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Hi all !!
What performance difference do you think it will be between:
- Hardware Labs Nemesis 360GTX (54 mm height) - Link for reference and
- Hardware Labs Nemesis 360 GTS (~30mm height) - Link for reference

considering the same setup, everything else exactly the same, for 1 high end cpu (4-10cores) + 1 high end gpu, same good quality pump, same reservoir,etc...and assuming same fans at around 1300-1500 rpm maximum, (low rpm fans) ... ?


P.S. First one is almost double the size of the first one in height(thickness).

Thank you for the answers.

From the roundups I have seen, you will get less than 10% increase in cooling capacity going from a 30mm to a 60mm thick radiator. I will try to find the links. Surface area has a much greater effect on cooling compared to thickness. Like IT Diva said, if you have the room and it will look good, go with the thicker one. If not, go with the thin one. I'm using the thinner GTS style and I think they work great.

EDIT: Here is the link to the roundup I remember seeing.
Edited by kl6mk6 - 9/3/16 at 10:32am
post #100372 of 107737
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Originally Posted by andre02 View Post

Hi all !!
What performance difference do you think it will be between:
- Hardware Labs Nemesis 360GTX (54 mm height) - Link for reference and
- Hardware Labs Nemesis 360 GTS (~30mm height) - Link for reference

considering the same setup, everything else exactly the same, for 1 high end cpu (4-10cores) + 1 high end gpu, same good quality pump, same reservoir,etc...and assuming same fans at around 1300-1500 rpm maximum, (low rpm fans) ... ?


P.S. First one is almost double the size of the first one in height(thickness).

Thank you for the answers.

You can compare the performance of both of those rads here. http://www.xtremerigs.net/2015/02/11/radiator-round-2015/5/
post #100373 of 107737
Cool test. Im still positive about magicool g2 ive bought. Probably still best pp ratio.
post #100374 of 107737
Was wondering if I could use thermal paste or maybe something I could pick up local. I have bits power ram blocks that I bought used. I bought the thermal pad off performance pc website but it came as only one pad basically enough for one side of a dimm. (Picture on the website made it seem like it was the complete set) anyways now I need to order 8 more but with Monday being Labor Day I can't get anything shipped out fast enough. Could I use thermal paste or another alternative. If not I'm ordering them anyways. Seems kinda crazy with shipping that 8 thermal pads for 4 ram would be 42 dollars with shipping when brand new the whole entire set is 100. Oh well my fault should have bought it new lesson learned.
    
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ek fc 780 gpu block for gtx 780 ek gtx 780 backplate Petg primochill tubing Primochill Revolver Fittings Silver 
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Bitspower 150ml Reservior multi z tank Bitspower acrylic ddc pump top (polished) ek ddc black housing ek csq 90 adapter fittings 
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WD Blue 1tb Samsung 840 evo asus swiftech mcp35x 
CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
ek fc 780 gpu block for gtx 780 ek gtx 780 backplate Petg primochill tubing Primochill Revolver Fittings Silver 
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Bitspower 150ml Reservior multi z tank Bitspower acrylic ddc pump top (polished) ek ddc black housing ek csq 90 adapter fittings 
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xspc 360 rad swiftech 240 rad 5 sp120 corsair pwm high performance fans on sw... 3 corsair af140mm fans 
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So I am getting tired of all the red that I have in my build.
Would like to change it to something else. I will have to paint VRM heatsink and RAM heatspreaders too and change the sleeving on the wires.
Any suggestions? Was thinking about painting heatsinks in black so they would be neutral.
As for fluid I am open for suggestions (my gf suggested purple but I am not sure on that biggrin.gif )
post #100376 of 107737
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Originally Posted by orvils View Post

So I am getting tired of all the red that I have in my build.
Would like to change it to something else. I will have to paint VRM heatsink and RAM heatspreaders too and change the sleeving on the wires.
Any suggestions? Was thinking about painting heatsinks in black so they would be neutral.
As for fluid I am open for suggestions (my gf suggested purple but I am not sure on that biggrin.gif )
purple actually looks good. A nice blue does as well. Have you thought of going clear than using rgb strips by say daz mod. If you do it right you can pretty much make the build however you feel that day. One week blue another week yellow
    
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Intel i7 4790k @ 4.8ghz 1.29v Asus z97 Pro gxt 780 sc Overclocked Kingston Fury 1600 ddr3 ram 
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WD Blue 1tb Samsung 840 evo asus swiftech mcp35x 
CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
ek fc 780 gpu block for gtx 780 ek gtx 780 backplate Petg primochill tubing Primochill Revolver Fittings Silver 
CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
Bitspower 150ml Reservior multi z tank Bitspower acrylic ddc pump top (polished) ek ddc black housing ek csq 90 adapter fittings 
CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
xspc 360 rad swiftech 240 rad 5 sp120 corsair pwm high performance fans on sw... 3 corsair af140mm fans 
OSMonitorKeyboardPower
windows 8.1 asus 144hz 1080p monitor razer blackwidow mechanical tournment edition Seasonic 850watt semi modular 80 plus bronze m1... 
CaseMouseMouse PadAudio
Phanteks Enthoo Pro Black Steel Series Rival Steel Series QCK Creative Sound Blaster Z 
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Intel i7 4790k @ 4.8ghz 1.29v Asus z97 Pro gxt 780 sc Overclocked Kingston Fury 1600 ddr3 ram 
Hard DriveHard DriveOptical DriveCooling
WD Blue 1tb Samsung 840 evo asus swiftech mcp35x 
CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
ek fc 780 gpu block for gtx 780 ek gtx 780 backplate Petg primochill tubing Primochill Revolver Fittings Silver 
CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
Bitspower 150ml Reservior multi z tank Bitspower acrylic ddc pump top (polished) ek ddc black housing ek csq 90 adapter fittings 
CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
xspc 360 rad swiftech 240 rad 5 sp120 corsair pwm high performance fans on sw... 3 corsair af140mm fans 
OSMonitorKeyboardPower
windows 8.1 asus 144hz 1080p monitor razer blackwidow mechanical tournment edition Seasonic 850watt semi modular 80 plus bronze m1... 
CaseMouseMouse PadAudio
Phanteks Enthoo Pro Black Steel Series Rival Steel Series QCK Creative Sound Blaster Z 
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post #100377 of 107737
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Originally Posted by emsj86 View Post

purple actually looks good. A nice blue does as well. Have you thought of going clear than using rgb strips by say daz mod. If you do it right you can pretty much make the build however you feel that day. One week blue another week yellow

Hmm, might have to reconsider purple. I was leaning towards pastels or clear. I don't particularly like RGB. I had RGB strips in my build but tore them out in favor of white led strips because white that is produced by them was too blueish.
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post #100379 of 107737
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Originally Posted by orvils View Post

So I am getting tired of all the red that I have in my build.
Would like to change it to something else. I will have to paint VRM heatsink and RAM heatspreaders too and change the sleeving on the wires.
Any suggestions? Was thinking about painting heatsinks in black so they would be neutral.
As for fluid I am open for suggestions (my gf suggested purple but I am not sure on that biggrin.gif )

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What Tube Sizes are these 16mm? or 14mm?
post #100380 of 107737
Mine is 16mm
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