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Enermax Introduces ETD-T60 Series Bottom-Flow CPU Coolers

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  1. btarunr

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    ENERMAX introduces a new down flow CPU cooler, the ETD-T60 series. ENERMAX thermal team presents the new CPU cooler, ETD-T60, with down flow solutions and thermal resistance down to 0.12°C/W; a breakthrough for down flow CPU coolers. ETD-T60 combines six Ø6mm heat pipes that cross from two sides of the heat sink with enhanced soldering technology to ensure flawless thermal conduction from CPU to heat sink. The fins of ETD-T60 series are added with ENERMAX’s unique VGF, VEF technology and Twister-bearing fan.

    Furthermore, the ETD-T60 is attached with ENERMAX’s new patented AAP (Auto-Adjustable-Pressure) universal brackets. The AAP brackets support various CPU sockets and gives perfect contact force (18~28kgw) in between CPU and cooler. Thanks to AAP, the insufficient thermal conduction due to under-pressure or damage to CPU from over-pressure will no longer be an issue for users.

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    Ingenious design for best cooling performance
    • VGF (Vortex Generator Flow, patented): Small Vortex Generators applied around the heat pipes that makes air go through the windless area behind the heat pipes of 55 fins to maximize air convection and remove heat that conventional designs cannot reach
    • VEF (Vacuum Effect Flow): The unique design on the heat sink creates an air channel with the fin flaps. That makes more cool air sucked in by utilizing the differential pressure in between the heat sink’s internal and external air temperature.
    • AAP (Auto-Adjustable-Pressure, patented): Inside the bracket’s pillars, ENERMAX integrates Auto-Adjustable-Pressure mechanism giving perfect contact force between CPU and cooler. It reduces the risk of insufficient cooling performance caused by improper installation.

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    ENERMAX’s ETD-T60 CPU Cooler series includes two models with different fan designs.

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    nice
    maybe need more heat pipes and it looks would cover the ram position
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    Any idea how good it is compared to similar Thermalright AXP-140 ?
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    How do you get your big man hands under it to fit it?
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    What a horrible press release! What sockets does it support? What are the dimensions? How much does it cost?
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    :laugh::roll::laugh: i agree

    i also am thinking this, although it does say it's got a 12cm fan on it, so it'll be a huge beast :twitch:

    :ohwell:
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    I would assume it is going to have mounting like CM put out with the nuts behind the motherboard.

    Sockets, likely all.
    It has a 120mm fan so I assume its close to 125mm X 140mm X 110-120mm(H)
    Price is in the last image, at least the MSRP for both coolers is there;)
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    Prices look good
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    Assume and likely are two words that don't mix with press release.
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    Wonder what pricing will be, I am in the market for a new HSF.
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    sneekypeet Unpaid Babysitter Staff Member

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    agreed, but again, usually if the manufacturer made it for a specific use it is mentioned, otherwise I would assume them to cover all the basics and have mounting for current gen stuff.

    It's likely I am completely wrong, but I am just making guesses based off what I have seen;):p

    sorry had to do it:D Just trying to help with answering some questions, with no insider knowledge, I can only make assumptions and likely's:roll:

    @ hardstuff....
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