Enermax Liqtech 240 Continued
In this image we can see three things. One is that as the tubing is connected to this radiator; we see the same plastic rings used here. We can also see the 27mm thickness of the radiator. And lastly, we can see this is where the serial number will be found on all of the units.
Looking at the long edge of the radiator, we can see there is a metal trim piece applied to dress these units up a bit. Also, this side and the other side both have the four red rubber isolation pads applied to keep the fans from rattling against it.
As we look through the fins, we find more of an air cooling fin arrangement rather than the very restrictive, high FPI designs that we typically see in AIOs. This dual pass system arrangement allows for much more freedom of air flow and pressure from the pair of high performance fans included in the kit.
As if the arrangements and larger gaps weren't already enough to help improve efficiency here, these fins are also shaped to disturb the air flow and concentrate it more in the middle of each pass of tubes through the radiator.
At this point we did skip ahead just a bit to grab the fans out and apply them to the cooler. The cooler looks very cool sitting still, and we like how it goes so well with the red and black theme of our test system.
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