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Bitspower Leviathan SF 360 Radiator

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This review examines the Bitspower Leviathan SF 360, a triple 120 mm radiator with multiple port options, and increased case compatibility compared to the Black Ice Nemesis GTS while retaining high thermal performance and build quality.

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I think that Alphacool XT45 and ST30 radiators would be good to include in this comparison.
 

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I think that Alphacool XT45 and ST30 radiators would be good to include in this comparison.
I have tested those in the 480/560 mm sizes, but not the 360 mm ones. Alphacool's updating their rad series beginning with the Eisbrecher 360, so their older NexXxos lineup is not high on their marketing priority I imagine.
 

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Whats the difference between these radiators and just buying the OEM rads from someplace like PPCS?
 

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Whats the difference between these radiators and just buying the OEM rads from someplace like PPCS?
A different core design, as mentioned in the review. These radiators adopt the more typical U-flow from side to side rather than front to bottom as with the rest of the Black Ice Nemesis radiators, and have four ports instead of two.
 
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A different core design, as mentioned in the review. These radiators adopt the more typical U-flow from side to side rather than front to bottom as with the rest of the Black Ice Nemesis radiators, and have four ports instead of two.
The HWLabs Nemesis radiators come in both U-flow and X-flow versions, and the L-series (the most comparable to these radiators) ONLY come in U-flow as far as I know. So that means the only difference is the number of ports.
 

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The HWLabs Nemesis radiators come in both U-flow and X-flow versions, and the L-series (the most comparable to these radiators) ONLY come in U-flow as far as I know. So that means the only difference is the number of ports.
The nature of the flow in the Black Ice Nemesis radiators is top to bottom (or bottom to top, depending on how you see it) with the core thus having also a preferred direction of airflow depending on where the ports are located. The core here is side to side as with every other radiator, so that is a fundamental change in the core design.
 
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Ah, I misunderstood what you were talking about then; sorry for the confusion! Also, I learned something today!
 
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