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    XSPC is no stranger to us in the water cooling community. They are getting more recognition for their design and value performance products. The company recently released the revision of RX360, the high performance radiator line. And today we’re looking at it.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Skyguy View Post
    XSPC is no stranger to us in the water cooling community. They are getting more recognition for their design and value performance products. The company recently released the revision of RX360, the high performance radiator line. And today we’re looking at it.
    Great bang for the $. It is about $25 less than my Themalchill 120.3. Every $10-$20 saved helps some obtain decent water cooling. I liked the review!
    Last edited by Drdeath; 26-05-2010 at 00:27.

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    Great review Deton, looks like a killer rad for less than a hundred bucks.

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    Great review Deton! Another excellent product from XSPC.

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    Yeah, I think RX360 is a great value high performance rad.

    @Drdeath, I think your PA120.3 will out perform the RX360 at high RPM fans.

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    Great review deton
    Just curious as i having been following closely on XSPC products:

    1. This XSPC's brand new release of Rads ? it seems to have shed its Glossy finish and gone for matte Black finish instead

    2. this thing is so thick! Looks as thick or perhaps thicker than Feser's Rads ?

    Thanks another great work from our Watercooling Maestro

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    Yes, this is the revision of RX360. XSPC changed the paint finishing, it's flat matted now and they also change the fan mounting hole thread from M4 to 6-32 so it's very easy to find the replacement screws. This is good if you use 38mm fan then just run to home hardware store to pick up some longer screws to use with the 38mm fans.

    It's not really thicker than the Xchanger, just the straight square edges give you the illussion is thicker than the Xchanger. If you look closely at the Xchanger it has beveled edges instead of square. If I remember correctly both have the thickness between 60-62mm.

    Oh by the way it's not that thick like those afors-hairdo

    I do have the test number for the Feser Xchanger 360. Feser has higher heat dissipation at higher RMP but it's way cost more. Therefore, I didn't want to compare the RX360 with Feser. The Feser is also cost way more too but its quality is superb though.

    If you're looking for high performance rad for under $100USD, this is the one you should get.

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    these have been out a long time in the UK but are priced higher than the Thermochill RADS !! considering xspc and Thermochill are the owned by the same people i dont see the need for them.

    Having used the XSPC RX, FESER and Thermochill RADs i can honestly say you will not notice the realworld difference at "normal" fan operating speeds (Between 1000-1500rpm), with these larger RADS.

    The biggest suprise i have had is in the performance of the HWlabs black ice stealth RADs which perform a lot better than i expected considering the thickness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    Yeah, I think RX360 is a great value high performance rad.

    @Drdeath, I think your PA120.3 will out perform the RX360 at high RPM fans.

    I don't know by much.

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    They may be the same owner now but the PA is still G3/8" threaded ports vs. G1/4".
    I don't know how much they going for in UK but in North America the RX360 is only $95.00USD and the PA120.3 is $110USD is the chepest that we can find.

    You need high fan speed for the Black Ice though.

    Nowadays, rad makers shooting for quiet operation with extreme performance. IMO, it is no point to have WC with high fan speeds. This is the reason you see more and more 140mm rads available now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    They may be the same owner now but the PA is still G3/8" threaded ports vs. G1/4".
    I don't know how much they going for in UK but in North America the RX360 is only $95.00USD and the PA120.3 is $110USD is the chepest that we can find.

    You need high fan speed for the Black Ice though.

    Nowadays, rad makers shooting for quiet operation with extreme performance. IMO, it is no point to have WC with high fan speeds. This is the reason you see more and more 140mm rads available now.
    its strange its pricing seems to be reversed in the UK!!

    I agree about quiet operation but due to wanting to put a 360 in the roof of a T07 i was limited to using a thin RAD, of course i had the fans on a controller and they needed to be a lot faster but i was suprised that the performance was pretty much on par with a thermochill 120.3 with low speed fans (i had dual loops at the time and tryed them both on the CPU) i expected it to be a lot worse, this could have also been due to the fans sucking in nice cool air from above the case

    I was very suprised when i started WC how much difference push or pull or both or shrouds made to cooling performance, when i was worried about that!!

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