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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

Installation and Finished Product

 

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Following the instructions, we located the correct holes for LGA115X support and put the screws through the steel and dense foam isolation material. The backplate is open in the middle, so orientation does not matter. There are also AMD mounting locations on either side of the Intel ones, which is done, so the bracket orientation still does not matter. Keep in mind, at this point, the screws, all still lose, makes it tough when flipping the motherboard.

 

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After dropping nylon washers over each screw, and then screwing down the barrel nuts, we can go to work on the rest. The next step is to lay the top bracket onto the nuts, and using four more screws, tighten them down so that it locks all of the hardware together with the motherboard.

 

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When it comes to mounting the head unit, we first applied TIM, then aligned the wings on the head unit, with the captured screws, and lined them up with two of the four holes in the top bracket. It could be turned ninety-degrees from what we see here, but the extra holes means the top bracket orientation is irrelevant too.

 

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All installed and ready for testing; we can get an idea of what we get with the Enermax Liqfusion 240 RGB. Not only does the light surround the head unit, but it can also be easily seen through the frames of both fans. Now hopefully it cools as awesomely as it looks.

 

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Because the view in the last image is somewhat limited, we wanted to ensure you that you get to see all of the RGB LED lighting in full glory. This is the key selling feature to this AIO, and we do have to say that we do like what we see now, and with motherboard control or use of the controller that came in the box, you have tons of optional ways to deliver a flood of RGB LEDs into your build.

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