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XSPC EX Series Radiators

Discussion in 'XSPC' started by coolmiester, Feb 1, 2012.

  1. coolmiester

    coolmiester New Member

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    XSPC EX Series Radiators

    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.

    The low profile design of EX360 Triple Fan Radiator makes it a perfect choice for the new Coolermaster Cosmos II as it can bolt directly to the interior chassis and still ensure enough clearance to the motherboard.

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    More info and where to purchase the entire EX range can be found at the following links...

    EX120 Single Fan Radiator

    EX240 Single Fan Radiator

    EX360 Single Fan Radiator

    EX480 Single Fan Radiator
     
  2. ryandigweed

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    Damn, those are huge ! :D ..
    By the way coolmeister, are you working for XSPC?
     
  3. coolmiester

    coolmiester New Member

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    Yeah, working on a few small projects with XSPC but know most of their products quite well so will be around for as much support i can offer and updating on new products etc.

    I'm sure Paul the owner will be around soon as well to offer his indepth support also :)
     
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    Ok, that's great !. I wish you'll much success. Please continue to update us with the latest of XSPC. And for some reason your username seems familiar, maybe I came across you on another forum or something.
     
  5. coolmiester

    coolmiester New Member

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    Yeah, i guess you could say i’ve been pretty active on a lot of forums for a good old time and always had the same username so maybe you’ve seen a post here or there.

    Not only will i do my best to keep eteknix up to speed on all the latest XSPC products and news but hopefully offer advice on anything watercooling related so please, anyone feel free to use this sub section for any watercooling questions or queries and we'll certainly do our very best to help.

    Thanks for the good wishes :eek:
     
  6. ryandigweed

    ryandigweed Member

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    Sure, that would be great !. Some speedy advice. Just most of the people fear using water cooling because of the risk of leaks & kits are usually expensive.

    But now with the introduction of more water cooling systems like Khuler, Antec Etc, I think that people will be shifting more towards water cooling. Even considering that now people just wanna get the highest clocks through extreme measures. :D
     
  7. Emanuel Pereira

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    EX360 has an optimal design
     

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