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    Default Aquacomputer Airplex Modularity System

    The Aquacomputer AMS (Airplex Modularity System) is a completely customizable radiator, allowing the user not only to build a radiator of the size you need but also allowing you to build the whole complex system which includes pump, flow censors, control unit and reservoir all integrated to the radiator.

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    Click http://www.pureoverclock.com/article1433.html for the full review.

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    Default Re: Aquacomputer Airplex Modularity System

    Great review Tony!

    Looks like a real winner for the $$

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    Default Re: Aquacomputer Airplex Modularity System

    Quote Originally Posted by Skyguy View Post
    The Aquacomputer AMS (Airplex Modularity System) is a completely customizable radiator, allowing the user not only to build a radiator of the size you need but also allowing you to build the whole complex system which includes pump, flow censors, control unit and reservoir all integrated to the radiator.

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    Click http://www.pureoverclock.com/article1433.html for the full review.
    Clean looking setup but pretty much geared to the very big case segment.

    Look good as a stand alone External setup for me.
    But not enough for a Hot Cpu and two Hot clocked Vid cards.
    And to expensive to double up.

    But possibly could plumb into some internal Rads also.

    My Take.

    Later

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    Default Re: Aquacomputer Airplex Modularity System

    Great review Deton! Great pictures as well. I bet you were looking forward to reviewing this one!

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    Default Re: Aquacomputer Airplex Modularity System

    A real comprehensive look at this Radiator.
    Lots of detail and information included. Thank you.

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    Default Re: Aquacomputer Airplex Modularity System

    Good job Tony! I'm still waiting for you to contact me, it's been at least 6 hrs since my last email so please get in touch with me as soon as possible.

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    Default Re: Aquacomputer Airplex Modularity System

    Quote Originally Posted by Irocing View Post
    Clean looking setup but pretty much geared to the very big case segment.

    Look good as a stand alone External setup for me.
    But not enough for a Hot Cpu and two Hot clocked Vid cards.
    And to expensive to double up.

    But possibly could plumb into some internal Rads also.

    My Take.

    Later
    actually the rad is too nice to hide it in the case. AC does have stands for this rad. You are underestimate the AMS cooling capacity here, it has no solder joints = no thermal conductive retardation, in this particular model; it's pure copper = extreme performance. It's a little wider than conventional 120mm rad which is mean it has more core surfaces for more heat emission.

    Trust me, I'm telling a single 360 rad can handle a hot CPU and two super clocked GPUs at ease. Just wait for Bullydog to verify his own experience with his 480 aluminum model. All I'm saying this, his pant was fall off when he saw the temps.

    Quote Originally Posted by ReU_VOoDOo View Post
    Great review Deton! Great pictures as well. I bet you were looking forward to reviewing this one!
    Not really but I enjoy review the new tech.

    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    Good job Tony! I'm still waiting for you to contact me, it's been at least 6 hrs since my last email so please get in touch with me as soon as possible.

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    Default Re: Aquacomputer Airplex Modularity System

    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    actually the rad is too nice to hide it in the case. AC does have stands for this rad. You are underestimate the AMS cooling capacity here, it has no solder joints = no thermal conductive retardation, in this particular model; it's pure copper = extreme performance. It's a little wider than conventional 120mm rad which is mean it has more core surfaces for more heat emission.

    Trust me, I'm telling a single 360 rad can handle a hot CPU and two super clocked GPUs at ease. Just wait for Bullydog to verify his own experience with his 480 aluminum model. All I'm saying this, his pant was fall off when he saw the temps.
    Guys sorry for coming into the show late...Anyone here has doubts of this Rad can check with me. I got my AMS 480 Alu Rad about 3 weeks now and have not been happier! the price is killer, but wait till you see the performance its absolute Murder!
    Temps on my SandyBridge has never fallen below 30c airconditioned in my room. Previously I had 2 Feser Rads 1x 480 and 1x120 + MCP35X my temps idle about 32c with air conditioning turned on ambient temps about 24c-26c. With the AMS 480 and same ambient temps I get 29c-30c idle temps with AMS480 working alone, the Feser 120 is gone. Yes it is expansive, but its worth the $$$ for the enthusiast and watercooling nuts out there.

    1 draw back is the restriction in the way the rad is design, because of those individual tubes that Deton pointed out you need a powerful pump to really drive it! When i first got the rad i was flushing it with a bottle of distilled water and its really hard to remove it without some serious titling and shaking, my feser rad was so easy just tilt it back and forth 2 times and all the water comes out. But with the AMS rads, you gotta to really shake it hard before water starts flowing out.

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    Default Re: Aquacomputer Airplex Modularity System

    Yes, it is very restrictive but you have the MCP35X then you shouldn't have any problem. Also it has multiple ports, you can do parallel setup if want too.

    Bullydog, I'm assuming you do one giant loop with one MCP35X and temps are still better than the previous setup?

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    Default Re: Aquacomputer Airplex Modularity System

    Deton, how clean were these rads? How much flushing was necessary?

    I've torn down and rebuilt my Mo-Ra systems twice now, and both times there's been some heinous flux buildup on everything. To the degree that I had to get the toothbrush out and scrub, scrub, scrub. My third teardown is coming soon and if there's any goddamn flux still in there, I'm scrapping these rads for good.

    Seems to me the AMS rads should be virtually flux-free after a simple first cleaning, being round tube. But is that the case?

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    Default Re: Aquacomputer Airplex Modularity System

    nice review tony
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    Default Re: Aquacomputer Airplex Modularity System

    Quote Originally Posted by Deliverance View Post
    Deton, how clean were these rads? How much flushing was necessary?

    I've torn down and rebuilt my Mo-Ra systems twice now, and both times there's been some heinous flux buildup on everything. To the degree that I had to get the toothbrush out and scrub, scrub, scrub. My third teardown is coming soon and if there's any goddamn flux still in there, I'm scrapping these rads for good.

    Seems to me the AMS rads should be virtually flux-free after a simple first cleaning, being round tube. But is that the case?
    Hey welcome back.

    the rad is pretty clean but to be honest with you, I don't worry much about flushing the rad first before I doing the flow test. Because I do so many test to get the results therefore there is no need to spend more time on flushing them. But I did pay attention to the first few minutes of the first flow test to see if the water dirty or not. It was all clean.

    I personally think this one of best constructed rad, the only draw back is its flow but if you use powerful pump(s) then nothing to worry about it.

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    Default Re: Aquacomputer Airplex Modularity System

    Great review good data and pics as well

    I have always thought that they were ahead of the pack when it comes to water cooling
    I own two airplex rads a 360 and 240 that I am very happy with.

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    Default Re: Aquacomputer Airplex Modularity System

    Is it really that bad ? I have mine a couple of months already and I have not thought about flushing it yet, now that u talked about scrubbing it really scares me, I will be thinking of changing to another rad if each time when I clean it I have to prepare a toothbrush!


    Quote Originally Posted by Deliverance View Post
    Deton, how clean were these rads? How much flushing was necessary?

    I've torn down and rebuilt my Mo-Ra systems twice now, and both times there's been some heinous flux buildup on everything. To the degree that I had to get the toothbrush out and scrub, scrub, scrub. My third teardown is coming soon and if there's any goddamn flux still in there, I'm scrapping these rads for good.

    Seems to me the AMS rads should be virtually flux-free after a simple first cleaning, being round tube. But is that the case?

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    Default Re: Aquacomputer Airplex Modularity System

    You silly Bully, he was talking about the Mo-Rads not the AMS

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    Default Re: Aquacomputer Airplex Modularity System

    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    You silly Bully, he was talking about the Mo-Rads not the AMS
    The way he puts it sounds like the MO-RA is also using Tube fin setup...

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