Huge Range of Cooling Hardware from Antec at Computex 2016
Peter Donnell / 3 years ago
Antec have a solid history for competitively priced and well performing cooling products, so it makes sense that they would expand on their range at this years Computex. On display, they’ve got a robust looking set of custom loop water cooling hardware.
First up, three copper radiators, the RCT120, RCT240, and the RCT360. Each comes with full copper fins, brass tubing, G1/4″ connectors and 6-32 mountings.
Their new pumps, the P450-130 and the P450-180 are 136mm and 182mm tall respectively, both 70mm in diameter and each 0ne has 2 x G1/4″ fittings. Both pumps deliver 450l/h, a 2.4m lifting height and run at DC12V via SATA @ 6w.
Moving onto air cooling, we’ve got the Elegent Slim, a low profile cooler that will be ideal for SFF type builds where space is limited.
The Elegent Single has a similar design but uses a vertical tower, although both models support a 140mm fan.
The Elegent B-Twin is pretty self explanatory, the same design in a dual tower format, allowing for higher TDP and additional fans for improved cooling performance.
Nothing too exciting here, but a pretty robust looking range of budget friendly coolers.
The new Mercury 120, featuring a new Antec designed pump on what looks to be the same 600 series radiator and fan combo from last years model.
The biggest change to the series beyond the pump, is that there is now also a 360mm model, a big step up from last years 120/240mm range.