Enermax NeoChanger is both a pump and a reservoir

When I think about liquid cooling, Enermax isn't the first company that comes to mind, even though it's been selling AIO coolers for a while now. The company is probably looking to change that perception and is making headway into the custom-loop liquid cooling market with the NeoChanger pump-and-reservoir combo.

The NeoChanger's reservoir portion includes RGB LED lighting that can be configured using the included remote, or through synchronization with popular motherboard lighting control headers. The remote can also be used for controlling the pump's speed, which can be monitored using the digital readout on the front of the NeoChanger.

Enermax's new pump-reservoir combo comes in varieties with 200 ml, 300 ml, or 400 ml capacities. All models can be mounted horizontally or vertically using the included brackets. Fittings aren't included with the pump, so you'll want to provide your own in the standard G1/4 size. You'll be able to pick up a NeoChanger in June. The 200 ml cup will sell for $110, the 300 ml glass will go for $120, and the 400 ml jug will set you back $130.

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    • Waco
    • 3 years ago

    80% of the video is about crap that doesn’t make any performance difference.

    The last bit finally talks performance, but only with the vacuous measurement of “5m” of head lift at 4000 RPM.

    First off, I doubt that it has any realizable flow at 5m up.
    Second, the RPM doesn’t matter at all.

    I’ll stick with my “crappy” non-RGB D5 vario with a decent outlet on it.

    • juzz86
    • 3 years ago

    It’s got an Aluminium pump body, so be careful mixing metals too much!

    Similar to Thermaltake’s WC gear – good execution let down by cheap BoM.

    • cynan
    • 3 years ago

    A whole paragraph dedicated to the RGB lights and other than the reservoir volumes, no mention of any, you know, [b<]tech[/b<] specs. Pump flow rate? Head pressure? Once the best tech journalists in the industry only start caring about the RBG bling, surely a sign that the end really is nigh.

      • morphine
      • 3 years ago

      We’d gladly have offered that information, if it was forthcoming. It’s Computex season, so the word of the day for PR departments everywhere is “fast.”

      • D@ Br@b($)!
      • 3 years ago

      it has a “snelkoppeling” but here you go,

      Model Number ELC-NC100RGB ELC-NC150RGB ELC-NC200RGB
      Dimensions 93.2 x 94 x 195.3 mm 93.2 x 94 x 245.3 mm 93.2 x 94 x 295.3 mm
      Capacity 200 ml 300 ml 400 ml
      Material PPS, Aluminum, PMMA
      Maximum Head Delivery 5.2 m
      Maximum Flow Rate 900 L/h
      Input Voltage 12 V
      Connector SATA
      Pump Speed 1500 ~ 4000 (±10%) RPM
      Screw Thread G1/4″
      Bracket Support Horizontal, Vertical (pre-installed)

      hmmmm, looked different when I typed it!?

    • Wirko
    • 3 years ago

    This makes a perfect fishtank for robotic RGB fish!
    (red left eye, green right eye, blue tooth)

      • curtisb
      • 3 years ago

      [quote<]blue tooth[/quote<] I see what you did there.

    • CScottG
    • 3 years ago

    Did anyone else notice that the digital read-out on the bottom remains red (..despite changing the reservoir up-lighting color)?

      • Chrispy_
      • 3 years ago

      Because it’s cheap trash.

      If the fact it has a completely separate remote at all isn’t enough of an indication, the fact that the remote is one of those ever-so-nasty ones with the printed label membrane directly over the PCB should give you an idea of which quality category this belongs in.

    • DPete27
    • 3 years ago

    My PC has a light saber!!! Short and stubby.

      • CuttinHobo
      • 3 years ago

      It’s not the size that matters!

      …. If kids these days were Jedis, they wouldn’t be satisfied until their lightsabers could strobe through 16.7 million colors. That’s assuming The Force is 32-bit… Heaven help the sith lords’ eyes if even more colors are available.

      • CScottG
      • 3 years ago


    • UberGerbil
    • 3 years ago

    It’s an RGB lightsource, that also does something else, though I don’t know why it needs to since these days having RGB LEDs is all anything really needs.

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