Final Words & Conclusion
- Excellent Quality Product
- Bonus Features
- Decent Cooling Performance
- Very Reasonable Price
- Batwing 2 Fans with APS Control
- Loud Noise at high RPM
The Liqmax II 120S has showed potential to perform very good at extreme environment. Ranking charts are the proof of it as it manages to place at third spot right next to Reeven Ouranos and Noctua U14S. Performance wise, I have found this small AIO, a fierce and solid for mild to high overclocking. On the other hand, Enermax Liqmax II 120S has capacity to support Intel socket up to 2011. Adding to this, the cooler has an uncompromised top notch build quality as Enermax well known for it.
While there are so many likings, one of the noticeable drawback I felt was the lousy fan while operating at full spectrum under extreme loads. When fans are forced to run at 2200 RPM it makes the cooler noisy, however, we still can control it via APS or AI Suite III but, of course, with sacrificing the performance a bit.
The Liqmax II 120S is retailing at $54 at amazon. The several add-On features have added up the price. Performance does have impact on price, but additional features of fans could run for more money. If you’re looking for icy cool performance for your mild overclock Rig and lots of add-Ons to enjoy the product, Enermax Liqmax II 120S should be top of your consideration list.