display utilizes a single wire to power the screen and the RGB lights. It utilizes a 5V supply and may use up to .07 watts. The block is manufactured from clear CNC machined acrylic which enables the LEDs to shine through the block. The cold plate is constructed from high-quality copper (C1100). Bitspower is known for launching high-quality products, so one must not doubt the standard of this monoblock.

The built-in RGB LEDs could be managed by the motherboard through 3-pin or 4-pin RGB tops and helps the keyboard makers, like Asus Aura Sync, Gigabyte RGB Fusion, MSI Mystic Mild Sync, and ASRock Polychrome, including Razer’s RGB LED management software, Chroma. One need to plug it into their top and synchronize it to the remaining RGB in their PC. It was mainly for ROG Maximus XI Apex which implies it is best to use Asus Aura Sync.

Specialties:

  1. Block prime cowl made by high-quality acrylic.
  2. Fantasy light is adjustable.
  3. A single wire runs supply to each the DRGB lighting and the illuminated temperature barometer.
  4. Block base made by high-quality copper C1100.
  5. RoHS compliant.

Brackets Color: Silver

Thread: G1/4″ x 2

Dimension ( LxWxH ): 120 x119 x27.6 mm

Compatibility: Asus ROG Z390 Maximus XI Apex

The block is suitable with Intel’s Z390 board from Asus which is the Asus ROG Maximus XI Apex. This will likely work with different high-end Z390 boards.

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