Enermax Liqmax 120S


Today we are usually used to seeing these AIO CPU Coolers and it is hard for companies to stand out with innovation and distinctiveness. Enermax has come up with two versions of their newest CPU Cooling products with model numbers – ELC-LM120S-TAA and ELC-LM120S-HP. Both the versions have the same radiator and pump assembly, but the TAA comes with a T.B.Apollish Advance fan with Blue LED illumination, where as the HP, or High Pressure version comes with Twister Pressure fan for improved static pressure on the radiator fins.


Both the fans are standard 120mm with RPM range from 600 to 2500 revolutions, controlled via PWM. Appolish Advance fan has a max airflow of 179,7 m3/h and static pressure of 3.7 mm-H2O at max speed versus the 188.7 m3/h and 7.4 H2O static pressure of the Twister pressure fan. There are three different speed options:

  • Silent Mode
  • Performance Mode
  • Overclock Mode

The pump on both units is with ceramic bearing and patented copper cold plate with Shunt Channel Technology (wide channel breaks through the standard micro-fin structure). At 12 volts the motor of the pump is making 2300 RPM. On the cooling block itself there is Enermax’s logo that lights in blue color. Moving along the way there are 310mm long tubes made of durable FEP – Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene. The radiator is made from aluminium with dimension of D 32 x W 120 x H 156 without a fan installed. The whole cooling solution weighs 505 grams, with no fan mounted.



Enermax Liqmax 120S has compatibility with both Intel and AMD platforms

  • Intel® LGA 775/1150/1155/1156/1366/2011
  • AMD® AM2/AM2+/AM3/AM3+/FM1/FM2/FM2+


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  1. Reply Dk_vr 08.12.2013 at 16:44

    Indeed the AIO looks nice. For it’s performance we will have to read other reviews

  2. Reply Antonio 07.12.2013 at 17:43

    Seems interesting. Waiting for the review if any).

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