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EX 140mm Series Radiators (Coming Soon)

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  1. coolmiester

    coolmiester New Member

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    EX 140mm Series Radiators

    We will have 4 new versions of our EX radiators in a few weeks. All for are designed for 140mm fans (EX140, EX280, EX420 and EX560).

    Introducing a new generation of performance PC radiators. The EX series combines the low profile design of our RS series radiators with the high performance of our award winning RX series. This feat has been possible due to several manufacturing advances including, split fins, improved soldering techniques, and welded seam tubes. The EX series has been designed and optimised for low speed fans, so it can offer high performance cooling at very low noise levels.

    EX140 Single Fan Radiator
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    EX280 Dual Fan Radiator
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    EX420 Triple Fan Radiator
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    EX560 Quad Fan Radiator
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    About one third bigger area than a 120...It will be interesting to see how these perform. Thanks for the heads-up.

    We would be interested to see what you recommend for fans on these
     
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    Man, these rads look awesome ! :)
     
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    I second that!

    Only one question: where in the hell will you stick the EX560?!
     
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    Good question, do you think they would fit on the top of a del XPS 720 Casing? Or maybe a DIY build? :D
     
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    My guess is you'd have to custom build your case lol
     
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    Yeah sure, i guess so. This is for the extremists with a big wallet :D
     
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    You could probably stick it on a test bench case, would have a massive overhang though!
     
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    Wow! that EX560 is huge!
     
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    What makes you say that? :p

    I still see potential for modding, certainly cheaper than a custom case though lol

    Don't mention it :p
     
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    It would fit in a Tj 11 if you have an old one kicking around :)
     
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    Wouldn't that restrict you on a lot of other components?
     
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    Probably would mean moving some stuff around. That's why I have been on the lookout for a water cooling Plinth. Something that would fit this in a box attached underneath any rig. Maybe 2 of these, 8 fans, pump, in fact all except the blocks and tubing... that should keep most anything cool.
     
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    Very handy :)
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    Sweet :D
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