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Antec's 200mm Radiator

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Has anyone ever used this rad in their Antec 1200 black steel full tower case?

Is it worth getting>? does it do a good job of cooling?
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It has aluminum in it which if I recall correctly=death to your WC rig. Mixing aluminum and copper/nickel/acetal is not good.

Your better off getting a 360+240 rad if you plan on cooling your GPUs+CPU. A single 240 will suffice for the CPU.
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[QUOTE=Shogon;15244457]It has aluminum in it which if I recall correctly=death to your WC rig. Mixing aluminum and copper/nickel/acetal is not good.

Your better off getting a 360+240 rad if you plan on cooling your GPUs+CPU. A single 240 will suffice for the CPU.[/QUOTE

are the EK gpu water blocks aluminum?
post #4 of 5
They are normally nickel or copper and possibly acetal (acrylic-like) for the clear part of the block.

Also, Aluminum is fine, as long as you take measures to counter balance the copper/aluminum corrosive effect. ALL Corsair/Antec closed loop kits like the H100 or Antec 620, use aluminum for their rads, as it reduces the manufacturing cost of their kits.
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For your reference....

I have the Phobya 200mm Radiator. It keeps my 2x 570s at around 50C on load with stock clock/voltage; 60C with 1.075v
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