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    Default Enermax ETS-N30 TAA CPU Cooler Review

    Introduction Aftermarket CPU Air Coolers flood the market with many options and styles today. With the vast number of options, we know that competition is fierce. Today, we are going to be looking at the Enermax ETS-N30 CPU cooler that was designed for the mid-range users who aren't looking to spend a great deal of money. The Enermax ETS-N30 CPU Air Cooler sports a 92mm blue LED fan with a copper based heatsink that not only looks good, but also fits the bill for those in a budget crunch. Let’s take a look at the Enermax ETS-N30 CPU Cooler and what is has to offer.

    Before we do that, let’s talk little about who Enermax is:

    Enermax Technology Corporation is a world-renowned PC Power Supply Unit manufacturer. Since our establishment in 1990, we provide power supply products and peripherals like chassis, cooler, fan and keyboard with excellent quality and have won recognitions of consumers around the world.

    ENERMAX products are recommended by worldwide reviewers, and certain were granted by iF, Red Dot, Good Design and Taiwan Excellence Awards. Those are proven evidence of our top-notch quality and design competency recognized by the professionals.

    To develop an intensive sales network and better service customers around the world, Enermax has set up branch offices in Germany, France, U.S.A., Japan and China. We also have service offices and distributors in countries across Europe, America, Asia and Oceania.

    Our farsighted R & D capability is our key strength. The elite teams of Enermax always strive to come up with the best and most satisfactory PSU, thermal solution and peripheral products with cutting-edge design that meets the needs of the market and customers. We will stick to our R & D spirits of “Technology Innovation” and “Quality First” to constantly create products which transcend international standard and requirements to keep up on our product and brand value as well as competitive edge.

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    Default Re: Enermax ETS-N30 TAA CPU Cooler Review

    Nice review as allway's Kenny.

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    Default Re: Enermax ETS-N30 TAA CPU Cooler Review

    Great review Kenny
    Good cooler for someone looking for some bling and a bit better cooling than the stock heatsink

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    Default Re: Enermax ETS-N30 TAA CPU Cooler Review

    Nice review Kenny. The performance appears to be within range of the King of cheap air coolers (Hyper 212) and comes in a little cheaper too. I also like how the pipes are finished and shiny. not cut off and ugly like the hyper 212.

    Nice cooler for the price. Like the fans too. If I needed an air cooler I would get this over a 212.
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    Default Re: Enermax ETS-N30 TAA CPU Cooler Review

    Thanks Guys!

    The CM 212 is a decent cooler and has a good proven track record. I used one back when I had my 2500K. But haven't used that since that. I don't even remember where that cooler went.

    But this Enermax Cooler does look good aesthetically (heatsink and Fan). Performance lacks a bit, but I wasn't surprised for a much smaller cooler and only using a single 92mm fan. If you have no plans to OC then the enermax will do just fine or if you plan on using a small case it will fit the bill.

    Overall at $29.99 (seen it on sale for slightly cheaper) its not bad.

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    Default Re: Enermax ETS-N30 TAA CPU Cooler Review

    Nice review Kenny,
    good looking little cooler, the performance are a bit low but nothing serious for a 9 cm fan, for the price of $30 (cheap), you'll have an excellent replacement of ugly stock cooler. Looks pretty similar to H 212 or contac 30, but smaller.

    Always look beyond the limits...

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    Wow that's a pretty stout cooler for its size, great review Kenny!

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