Conclusion

The Enermax ETD-T60-TB cooler has proved to be one of the top contenders to beat on the air cooling market. Not only have Enermax made a design that works fantastically in performance, but have made a attractive and cool looking air cooler with a patented rotary magnetic design and self lubricating bearings, making the cooler life and quality run for longer.

Two things are of concern when it comes to the Enermax ETD-T60-TB, which are one; the integration with high profile RAM, and two; the noise level that is produced from the fan. We are running and dual fan ASUS Radeon HD 6970 2GB GPU in the system, of which is load enough with a small hum, but the noise from the GPU was overcome as the Enermax ETD-T60-TB’s fan surpassed its noise levels. No PWM fan adapter is included with this cooler so fan noise is standard as is spins at a 800-1800. The specs say that the fan gives off 10-21dB which is much lower than the VD version with LED lights as it claims 16-26dB noise level, unfortunately we have to claim that the fans rated dB level was not experience here at HardwareLOOK. However just make sure you have a good quality case with no more than five external fan and you should get with blocking that noise inside your chassis.

The performance for the Enermax ETD-T60-TB is unquestionable, without a doubt, if you are looking to buy a new air cooler, you should seriously be considering the new model on Enermax’s new upcoming cooler army.

 

HardwareLOOK awards the Enermax ETD-T60-TB with a 10/10 Gold Award and our Editors Choice Award.