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    Quote Originally Posted by skinnee View Post
    medium-high speed at low noise is attainable with quite a few fans out there. So, "LOUD", I tend to disagree there.

    Low noise is subjective to each person as I have not heard any fan @1800 RPM that can not be heard from six feet away in a quiet room. Now imagine six of them… NOISY

    I have two systems in one room, one running three Noctua's @ 900 RPM and one running three GentleTyphoon's @ 800 RPM and all I hear is a DDC pump in one of the systems. Any higher fan speeds than that I can hear them as they get too loud for my taste.
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    can anyone know when the release date of new radiators??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Martinm210 View Post
    Looks like the high speed fan optimized (High Density) double thickness sister rad to the RX. Too bad they don't offer an unpainted fins version, I kind of like the copper look.

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    FYI, found this little tidbit on OCN:
    http://www.overclock.net/water-cooli...l#post15220040

    And now that I look at that second photo again I guess it does look a bit slimmer. May be a slim thickness high density flavor..

    I'm with gcpu though, I can't stand any fan over 1000RPM no matter what fan....so I favor the slow speed options. Not that there isn't a desire for high speed though, I still "hear" about people running 3000+RPM fans. Even more that are perfectly fine with GT15s at full speed where higher density does make more sense.
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    Yes, the EX is definitely a thinner rad than the RX. That I can confirm.

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    If this comes in 560mm I will probably pick one up since aqua comp doesn't have them yet

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    i gotta know the pricing and performance

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    Quote Originally Posted by skinnee View Post
    Yes, the EX is definitely a thinner rad than the RX. That I can confirm.
    Thanks!
    Hopefully you can find the time to squeeze in Swiftech's offering as a comparison. I know they were looking for some review on that, and I'm just not setup nor do I have a test method I'm really happy with anymore. I tore down my old bench to scavenge a few temp sensor for pump heat testing.

    You're the man when it comes to precision rad testing..
    Always appreciate your work!!
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    why is the price radiators EX very low to the RX??

    http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...page=1&sort=5d

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    Quote Originally Posted by M_T_M View Post
    why is the price radiators EX very low to the RX??

    http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...page=1&sort=5d
    I am going to take a guess here. But chances are it is cheaper to fabricate a thinner radiator w/ a higher FPI than it is to build a thicker radiator w/ a lower FPI.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lowfat View Post
    I am going to take a guess here. But chances are it is cheaper to fabricate a thinner radiator w/ a higher FPI than it is to build a thicker radiator w/ a lower FPI.
    Actually, I believe it has to do strictly with the amount of metals involved as well as types. Thinner radiators use less precious metals

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    which radiator is better XSPC EX or Ekwaterblocks XTX?

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    Sigs are obnoxious.

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    I'm looking to match up some fans to this radiator. What would you suggest for low speed/silence as a preference?

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    just ordered 2 of these

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