G.Skill announced its first PC cooling system, ENKI, which also becomes the company’s first water cooling system. As indicated, this is a high-performance liquid cooling solution available in 240, 260 and 360 mm variants. They are made of aluminum and promise higher density than the competition. They also promise a higher density of the copper channels through which the coolant passes in the CPU block.

The 120mm fans offer a 9-blade design with speed up to 2100 RPM promise to deliver airflow up to 93.5 CFM with a static pressure of 1.86 mmH2O and noise of 29.6 dbA. The 140 mm fan is even more interesting, at 2000 RPM it promises to move an air flow of up to 102.5 CFM with a static pressure of 3.5 mmH2O with noise of 39.5 dBA.

The information of the G.Skill ENKI is completed with 420 mm long braided nylon protected tubes with a diameter of 8 mm to increase the flow of coolant, the water pump is capable of operating at 5000 RPM, we have an ARGB lighting system in the water pump, accompanied by a server grade thermal compound. The new AIO is compatible with Intel LGA1200, LGA20XX, LGA115X, LGA1366 and AMD AM4, AM3 (+), AM2, (FM + 2) and FM1, have a 5-year warranty and will go on sale in 2021.

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