Hardware Labs is a relatively small company in the niche market of PC DIY watercooling, though with a reputation that precedes them. Based out of Manila in the Philippines, they are among the very few to have in-house radiator design and manufacturing instead of relying on third-party factories in China. As such, they are able to produce different radiator categories for different needs and applications - low noise optimization, high coolant flow optimization, good thermal dissipation scaling with airflow, and so on. Missing in their current range was a successor to their old GTX (Gen Two Extreme) radiators with a high fin density for good performance at higher fan speeds, but a proportionate amount of noise for those who don't care about noise as much as getting the absolute best performance possible. Enter the new Nemesis GTR.
Hardware Labs is promising something new here, and not just in the usual way of increasing fin density to get higher thermal performance with airflow, so let's thank them for providing the sample before taking a look at it right now.
|Black Ice Nemesis GTR 360|
|Material:||Copper and brass|
|Radiator size:||3x120 mm|
|Dimensions:||398(L) x 133(W) x 54.7(H) mm|
|Fan compatibility:||Square frame 120 mm|
|Fin type:||Copper with paint coat, 16 FPI splitter type, 25 μm thick|
|Ports:||Two, BSP G1/4" threaded|
|Screw type:||M4 threading|
|Warranty:||Limited lifetime manufacturer warranty|