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    Default Enermax NEOChanger RGB Reservoir and Pump Combo Review

    Introduction:

    This was it. The moment I’ve been waiting for from the first day I joined PureOC.
    I took the res out of the box, grabbed a fitting, and gently screwed it into the port…..OH MY GOODNESS!

    That was my last moment to turn back and be a normal computer user. From this moment on, I can only imagine making even better custom cooling loops in the future. The look of a new XSPC fitting inside the Enermax NEOChanger*brought new levels of joy that reminded me of my very first PC build, then I bent the edges of the next fitting by screwing it in a*bit too tightly and knew that the experience was just like my first computer build. Enough about me, though. Let’s get into this beautiful looking piece of hardware from Enermax.

    I think their designers have pointedly found pieces of hardware that don’t represent RGB LED enough and decided to fix the problem themselves. I absolutely love them for this! Here at PureOC, it started with the NEOllusion and continues today with the NEOChanger. How will Enermax fair in the custom cooling arena? We’ll find out right after a brief word about the company.

    Enermax NEOChanger RGB Reservoir and Pump Combo Review-enermaxlogo1-1024x273.jpg

    Lepatek Corporation an ENERMAX Company is an exclusive authorized supplier for ENERMAX and LEPA brand products for both North America and South America. Lepatek Corporation strives to provide only high quality products within the Computer Hardware & Components and Consumer Electronics market.

    Both manufacturers specialize in high-end computer components and peripherals e.g. (Power Supplies, Computer Cases, CPU Coolers, Fans, Cooling Pads and Audio equipment for well over 25 years through the Distribution, Reseller, OEM and ODM channel.

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    Default Re: Enermax NEOChanger RGB Reservoir and Pump Combo Review

    I really like this res and the price is fantastic as well!
    The smallest version liquid volume 200mm is a bit over 7" inch in height
    More water doesn't always mean cooler temps once the water heats up its just more water
    for the rads to cool
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    Default Re: Enermax NEOChanger RGB Reservoir and Pump Combo Review

    Quote Originally Posted by vinman View Post
    I really like this res and the price is fantastic as well!
    The smallest version liquid volume 200mm is a bit over 7" inch in height
    More water doesn't always mean cooler temps once the water heats up its just more water
    for the rads to cool
    Agreed, 200mm Res is more than enough for any WC System. I also like this combo, thinking to buy two of 200mm to replace my old WC system.

    Always look beyond the limits...

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    Default Re: Enermax NEOChanger RGB Reservoir and Pump Combo Review

    Quote Originally Posted by Smiki007 View Post
    Agreed, 200mm Res is more than enough for any WC System. I also like this combo, thinking to buy two of 200mm to replace my old WC system.
    Yep me too I like it that much I think I will hold on to the other two tube reservoirs and bay res I have may need to use them down the road

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