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Enermax Intros LiqFusion Line of AIO Liquid CPU Coolers

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Enermax today debuted the LiqFusion line of all-in-one, closed-loop, liquid CPU coolers, with the LiqFusion 240, which as its name suggests, is the model with a 240 mm x 120 mm radiator. The design focus behind this series appears to be on more RGB LED bling compared to the older Liqtech series. The pump-block is cylindrical, and has a 3-dimensional RGB LED diffuser made of multiple diodes, which doubles up as an acrylic top, and gives you a perception of "spinning." There's a flow-indicator plumed along one of the coolant tubes.

Keeping up with the RGB LED bling of the pump-block, Enermax is including a pair of T.B. RGB 120 mm fans, which come with three diffuser rings along the perimeter of the fan-frame. These fans spin between 500-2,000 RPM, pushing 23.81-102.17 CFM of air, with noise-outputs ranging between 14 ~ 28 dBA, each. The block comes with pre-applied Dow Corning TC-5121 TIM. The cooler supports most modern CPU socket types, including AM4, AM3(+), FM2(+), LGA2066, LGA2011(v3), and LGA115x. The RGB LED lighting supports standardized 4-pin header. The company didn't reveal pricing.



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horrible cpu block design, that spinning craps makes the entire kit look like a bunch or plastic garbage....
 

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So basically its a Raijintek Orcus but with Enermax on the box. With faster fans resulting in likely higher noise levels.
 

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So basically its a Raijintek Orcus but with Enermax on the box. With faster fans resulting in likely higher noise levels.
in the point, the worlds most horrible cpu block of all time, i dunno why enermax does things like these,

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Is Enermax is the OEM of the AIO cooler or they are sourcing sourcing it from other(s)?
 

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Is Enermax is the OEM of the AIO cooler or they are sourcing sourcing it from other(s)?
99% of AIOs are sourced from elsewhere.

Dynatron / Coolit / Asetek among others make the AIOs for the various companies that pick a custom pump cover and slap there fans on it and presto new product.
 
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