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Hi all,

I'm building a new WCed rig. Case is CaseLabs STH10 so there's a lot of room for rads and I want to use most of it smile.gif
I'm thinking about 2 x 140.4 rads in the bottom chamber and 2 x 120.3 rads in the top chamber. I really prefer rads that will play nice with very low RPM fans since I'd like my system to be quiet.

Started looking around and was overwhelmed by the number of options. any advice will be really appreciate!

Thanks smile.gif
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If budget isn't an issue, I'd say go with Black Ice SR1s for low speed fans. If you want something more cost effective, the line of Alphacool NexXxos Radiators(ST30, XT45, UT60, and Monsta) perform very well at all fans speeds. With so much room in that case, you could probably fit all AC UT60s with push-pull
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