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Liqmax II 240
500 - 2000 RPM
16 - 35 dB
Yes - 240 mm
- 18 points
- 41 months ago
from completed build Onyx (First Build)
Keeps my 6600k at 46-47 ° C under load when clocked @4.5GHz....very quiet....80 bucks...not much more I could ask for
- 11 points
- 43 months ago
from completed build The First Build!
This cooler is very effective. The only thing is, is that you might wanna leave the CPU fan coolers on smart mode, where raises the RPM when the temp rises. I maxed out the fan RPM, and boy are they loud. I mean what can say, when its at max speeds, it will probably be loud.
- 9 points
- 4 months ago
from completed build The Derelict (2017)
Excellent cooler. Impressive build quality. Had a little trouble with the mounting system for AM4, but nothing serious.
- 8 points
- 29 months ago
from completed build Second gaming PC
I was honestly scared to buy this at first, as it had very little reviews in English on youtube, I got it for $75 USD with a $15 rebate on Newegg so it was hard to pass up. Once installed this cooler showed awesome temps for my Ryzen 3 1200 @4.0Ghz. Tubing is rigid witch made my install a little rough but other than that, ditch the stock fans and get a good pair of Corsair SP and this AIOcooler is a beast.
- 7 points
- 52 months ago
from completed build AMD POWAH
Keeps my CPU cool, but it's loudest part in my build.
Edit: Pump died after a bit more than 2 years later
- 6 points
- 32 months ago
from completed build Peanut's Enermax Gaming PC
I shopped around and became familiar with the various AIOs out there that would serve me well while trying out overclocking with an i7. When I came upon the Enermax Liqumax II 240 I was flabbergasted (yah, I slipped that word in here :)). This AIO is a beast. I was so impressed with it's build quality in addition to it's heft. Of course, I can't justify this purchase based on my stated purpose of dedicated gaming with some average efforts at overclocking. Everything about it screams overkill from it's industrial tubing and monstrous 240 radiator. Obviously I could have saved myself from the waste of money by not investing in a double length radiator but where is the fun in that?
Also, while it is rather plain and industrial looking (which was a definite plus in my book) the CPU water block sports a rad white LED logo that indicates that it is in operation mode. In fact, I like the bright LED Enermax logo so much that I decided against adding any more LEDs and/or RGBs (yes the rhyming here is intentional).
Oh, did also mention it cools my overclocked CPU pretty well?