Enermax Launches Two ETS-T40 CPU Coolers

Enermax has launched two new CPU coolers: the ETS-T40 Black Twister (ETS-T40-BK) and the ETS-T40 White Cluster (ETS-T40-W). They feature four 6 mm heat pipes with an HDT (Heat Pipe Direct Touch) structure, and a 120 mm PWM cooling fan with an operating range of 800 RPM to 2200 RPM.

The ETS-T40 series also features a Thermal Conductive Coating (TCC) to improve thermal transference and prevent oxidation of the contact surface; a Vortex Generator Flow (VGF) structure, which helps increase air convection in between the radiator fins; and incorporates the Vacuum Effect (VEF), which optimizes airflow inside the cooler.

Enermax ETS-T40 series CPU coolers feature a universal bracket that is compliant with most Intel and AMD sockets, including Intel’s 4th Generation processors. The CPU coolers will be available in the United States in July 2013 with an MSRP of $49.99.

  • Calculatron
    These have been listed on Enermax's site for a month or so; I was wondering when they were going to hit the market.
    The ETS-T40-TB was the first aftermarket cooler I bought, and despite its slightly out-dated design (not continuous direct contact) it still works great.
    When possible, it would be interesting to see comparisons of products with and without Thermal Conductive Coating. I think Xigamatek's Dark Knight II is just a coated Gaia, isn't it?