G.SKILL ENKI 360 AIO Review 9


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G.SKILL is well known for its system memory and SSDs and has recently expanded into the peripheral market with gaming-oriented keyboards, mice, headsets, and more. It goes without saying that the company is well respected by the enthusiast community due in part to their high-quality memory. Regardless of whether it is their value lineup or Trident Z kits, the company's entire portfolio of memory is well regarded. With a solid foundation to build from and a solid plan for expansion, which includes the recently announced ENKI series of liquid coolers, G.SKILL will continue to be a dominant force in the DIY PC market.

In today's review, I put the G.SKILL ENKI 360 AIO through a battery of tests, comparing it to numerous high-end cooling solutions to see just what it's capable of. While it does have an ARGB-illuminated pump, G.SKILL opted for black fans, giving the cooler a more subdued appearance. The company has also focused on the cooler's performance by using a denser aluminium radiator for more surface area with fans that balance static pressure and airflow. That said, let's take a closer look at what the G.SKILL ENKI 360 has to offer.

Model:ENKI 360
Socket Support:Intel: LGA1200, LGA1150, LGA1151, LGA1155, LGA1156, LGA1366, LGA2011, LGA2011-3, LGA2066
AMD: AM4, AM3+, AM3, AM2, FM2+, FM2, FM1
CPU Block:Base Material: Copper
Pump:RPM: not listed
Radiator:Dimensions: 394 x 120 x 27 mm
Material: Aluminium
Fans:Model: GF-NL9P21-S12SK1-1
Dimensions: 120 x 120 x 25 mm
Fan Speed: 2100 RPM (+/-10%)
Fan Airflow: 23.6–93.5 CFM
Fan Noise: 15.3–29.6 dB(A)
Features:High-density radiator piping
Stair-shaped high density micro-fins
Custom-tuned convex cold plate design
High-performance pump design
High flow-rate, nylon-braided tubing
High static pressure 9-blade cooling fans
Server-grade low thermal resistance thermal paste
Customizable ARGB lighting control
Warranty:Five years
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