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Enermax enters CPU cooler market

Enermax enters CPU cooler market

Enermax will be offering seven different CPU cooler models from the outset.

Enermax has made its intentions to break into the CPU cooler market clear by showing off its new range of mid and high-end coolers at Computex this week.

The Taiwanese company will enter the market with an impressive total of seven designs, each of which will sport one of its excellent fans.

The coolers will come in both tower and down-flow variants, most of which will include the company’s patented cooling fin cut-outs. These, Enermax claims, enable the air being pushed through the cooler to circulate around the fins for longer, as it travels up and down the height of the cooler rather than just straight through the fins.

Also of note is the sheer size of some of the heatpipes on offer; the ETD-F40 cooler uses 10mm heatpipes, which Enermax claims is a market first.

The company was also showing off its forthcoming range of 80 Plus Platinum-rated PSUs, which reportedly have an efficiency rating of 95 per cent, as well as a group of new cases which it hopes to have on the market by the end of the year.

Are you tempted by Enermax's new CPU cooler designs? Let us know your thoughts in the forums.

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Enermax enters CPU cooler market NZXT to extend its range of cases Enermax enters CPU cooler market NZXT to extend its range of cases

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sleepygamer 3rd June 2011, 16:01 Quote
You can never have enough variety when it comes to CPU coolers. If they manage to knock out something usably impressive, I'd be all for it.
Phalanx 3rd June 2011, 16:03 Quote
If their fans are anything to go by, this will be good.
BRAWL 3rd June 2011, 16:12 Quote
Wow that thing looks like a Plasma cannon or something!
KidMod-Southpaw 3rd June 2011, 17:55 Quote
Their fans are excellent, I just hope the same for the coolers. We've seen many companies with great fans and then the coolers just don't cut it.
We'll see, with a review!
FelixTech 3rd June 2011, 21:25 Quote
If they weren't making CPU coolers before, where were they using their patented fin cut-outs??? Like anything, I'll be tempted when I see the temps :)
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