Product on Review: Enermax LIQFUSION RGB
Street Price: GBP £149.95 / USD $149.95
Enermax are a well-known brand for producing PSUs and are highly regarded within the computer enthusiast sphere for such, however, they have their lesser known sectors in the form of CPU coolers, cases and even some peripherals. Today, after a seven year gap since our last Enermax review, we’re looking at Enermax’s latest watercooling loop, the Enermax LIQFUSION RGB.
Enermax have already released the 240mm version of the LIQFUSION RGB but today we delve into the ins and outs of the 360mm, featuring a patented RGB water block with flow indicator, three 120mm RGB PWM fans and a tube-mounted pump for quiet operation.
RGB lighting, which is very important to many users, can be operated automatically via your motherboard headers with support for ASUS Aura Sync, Gigabyte RGB Fusion, AS Rock Polychrome Sync and MSI Mystic Light; or if your motherboard doesn’t support RGB, Enermax include a SATA-powered controller.
Enermax have told us the cooler will RRP at £149.95/$149.95 in the UK/US, putting it right in the pricing range of the Corsair H150i Pro RGB.
With the unorthodox positioning of the water pump and fancy RGB lighting, the LIQFUSION certainly presents itself well, let’s see how it performs in our test rig.
Enermax on the LIQFUSION RGB:
LIQFUSION, an individually addressable RGB liquid cooler for Intel and AMD CPU platforms, is built with an exclusive RGB-sync water-block featuring patented flow indicator, which enables the user to easily monitor the status of coolant flow. Together with visually appealing ENERMAX addressable RGB fans, LIQFUSION can create unique, vivid RGB lighting effects. The addressable RGB water cooler is designed to sync the RGB lighting with selected GIGABYTE, MSI and ASROCK motherboards with addressable RGB headers. Meanwhile, LIQFUSION also includes integrated RGB control box for non RGB-Sync motherboards.