The higher-end CPUs these days need a crazy amount of cooling to keep things running cool and fast and the easiest way to do that has been to go with an All-In-One cooler. These are also the quickest way to integrate some lighting into your build as well with some of the AIO coolers having RGB fans and or RGB on their pumps. Enermax’s Aquafusion Adv lineup has both and is available in black or white and in 120, 240, and 360 configurations. This year we did upgrade our test bench from Z690 with the 12900K up to the Z790 with the 13900K, what better way than to start our cooler testing by testing out two of the Enermax Aquafusion Adv coolers as well as one of their air coolers, the ETS-F40-FS ARGB, so today I’m going to check out all three then put them all to the test to see how they perform with the always demanding 13900K.

Product Name: Catching Up with Enermax

Review Sample Provided by: Enermax

Written by: Wes Compton

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Enermax ETS-F40-FS ARGB

Enermax Aquafusion Adv 240 White

Enermax Aquafusion Adv 360 Black

 

Enermax ETS-F40-FS ARGB Specifications

Color Options

Black and White

CPU Socket

Intel® LGA 1700/1200/115x/2066/2011/2011-3/1366

AMD® AM5/AM4/AM3+/FM2+/FM1

Heatpipes

4

Dimensions

140 x 93 x 158 mm

Fan Speed

300 ~ 1200 RPM ±10%

Fan Airflow

18.11 ~ 74.33 CFM

Fan Static Pressure

0.13 ~ 2.17 mmH2O

Noise Level

10 ~ 23 dBA

Connector

4 Pin PWM + 3 Pin ARGB

Warranty

1 Year Warranty

 

Enermax Aquafusion Adv Specifications

Color Options

Black

White

Radiator Size Options

120 mm

240 mm

360 mm

Radiator Dimensions

120 - 154 x 120 x 27 mm

240 - 274 x 120 x 27 mm

360 - 394 x 120 x 27 mm

CPU Socket

Intel® LGA 2066/2011-3/2011/1700/1200/1366/1156/1155/1151/1150

AMD® AM5/AM4/AM3+/AM3/AM2+/AM2/FM2+/FM2/FM1

Fan Speed

500 - 2000 RPM ±10%

Fan Airflow

39~79.8 CFM

Fan Static Pressure

0.67~3.6 mm-H2O

Noise Level

15~32.6 dBA

Connector

4 Pin PWM + 3 Pin ARGB

Warranty

5 Year Warranty

 

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