Enermax To Showcase First Ever Water Cooler At Computex

Sabeeh Qureshi
Jun 1, 2012
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Enermax, known  for their efficient PC cooling fans have announced the induction of a new product on their assembly line based on watercooling for the first time ever that, they say will be seen as revolutionary into the world of PC hardware water cooling.

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The new product hasn’t been given a name yet but will be featured on the General Assembly at the 2012 ComputeX.

Expreview on the other hand, had only got their hands on a press release image however it does look in terms of looks and design like the Corsair Hydro H70 which also features a closed pre liquid filled watercooling loop complete with a radiator, 120 mm fan as well as the cooler and a built in motor that drives the fluid around while taking power from the 3 pin PWM power connector.

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Compatibility is expected across all LGA 775, 1155, 1156, 2011 and as well as AM3+ sockets. We’ll keep you posted as we get more info on this!

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