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Bykski temperature monitoring fittings look amazing — keep tabs on the temperature of the liquid in your watercooling loop!
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Bykski temperature monitoring fittings look amazing — keep tabs on the temperature of the liquid in your watercooling loop!

by Vyncent ChanApril 28, 2018
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Bykski has announced their latest B-TME-SE-AL and B-VGA-SC-AL temperature monitoring fittings. They look great, and allow you to monitor the temperature of the liquid in your watercooling setup. Both the B-TME-SE-AL and B-VGA-SC-AL are machined from aviation-grade aluminium for excellent quality and a stylish appearance.

The difference between the B-TME-SE-AL and B-VGA-SC-AL is the location in the loop that you are supposed to fit them to. The B-TME-SE-AL temperature monitoring fitting is designed to be added to your main loop tubing to monitor the temperature of the liquid passing through. The B-TME-SE-AL comes in black and grey.

Meanwhile, the B-VGA-SC-AL temperature monitoring fitting is designed to be added to VGA blocks. They can be mounted onto Bykski’s line of VGA blocks, and they will blend right in with the combination of aluminium and acrylic. The B-VGA-SC-AL is available in black and grey to suit your build.

Both feature a thermistor in the inlet screw to read the temperature. The data is then displayed on the OLED display. Users can choose between a graph or a bar to monitor the liquid temperature. The B-TME-SE-AL and B-VGA-SC-AL are covered by 3-year warranties.

Pokdepinion: I am not really sure if I am interested in monitoring the temperature of the liquid in my loop… As long as my hardware runs cool, I am happy. But for those who are very particular about every Celcius, this is for you.

About The Author
Vyncent Chan
Technology enthusiast, casual gamer, pharmacy graduate. Strongly opposes proprietary standards and always on the look out for incredible bang-for-buck.

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