Antec unveiled its latest All-in-One liquid cooling systems for CPUs, the Vortex 240 and 360 ARGB.
The new AiOs are equipped with a new generation pump at the top of which there is a particular lighting that returns a spiral effect that recalls the idea of a vortex.
Specifically designed using high density EPDM pipes, a massive copper cooling plate and radiators equipped with 13 rows of fins, the Vortex are designed to offer high performance and longer life.
The fans used are ARGB Fusion PWMs characterized by twelve-sided lighting with 16 LEDs for high-impact visual effects, hydraulic bearings for silent operation and an innovative airflow acceleration channel.
The Fusion have dimensions of 120x120x25mm, a rotation speed between 600 and 2,000 RPM, a maximum air flow of 57.93 CFM and a static pressure of 2.11 mmH2O.
The included ARGB controller also works in tandem with the motherboard, allowing the customization of each individual LED in terms of color and effect applied.
Compatibility is ensured for Intel LGA 115X, 1200, 1700 and 20XX and AMD AM3, AM4 and TR4 sockets.
The Antec Vortex are available from today starting at 89 euros.
Source: Nexthardware All by www.nexthardware.com.
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