|Item model number||ETS-N31-02|
|Item Weight||12.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||4 x 3 x 5 inches|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||4 x 3 x 5 inches|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||March 2, 2017|
Enermax ETS-N30 ll Compact Intel/AMD CPU Cooler with Direct Heat Pipes, ETS-N31-02
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- Maximum COMPATIBILITY: compact size structure gives users greater flexibility in selecting chassis
- Patented VGF (Vortex generator Flow) to increase air convection around the heat pipes
- Unique air path creating high VEF (Vacuum Effect) to optimize the airflow
- Hdtv (heat-pipe direct touch) technology ensures rapid thermal Conduction and eliminates CPU hot spots quickly
- Cpu support: Intel LGA 775/1150/1151/1155/1156/1366, AMD AM4/AM3/AM3+/AM2/AM2+/FM1/FM2/FM2+; 130W TDP cooling capacity. Air flow - 32.8 CFM. Noise level - 24.5 decibels
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Enema ETS-N31 is an effective cooling solution for entry-level systems. With its compact-size design, ETS-N31 provides superb compatibility with chassis and RAM modules. The heat sink incorporates with patented VGF (Vortex generator Flow), VEF (Vacuum effect), and HDT (heat pipe direct touch) design to ensure Rapid heat dissipation and remove hot spots on CPU swiftly. Ets-n31, an ultra-compact CPU cooler, is perfect to small chassis.
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The aftermarket CPU cooler is still going strong. Idle temps are between 35 - 40 C. Load temps are 50 - 60 C. This is without cleaning the heatsink, fan or reapplying new thermal paste. Temps have only went up 3 -5 C on idle and load temps in the last 15 months. If I did proper cleaning, I can guarantee it would drop those temps 3 - 5 C.
I'm looking at building a new PC soon, I may buy the same exact model and snap it on the Ryzen 7 2600 CPU.
My PC I built is 9 years old. I have the first gen i7 Intel Processor (920) on a AsRock X58 Deluxe motherboard. Yeah, it's old and ran good until recently. It was shutting down because the CPU temps were exceeding over 100 C during 100% load. I did a complete overhaul on cleaning and maintenance. I even applied new Arctic Silver 5 thermal paste to the CPU. My CPU temps went at 60 C idle to about 50 C. However 100% load was between 70-80 C. It's an improvement BUT it's far to hot. I know thermal paste needs about 48 hours of CPU usage to work properly. 45 C or higher on idle isn't acceptable in my book. I ordered this bad boy and slapped it on. It's such a big difference compared to Intel's piece of junk stock coolers. My idle temps are hanging around 35-40 C and during 100% load it reaches 50-55 C currently. It's dropped my CPU temps instantly. I should see even cooler temps once the Arctic Silver 5 is done doing it's magic (Bring CPU temps down a further 5-8 C). Whether you have a new or old processor, I highly recommend spending the money (which is not a lot at all) to keep your CPU nice and cooled!
P.S: Motherboards are well designed in today's market but my AsRock X58 Deluxe is 9 years old. Installing the last clasp was TERRIBLE. I thought I was going to break the heatsink/fan or bend the motherboard capacitors sitting below. I evenly held a lot of pressure down on the heatsink/fan while getting the last clasp on to snap it in properly. Just make you line everything up properly before applying a lot of pressure. If you slip, you may damage your motherboard.
The main reason I went with this is because of its size. I'm using a microITX tower. Do yourself a favor and spend a bit more on something with a larger fan that can push more air.
The mounting hardware is cheap plastic, but if you place it carefully and don't force it, it works fine. There is no backmount to install, the cooler is held to the motherboard by the rivets.
Also, the install method is different for some of the fans. The ETS-N31-02 I bought is literally impossible to install and feels incredibly cheap.
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I tried the only other air cool device which claimed to work for Ryzen, that was "small" (it was both larger and heavier than this one), by DeepCool and suffered through heating issues due to the poor design (round contact for the square processor) which left gaps that the heat-sink did not make contact with.
After installing this cooler, I was impressed with how easy it locked in, and the contact it made with the processor was perfect with no wiggle. The weight makes it especially good as it puts about the same amount of stress on the board as your ram, and does not require a special bracket.
As for temperature, my Ryzen 1700X is now running on average around 26-27 C, and when doing heavy activity (gaming, rendering, etc) it peaks out around 40 C. This is much better than expected.
The copper contact with the processor is also very smooth and completely flush with the other metal. I was considering switching to Intel processors due to lack of a decent air solution that doesn't cover your components or put unnecessary strain with or without a back-plate. This cooler has made using a Ryzen chip "normal" again.
THANK YOU !!!
Reviewed in Mexico on November 3, 2017
Not a real easy install. Clips are a little hard to set, but very secure,