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Enermax ELC120-TA CPU Water Cooler for Socket 1155 / 1156 / 1366 / 2011 / AM2 / AM2 + / AM3 / AM3+ LED Appolish Blue

by Enermax

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Technical Details
BrandEnermax
Item Weight998 g
Product Dimensions35.4 x 23.5 x 14 cm
Item model numberELC120-TA
  
Additional Information
ASINB009GPCNNC
Best Sellers Rank 171,014 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.5 Kg
Date First Available13 Oct. 2012
  
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Product Description

With a 120 mm cooling fan, the ELC120TA cooling system from Enermax is perfect for maintaining your processor's temperature.

With a watercooling system, the Enermax ELC120TA has three modes (800-1500/1800/2200 rpm).

General:

Product Type : Liquid cooling system

Heatsink & Fan:

Compatible With : Socket 775, Socket 1156, Socket AM2, Socket AM2+, Socket 1366, Socket AM3, Socket 1155, Socket AM3+, Socket 2011, Socket FM1, Socket FM2

Heatsink Material : Aluminium and copper

Heatsink Dimensions : 151 mm x 120 mm x 32 mm

Fans Qty : 2

Fan Diameter : 120 mm

Fan Height : 25 mm

Fan Bearing : Twister Bearing

Rotation Speed : 800-2200 rpm

Air Flow : 63.3-92.9 cfm

Noise Level : 25.5-32.8 dBA

Power Connector : 4-pin PWM plug

Rated Voltage : 12 V

Rated Current : 0.45 A

Features : Blue LEDs, manual fan speed control, Pulse-width modulation (PWM) support, Quad-Shunt Channel, Tri-Cooling Mode, Long-Life Pump

Miscellaneous:

Mounting Kit : Included

MTBF : 50,000 hour(s)

Compliant Standards : RoHS

Manufacturer Warranty:

Service & Support : 2 years warranty

Service & Support Details : Limited warranty - 2 years

(free converter plug included if required)


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if your looking to replace your old fan and heat sink and go over to water cooling then this product is very good for the price,
it was not to hard to fit yet i did not see how to fit it to the case yet i did not need to it is simpley fits in were my optical drives would be, only down side is now have no optical dirve.
only thing i would say the 2 fans supplied are pants, lucky for me i had a huge and extremely powerful fan that i have used to keep the radiator cool and kept the hot air away from the case and pushing it out the front of the case instead my old heat sink i was able to clock my cpu to 3.9 ghz before it got to hot , with this water cooling system i have been able to run it to 4.9 ghz maybe more and stays around 42 c what is not to bad , great product for the price if you are thinking of taking the plunge to water cooling go with one of these.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By bairdsy on 5 May 2014
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The cooler was delivered next day as promised and has taken my CPU from running at 85 degrees + to 55 degrees or so. I could not be happier with this product.
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Amazon.com: 1 review
Very cool... :-) 26 Nov. 2013
By Quentin Tubbs - Published on Amazon.com
I did NOT buy this from Amazon. I bought from a Local Store, and I love it. This thing keeps my computer running nice and cool all the time.

I am running an i7-3770K - 1155 socket and my idle to light load temperature is 26-30c and under full load (not overclocked, as I do not know how to) while playing BF4, it runs at 49-50c. I have never seen the temperature go above 52c.

I did modify the mounts, using different screws and two slimline fans, to match this into my case. I was not impressed with the super flimsy Enermax fans that came along with it, so I opted for two Scythe 12x12x10 slimline fans and 3.5mm screws from the local DIY hardware store, and mounted them. The body of the cooler is strong and holds perfectly. The company i bought it from told me it wouldn't work, and I sit here posting to prove them wrong. Ingenuity, as long as you use it appropriately, works most of the time.
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