SFF Network Enermax and LEPA at Computex 2017

Aibohphobia

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Enermax, once a major player in the enthusiast ATX PSU market, unfortunately settled into obscurity over the past few years. Determined to change this, they have put a lot of development into new products, some of which are decidedly intriguing. Along with their sister brand LEPA, they put on a solid showing at Computex 2017.
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Phuncz

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Yeah I also expected more calipers in the images. Or atleast a story about someone having his caliper confiscated. So I guess no one had the Mitutoyo logo tattooed either ? It's like the millimeters don't count anymore :'(
 

Aibohphobia

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Yeah, that was our bad for not getting more measurements.

One of my plans for CES is to have a quick draw caliper holster to measure all the things! :D
 
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Mackan

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One of few nice looking black coolers. I don't understand why not more manfucturers make them black. If the fan could be attached with screws instead of clips, it would be perfect.
 

Curiosity

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Looks like a really promising cooler.
The only thing I wish was different was that the bottom fin stack/ heatpipes weren't there, if they weren't, it might be pretty much what dan is trying to make.
 

Wolf_LikeMe

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Black plating is more expensive and is more difficult to QC.
Plating or anodizing? Fins should be easy to blacken since they are generally aluminium, not sure about the heatpipes, guess that just depends on what ones are used..
 

Aibohphobia

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I think that manufacturers don't anodize the fins first since they get soldered to the heatpipes since I can't recall ever seeing a black anodized heatsink.