Enermax announce a new bottom-flow CPU cooler
Andy Ruffell / 7 years ago
Enermax has introduced today their latest down flow CPU cooler, the ETD-T60.
Featuring a thermal resistance breakthrough of 0.12°C/W, the ETD-T60 also features a hand full of technologies to improve the cooling efficiency at its best.
Featuring a crossing pattern of six 6mm heat-pipes, this allows for enhancement in soldering technology for a perfect thermal conduction. In addition to the unique VGF, VEF and Twister-bearing fan, the ETD-T60 features Enermax’s latest AAP universal brackets.
Already seen on their latest coolers, these technologies improve cooling efficiency:
- Vortex Generator Flow or VGF are small generators applied around the heat-pipes that allow for the air to reach the reach the windless areas conventional coolers can’t;
- Vacuum Effect Flow or VEF is a simple differential pressure technique used to suck the air to create an air channel with the fin flaps of the heatsink;
- Auto Adjustable Pressure or AAP is the latest one, featuring support for various CPU sockets, it allows for the perfect force to be applied on the CPU by the cooler for optimizing the heat conduction, which can see itself reduced when too much or not enough force is applied.
The ETD-T60 comes in two separate versions; the ETD-T60-TB features a simple 120mm PWM Twister bearing fan with two metal clips and the ETD-T60-VD featuring a 120mm PWM Twister bearing fan equipped with red and blue circular LED with eleven switchable lighting mode and a fan cover mount. Both come at a respective price of $59 and $69.