From such a large cooler of course you would expect a brutal cooling performance. Whether with the cooler this expectation is justified, we now clarify for you.
Test Setup …
As a test system, the following configuration is used: Intel Core i7 2600K @ 4012 MHz with 1.19 Volt Asus P8P67 Pro Rev 3.1 4x 4 GB DDR3-1600 MSI GeForce 780ti Seasonic Platinum 760 Watt PSU CM Storm Stryker case Windows 7 Ultimate 64 Bit Service Pack 1
Following testing software is used: Prime95 V27.9 Core Temp 1.0 RC6 Asus AiSuite2
Thermal compound:Cooler Master X1 Extreme Fusion 9,5W/mK.
This test also was performed in an air conditioned room. The typical 20 ° C were set and the cooling was subjected to stress tests. We have again tested the silent mode and turbo mode for you. First, the idle temperature was again measured at 500 rpm, and thereafter at the maximum speed.
Enermax Liqtech 240 test results …
Although the radiator has a very low profile, he has a very good cooling performance, which shows the temperature in the following chart.
The pump unit is to be heard barely in operation. Unfortunately, the generated dismantled fan on maximum rotation a loud rattle (Edit: According to Enermax this may be the result of deattaching the magnet and the axis. Just push the rotor gently out of the fan). In general it can be said that the fans of the Enermax 240 Liqtech are not really quiet. But using the small slide switch on the fan can reduce noise to a moderate level.
Enermax Liqtech 240 Result and general impression …