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Enermax ELC-120 CPU Cooler Pictured

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  1. btarunr

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    Enermax showed off the ELC-120, one of its first closed-loop (self-contained) CPU liquid coolers. While the cooler looks very similar to several other products in its class, Enermax claims to have dropped in some innovations of its own, such as a unique copper micro-channel base, which improves heat dissipation to the coolant, a powerful ceramic bearing pump for higher coolant flow, and Enermax' very own 120 mm Twister Bearing fan, that's silent, and comes with a very long life. The ELC-120 supports all current CPU socket types, Intel LGA775-thru-LGA2011, and AMD AM2-thru-FM1.

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    It's the H50 with a pretty sticker...
     
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    Any word on price? Availability?
     
  4. trickson

    trickson OH, I have such a headache

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    Why is it these all look the same? I can't wait till AMD and Intel start making these for there CPU's as the standard for cooling. :rockout:
     
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    That has to say something about the design
     
  6. trickson

    trickson OH, I have such a headache

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    Well yeah why change it if it works. But why bother adding a new fan and sticker and calling it a new design? Just the same old tired stuff. Maybe they make a better pump well that is all well and good, But there is only so much you can do with the design just like with AIR cooling. It is all the same. Man they can save tons of cash just by re-branding the same old thing. Oh wait they are doing this. Or steeling the comps design and just putting your label on it.
     
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    so asetek cooling finds another victim whoops I mean customer :)
     

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