Subject: Cases and Cooling | March 26, 2018 - 07:02 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: enermax, liqfusion, watercooler, AIO
Enermax's LiqFusion 240 AiO watercooler is a fair sized piece of equipment, measuring 120x272x53mm with the fans installed and sports 400mm tubes to allow a variety of mounting possibilities. The cold plate is compatible with any modern Intel or AMD CPU; [H]ard|OCP tested with a Ryzen 7 1700 overclocked to 3.9 GHz at 1.475 volts. The end results show this to be an impressive cooler, with only a small handful able to best it. The price is a bit high, then again you have to pay extra for four rings of RGB on your cooler.
"The new Enermax LiqFusion is an All-in-One liquid CPU cooler packed with unique features and desirable options. It has an exclusive RGB-sync waterblock, flow indicator, ceramic bearing pump, as well as a serviceable design, but how well does it cool our highly overclocked Ryzen test system?"
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