Wednesday, December 16th 2020

G.SKILL Announces High-Performance ENKI Series AIO Liquid Coolers

G.SKILL International Enterprise Co., Ltd., the world's leading manufacturer of extreme performance memory and gaming peripherals, is excited to introduce a new product line of all-in-one CPU liquid coolers, the ENKI series AIO. Named after the ancient Sumerian god of water, the ENKI series AIO is a custom-designed AIO CPU cooler that focuses on high cooling performance by eliminating heat-transfer bottlenecks and engineered to efficiently extract heat from the CPU, through specially-selected low thermal resistance thermal paste, across the custom-tuned convex copper cold plate, and into the high-density radiator via widened, low-evaporation coolant tubing. Available in 360 mm, 280 mm, and 240 mm radiator sizes, each ENKI series AIO includes 9-blade hydro-bearing cooling fans, ARGB lighting, and easy-to-install mounting bracket kits.
Custom-Tuned Convex Cold Plate & Stair-Shaped High-Density Micro-Fin Design

To achieve high-performance cooling and maximum contact with the CPU, the ENKI series AIO liquid cooler utilizes a custom-tuned convex cold plate design to minimize the travel distance of heat from the CPU through the thermal paste and into the solid copper cold plate. On the other side of the cold plate, stair-shaped high-density micro-fins are used to optimally guide the coolant intake-outtake flow for efficient heat transfer from the cold plate and into the coolant.

High Flow-Rate Coolant Tubing & High Density Radiator Piping

In order to quickly deliver coolant between the cooler head and the radiator, high flow-rate coolant tubes with 8 mm inner diameter are chosen for the task. Each coolant tube is also constructed with thicker rubber walls for low coolant evaporation and are enclosed in nylon-braided sleeves for durability. The radiator is designed with high-density piping, which increases the surface area to facilitate efficient heat dissipation from the coolant and into the fins for effective cooling. Specifically, the 360 mm and 240 mm variant is designed with 3~4 more radiator pipes than typical radiators, while the 280 mm variant has 6 more radiator pipes.

High Static Pressure 9-Blade Fan & Low Thermal Resistance Thermal Paste

The ENKI series AIO liquid cooler is equipped with high performance 9-blade hydro-bearing PWM cooling fans, selected for its high static pressure to maintain constant air flow. Included within the accessory pack, is a tube of server-grade thermal paste that features ultra-low thermal resistance, which enables quick heat transfer from the CPU to the copper cold plate.

Customizable ARGB & Product Availability

Each ENKI series AIO liquid cooler is equipped with 3-pin ARGB motherboard connectors, allowing customizable RGB lighting via motherboard lighting control software. Available in 360 mm, 280 mm, and 240 mm, the ENKI series AIO also comes with a 5-year limited warranty. This product line of AIO liquid coolers will be available via G.SKILL distribution partners in 2021.

Official Video

Source: G.SKILL
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12 Comments on G.SKILL Announces High-Performance ENKI Series AIO Liquid Coolers

#1
Adc7dTPU
G.SKILL! Liquid Coolers?! Interesting. Can't wait to see the TPU review of the 280 mm model.
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#2
jlewis02
I’m in the market for an aio hook me up with results.
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#3
han32
asetek oem?...
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#4
watzupken
Besides putting their own spin in terms of the RGB design on the cooler, and also slapping their own brand name on it, I fail to see how this segregates itself from the horde of AIO coolers out there. Basically they are using the same OEM from the looks of it, and indeed looks like an Asetek design.
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AsetekDennis
watzupkenBesides putting their own spin in terms of the RGB design on the cooler, and also slapping their own brand name on it, I fail to see how this segregates itself from the horde of AIO coolers out there. Basically they are using the same OEM from the looks of it, and indeed looks like an Asetek design.
It is in fact not one of our (Asetek) designs :)
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#6
Calmmo
Everyone seems to want to have AIO and Monitor products these days.

Hmm, I wonder where the insane profit margins are!? ;)
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#7
watzupken
AsetekDennisIt is in fact not one of our (Asetek) designs :)
I see, I stand corrected. Just a wild guess based on the design. :p Thank you for correcting me.
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AsetekDennis
watzupkenI see, I stand corrected. Just a wild guess based on the design. :p Thank you for correcting me.
Oh not to worry at all :) Just figured I'd try and be helpful with clarification :)
Actually we always carry a list of current production units on our website :)
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#9
bonehead123
Anutha day, ANUTHA boring, same ole same same AIO....

nuthin new here kiddies, back to nappy time now :)
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#10
lynx29
That was a cool video though, not in market for one, but seeing the liquid through the tube first person style was pretty neat. never seen that before. I wonder if it was real, or just animated.
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#11
Sabishii Hito
bonehead123Anutha day, ANUTHA boring, same ole same same AIO....

nuthin new here kiddies, back to nappy time now :)
See above, not an Asetek design. That leaves CoolIT or possibly an original design.
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#12
kapone32
Even though there is nothing wrong with Asetek based AIOs I always get non Asetek models (Nepton 280) currently I am looking at the Silverstone Glacier or Alpahacool Eisbear Aurora. I will wait for a review on this one but it could be added to the list.
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