Accessories and Documentation
One plastic container has all of the mounting hardware inside of it. There are the universal top bracket and the backplate at the top, one with the spreader inside of it, and the other with the tube of TIM. At the bottom, we see eight long, and short fan screws, the RGB controller for those without motherboard RGB, and to the right are the screws, nuts, and washers used with the mounting mechanism.
Enermax also offers all of the wires you could ever need. There is a Molex to 4-pin fan adapter to run the fans at full speed, and off to the left is a 24-pin jumper to use when refilling the loop. Next is the 4-pin RGB splitter, and to the right is the SATA power for the controller box, as well as a Y-splitter cable for the fans and an extension for the pump.
There is a bottle containing 100ml worth of Enermax coolant with a thin nozzle for ease of filling the loop. We also found another packet of thermal paste in the box, as well as the four Velcro straps to help maintain the wiring inside of the chassis.
The T.B. RGB fans delivered in the box are this pair of UCTBRGB12 fans. Oddly, while the specifications show that the fans need 0.30 Amps, the sticker says different. Aesthetically, the seven black blades in the black frame are standard, but the thick ring on the front edge and the grooves missing from the frame offer what appears to be four rings of RGB LED lighting once the system is up and running.
Where literature is concerned, we first need to address the blue paper. This is a warning to anyone looking to refill the loop and steps that should be taken before attempting it. On the right is the manual, with its list of parts, installation guide, and how to go about adding coolant. The manual comes with many languages inside, but will get even the most novice assembler through the process.
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- Page 1 [Introduction, Specifications, and Pricing]
- Page 2 [Packaging]
- Page 3 [Enermax Liqfusion 240 RGB CPU Cooler]
- Page 4 [Accessories and Documentation]
- Page 5 [Installation and Finished Product]
- Page 6 [Test System Setup, Thermal Tests, and Noise Results]
- Page 7 [Final Thoughts]
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