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Koolance Also Unveils Three New Radiators

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  1. Sin

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    The new XC-series radiators from liquid cooling specialist Koolance are specially designed for being sandwiched between two rows of high speed fans and come in three different versions, the HX-120XC, HX-240XC and HX-360XC. These extra thick radiators (54 mm or ~2.1 in) have a copper core and a fin density of 30 FPI (fins per inch ). They are dual pass designs intended for use in conjunction with high RMP fans in push-pull configuration. The new radiators are priced as follows: $49 for the HX-120HC, $67 for the HX-240XC and $85 for the HX-360XC.

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    Can't wait to see how this stacks up against alphacools full copper lineup.
     
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    They are very restrictive compared to the Alphacool rads and other similar low FPI types. They seem to be just thicker versions of the current 30mm thick 30FPI Koolance rads.
    They should work well with high speed fans on high power compact systems that don't have room for a lot of radiator surface area.
     
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    There is the similarly specced black ice gtx which has around 30fpi afaik and its ~50 mm thick. Wait for reviews of this, or look up reviews of that one to get an idea.
     
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    Definately not for silent watercooling setups
     

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