( 3.3 Average / 3 Ratings )
Beautiful cooler, will keep the 1920x cool.
The Enermax 280 was my 3rd choice after a significantly discounted EVGA 280 AIO which didn't cut it under overclocking, and then the Noctua NH U14s which had clearance issues with my chosen RAM.
It turns out the Enermax should be the only choice for a mATX case if you're running an overclock. The hardware seems to be very well built, with little details such as the embedded rubber strips on the radiator for vibration dampening being very impressive. The radiator fit right into the front of my chosen case and it keeps my CPU around 35-37 degrees at idle. So far, I've not seen temps breach 60 degrees under load which is an impressive feat.
Unfortunately this AIO failed on me 6 months after the build. As you can see in this picture (https://www.dropbox.com/s/wi1fhaq40ed54ld/2018-09-20%2023.03.59.jpg?dl=0) the fluid got gunked-up and the different metals used in the construction (copper block and aluminium radiator) started to oxidase. I'll so change it to a Noctua AirCooler, if I have clearance :(