Enermax has announced a white Aquafusion ADV 360mm AIO CPU cooler featuring its dual-chamber pump and SquA RGB ADV fans for maximum performance and silence.
Following in the footsteps of 120mm and 240mm Aquafusion coolers, Enermax is now releasing its biggest format in white to complete its competitively priced range. The 360mm Aquafusion ADV radiator is made of aluminium measuring 394mm x 120mm x 27mm, connecting to a copper baseplate and cooled by three 120mm fans capable of delivering up to 79.8 CFM of airflow and 3.6mmH2O static pressure at 32.6dBA / 2,000rpm. These can go as low as 500rpm for silent 15dBA operation.
With these coolers, Enermax aims for what it calls a sleek and futuristic design, starting with the pump housing which features an RGB-lit infinity mirror, followed by the SquA RGB ADV fans and their RGB frame outline, giving a smooth glow to surrounding hardware. Nice choices overall, and the aesthetic is especially effective in a white-themed build.
According to Enermax, the 360mm model can achieve a 380W TDP cooling capacity. That’s enough to handle even the most demanding consumer CPUs available, assuming you have no plans to break frequency world records using a Core i9-13900K. But in all seriousness, a 380W capacity is more than enough for any daily tasks or high-end gaming, with headroom to spare.
Compatible with Intel’s LGA 1700/1200/115x/2066/2011/2011-3/1366 plus AMD’s AM5/AM4/AM3+/FM2+/FM1 sockets, Enermax’s white Aquafusion ADV AIO CPU cooler series will currently set you back around £70 for a 120mm radiator and £95 for a 240mm. Pricing for the 360mm model hasn’t yet been revealed, but given that existing white models have effectively matched their black counterparts at retail, we suspect the newcomer will fetch around £115.