Monday, July 31st 2017

Antec Announces Availability of Mercury Series AIO Liquid CPU Coolers

In the year of their 31st anniversary, Antec Inc., leading provider of high-performance computer components and accessories for the gaming, PC upgrade and Do-It-Yourself market, are launching a new series of All-in-One Liquid CPU Cooling, the Mercury series. The Antec Mercury coolers are commercially available now for 69 Euros (Mercury 120), 99 Euros (Mercury 240) and 125 Euros (Mercury 360).

The new Antec Mercury CPU Cooler Series is engineered to keep the CPU cool for up to 50,000 hours. Manufactured with high-quality components, the products are proven to last at least five years - a benchmark of quality that surpasses the standard also backed by the Antec five-year warranty period. The Mercury models are equipped with non-lubricated graphite bearings and a durable ceramics axis in a carbon-metal construction. The radiator features an arrangement of high-density 16 FPI (fins per inch) to achieve a cooling performance perfectly suitable for any enthusiast's needs. Ideally spaced at 2.8 mm, the fins allow for cool air to pass through efficiently.
All Mercury models are built around a new sealed and silent pump, which consists of a three-phase motor promoting a rapid liquid circulation, helping the CPU to keep cool while it is being pushed to its limits. The pump features a high coolant pressure (2.3m water pressure; flow rate of 3.5 l / minute) & lower-fan noise. The Mercury is easily set up via plugging into a 3-Pin motherboard connector and SATA power (through an included adapter cable).

The pump-block also features three LEDs, which indicate coolant temperature. Blue indicates <48°C, green indicates 49-60°C, and red indicates >60°C.
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8 Comments on Antec Announces Availability of Mercury Series AIO Liquid CPU Coolers

#2
Mescalamba
I dont think 16 FPI is high density..
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#3
ZoneDymo
DeathtoGnomes said:
but can you mount it to a Threadripper?
Probably, thought doubtful it will work as good as it could, really do think threatripper will require some specially made waterblocks due to the size.

But man.... you sure love to have one.
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#5
peche
Thermaltake fanboy
Chaitanya said:
Is the OEM still Dynatron?
i was wondering if they were asetek made, but tubing and rad arent that close, guess Dynatron ...
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#6
Hood
This sounds good, but it's ugly - the pump/block "gear" motif and the corrugated tubing looks like 2011 all over again, and with the blocky rad, this looks like it was cobbled together from the spare parts bin.
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#7
LogitechFan
I used to be an Antec fan, well back in 2008.... In 2017 I can hardly think of a more irrelevant brand. Also, any AIO with a sata power is a no-no in my book. I've switched to all-M.2 drives not to have a whole sata cable around just for their stupid pump.
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#8
DeathtoGnomes
ZoneDymo said:
Probably, thought doubtful it will work as good as it could, really do think threatripper will require some specially made waterblocks due to the size.

But man.... you sure love to have one.
TR is twice the size of the rest of the lineup, except epyc.
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