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Mercury v2: Antec prepares new AIO series!

Mercury v2: Antec prepares new AIO series!

In terms of liquid cooling, at Antec we have, among others, the Mercury series. The latter was updated a few years ago with RGB

. However, in China, the brand is thinking about the future by preparing its Mercury V2 series.

Mercury v2: A new generation of AIO for Antec in China!

Antec Mercury v2 360

According to CowCotland

, this AIO series benefits from a radical change in its style. Indeed, compared to the first version, it has nothing to do, the whole is more worked, especially at the pump. The latter now benefits from RGB parts in the form of edging or the logo of the brand. By the way, the lighting, we also find it on the fans.

For the moment, two references are listed on the Chinese branch of the brand’s website. These models in question are 240 mm and 360 mm. No intermediate model in 280 mm or 120 mm for smaller needs … At least for the moment, you never know.

Antec Mercury v2 240

On the ventilation side, the brand provides fans in 12 cm with a rotation range that focuses on silence. The latter ranges from 800 RPM to 1600 RPM and the mill will generate an air flow of 72 CFM maximum. Unfortunately, nothing is said about the static pressure, an important data when it comes to watercooling.

For the moment, we do not know if this series will land in Europe. For that, we will have to wait.


Here and there are the technical data sheets of Antec!


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