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Enermax ETS-T40 Cooler LGA 2011 Ready!

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The new Enermax CPU cooler product range has made a successful market debut. Especially the side-flow series ETS-T40 has quickly grown in popularity. Many independent hardware testers highlight the performance capability and the excellent price-performance ratio of the Enermax cooler. Equipped with a smooth-running Twister fan and a highly flexible PWM speed control, offering a wide range from 800 to 1,800 RPM, ETS-T40 is not only the best choice for high-end systems, but also for silent PCs.

LGA 2011 ready!

Enermax now delivers all ETS-T40 models with an upgrade kit to support the latest Intel CPU platform LGA 2011. On the product packaging, end users can find a note about the LGA 2011 readiness of the CPU cooler. The delivery includes a set of additional four screws that enables the installation on LGA 2011 sockets.





Technical details and product photos of the ETS-T40 series: http://www.enermax.co.uk/ets-t40.

Special LED Fan Edition in Cooperation with German Hardware Magazine

The patented circular light of Enermax LED fans is still unmatched. Therefore, the fans of the premium manufacturer are a must-have for all gamers and modders. From the debut Apollish series to the three-colour T.B.Vegas Trio series, Enermax has continuously refined and upgraded the innovative LED technology. Latest fans are equipped with a microchip that can create a wide range of different light effects and colours. In cooperation with the leading German hardware magazine PC Games Hardware, Enermax now introduces a special LED fan edition. The T.B.Vegas PCGH Edition 12 cm is equipped with 18 blue diodes and can display seven eye-catching light modes.

Daniel Waadt, Product Manager of PC Games Hardware: "We have decided for a blue illuminated fan, because we know that this colour is the most popular among PC Games Hardware readers. Another essential requirement of our hardware enthusiastic community is the noise level of a case fan. Due to the Enermax Twister Bearing, the T.B.Vegas PCGH Edition remains virtually silent. We have measured just 21 dB(A) (0.2 sone) at a distance of 50cm." PC Games Hardware has published a detailed >> test report and video. The fan runs at 900 RPM constant speed and achieves an air flow rate of 63.78m3/h.

The T.B.Vegas PCGH Edition 12cm fan is now available at a MSRP of £12.90 incl. VAT. More product information and photos at: http://www.enermax.co.uk/tbvegas-pcgh.
 
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Doesn't look like anything new but the price is alright.
 

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towercoolers are infinite anymore, that alternate fan looks sleek, I wonder how durable it is