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World´s First bei Cartago: the new Alphacool Radiators

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  1. cartago2202 New Member

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    Hi ho

    Here are some first pictures of the new Alphacool Radiators is the first in the world Cartago2202

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    They are the alpha NexXxoS UT60 Full Copper 480mm
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    Alpha NexXxoS Full XT45 480mm Copper

    As the name suggests, are the radiators, unless of course the side plates, made of copper.
    There are all parts of copper
    which begins with the pre-& end chambers,
    The transition between the chambers of the channels
    the channels and the Finns are also made ​​of copper

    Everything else in an upcoming pre-test of the two pre-production.



    So here are the values​​:

    The test system in detail:



    Motherboard: Asus Maximus II Formula
    Processor: Intel Core i7 860 with four 1.37 GHz @ V
    Graphics card: ATI Radeon HD6950
    Memory: 8GB Corair Vengeance CL9
    PSU: be quite! Dark Power Pro 850W P9
    HDD: 500GB Samsung F3


    Water cooling in detail:


    CPU cooling EK Supreme HF full nickel
    GPU cooling Swiftech Komodo HD6970
    Pump: Laing Plus
    Conditions: Alphacool Cape Corp Coolplex Pro 25
    Connections: 16/10 Alphacool Screw Cooper
    DFM: AC DFM HighFlow
    Control: Aquaero5 XT
    Temperature sensors: 2xPhobya female / male screw-on ¼ and Conditions
    Hose: 16/10 Masterkleer
    5 quick couplings Koolance VLN3

    as you can see, the cooler than other 480s in the Roundup, the WLP is different from and indeed the new Phobya.
    The building is open.


    Now the values ​​in comparison to the Cool Gate Full Copper 480

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    Not bad I would say. One has but to put this to emphasize that it is pre-series models. Therefore, there is no point to this conclusion.
     
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  4. cartago2202 New Member

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    Here are some detail photos, how to unscrew the radiator does have a "screwing protection" for them.

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    I have here some very interesting pictures for you:

    Flex come out and you are needed hihihi

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    So as you might easily recognize the two chamber actually made ​​of copper, thus the question should be answered clearly.
     
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    So here now the promised low even in comparison to other manufacturers.

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    Price as of 12/07/2011
    Prices in Germany of Aquatuning.de
     
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    So here we have the exact dimensions

    LxW

    120mm 160x125
    240mm 280x125
    360mm 400 x 125
    480mm 518-521x125

    respectively 30, 45, 60mm deep
     
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    Had a hard time reading OP's paragraph.
     

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