Enermax Aquafusion ADV 360 + 240 mm LCS coolers review

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Enermax Aquafusion ADV 360 and 240 AIO cooler review

Today, we are reviewing new AIO coolers from Enermax, Aquafusion ADV 360, and ADV 240. The predecessor (Aquafusion 360) was examined two years ago and got the “Great Value” award. How will the new one perform? Let’s begin with the overall presentation. It’s available only in three sizes, the 360 and 240 mm we got, and also in 120 mm. These coolers have an infinity mirror design on the pump’s housing, surrounded by a diffuser for more vivid ARGB lighting. The water block has two chambers to increase the lifespan without compromising efficiency. The Enermax Aquafusion ADV 360 and 240  have three/two Enermax SquA RGB units, using Vortex Frame Technology and downsized hub design, with a fan speed ranging between 500 and 2000 rpm. The maximum airflow is 79.8 CFM. The noise levels do not exceed 32.6 dB(A) for 360 mm and 36.2 dB(A) for the 240 mm variant (but you should remember that almost all manufacturers measure this with their methodology, so you can’t make direct comparisons). Regarding the dimensions, the radiator sizes are 394 x 124 x 27mm (L x W x H) for the bigger version and 274 x 120 x 27 mm (L x W x H) for the smaller one. The supported TDP is 380 W for the 360 mm variant and 360 W for the 240 mm version. The length of the tubes is 400 mm. The Enermax Aquafusion ADV 360 and 240  are compatible with the following CPU sockets:

  • AMD – AM5/AM4 /AM3+/FM2+/FM1
  • Intel – LGA 1700/1200/115x/2066/2011/2011-3/1366

There are two color variants:

  • Black
  • White (for 240 and 120 mm)


 As for the lighting effects, the major brands’ software is supported, but you can also choose them using the bundled Enermax RGB Control Box with ten presets. We want to underline that now we’re using the i9 13900K Raptor Lake processor to check the cooler and AMD Ryzen 9 7900X(previously, there were Intel Core i9 12900K and the Ryzen 7 3700X).


Enermax Aquafusion ADV 360 and 240 are sold at 119.99 USD and 99.99 USD, respectively. The warranty period is five years, so that can be a selling point, as the standard is two years (and only some other manufacturers offer six). So let’s head to the specs/feature page, shall we?

EDIT (13.07)

Starting from August, Enermax is introducing the noise reducer adaptor as a free option for customers! The max data of fan(s) on AQUAFUSION ADV with and without the adaptor are:


Without Adaptor

With Adaptor

Max Fan Speed

2,000 rpm (±10 %) 

1,700 rpm (±10 %) 

Max Fan Air Flow

79.8 CFM

67.1 CFM

Max Fan Static Pressure

3.6 mm-H2O

2.1 mm-H2O

Max Fan Maximum Noise

32.6 dBA

27.4 dBA

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