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In general a higher fpi rad will benefit more from high pressure/rpm fans than a low pressure/fpi one will
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Well I just checked out a comparison of some radiators, and it looks like the GTX 360 outperforms all of the ones it was compared with even with medium speed fans, so I think the R4s will work just fine with it.
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