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    Default New Enermax Cooling System coming in for review

    Hi Guys

    As soon as Ecomaster USA has samples, we will be getting the Enermax ELC120 & ELC240 for review, here's a couple of photos I found.

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    looking forward to the review Thanks

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    Default re: New Enermax Cooling System coming in for review

    Interesting. Enermax makes nice fans. Curious to see how these stack up against the ThermalTake units made by Asetek. Stan, who makes these for Enermax? CoolIt?
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    Default re: New Enermax Cooling System coming in for review

    I am very interested in seeing how Enermax does with their first AIO cooling solution. They appear to be very well made. They dont look cheap. Cant wait for the review and for stan to let me borrow it when he is done! lol
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    Default re: New Enermax Cooling System coming in for review

    Looking forward to the review! Ive never used an Enermax product,are they any good

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    How well would a closed loop work, next to an air cooled unit? I can't see there being any real reason to run one, except that it looks cool! lol I could be wrong, but wouldn't a reservoir actually help to cool the system off? I just don't get it. Enlighten me, someone!

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    Default re: New Enermax Cooling System coming in for review

    Wonder how the dual stacks up to an H100. Have it sitting here, waiting on my new build.

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    Default re: New Enermax Cooling System coming in for review

    Enermax is a quality manufacturer been around for some time now there fans and cooling solutions are some of the best.
    I really like their products they perform and are well made.

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    Default re: New Enermax Cooling System coming in for review

    Quote Originally Posted by dbradford32 View Post
    How well would a closed loop work, next to an air cooled unit? I can't see there being any real reason to run one, except that it looks cool! lol I could be wrong, but wouldn't a reservoir actually help to cool the system off? I just don't get it. Enlighten me, someone!
    Actually it would and does work extremely well, and with the right fans in place say in a push pull configuration
    and a good water block,does a much better job then an air only cooler, and you have to remember to that although their is no reservoir
    there is enough water in the system to make it a workable solution.

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    looks good but looks like Asetek made units
    You don't know me and that's the way i like it!

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    Default re: New Enermax Cooling System coming in for review

    It would be nice to see a comparison between the h100,TT Extreme and ELC240

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    I can do that, but it would have to be the Asetek 570LX, TT Extreme, Enermax 240, I sold the H100 at least 6 months ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    I can do that, but it would have to be the Asetek 570LX, TT Extreme, Enermax 240, I sold the H100 at least 6 months ago.
    Thanks Stan!That will work for me,cant wait for the results. I was thinking of getting another h100 for my upcoming build down the line, the review might help change my mind.

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    James here's a temp screenshot from one of the 990X chips I used to own, overclocked to 4.6GHz and being cooled by the Asetek 570LX. The only problem is that I sold both 990X chips which ran cool and now run a 3960X, 3770K, and 3820, and as every one knows both the 3960X & 3770K run very hot when overclocked.

    As far as the temps below, you also have to take into consideration that the system was installed in a case, with not only one, but three GTX480s in Tri-SLI which ran hot enough to heat your house lol but the 570LX still performed like a champ. You can ask Sam, he took my advice and bought one for his system.

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    James here's a temp screenshot from one of the 990X chips I used to own, overclocked to 4.6GHz and being cooled by the Asetek 570LX. The only problem is that I sold both 990X chips which ran cool and now run a 3960X, 3770K, and 3820, and as every one knows both the 3960X & 3770K run very hot when overclocked.

    As far as the temps below, you also have to take into consideration that the system was installed in a case, with not only one, but three GTX480s in Tri-SLI which ran hot enough to heat your house lol but the 570LX still performed like a champ. You can ask Sam, he took my advice and bought one for his system
    You had me sold on the screen shot..LOL. My h100 under full load @ 4.8 tops out at about 67-70c,which ive always thought sucked anyways.How much are they running,I'm on phone at work so I can't look at the moment

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