Antec reveals their Mercury series of RGB CPU liquid coolers

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Antec reveals their Mercury series of RGB CPU liquid coolers

Antec reveals their Mercury series of RGB CPU liquid coolers

Antec has officially unveiled their new mercury series of RGB All-In-One CPU Liquid Coolers, offering support for RGB illumination and radiator sizes of 120mm, 240mm and 360mm. 

These new liquid coolers have an RGB illuminated pump and Mercury series RGB fans, both of which support RGB lighting using a connectable controller unit or using 3rd party control solutions like ASUS Aura Sync and Gigabyte RGB fusion. When the RGB LEDs on each unit are turned off, the pump unit appears white, offering a neat contrast to the unit's black elements. 

Antec's Mercury AIOs will release with five-year warranties, with the pump using a three-phase motor to maximise water circulation while remaining cool and quiet. Power to the units pump can be provided via a PWM connection or by using SATA power cables (using an included adapter). Antec's included Mercury RGB fans have 30 LEDs that can be synced using an RGB hub (included) or using motherboard RGB connections.

PWM fan connectors power Antec's Mercury series RGB fans, with Antec listing these fans with support for speeds between 900 and 1800 RPM. Mercury series AIO liquid coolers will also support all modern sockets, including AM4, TR4, LGA 2066 and LGA 1151. Personally, I would recommend that Threadripper users purchase CPU coolers with bespoke TR4 support, given the processor's ultra-large IHS. 

Antec reveals their Mercury series of RGB CPU liquid coolers  

Antec's Mercury series of AIO liquid coolers will be available for €81, €109 and €136 respectively for the Mercury 120 RGB, Mercury 240 RGB and Mercury 360 RGB.

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Most Recent Comments

31-07-2018, 11:29:41

Not a fan of such a design. Way too tacky for my taste. Personally I prefer Fractal Design's Celsius line of AIO's if I should ever get one again.Quote

01-08-2018, 07:32:07

Not sure if ASUS gonna be happy that Antec uses their design for the Mercury boxart... it's literally the same font with the same style.

All in all definitely not an ugly AIO!Quote

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