Review: Enermax Liqmaxflo 360 AIO cooler

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AMD Ryzen 9 7900X Baseline test

It’s time for the essence of this review. The Enermax Liqmaxflo 360 should be enough for CPUs from the Pentium to the Core i7 Hexa-core or even the Core i9 Octa-core and the AMD Ryzen family. We ran the test at the default frequencies. First up is the IDLE temperature, measured when the CPU does next to nothing, just waiting for the user to take action. 


There are no significant differences in this case.


This LCS cooler offers great performance. It’s becoming more interesting here, and you can see some differences. The ambient temperature was about 22°C, affecting cooling performance, but we tested the previous coolers in similar conditions. You don’t want the CPU above 80-85 degrees at default frequencies; otherwise, you can assume that the cooler is undoubtedly doing an inferior job. We’ll show you the Intel platform on the next page.

Noise normalized results (35 dBA)


Some coolers cannot keep the temperature below the threshold of 95 degrees.

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