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ENERMAX Makes its Debut in Liquid Cooling Solution at Computex 2012

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The 2012 Computex is coming up. This year, ENERMAX will present its new product sector - liquid-cooling. We will showcase our new all-in-one liquid cooling system, together with new patented liquid cooling design. So please wait for the exciting moment and behold!

As a leader in the power supply industry, ENERMAX will unveil the new PLATIMAX models - the higher wattage of 1350W and 1700W! In addition, more new industrial power series will be debuted, including the refreshing 2500W LED Power.

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It is different from the 620.
As this is not made by Asetek or Coolit.
Not sure who the OEM is or Enermax making it themselves.

Enermax fans are not terrible, they are very quiet and make very good fans for heatsinks.
 
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Enermax fans are not terrible, they are very quiet and make very good fans for heatsinks.
:roll: i`ve got apploish vegas 120 and a lot of scythe gentle taphoon 1150-1850
on 900prm scythe much better, qiueter and better air flow
if you`ll twist applosh, you can hear some stange noise from motor but taphoon in such situation is qiuet:)
 
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It is different from the 620.
As this is not made by Asetek
From what or where do you garner this information?

Sure looks like an Asetek model to me.
Very similar to the 620 line.
Looks like the same installation method is used on the CPU, too.

It would seem that Asetek should have a patent on that installation method.
 
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From what or where do you garner this information?

Sure looks like an Asetek model to me.
Very similar to the 620 line.
Looks like the same installation method is used on the CPU, too.

It would seem that Asetek should have a patent on that installation method.
No where close to what Asetek mount is like. Not close at all.
I got the info direct from Asetek. Enermax is not part of the Asetek OEM line.

I got the TB series fans, and have been very quiet and perform very well on my rad for years.
 
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Basically, what everyone do, they stick their name on it and replace the fan with their own. Booooooring
 
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Eh, I'm really tired of seeing these now, they're the new "tower cooler" that everyone has to make.