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Enermax ETS-T40-BK Black Twister CPU Cooler

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Posted June 24, 2013 by Will in Cooling

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Overview

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Release Date: Mid July 2013
 
Price at time of Review: $49.99
 

WHAT WE LIKED:

Awesome blacked-out looks, great LED fan styling, silent performance.
 

WHAT WE DISLIKED:

Takes up whole first RAM slot and space is tight to the first PCI/PCI-E slot.
 
BOTTOM LINE:
All in all the ETS-T40-BK is an excellent cooler. It looks great, it performs well and is nearly silent under all but the most demanding temps. Clearances are tight in both the RAM and first expansion slot area so be sure to keep this in mind should you chose it for your next build.
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Conclusion

 

The Enermax ETS-T40-BK is a great little cooler. The black TCC coating gives it an awesome appearance that should fit nicely with most system builds.

 

The unique LED arrangement on the fan makes it stand out from the competition.

 

Be sure to keep your clearances in mind when building your system.

All in all the ETS-T40-BK is an excellent cooler. It looks great, it performs well and is nearly silent under all but the most demanding temps. Clearances are tight in both the RAM and first expansion slot area so be sure to keep this in mind should you chose it for your next build. The ETS-T40 Black Twister will be available from most major retailers in the middle of July for $49.99 and comes with a 1-year warranty. With all things considered I’m happy to give the ETS-T40-BK CPU cooler our good hardware award.

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2 Comments


  1.  
    SSB

    When testing coolers is there any way you can make the product being reviewed standout in the charts? It’s easy enough, but not at a glance easy, to see where the cooler is in the charts. All you need to do is underline the cooler being tested in the chart and that should take care of it.

    Examples:
    http://img.techpowerup.org/130624/stock_temps2_1.jpg
    or
    http://img.techpowerup.org/130624/stock_temps2_2.jpg




  2.  

    I’ve been trying to find a way to do that in Excel 2011 for some time now but can’t figure it out. I suppose I could always just add it with Photoshop when I add the watermark, etc. I’ll do that from now on 🙂





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