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what are the best rads out. i want a 2 fan rad not 3.

ive been told the best is thermochill rads.
    
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what are the best rads out. i want a 2 fan rad not 3.

ive been told the best is thermochill rads.
The Thermochill and Black Ice GTX series are right there with each other. Thermochill if you're gonna use low CFM fans, GTX if your gonna use high CFM fans.
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Personaly the Black Ice GTX is the most godly thing I have ever ran water through. It could cool My car!
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Personaly the Black Ice GTX is the most godly thing I have ever ran water through. It could cool My car!
have you tried thermochill?
    
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As said, thermochill will beat the gtx using low cfm fans, other way around using high cfm fans.
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As said, thermochill will beat the gtx using low cfm fans, other way around using high cfm fans.
so low fans as in 2500 rpms?
    
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so low fans as in 2500 rpms?
RPM doesn't directly correlate with CFM. When we say low fans we mean low cfm fans. Like this and this is a high cfm fan.
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As said, thermochill will beat the gtx using low cfm fans, other way around using high cfm fans.
So what is considered low and high CFM?

Would ~68CFM fans be "high"?
    
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So what is considered low and high CFM?

Would ~68CFM fans be "high"?
medium range,

High range would be 133cfm ultra krazes to delta's (for the deaf) at 190 cfm
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some preliminary testing (on XS) showed that the Feser Xchanger 240 outperformed the PA 120.2 by a bit
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