That’s not an air cooler! Enermax reveals their AQUACore CPU cooling concept at Computex

Enermax’s AQUACore CPU cooling concept promises great thermals despite its compact size

Enermax has shown us what may be the most interesting CPU cooler of Computex 2024. Meet the Enermax AQUACore, a compact liquid cooling solution that sits within the form factor of an 120mm air cooler.

This small CPU cooler is said to be able to handle CPUs with TDPs of up to 280W. That’s a lot of cooling power for such a small product. Additionally, Enermax has marketed this cooler as having an “anti-leak” design, as it is a completely sealed unit with no tubing. This makes this all-in-one liquid cooling solution a lot more durable than its competitors.

Another interesting aspect of this CPU cooler is its integrated digital status screen. This screen can show users details like real-time CPU and GPU thermals. It also has an alert system that can warn users if their PC is overheating. Note that this screen is a simple digital screen, not an LCD. That limits the amount of data that the Enermax AQUACore can showcase. That said, do you really need your CPU cooler to show you anything more than your CPU’s thermals?

You can join the discussion on Enermax’s AquaCore CPU cooler on the OC3D Forums. You can also look at Enermax’s latest PC cases here.

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