The entry from Enermax is the ETS-T40-TB. This is a 120 mm single fan tower cooler that features four 6mm heatpipes.
|Compatible Socket||Intel® LGA 775/1150/1155/1156/1366/2011,
|Overall Dimension||139(L) x 93(W) x 160(H)mm|
|Heat Sink Dimension||139(L) x 70(W) x 160(H)mm|
|Heat Pipe||4 x Ø6mm|
|Material||Copper heat pipes, aluminum fins|
|Thermal Grease||Dow Corning® TC-5121|
|Fan Dimension||120 x 120 x 25 mm|
|Fan Speed||800 ~ 1800 RPM|
|Air Flow||37.57 ~ 86.70CFM
63.83 ~ 147.30m3/h
|Static Pressure||0.72 ~ 2.41mmH2O|
|Bearing Type||Twister Bearing|
|Noise||10 ~ 21dBA|
|Connector||4 pin PWM connector|
The packaging for the Enermas ETS-T40 contains multiple imaged of the product. There are a couple of different versions of the cooler and which version is included is detailed on the sides. Detailed specifications and features fill the sides of the packaging.
Enermax packaged everything needed to mount the cooler. More specifically and including the Asus ROG LGA2011 and 1366 sockets known as X-Socket.
Compared to some of the other coolers in this round up, the Enermax ETS-T40 is not as wide or as heavy. The CPU cooler features four copper heatpipes. This cooler comes in at 139x70x160mm and weighs 610g.
Visibility through the cooler is good, so in theory so should airflow. The fins of the Enermax ETS-T40 are pressed onto the heatpipes. Enermax claims a thermal resistance of .09°C/W
The base of the Enermax ETS-T40 is a heat pipe direct touch cooler, This means the heatpipes directly contact the IHS of the CPU. Light machining marks are visible on the base.
Next, center the retention brackets on the installed standoffs. Secure the retention brackets with the included thumbscrews. To install the CPU cooler, place the cross bar across the base of the CPU Cooler. There are two alignment pins in the cross bar that must match up with the alignment holes in the back of the CPU cooler. Place the cross bar and cpu cooler onto the motherboard. Secure the cross bar using the nuts onto the threaded posts on the retention brackets.
Memory clearance of the Enermax ETS-T40 was good and the cooler alone left quite a bit of space between the memory slots. However, attaching the included fan ever so slightly overhung the first memory slot. The fan can be moved vertically to provide enough clearance to install memory in the first slot.
The Enermax ETS-T40 is installed and ready for testing.