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Thanks for the results again Martin!!

Will be really interested to see how these perform againsnt Black Ice Stealths in the Thermal Testing round.
Most people consider these to be a really low performance rad but hopefully it'll beat the Stealth and make people think twice about them!

PS: Don't suppose you've got a set of UV CCFL's there to take a quick shot of the rads under UV light do you?
    
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Thanks for the results again Martin!!

Will be really interested to see how these perform againsnt Black Ice Stealths in the Thermal Testing round.
Most people consider these to be a really low performance rad but hopefully it'll beat the Stealth and make people think twice about them!

PS: Don't suppose you've got a set of UV CCFL's there to take a quick shot of the rads under UV light do you?
The one test link I provided on my site had one guy that seemed pretty happy compared to the BIP. I don't have any spare CCFL tubes for photos, but I just ordered some bulbs on ebay for doing some product type photos. I have a nice UV blue reservoir that could use some UV shots as well.
    
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That looks like it will work great...Having the sensors permanently mounted in the same position will help take that variable out, good idea..Its looking really good Martin...
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Thanks, here are a few more pics of the new testing facility..




    
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Got some wiring done didn't you...Looks good....Thats about where I try to keep my probe to, about half-way between hub and rim, I have mine a little closer to the fan itself, they do get into it every now and then but those cheap tape probes it doesn't really hurt anyway...I'm glad you like playing with this stuff, a lot of its really useful...This rad testing is going to be great, look forward to it, I bet the Bonnie will amaze a lot of guys.....I need to get one of those quad HC's to before that place bites the dust or something, I'd bet $$$ that it would do every bit as well as a PA or GTX for a lot less money with higher cfm fans..I'm going to guess the Bonnie will stay under a 10C rad out to ambient with a 400-500W load and the 86 Pana in pull..That might be a little optimistic with-out shrouds, but I'm sticking with it......A push-pull I know it would...
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