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Opinions on EK Coolstream XT 360mm RAD

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As above really guys, seems like a good make at a good price!

Anyone have any first hand experience with one? or could recommend a better one for the same price (£45)
 
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Yea, their really decent. I've owned 2. First one was great, 2nd was full of holes. lol.

Good rad for a good price.
 

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XSPC 360 is a bit better would look at that one i think its around the same price.
 
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Nice one mate, that pa120.3 was leaking from the end :( (not blaming you no idea how it happened)
 
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XSPC 360 is a bit better would look at that one i think its around the same price.
The RS? the RX is loads more expensive and I presumed the RS wasnt that great?
 
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the rs is the best performing slim rad on the market. better then the black ice range.
 
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Ok guys, thankyou, which one of the tow (EK and XSPC RS) works better with low RPM fans - I like quiet :)
 

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Ok guys, thankyou, which one of the tow (EK and XSPC RS) works better with low RPM fans - I like quiet :)
i think for low RPM the MCR-320QP should do very well