Enermax Announces Aquafusion ADV 360mm AIO in White

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Enermax just announced its Aquafusion ADV AIO is now available in white. Now there are six options available to choose from; 120 mm, 240 mm, and 360 mm, each in black or white. Paired with Enermax’s popular PWM-controlled SquA RGB ADV 120 mm fans, your next build can look cool and stay cool. The Aquafusion features a dual-chamber pump for a longer, more reliable lifespan. Pricing starts at just $69.99 on Amazon for the 120 mm. For additional information, check out Enermax’s press release below.

 

ENERMAX Introduces a New White 360mm Model to The AQUAFUSION ADV AIO CPU Cooler Series, and The Series is Listed as a 13th Gen Intel® Core™ Processor Cooling Solution

Enermax Aquafusion ADV 360mm AIO
Enermax Aquafusion ADV 360mm AIO

Taoyuan, Taiwan, July 24th, 2023 – ENERMAX, an industry-leading force dedicated to designing high-performance computer power supplies and cooling solutions, announces that its AQUAFUSION ADV AIO CPU cooler series is adding the white 360mm to its lineup. ENERMAX also collaborates with Intel®, and the series is listed as a 13th Gen Intel® Core™ processor cooling solution.

Enermax Aquafusion ADV 360mm AIO
Enermax Aquafusion ADV 360mm AIO

The AQUAFUSION ADV series now offers a total of six models, including 120mm, 240mm, and 360mm radiators, each available in black and white variants. The AQUAFUSION ADV series stands out with its distinctive and visually stunning appearance. The square-shaped infinity mirror design of the pump head, combined with ENERMAX’s SquA RGB ADV fan with a square frame outline, creates an overall aesthetic that exudes a sense of modernity and technological sophistication. When the addressable RGB lighting on AQUAFUSION ADV is activated, the linear light streams accentuate the sleek and futuristic design of the system.

Enermax Aquafusion ADV 360mm AIO
Enermax Aquafusion ADV 360mm AIO

The AQUAFUSION ADV series not only boasts a unique and appealing design but also delivers exceptional cooling performance, making it the preferred choice for many system integrators. The 360mm radiator model, in particular, can achieve a remarkable 380W TDP cooling capacity, ensuring stable operation and maximizing CPU performance with high-end Intel and AMD processors.

Enermax Aquafusion ADV 360mm AIO
Enermax Aquafusion ADV 360mm AIO

The product manager at ENERMAX explains that the AQUAFUSION ADV series features a patented Dual-Chamber pump design, effectively separating the coolant from the hot water to enhance the longevity and reliability of the liquid cooling system. The internal structure of the pump is meticulously engineered, featuring a patented Shunt-Channel technology cold plate design combined with a Central Coolant Inlet (CCI) technology that injects the coolant at the hottest spot to prevent heat surges, enabling efficient heat dissipation and accelerated thermal circulation. Incorporated by the PWM-controlled SquA RGB ADV fans, with a maximum fan speed of 2000 rpm and optimized airflow and air pressure, the AQUAFUSION ADV series ensures highly efficient cooling performance by rapidly lowering the temperature of the liquid coolant and the CPU. Furthermore, to meet users’ preference for silent operation, ENERMAX will provide a noise reducer adaptor to lower the fan speed to 1700 rpm, effectively reducing the noise level while maintaining strong performance for different chips.

Enermax Aquafusion ADV 360mm AIO
Enermax Aquafusion ADV 360mm AIO

The AQUAFUSION ADV series is available in black (120mm, 240mm, 360mm) and white (120mm, 240mm, 360mm). The series is compatible with the latest CPU sockets, including LGA1700 and AM5. For users interested in obtaining the noise reducer adaptor, please contact your local ENERMAX worldwide office or email [email protected] for more information.

-John Nester (Blaylock)

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Zerileous

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I wonder if they have figured out their dissimilar metals problem (for reference:

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You'd hope so. That was over 3 years ago with different AIO... so fingers crossed!

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Indeed one would think, though I am always skeptical if a company just hoped people would forget and they could change the name so nobody would easily search the issue.

Of course like 20 years ago I was always skeptical of the brand, then they hit the market with the first full coverage threadripper AIO while literally almost everyone else was on asetek with a much smaller coldplate than the IHS. Then hose AIOs went crummy.

I am a big fan of infinity mirrors though so they have that going for them!

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Indeed one would think, though I am always skeptical if a company just hoped people would forget...

Many companies have gone through this with various products, not just liquid coolers. ASRock, ASUS, MSI, CoolerMaster, certainly Gigabyte... Nearly every major company. What is critical, in my opinion, is how these issues are handled. If the issue is handled promptly with no cost to the end user then that is ideal. However, if the company requires the user to pay for two-way shipping and then wait while they test the product only to reply 6 months later that it was probably a user error (if they ever reply at all), this is clearly not acceptable.

I don't have first-hand experience with Enermax customer service. But the reports generally indicate that they would fall into that second category.

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EarthDog

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+1 ^^

To me, the biggest concern here was that they said it was fixed in another updated line, but turns out it wasn't. My thought was time heals all wounds....... :p :rofl:. Being serious, I just imagine they have learned their lesson. I'd buy one and 'roll the dice' if that was still in my head...but really don't think it's a problem today in the new lines.

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Hopefully they switched manufacturers entirely. I think a decade ago maybe the number of cores and the performance gains could have been predicted, but I doubt anyone would have predicted that water cooling would have gone from pulling heater cores out of the junkyard to every company marketing their own ready to go out of the box water cooler.

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