Antec is revamping its all-in-one liquid cooling lineup this week with the introduction of the new Mercury RGB series. The latest Mercury AIOs come with RGB lighting, just as the name suggests, and will be available in three sizes, with 120mm, 240mm and 360mm radiator options.
According to Antec, the Mercury series is “engineered to keep the CPU cool for up to 40,000 hours”. That’s not a metric we usually come across in press releases, but Antec is backing it up with a 5-year warranty. You can check out the cooler in the gallery below:
The Mercury RGB series is equipped with non-lubricated graphite bearings and a ceramic axis in a carbon-metal construction. Essentially, they should be built to stand the test of time. Each AIO comes with a PWM RGB LED fan that can be directly synced via a motherboard connection, or through an integrated RGB hub.
The pump uses a closed impeller design and a three-phase motor to enable a high rate of water circulation. Specifically, the pump has a flow rate of 3.5l per minute. The tubing used is PTFE-coated for durability and temperature resistance, you’ll also get nylon braided tube sleeves for aesthetic purposes.
The 120mm Mercury RGB will launch for 81 Euros, the 240mm version will cost 109 Euros and the 360mm one will set you back 136 Euros.
KitGuru Says: We haven’t had a chance to test the Mercury RGB series ourselves yet, but on paper, it does sound like a decent offering. Are any of you looking to upgrade to a new AIO liquid cooler?