Enermax Reveals ETS-N30 CPU Cooler

Enermax has revealed a new CPU cooler: the ETS-N30. It is a tower-style cooler, with U-shaped heat pipes.

The cooler carries a number of key technologies, including a PWM capable fan, direct-contact heat pipes, Enermax's patented punch-holes on the fins, known as the Stack Effect Flow (SEF) technology, as well as the Vacuum Effect Flow (VEF) technology, which creates air channels through bending fin tips.

The heat pipes on the cooler are three 6 mm thick heat pipes, each made of copper.

Airflow is taken care of by a 92 mm, LED-lit (or plain black in case of the HE-variant), PWM capable fan.

The unit measures in at 92 x 79 x 134 mm, and is compatible with most modern CPU sockets, including AMD's AM3+ and FM2+ sockets, as well as Intel's LGA115X sockets.

There was no word on pricing or availability yet.

Niels Broekhuijsen

Niels Broekhuijsen is a Contributing Writer for Tom's Hardware US. He reviews cases, water cooling and pc builds.

  • Calculatron
    Interesting, although I'd like to see further improvements in their 120mm arena.
  • icraft
    To be completely honest, 99% of all these coolers are the same. I don't see any differences in most of them.