Enermax cuts prices of Liqmaxflo (SR) liquid coolers

Enermax Liqmaxflo (SR) liquid coolers have become cheaper. Some quite significantly

The Liqmaxflo and Liqmaxflo SR AIOs came out just last month and they’ve already had their original prices reduced. These have gone down for selected models by around 4 to 16%. The biggest price drop is on the top model with a 420mm radiator, which owners of the most powerful processors shouldn’t overlook. But smaller, more popular models for mainstream cases are also cheaper. Check out the full overview.

Within the lower Liqmaxflo SR range with 27 mm thick radiators and fans without ARGB lighting, the price has changed for the model with a 240 mm radiator (ELC-LMF240-SF), from 89.90 EUR to 79.90 EUR. The remaining two models of this series (Liqmaxflo SR) remain at the original prices, which means 69.90 EUR (ELC-LMF120-SF) and 109.90 EUR (ELC-LMF360-SF).

* This is the manufacturer’s suggested retail price including tax. Store prices may not exactly match it and may be higher or lower.

A complete price cut occurred only with the Liqmaxflo line of coolers, which have a thicker radiator compared to the Liqmaxflo SR (extra thick, with 38 mm) and lighted fans.

While the ELC-LMF360-ARGB model with a 360-millimeter radiator (we’ve also tested this one) dropped only 5 EUR (from 129.90 to 124.90), for the 420 mm variant ELC-LMF420-ARGB you should save around 25 EUR compared to the launch price. With a price of 134.90 EUR, this cooler will have a very attractive price/performance ratio for a high-end AIO. It can be especially attractive for owners of high-end processors with enormous power draw, such as the Intel Core i9-14900K.

The Enermax Liqmaxflo 420 is thus one of the most powerful solutions (with the highest cooling performance, the stated TDP is up to 420 W) outside of modular custom loops. But due to the above-standard dimensions of this liquid cooler, above-standard mounting positions in cases are also required. Of the models you can install in almost any case, even the 240mm ELC-LMF240-ARGB is cheaper. It has a new price of 99.90 EUR.

English translation and edit by Jozef Dudáš


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