Enermax Unveils CPU Liquid Coolers

Enermax has revealed the first three models of its ELC liquid cooler series, the ELC120-TB, ELC120-TA and ELC240. Each model features Twister fan bearings which offer reliability and near silent operation. The ELC120-TA stands out in the series with two T.B.Apollish Blue LED fans, while the ELC120-TB and ELC240 models come with T.B.Silence Fans. Each fan has an individually adjustable speed thanks to the new Tri-Cooling functionality.

                                                                            

Each ELC liquid cooler features a closed-loop design made with high quality materials. In order to prevent damage to your system, the tube is made of a tough but flexible material known as Flourinated Ethylene Propylene. Additionally, the pump features a ceramic bearing that will improve stability and noise.

The new ELC120 and ELC240 models from Enermax is expected to be available in the U.S for roughly $89.99 and $120.00, respectively. The CPU coolers will support all current AMD and Intel chips.


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  • Yep, Phanteks wins again!
    http://hexus.net/tech/reviews/cooling/45993-enermax-elc240/

    This thing is outperformed by the Phanteks PH TC14PE which is 12.4 Decibels quieter.
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  • Benchmarks against other closed-loop coolers please?
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  • Looks interesting and tempting but thermaltake water 2.0 does a better job compared foamy other top end air cooler. Check that out. Ill be replacing my CoolIt R120 soon since the unit attached to the CPU makes tons of noise.
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