Enermax presents ETS-N300II CPU cooler for compact systems

Enermax presents ETS-N300II CPU cooler for compact systems

The company Enermax, which is well known for making power supply units, has presented the ETS-N30II CPU cooler, which is designed for small form factor PCs where space is limited. This is the reason why the new ETS-N30II CPU cooler measures 95 x 77.5 x 137.2 mm but despite its humble dimensions the new Enermax cooler can cool down processors with TDP of up to 150W.

The ETS-N30II CPU cooler is available in two versions. The first one is called N30R-TAA and sports a 92 mm cooling fan with twelve integrated blue LEDs. The fan spins at 800-2800 rpm and pushes up to 50.79 cubic feet of air per minute at noise levels that reach 27 dB. The second version is called N30R-HE. This one comes with a regular 92 mm fan that spins at the same 800-2800 rpm. Thanks to minor changes in this fan it is capable or pushing up to 55.39 cubic feet of air per minute at noise levels that do not exceed 28 dB. The N30R-HE, however, comes with a special fan controller too, which can slow down the cooling fan to 600-1800 rpm, which lowers the emitted noise to 12-20 dB. In both ETS-N30II versions the fans can be easily taken out and changed, if need arises.

The rest of the specs of both versions coincide. The coolers come with aluminum heat sinks as well as three 6 mm copper heat pipes that have direct contact with the CPU underneath. The coolers also come with Dow Corning TC-5121 thermal grease and are fully compatible with all modern Intel and AMD processors.

No word on pricing as of now.

Source: Enermax

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