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Enermax to Showcase New Cooler, Fans at CeBIT

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  1. btarunr

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    PC cooling, power, casing and accessories company Enermax is set to unveil a new cooler and fans among other things at the upcoming CeBIT event. The company is preparing a high-performance, tower-type, dual-fan CPU cooler. The unnamed cooler uses a "Vortex Generator Flow", design to improve heat dissipation. The heatsink is ventilated by two Enermax twister-bearing fans in push-pull configuration. Enermax is also readying a series of T.B.Silence fans that will be available in several speed and size configurations. The fans will use 4-pin headers that give users PWM-based speed control.

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    2 HEATPIPES!??!?!?!?!?!??!?!?!?!? :laugh:
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    2 heatpipes are the far sides of the IHS as well.

    I want to see reviews to see if this is as subpar as it looks.

    Easy to clean fans at-least XD
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    It's just a poorly chosen angle for the photo. Look at the top and count. Besides, they look fairly thick.

    Not saying it'll be very good or anything, but we don't know the price either.
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    It looks nice. I wonder what the performance will be. I also wonder if the pipes are directly on the CPU or if it has a plate.
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    Yeah it has 2.

    Regardless of how everyone markets 1 pipe in a U shape as "2 heatpipes" it doesn't make it so XD

    It's still limited has the same thermal limit as 1 heatpipe.
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    The correct answer would be 3 heatpipes; 3!
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    AHHH can see it now, stand corrected!
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    3. The third one is passing through a central part. Again, it's a little unclear.
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    it looks to be HDT
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    I see the 3rd one make it less bad
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    That fan looks like an appollish.

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