Today we will present Enermax LIQFUSION 240 AIO cooler which gives me high expectations considering how well was performing Enermax LIQTECH TR4 280 reviewed some time ago. We will test the LIQFUSION cooler on the Intel Coffee Lake platform so less demanding than the AMD Threadripper but still not so light for coolers.
On the market where everything has RGB lighting, we can’t forget about CPU coolers. Enermax not only promises high performance but also great looks with RGB lighting. Of course, we will check both the key features in our review.
Stay with us to find out how much to offer has the LIQFUSION 240 AIO cooler.
ALL-IN-ONE LIQUID CPU COOLER
- Exclusive RGB-sync waterblock with patented flow indicator design
- Support the latest addressable RGB M/B sync
- Integrated RGB control box
- High-efficiency ceramic bearing pump for exceptional durability and noiseless operation
LIQFUSION, an individually addressable RGB liquid cooler for Intel and AMD CPU platforms, is built with an exclusive RGB-sync water-block featuring patented flow indicator, which enables the user to easily monitor the status of coolant flow. Together with visually appealing ENERMAX addressable RGB fans, LIQFUSION can create unique, vivid RGB lighting effects. The addressable RGB water cooler is designed to sync the RGB lighting with selected GIGABYTE, MSI and ASROCK motherboards with addressable RGB headers. Meanwhile, LIQFUSION also includes integrated RGB control box for non RGB-Sync motherboards.
Addressable RGB lighting synchronization
Synchronizable RGB Lighting via the latest addressable RGB header of motherboards (the RGB header 4-Pin assignment is+5V/D/-/G)
ENERMAX integrated RGB control box
ENERMAX integrated RGB control box enables users to adjust preferred lighting effects (14 pre-set effects), colors and speed
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