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    New XSPC rads Coming soon.




    More info to come
    Last edited by mlwood37; 10-07-2011 at 04:12 PM.
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    so they're going to be releasing flexible radiators? man, it's about time
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    Pretty *I am such a nerd*.

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    Do you need flexible fans for those flexible radiators?

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    *drool*

    I like large posteriors and I cannot prevaricate

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    2nd pic looks like they're going after the GTS or GTX, fins are pretty dense.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Waterlogged View Post
    2nd pic looks like they're going after the GTS or GTX, fins are pretty dense.

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    grr I JUST bought a RX360 Sometimes I hate computer technology!

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    Kinda remind me of the old HE120.1 .

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    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.
    Last edited by Martinm210; 10-08-2011 at 07:51 AM.

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    Hmm, that could be wished from all the other rad vendors too. I still recall magicool plexi elegant rad having unpainted fins and beating all the other rads , so wonder how much paint takes from heat dissipation efficiency. If not the cracking problem of it's plexi inlet end, that very probably would be THE rad to get.
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    Yes, higher FPI than the RX line, and two rows of fins per tube.... back to the lab for me.

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    skinnee: and oh when you'll finally post results of EK's v2 rads?

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    I have a lot of radiator data queued up (I may have been away from posting, but not testing), along with a new comparison in the same style as Vapor has been doing. I'm sticking with this radiator procedure for a while. I'm venturing into shroud and 1080 testing too, and the procedure scales nicely to those platforms too.

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    How soon is soon??? I was about to order all the water cooling parts for my build...
    First the XSPC CPU Block and now this... Maybe I should wait a bit more

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    Quote Originally Posted by Methodically View Post
    grr I JUST bought a RX360 Sometimes I hate computer technology!
    it's not like your RX performance would suddenly start to suck, still a nice radiator

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    ^ +1

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    Quote Originally Posted by Martinm210 View Post
    Too bad they don't offer an unpainted fins version, I kind of like the copper look.
    They're considering producing a limited run based on interest - not sure what availability would be like States-side...

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    I wonder if someone has ever tried to remove paint from common rad fins with some acetone or alikes and compared heat dissipated before/after. So far most mods related with rads & paint on contrary added paint by respraying it to different (eg. white) color.

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    I buy xspc but but I wonder if it pays to wait for the new radiator xspc?

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    Even if new rads are marginally better imho no need to wait, as i doubt in revolutionary performance inrease for rads however unconventional their design might be. +If you were considering current XSPC rads like RS or RX, which are sparse finned ones, then i'd be vary of fact that new ones might be dense finned ones with bad low-rpm/quiet fans performance.

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    I look at the EX (and other slims) a different way in the current radiator marketplace... Slim's are there for space constraints mostly, and we want the dissipation capability of a PA/RX/etc. in that form factor. So, in order to do that, you've gotta try and get your radiator core to fit the various fan speeds out there. Swiftech did very well with their MCR-QP... remdinds me, I need to schedule their new one yet.

    Anyhow, we'll have to wait on the numbers that are logging now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by M_T_M View Post
    I buy xspc but but I wonder if it pays to wait for the new radiator xspc?
    From what has been said here it seems to be a clear decision, do you want low fan speed performance, then go with the RX. If you want LOUD high speed performance (ala GTX) then wait…
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    medium-high speed at low noise is attainable with quite a few fans out there. So, "LOUD", I tend to disagree there.

    edit: Noise is one of those highly subjective areas.
    Last edited by skinnee; 10-09-2011 at 04:23 PM.

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