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Originally Posted by aumortis View Post

Alright. One more question - you recommended Alphacool ST30 and XT45. What about UT60? Is it good as well? : )
Yup, UT60 is a great rad, best performer all around.
But either a ST30 in p/p or a XT45 in p/p will both outperform a UT60 in push or pull.

Again, go as thick as you can while reserving room for p/p.
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post #12 of 13
I just installed a ALPHACOOL ST30 240 in a loop revision and it replaced a SWIFTECH 360 and temperatures are actually slightly better with a smaller radiator(I did upgrade to NOCTUA Fans)
ST 30 is a quality part for sure and the built in screw stop is nice.
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Alphacool ST rads are great for slim versions, probably best option right now.
As for side, from my experience 360 is slightly better than 280, if you compare same type of rads.
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