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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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  • amuffin
    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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  • A Bad Day
    Benchmarks against other closed-loop coolers please?
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  • hero1
    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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  • master_chen
    Another H50/100 rip off...sigh... :\
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  • bavman
    NEEDS MORE RADIATORS!!
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  • hellfire24
    meh! almost all the closed loop coolers are too expensive!
    aircoolers FTW!
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  • assasin32
    hellfire24meh! almost all the closed loop coolers are too expensive!aircoolers FTW!
    My preference as well, I OC to get more performance out of my computer for cheaper price. Buying expensive heatsinks are counterproductive to that when I can what I need for 1/4 of the price and have it perform almost as good, just a couple celcius difference in temps.

    But I can see the use of these for some people, for some cases I think I would even use one depending on the case design I am using I can definately see the use. Plus it's me I always welcome new competition it usually does nothing but push people to make people competitive, so good for enermax for getting into this market.
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  • I designed my office so my water cooled system (CPU, GPU, Chipset) would have the radiator in my server room. No heat in my room and no noise.
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  • amuffin
    bavmanNEEDS MORE RADIATORS!!The pumps used in the closed loops aren't strong enough to handle more than one.
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  • amuffin
    javamannI designed my office so my water cooled system (CPU, GPU, Chipset) would have the radiator in my server room. No heat in my room and no noise.I assume you're using "real" watercooling here? Not the closed loop crap.
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