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I'm getting a different rad for my new case, I want it all internal

Soooo, should I get:

http://www.dangerden.com/store/produ...&cat=84&page=1

or

http://www.dangerden.com/store/produ...&cat=85&page=1

The triple rad would require a little more work to get it to fit inside the case, but it can be done. The dual rad would fit just fine without any work really, but with cooling in mind, would the Xtreme 240 cool as well as the Pro 360?
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Personally, I would go for the Black Ice Pro III. For the lower noise and better cooling.
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Noise isn't really a problem. No matter which I go with, I'm using all 108CFM Sunon fans, which are quite loud. . . lol

I'm kind of tight on cash this month, so I want to save money.
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The ProIII would be the best.
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If your going to use the 108's anyway either one should be fine...I think I would go with the 240 BIX they are nice and thick,,,

Here is a test on a 360 BIP...Wish I had one for the 240 BIX they are really nice rads to with high cfm fans...


...http://www.overclockers.com/articles1163/
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post #6 of 6
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Thanks for the input everyone.

I decided to go with the BIX 240. It's a really nice price and, like Ira-k said, really thick.

Now I just need to get rid of these two GTS Stealths i have. . . anyone need a cheap 240 rad? lol
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