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It was already pretty hard getting the radiator and fans into the case with the 25mm thickness, so maybe I'll go Excaliburs. I'll be getting a Lamptron FC9 soon, so that should be a good setup if I am correct.
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It was already pretty hard getting the radiator and fans into the case with the 25mm thickness, so maybe I'll go Excaliburs. I'll be getting a Lamptron FC9 soon, so that should be a good setup if I am correct.


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Are you going in push/pull or just one? On a side note keep in mind the fan controller you're looking at has FIFTY WATTS PER CHANNEL, so you could hook up nine of those Excalibur fans to one channel if you wanted, so plan hooking up all your fans in your case accordingly.
You could put all radiator fans on one channel (since they'll all scale with noise/power at the same rate) and put your case fans on another channel, or w/e you so chose.
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Newbcake and ZytheEks - You both may know of this site, but if you don't it is a great source of info.

http://martinsliquidlab.org/2013/05/07/fan-testing-round-12/

http://martinsliquidlab.org/2013/02/18/why-static-pressure-max-flow-specs-are-poor-measures-of-fan-performance/

Now I am not saying that there aren't other good fans out there. But after I bought my first GT I was so impressed I bought 3 more.

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Newbcake and ZytheEks - You both may know of this site, but if you don't it is a great source of info.

http://martinsliquidlab.org/2013/05/07/fan-testing-round-12/

http://martinsliquidlab.org/2013/02/18/why-static-pressure-max-flow-specs-are-poor-measures-of-fan-performance/

Now I am not saying that there aren't other good fans out there. But after I bought my first GT I was so impressed I bought 3 more.

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I've seen those tests, still the Excalibur has 20CFM more at max, and 1.2mmh2o static pressure more. The other fans in that test had more or less the same specifications. I'm not saying the GTs aren't good, quite the opposite they're really nice, but people treat them like they're the best out there XD

I wish I had the money to test a bunch of fans on a bunch of different Fins per inch radiators to see which ones truly work the best, but that kind of money just isn't existent in my budget. XD

Anowho, I'm curious to see how the OPs rad setup will perform once he throws in some nicer fan than those case fans he was using.
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I've seen those tests, still the Excalibur has 20CFM more at max, and 1.2mmh2o static pressure more. The other fans in that test had more or less the same specifications. I'm not saying the GTs aren't good, quite the opposite they're really nice, but people treat them like they're the best out there XD

I wish I had the money to test a bunch of fans on a bunch of different Fins per inch radiators to see which ones truly work the best, but that kind of money just isn't existent in my budget. XD

Anowho, I'm curious to see how the OPs rad setup will perform once he throws in some nicer fan than those case fans he was using.

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Newbcake and ZytheEks - You both may know of this site, but if you don't it is a great source of info.

http://martinsliquidlab.org/2013/05/07/fan-testing-round-12/

http://martinsliquidlab.org/2013/02/18/why-static-pressure-max-flow-specs-are-poor-measures-of-fan-performance/

Now I am not saying that there aren't other good fans out there. But after I bought my first GT I was so impressed I bought 3 more.

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Yeah, the CPU plug was kinda blocking my radiator so I had to wedge it between it. A VERY TIGHT FIT.

Shame the RX240 is so darn thick.

Any thinner radiators that are as good or better just for future reference?

Only reason I wanted 25mm fans are that I had to buy screws for it cause I wanted black screws.

I'll try out Excaliburs on the radiator though. As for the fan controller, I'll throw 2 front on one channel, 1 rear one one channel, 2 inside on one channel, and the radiator ones on one channel.

I have my fans on pull as I do not have space for Push/Pull.

And how are Scythe Slipstreams? Rosewill Hypboreas? be quiet! Silent Wings 2?
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post #26 of 35
Rosewill Hyperborea are good. The others are not anything special.

With the RX240, you have a pretty low fin density so while static pressure is important, you don't really need more than 2mmH2O (actual), although 3 is a good number if you can not fit push pull.

I think that the Gentle Typhoon fans are overrated, but if you don't mind spending a lot on fans, then the AP15s or the 2150rpm models will be perfectly adequate.

The best option, in my opinion, are the Koolance 2600rpm 120x25mm 106CFM/5.4mmH2O fans, which are $9 a piece and perform exceptionally well. I run 4 in P-P on a UT60 240, a similarly low fin density radiator, and they move a huge amount of air. Even at the lowest speed my fan controller allows, around 40 percent, there's quite a breeze going through the rad, yet the fans are almost silent.
   
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Rosewill Hyperborea are good. The others are not anything special.

With the RX240, you have a pretty low fin density so while static pressure is important, you don't really need more than 2mmH2O (actual), although 3 is a good number if you can not fit push pull.

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Do you know any thinner radiators that are just as good if not better?

Like is the Black Ice Stealth good?
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Do you know any thinner radiators that are just as good if not better?

Like is the Black Ice Stealth good?

black ice Stealth is really nice if

1: you have REALLY high static pressure fans in push/pull configuration, as they have a whopping 30fins per inch split fin design, so airflow is extremely restrictive.

2:You have a really nice pump as the rad uses extremely narrow chambers, so its one of the few radiators where you actually need to factor in its restriction.

I would go with the X-Flow GT Stealth though, it has about 5watts less of cooling,but it has a lot less restriction.

if your thinking about the GT Stealth definitely plan on push pull config unless you have an unholy fan like the delta 252s.
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What is the best thin radiator for Coolermaster Excalibur's in Pull and a X2O 750 Pump?

The RX240 I have is pretty thick and its hard to get into my case as the CPU plug blocks it.
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XSPC EX series are phenomenal, with their 19-split-fins-per-inch giving them a LOT of surface area while actually reducing airflow restriction compared to other ~18-22fpi radiators (something like a 70-90% increase in fin area compared to "regular" fins), and perform exceedingly well with moderate-to-high speed fans, particularly in push pull. I've got the EX420, which only cost $72 by the way, and with 6x Bgears Blasters 140mm fans (3.5mmH2O / 103CFM), the Water-Out Temp is never more than 0.4C above ambient!!!

The Alphacool NexXxoS XT45 (45mm thick) and ST30 (30mm thick) are also extremely awesome rads, although geared a bit more towards lower speed fans and not scaling as well as their big brother (the UT60, which I also have); they still retain the full copper build, and the ST30 is one of the top performing low-speed rads, while the XT45 is a "jack of all trades, master of none" radiator best suited for medium speed fans.


HWLabs rads are extremely nice, but unless you don't mind using Push-Pull 120x38mm fans @ 3000rpm or greater, the GT Stealth may not be for you...


Right now, it's hard to beat XSPC and Alphacool rads, IMHO. That is, unless you go with something like the Phobya G-Changer 1080 or Watercool MO-RA3 Pro 1080/1260!!
   
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Dell P2210Hb 21.5" 1920x1080p Viewsonic VA2012WB 20.1" LCD 1680x1050 Dell U3014 Eizo 27" 1440p 10bit RGB-LED Backlit AH-IPS Panel 
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55" LG HDTV (their top 2014 model) Ducky Mechanical (Browns) NZXT HALE90 850W + 8 blown-up AX1200/i's NZXT Switch 810 (White) 
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R.A.T.3 + MX510 My Desk GRADO RS1i Headphones Grado PS1000 Headphones 
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Bitfenix Hydra Pro Fan Controller 5ch 30W/ch Bitfenix Alchemy Individually-Sleeved Extension... NZXT Individually-Sleeved Front Panel Wires (Bl... Phobya Sleeved 1x3pin-to-4x3pin Fan Splitter 
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Sleeved Wires w Paracord myself (no Heatshrink) Custom Front and Top Panels w HexxMesh *In Prog... Working on Custom Pedestal Prototype 
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