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Enermax Liqfusion 240 RGB CPU Cooler Review

By: Chad Sebring | CPU Air Coolers in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: Jul 6, 2018 3:00 pm
TweakTown Rating: 82%Manufacturer: Enermax

Packaging

 

 

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The front of the box offers a glimpse of the Enermax Liqfusion 240, illuminated, on the left side. In the broad band of red, there are mentions of the possibility of RGB-Sync with supporting motherboards, a look at the flow indicator, and that the RB lighting is addressable. At the bottom of this band, we also find the socket support lists.

 

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Most of the side of the box look like this. We only took one image as we did not want to have to say the same thing a bunch of times, but it is pretty enough to show once. The company name is at the top, and in much larger test in the center, is the product name in full form. We also like the rainbow of colors across the bottom, as it is a nice touch to help draw your eyes to the packaging.

 

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The only side panel that differs from the previous image is what we see in this one. In many languages, we see that Enermax explains that this is a closed-loop liquid cooler for your CPU, and it features high-performance PWM fans and uses a ceramic bearing all in an attempt to keep your system cool and quiet at the same time.

 

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The back of the box is the one panel that gives you all of the information you need to know about the Liqfusion 240 RGB. On the left is a list of features, which is followed by four images to show things off. At the bottom are dimensional renderings, while to the right is a specifications chart which is very similar to the one we covered.

 

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Inside of the box we see that all of the bits are wrapped in plastic, and are then set into compartments inside of the inner cardboard packaging. We do get more than we expected to find with an AIO in the box, and the way everything is packaged ensures that it does not come out of the box scratched up and with dings in it from parts coming together in transit.

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