If it seems to you that every company in the market has an all in one liquid cooling offering you’re not alone. But this isn’t a bad thing. It just means there is more competition and competition drives innovation. Today we’ll be taking a look at one result of this competition, the slightly more evolved offering of AIO cooling from Enermax, the Liqtech 120X. At the top of their liquid cooling offerings the 120X is everything they can throw a hot CPU. Follow along as we take a closer look at this refined AIO and see how it compares to others.
We have always known Enermax for some pretty attractive and interesting cases. Today we are taking a look at one of their latest cases the iVektor. One interesting thing about this case is that it has a soft touch coating that is said to absorb vibrations, noise and prevent fingerprints. Besides this coating the iVektor features a large side panel window for showing off hardware, USB 3.0 support, room for large graphics cards and liquid cooling solutions and multiple tool-less installation features. The iVektor comes in black, white and red, but today we will be taking a look at the black version. Will this be the case for your next build? Read on as we find out!
While we mostly know Enermax for their cases they have been making cooling solutions for some time now. The CPU cooler we are taking a look at today is quite interesting as it is all white. The heatsink is white, the fan is white and it even has white LEDs. This makes it perfect to match with other white components or even a white case. The CPU cooler I am talking about is the ETS-T40 White Cluster. It features a tower heatsink stack design with four 6mm copper heatpipes that make direct contact with the CPU and a 120 mm cooling fan. The ETS-T40 has TDP support of 200W+ and can fit pretty much any Intel and AMD socket out there. Read on as we take a look…
While Enermax is widely known for having a good selection of quality fans, especially if you like your fans to come with LEDS, until now they have not had a good high static pressure fan. The all new Twister Pressure PWM fan should be immediately popular amongst water coolers and air coolers alike.
When it comes to cases there is only so much you can fit inside and that sort of limits what type of system you can build. Well Enermax wants to break that barrier with their Fulmo GT Full Tower case. This is not just any full tower case, this is one of the biggest cases I’ve ever had in to review! The case not only supports ATX and XL-ATX motherboards, but even larger form factors like E-ATX and HPTX! On top of that there is room for 10 hard drives, 4 optical drives and 15 fans! (5 are pre-installed). Not only that there are 10 expansion slots so you could put together one beefy workstation or ultimate gaming machine. Having all of this space is great, but has Enermax put all of the other finishing touches on this case to make it a contender against the likes of NZXT, Cooler Master and Fractal Design? Read on as we take a look…
The manufacturer of PC cooling solutions, ENERMAX, introduced its TWISTERODIO 16 CP008 – the all new cooling fan added to its product portfolio. The classy new model has been designed with high quality brushed aluminum and offers the perfect podium for your notebooks’ cooling.
Enermax has recently revealed the new iVektor series chassis, aiming to cool down strong gaming rigs and workstations. iVektor is a multifunctional ATX midi tower giving maximum usability and expandability. The classy design let you to present the striking and customized gaming rigs.
Enermax has released a brand new series of cooling pads for notebook users, which provide one of a kind cooling solutions, also offering users with features such as a movable LED fan and enhanced external speakers. The models included are The AEOLUS VEGAS (CP007) cooling pad, the AeroOdio (CP006) speaker cooling pad and the new AEOLUS PURE (CP003P) cooling pads.
Enermax is delighted to launch their latest five fan models along with their new patented technology i.e. APS (Adjustable Peak Speed) Control. As the name indicates, the highest speed of these fans can be adjusted as per your preference, and the speed will be synchronized automatically by pulse-width modulation (PWM) or by an integrated thermal sensor after selecting the specific RPM range.
Aug 18, 2014 0