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Enermax Aquafusion ADV Series AIO Review

Rating: 8.0.

A name you will not have heard much on the channel recently is Enermax, but that's about to change today as we have two of their Aquafusion ADV series AIO coolers in for review. Both the 240mm and 360mm Aquafusion ADV coolers offer 120mm PWM fans, ARGB lighting effects and an infinity mirror CPU block design. They also come in with very competitive pricing which makes them direct competitors to the likes of DeepCool, Arctic and Endorfy. But how will the Enermax Aquafusion ADV compare in terms of performance? Let’s take a look.

Timestamps:

00:00 Start
00:52 Overview / availabilty / pricing
02:06 Features / support
02:52 In the box / fan details
06:03 Radiator / pump / cooler
09:25 Installation
13:40 Testing Methodology updates
14:13 Noise output
14:46 CPU Temp Manual OC, 100% fans
15:24 CPU Temp Manual OC (40dBa)
15:55 CPU Temp and Clocks – PBO
16:34 James Closing Thoughts

Enermax Aquafusion ADV series AIOs have been around for a while, the coolers launched around September 2022 but we thought they looked interesting enough to check out now as we have not seen any Enermax products for a while. Aquafusion AIOs are equipped with a dual chamber pump housing, ARGB lighting effects on both the pump block and fans, as well as a 3D infinity mirror style CPU block top design. The coolers are available in 120mm, 240mm and 360mm sizes to offer a solution for all CPU power ratings.

The most interesting thing about Aquafusion AIOs is the price. The range is available in the U.S. and across parts of Europe, the MSRP price of the coolers is very competitive with the 360mm coming in under $120, the 240mm at $99 and the 120mm version is just $79. However, if you shop around you will find them for sale even cheaper. For example, the 360mm version can be picked up on Amazon.de for €101.15 currently which sounds like an absolute bargain and put these coolers in direct competition with the likes of DeepCool, Arctic and Endorfy in our performance tests.

Enermax Aquafusion ADV Series features:

  • A patented dual chamber water block design that isolates the pump from heat to prolong its lifespan.
  • Acrylic pump top cover with Enermax Luminous Aurabelt 3D layer design infinity mirror for unique RGB effects.
  • The included 120mm SquA RGB fans feature PWM speed control, ARGB lighting and a vortex frame design to generate stronger air pressure.

Enermax Aquafusion ADV 360 Specifications:

  • Compatible Sockets: Intel LGA 1700/1200/115x/2066/2011/2011-3/1366 AMD AM5/AM4/AM3+/FM2+/FM1
  • Cold plate Material: Copper
  • Radiator Material: Aluminium
  • Radiator Dimension: 394 x 120 x 27 mm
  • Pump Bearing: Ceramic Bearing
  • Pump MTBF: 50,000 Hours
  • Tubing length: 400mm
  • Fan Connector: 4-pin PWM + 3 Pin ARGB connection
  • Fan Speed: 500-2000 (±10 %) rpm
  • Fan Airflow: 39~79.8 CFM
  • Fan static Pressure:67~3.6 mm-H2O
  • Fan Max Noise: 15~32.6 dBA
  • Fan MTTF: ≧ 100,000 hrs
  • Fan Dimensions: 120 x 120 x 26 mm
  • Warranty: 5 years

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