Two things are becoming increasingly popular in the computer hardware market: RGB lighting and AiO CPU coolers. Enermax merges these two trends and introduces the AquaFusion 240, a controllable RGB-AiO-CPU cooler. In our test, we want to find out how the AquaFusion performs and which of the two trends Enermax does better justice to.
The Enermax AquaFusion 240 is available since the beginning of 2019. There is also a small variant, the Enermax AquaFusion 120, whose radiator can only hold one instead of two 120mm fans. According to the description 320 W can be dissipated with the small model and 350 W with the large model.
|Dimensions:||274 x 120 x 27 mm|
|Material:||Aluminium (painted black)|
|Base plate material:||Nickel plated copper|
|Hose length:||400 mm|
|Intel socket:||LGA 2066, 2011-3, 2011, 1366, 1156, 1155, 1151, 1150|
|AMD socket:||AM4, AM3+, AM3, AM2+, AM2, FM2+, FM2, FM1|
|Type:||2x 120 mm (SquA RGB)|
|Speed:||500 – 2,000 rpm|
|Delivery volume:||40.5 – 173.6 m³/h|
|Static pressure:||0.7 – 3.6 mmH2O|
|Volume:||17 – 32.6 dB(A)|
|Connection:||4-pin PWM, 4-pin RGB|