Tuesday, September 10th 2019

ENERMAX Expands AQUAFUSION ARGB Liquid Cooler Series with White Version

ENERMAX, a leading designer and manufacturer of high-performance PC hardware products, is expanding the widely-acclaimed ARGB liquid cooler series, AQUAFUSION, with the addition of white 120 and 240 mm AIO coolers. Inherited from AQUAFUSION lineup, the white version is characterized by a white water block with splendid step shaped lighting effects, ENERMAX SquA RGB white fan and radiator to accent your rig's style.

Thanks to the precisely engineering technology, the patented Dual-Chamber water block design is able to isolate the pump from CPU heat in order to prolong its lifetime usage. In addition, combined with the Shunt-Channel Technology (SCT) on the cold plate and the Central Coolant Inlet (CCI) structure inside water block, it can inject the incoming coolant at the hottest spot to prevent heat surges and shorten the coolant flow path, resulting in faster heat transfer and better cooling performance of up to 300 W and 360 W TDP for 120 mm and 240 mm radiator respectively.
2 Ways to Control RGB Lighting Effects
AQUAFUSION white series supports motherboards that have 5 V addressable RGB headers and is designed to synchronize with motherboard software to deliver 16.8 million lighting illumination. The attached control box provides 10 pre-set lighting effects, lighting colors, brightness and speed for users to choose without app or software needed.

AQUAFUSION white series offers universal metal mounting kits, supporting the CPU sockets of Intel (LGA2066/2011-3/2011/1366/1156/1155/1151/1150) and AMD (AM4/AM3+/AM3/AM2+/AM2/ FM2+/FM2/FM1). It will be available at retail in mid-September of 2019.

For more information, visit the product pages of the AQUAFUSION 120 White and AQUAFUSION 240 White.
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2 Comments on ENERMAX Expands AQUAFUSION ARGB Liquid Cooler Series with White Version

Not a fan of white radiators but Enermax seems to be on a roll with those lovely rgb fans and that pump design.
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yet anutha color f.A.i.L.....

not 100% white, but rather white and black... ie the pump head, bracket and fan centers...

Would it have really killed their margins to use anutha .00274 cents worth of paint/pigment to finish the job and produce a REAL 100% white product, instead of a whitey wannabe mish mash of white with black accents....really ???

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