Term of warranty
Bitspower Mono Block for ROG Maximus XI Gene
The most important components of your motherboards deserve to receive the best heat management possible, which is why Bitspower expertly designed the Intel Z390 series mono block to simultaneously cool the CPU and VRMs. Featuring a direct water injection design, the CPU is firstly chilled with the coldest water, then the liquid is redirected over the VRMs, keeping everything at a low temperature for maximum performance.
Made of clear acrylic, the top layer of the mono block offers not only an efficient water channel design, but also a unique look to complement your PC style, while the base layer is made of high quality copper and molded to tightly fit over the CPU and VRMs, offering the best heat transfer possible. Additionally, the Bitspower Intel Z390 series mono block is equipped with Bitspower Digital RGB LEDs, the Z390 series mono block is sure to become the center piece of your rig with its easy to control light effects.
1. Block TOP Cover Made of Hi-Quality Acrylic.
2. Block Base Made of Hi-Quality C1100 Copper.
3. Block Base with High Durability Nickel Finished in Silver.
4. RoHS Compliant.
Thread : G1/4" x 2
Dimension ( LxWxH ) : 115 x118 x27.6 mm
LED Color : Digital RGB
LED Strip Management By Bitspower Digital RGB And Certified By ASUS AURA Sync, GIGABYTE RGB Fusion, MSI Mystic Light Sync, ASRock Polychrome and Razer Chroma
1 set of BP-MBASMXIG
1 set of Thermal PAD
1 set of Mounting Screws/Accessories.
ROG Maximus XI Gene
If there aren’t enough DRGB headers on the motherboard, you can use the "Bitspower Digital RGB Multi Function Controller", which is available for purchase via the link below:
I wanna show off, but what's the support I'd need?
The end of Power supply is 4PIN.The sequence is +/G/R/B (some motherboards are shown +12V/G/R/B). Please plug in the corresponding direction of motherboard, controller or the wire integrator for one to many. If choosing the motherboard as the power supply, the light effect can be synchronize with MB.
The end of power supply is 3PIN. The sequence is +/D/↓ (some motherboards are shown +5V/D/↓, and the plug is like 4PIN but the 3rd PIN is empty). Please plug in the corresponding direction of motherboard, controller or the wire integrator for one to many. If choosing the motherboard as the power supply, the light effect can be synchronize with MB.