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Where did you find a copper radiator? Usually the only alternative to Aluminum is Brass.

 

I found it on online auction house, and seller described it as copper radiator. It's genuine fiat part.

 

Edit: Here is description form other website (car parts shop): source

 

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Characteristics
Thickness [mm] 24
Width [mm] 394,2
Height [mm] 555
Material Copper
Housing Type Synthetic Material Housing
Inlet Ø [mm] 35
Outlet Ø [mm] 35

 


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Ah this is going to be so sweet! I love the creativity and the passion people bring to OCN!
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Those push-on fittings work great. There have been some epic builds with them. http://www.million-dollar-pc.com/systems-2010/renovatio/038.htm I wish I knew where he got those nice chrome ones.
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Update:

 

Should have bought bigger case :P

 

New car radiator

 

 

One for every side... Just kidding :D

 

My both rads ;)

 

 

 

My rads ;)

 

 

Is it tin plated copper, or brass?

 

Is it tin plated copper, or brass?

 

 

 

 

New radiator is a beast. It weights 7.45 kg, 65x43x2.4 cm overall dimensions. It has greater restrictions than alu rad.

 

I have doubts though about material used for channels because it's too metal-shiny, although this part, which is holds housing is definitively copper.. :headscrat

 

Does anyone knows non-invasive method to check material type?

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Other than scratching the paint off I got nothing.
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I'm looking for longer case (50/60cm long), but not so high (< 42 cm). If ur familiar with any, please post...

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Have you thought about just mounting the radiator on your wall? Just use some quick disconnects if you want to move the computer around.
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Have you thought about just mounting the radiator on your wall? Just use some quick disconnects if you want to move the computer around.

 

 

My assumption was to make that case mobile, and not only around my home. If I won't find bigger case, I'll stay with this one and do a lot more modding to make it look nice.

 

But hey, if I wasn't living with my parents, I would probably make some external volenti cooler in basement or sth like that :P

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