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    Although with all the rage of the closed-loop (AIO) water coolers are showering into today’s market from the major enclosure manufactures. We must admit, AIO designs are getting better these days and getting all the attention from the consumers and getting more media exposure. However, we can’t turn our cheeks on the traditional DIY (custom) water cooling either. Water cooling is the way to go if you are overclocker or water cooling enthusiast serious about keeping your CPU thermals in check. A custom build water cooling system is the best solution but it can be intimidated if you are lacking of knowledge. In the forum, we often gets ask – what is the best water cooling block? But very seldom get ask about the radiator. For as much dedication as water blocks have been given throughout the years, the radiator (heat exchanger) has sat as a dark horse, unheralded system components but it is a necessary part of the whole cooling system. Consequently, the time has changed. In the last few years we’ve seen some glamorous high quality build radiators surface on the market.

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    Great Review Tony!! This is a pretty nice performing Rad, I just don't like the brass fittings as you pointed out...

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    surprised it does so well with aluminum fins
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    Great review Tony very well covered

    I have had some bad experiences and just don't like aluminum in my system because it doesn't get along well with other metals
    and breaks down, are just the fins aluminum or is the core aluminum as well?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Solara2xb View Post
    Great Review Tony!! This is a pretty nice performing Rad, I just don't like the brass fittings as you pointed out...
    Yeah, protruding style connection doesn't look good, I guess due to the compact profile. I'm sure Watercool can make it flush with the housing but I think cost is the main factor. $130 for a sleek looking rad and bad-ass performance is very good price. I paid more for the TFC X-changer four years ago.

    Picture does no justice for the quality, I really impressed with the quality and craftsmanship. I can't find a damn flaw beside those brass connections but it's performance so well then you can learn to like it, also you don't have to look (or can't see) at those connections once it installed in the case.

    Quote Originally Posted by TeeBlack View Post
    surprised it does so well with aluminum fins
    It's true copper is better material for thermal conductive but it's cost twice the amount. However, aluminum has better thermal conductive than brass and cheaper. Most PC radiators are constructed from brass tubes and thin strand of folded copper fins. Just look at this rad as a giant heatsinks are use in today modern air coolers. They are all use cooper pipes for conducting the heat and aluminum fins for heat dissipation.


    Quote Originally Posted by vinman View Post
    Great review Tony very well covered

    I have had some bad experiences and just don't like aluminum in my system because it doesn't get along well with other metals
    and breaks down, are just the fins aluminum or is the core aluminum as well?
    Only the fins are aluminum, water tubes are all copper therefore it is safe to use, no aluminum touches the water.

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    Tony
    I have to tell you out of all the reviews I read, yours are always up there with the best of them
    they are very informative, spark my interest, and the products are well covered and always picture perfect
    reviewers or anyone aspiring to be a reviewer take note on how well this is done great job my friend.

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    What a great review Deton. It looks different from all of the other rads and performs with the best of them.
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    Great review Tony thanks for posting

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    Yeah, protruding style connection doesn't look good, I guess due to the compact profile. I'm sure Watercool can make it flush with the housing but I think cost is the main factor. $130 for a sleek looking rad and bad-ass performance is very good price. I paid more for the TFC X-changer four years ago.

    Picture does no justice for the quality, I really impressed with the quality and craftsmanship. I can't find a damn flaw beside those brass connections but it's performance so well then you can learn to like it, also you don't have to look (or can't see) at those connections once it installed in the case.


    It's true copper is better material for thermal conductive but it's cost twice the amount. However, aluminum has better thermal conductive than brass and cheaper. Most PC radiators are constructed from brass tubes and thin strand of folded copper fins. Just look at this rad as a giant heatsinks are use in today modern air coolers. They are all use cooper pipes for conducting the heat and aluminum fins for heat dissipation.




    Only the fins are aluminum, water tubes are all copper therefore it is safe to use, no aluminum touches the water.
    that is good to know. do they have a 480 version?
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    Glad you guys enjoy it!

    Yes, they do have 480 versions

    LT version - $156 (approx)


    LTX version - $168 (approx)


    They also have the HTSF4 series which support 140mm fans. I'm gather not directly advertising online Etailer unless they are sponsors but these rads are widely available mostly at major online water cooling sites. But feel free to visit Startseite | Watercool - Wasserkühlung made in Germany site though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    Glad you guys enjoy it!

    Yes, they do have 480 versions

    LT version - $156 (approx)


    LTX version - $168 (approx)


    They also have the HTSF4 series which support 140mm fans. I'm gather not directly advertising online Etailer unless they are sponsors but these rads are widely available mostly at major online water cooling sites. But feel free to visit Startseite | Watercool - Wasserkühlung made in Germany site though.
    Thanks Tony! the only difference between the LT and LTX is the color right?
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    just found them performance-pcs
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    Regarding about the color; yes the different is just the polished stainless steel vs black powder coating.

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    Great review! I wonder if you could just cut down the brass stubs and thread the holes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    Regarding about the color; yes the different is just the polished stainless steel vs black powder coating.
    i like the black
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    Quote Originally Posted by TCC View Post
    Great review! I wonder if you could just cut down the brass stubs and thread the holes.
    I don't you can't do it but I'm sure if you have the blazing skill then you can mod it. First you need to remove the frame structure by drill out the rivet studs, then replace the shorter connections. However, as I mentioned in the review; due to its compact profile you might have a hard time to use lower port connections.

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