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thats some great testing martin! thank you!

gotta give this a couple moar reads.
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thats some great testing martin! thank you!

gotta give this a couple moar reads.
Thanks!

Now who's going to make a 560 "Behemoth"....
    
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Thanks!

Now who's going to make a 560 "Behemoth"....
Oh lord. You'd test it too

This looks interesting - I always thought these were the sort of "Fatal1ty" of rads - big, branded and clumsy. It seems I though wrong, and I'm not ashamed to have
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Thanks for the tests Martin!
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Thanks!

Now who's going to make a 560 "Behemoth"....
ask HWLabs to make a double-stacked GTX560. tell them to send me one too.
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Thanks Martin! Great post. =)
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Thanks for the testing! Man that thing flows like a sieve doesn't it, I like that in a rad that's still capable of removing some serious heat....One of those would be perfect on each of my TEC block outs. I might seriously have to look at getting 2 of those when I set my TEC bench back up, I was going to get another 480GTX but that rad is almost to good to resist.

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I've also in the process of testing learned a few things about testing and ended up changing my test method as a results. In particular, I think it's much more accurate and appropriate to calculate C/W values on radiators that are specific to "Water Average" as opposed to "Water Out". The reason being that "Water Out" depends on flow rate and it also depends on heat dissipated. "Water Average between inlet and outlet" on the other hand is not, it eliminates the delta between inlet and outlet since it's an average of the two.
So what your saying is that the average between in/out would be a consistent flow neutral measurement from rad to rad? But wouldn't the flow rate still figure into it since the loop flow is a constant?

But thats not what your saying, its the C/W value. Its early in the morning for me..

Thanks for the testing as always, its appeciated!
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Thanks for the testing! Man that thing flows like a sieve doesn't it, I like that in a rad that's still capable of removing some serious heat....One of those would be perfect on each of my TEC block outs. I might seriously have to look at getting 2 of those when I set my TEC bench back up, I was going to get another 480GTX but that rad is almost to good to resist.



So what your saying is that the average between in/out would be a consistent flow neutral measurement from rad to rad? But wouldn't the flow rate still figure into it since the loop flow is a constant?

But thats not what your saying, its the C/W value. Its early in the morning for me..

Thanks for the testing as always, its appeciated!
i dunno, with your fan noise tolerance you may be better off with some GTX560's.
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Wow.
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