Friday, April 9th 2021

Alphacool Introduces Four New Extremely Large Radiators

Alphacool introduces four new extremely large radiators. The first two radiators are for 180 or 200 mm fans and are a thickness of 86 mm. The 200 and 400 mm NexXxoS Monsta radiators offer a huge cooling surface. Both radiators have 7x standard G1/4" ports. 6 of the ports are for inlet/outlet and the 7th port is located at the end chamber and can only be used for filling, draining, or bleeding the radiator. The fin density has been reduced from 16 to 12 FPI to allow the use of lower static pressure fans and lower RPMs.

The new Nova 1080 UT60 radiator is a thicker version of the Nova 1080 XT45 radiator. The enormous cooling surface is comparable to three 360 mm UT60 radiators. This makes it easy to cool more than 1000 W of excess heat with extremely quiet to silent spinning fans. This is equivalent to a 64 core AMD Threadripper of the latest generation and at least two GeForce RTX 3090 graphics cards.
The NexXxoS XT45 Quad Radiator is the little sibling of the Nova radiators. It comes with two fan mounting plates,each of which can accommodate four 120 or 140 mm fans. This corresponds to the cooling capacity of two 280 mm radiators or one 560 mm radiator. This should be enough for any system that consists of a CPU and GPU, no matter what model, even with an overclock.
As always, all water bearing parts of the radiator are made of copper. The pre-chambers, the cooling channels and the fins are all copper. Only the mounting plates and the side plates of the radiator are made of steel. The threads are all brass, as pure copper would be too soft.

With the Apex Liquid ECO, Alphacool presents a completely newly developed coolant that is characterized by its ecological friendliness. The liquid can therefore be disposed of easily. Highly pure osmosis filtered water is the basis. The additional additives have an antibacterial effect and ensure lower surface tension of the coolant. This makes it easier to break down bubbles in the circuit. Apex Liquid ECO is compatible with all materials, but not mixed metals.
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15 Comments on Alphacool Introduces Four New Extremely Large Radiators

#1
ZoneDymo
and what is new about these? or just yet another rerelease for some free advertisement through press like here?
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#2
diatribe
ZoneDymoand what is new about these? or just yet another rerelease for some free advertisement through press like here?
It looks like they remarketed the old Phobya 200mm radiator lineup. Link
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#3
Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
ZoneDymoand what is new about these? or just yet another rerelease for some free advertisement through press like here?
It's a press release.
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#4
Nephilim666
I like the idea of that eco coolant. The Corsair and EK clear coolants I've used gave me pause... Some scary warnings on both bottles. The Corsair one had quite a strong smell.
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#5
RandallFlagg
Or you could just buy and old Honda Civic radiator and strap it on:

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#6
looniam
RandallFlaggOr you could just buy and old Honda Civic radiator and strap it on:

i'm so jelly over that disco ball.
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#7
ypsylon
diatribeIt looks like they remarketed the old Phobya 200mm radiator lineup. Link
Perhaps because (formerly) Phobya brand is part of Aquatuning/Alphacool for quite a while. ;)
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#8
zlobby
Yes! I can finally cool a 9900K!
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#9
damric
Looks like same 1080 alphacool rad I already own.
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#10
zlobby
Nephilim666I like the idea of that eco coolant. The Corsair and EK clear coolants I've used gave me pause... Some scary warnings on both bottles. The Corsair one had quite a strong smell.
Why don't just use deionized water and some silver coils?
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#12
WeeRab
"This is equivalent to a 64 core AMD Threadripper of the latest generation and at least two GeForce RTX 3090 graphics cards." Or one 40 core 3rd gen Xeon and at least two GeForce RTX 3090 graphics cards.
Fixed it for you....
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#13
juular
zlobbyWhy don't just use deionized water and some silver coils?
Deionized water sounds lame, 'Apex Liquid ECO' on the other hand sells.
Nephilim666I like the idea of that eco coolant. The Corsair and EK clear coolants I've used gave me pause... Some scary warnings on both bottles. The Corsair one had quite a strong smell.
That's because they're based on ethylene glycol, a very good coolant, better than deionized water. Ethylene glycol is highly toxic tho, but you ain't supposed to drink it innit ?
Edit: It's colorless and odorless by itself, but there are additives for strong smell, bitter taste and color that supposed to tell you that it's not a good idea to drink it because otherwise it has a sweet taste. Lethal dose for an adult is about 100ml. Same stuff is used in automotive antifreeze btw.
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zlobby
juularDeionized water sounds lame, 'Apex Liquid ECO' on the other hand sells.


That's because they're based on ethylene glycol, a very good coolant, better than deionized water. Ethylene glycol is highly toxic tho, but you ain't supposed to drink it innit ?
Edit: It's colorless and odorless by itself, but there are additives for strong smell, bitter taste and color that supposed to tell you that it's not a good idea to drink it because otherwise it has a sweet taste. Lethal dose for an adult is about 100ml. Same stuff is used in automotive antifreeze btw.
EG has lower cooling capacity than water but makes a good antifreeze.
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#15
juular
zlobbyEG has lower cooling capacity than water but makes a good antifreeze.
I stand corrected.
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