In case you have never heard of ZADAK, it is a high-end custom water-cooled PC brand founded by a group of designers, modders, and engineers in 2015. The company is known for releasing 32 GB dual-rank RAM modules for ASUS Z390 desktops last year. Now, at Computex 2019, the company showcased the project it is currently working on, a new PC they’re calling MOAB, which is being dubbed by ZADAK as the “world’s first portable water-cooled PC”.
The MOAB and MOAB II have a partially adaptable design, with the movable CPU water blocks allowing support for most CPUs. It can be fitted with almost any Mini-ITX motherboard. However, for the graphics section, the MOAB and MOAB II are compatible with only the NVIDIA’s reference design GPUs.
The PC features complete RGB lighting on the CPU water block, RAM modules, front panel, chipset, etc. Another interesting thing about the MOAB is its open design which makes the hardware easily accessible and makes the cooling system much simpler. It also features an LED screen on the front showing the water temperature of the cooling system.
As for the availability, MOAB is currently an Asia exclusive, but we can expect ZADAK to expand to other regions too in the near future. The prices of MOAB aren’t fixed and can variate quite a bit, mainly because of its flexible design and configurations.
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