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post #11 of 22
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It's actually a full-blown 3x3 radiator, theres only one in and one out for the water, so no having to connect each rad to eachother.

Heres a better shot of one, it looks like 3 rads to me....Try it and see how it does for you, let us know how it does...


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Are you kidding, I'm going nowhere near that....thing! Maybe for a better price...but even then it's just TOO big.
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Ok, looks like it's legit, so conversation continued in the form of what to buy in the other thread.
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What all are you trying to cool, just CPU, or CPU and GPU? Does fan noise bother you?
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Not quite, it has 2 inputs and 2 outputs.

Performance-PCs.com

I know the 2x2 model performs pretty well, I think it is what DuckieHo use's in his loop.
No... I'm using a giant heatercore: http://www.moddersmart.com/index.php...ategory_id=240
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What all are you trying to cool, just CPU, or CPU and GPU? Does fan noise bother you?
I'm ok with noise up to 30dba per fan at MOST, I alredy have some 34dbas, and I have to undervolt them.

edit: how do you close a thread lol? not in thread tools...Right now I would really need input on the loop in the other thread.
Edited by Adrienspawn - 6/20/08 at 12:14pm
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No... I'm using a giant heatercore: http://www.moddersmart.com/index.php...ategory_id=240
Ahh, sorry about that. Never seen a heatercore that large before.
    
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Thats just 3-360 rads held together with a frame...You can probably do the same for cheaper if you look around for used rads...I've not known anyone who has used a Magicool rad so I don't know much about their performance..A lot of the European gear is optimized for 1/4" tubing, which doesn't work to well with our high flow rigs....
the standard magicools are BIP/BIX clones, and perform similarly according to what ive seen from reviews and comparisons. Their new Elegance series however, are extremely great rads, outperforming most 2 layer rads, while being just a single layer rad itself. seems optimised for medium fans... (~50-80CFM) has nice fin design, pure copper tubes. the 120, 240 and 360 all have reservoirs, like the swiftech Compact-kit rads do. They are absolutely great bang for buck rads, and should be the first choise for people who cant afford a GTX or PA.
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the standard magicools are BIP/BIX clones, and perform similarly according to what ive seen from reviews and comparisons. Their new Elegance series however, are extremely great rads, outperforming most 2 layer rads, while being just a single layer rad itself. seems optimised for medium fans... (~50-80CFM) has nice fin design, pure copper tubes. the 120, 240 and 360 all have reservoirs, like the swiftech Compact-kit rads do. They are absolutely great bang for buck rads, and should be the first choise for people who cant afford a GTX or PA.
Oooh, thanks, reppy!

Looks like I'm going with a magicool 240!
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post #20 of 22
if i had the cash and liked a LOT of fans i'd go for it lol
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