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post #32 of 36
so wait, its basically just a bunch of stainless steel tubes= zero surface area of fans to hit huge LOLZ, and like also mentioned stainless steel? lolz

second off do these tubes just run straight across or are they connected and turn around in the end plates, if they don't turn around, then water will take the path of least resistance and water will only be flowing through a few tubes again major LOLZ and failz

I guess its nice that they tried, sadly it looks like a mess, the only way i can see this being useful is if they build a computer case out of them and sell that LOL
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post #33 of 36
Well, look at this Radiator from the year 2001 / 2002 from a little Company in Germany named 1a Cooling and compare it with the Admirals. Or the old HTF Series from Watercool.de , also round tube Radiators. So, we had round tubes in rads many years ago and i wouldn´t expect a very good performance from those Admirals. The only really new what i can see, is the "Lego Stone Do-It-Yourself Radiator Concept" But the question is, who needs that ?

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The real innovation in these rads is the sequential water-flow through all water-channels, that are made for high flows (by the looks, its 8-10mm in diameter. But those quick 90 deg. turns ruin the hole idea. It would be better to do something like in mora 2.
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Also did a little math. From that pic, there are 30 water-channels in a single "cooling unit". Considering this is a Monsta (as Mario said), and can fit 140mm fan, the length of a single tube should be at least 140mm. So that give 4.2 meters of water-path, whereas Mario mentioned 3.5 (as i understood). Sound like, not only Feser knows nothing about its product, apart from marketing, but also has math troubles.
Again, the box that says Triple 140 rad and we see double Monsta rad. facepalm.gif
post #35 of 36
where do they say the water flow turns around tho? I have a hunch they don't connect at all and all the tubes just end up in the end plate with no turns or anything.
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post #36 of 36
The end plate does the turns. Both bottom and top plates have have small channels that lead the water from one water-channel to another. The same way water moves in mora2
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