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Interesting... I wonder if they'll sell well.
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About the Admirals its quite wierd as there was an info on dazmode.com that new Monstas' and Admirals' were already in transit...

Propably agree with budymania as the X is nearly the same as here, type of technology looks like like these but more developped...

My 2nd idea was Aquacomputer as they are the company that like to underline their products coming from Germany, and they have similar product here...
Found on their forums that 2nd rev of their airplex revolution rads is coming shortly and their waiting for the review... (In moments like these I love google translate, even its making stiupid mistakes)
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Originally Posted by Chunky_Chimp View Post
In the second part of the interview (I think) with TFC's owners, they outright said that the Admirals are made in Germany. I don't know if they were talking about the prototypes, but that was what was said.
The key component of Admiral and possibly this new rad is tubing, which is proprietary product of German manufacturer which keep its patented technology close to its chest. So, if something similar looking would come out of China it has to be something else.

Seems competition is heating up! Not one , but two German products can't be bad. Looks like either Aquacomputer or Watercool for me. Both solid companies --I'm getting excited!
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About the Admirals its quite wierd as there was an info on dazmode.com that new Monstas' and Admirals' were already in transit...

Propably agree with budymania as the X is nearly the same as here, type of technology looks like like these but more developped...

My 2nd idea was Aquacomputer as they are the company that like to underline their products coming from Germany, and they have similar product here...
Found on their forums that 2nd rev of their airplex revolution rads is coming shortly and their waiting for the review... (In moments like these I love google translate, even its making stiupid mistakes)
Aquaomputer is a great WC manufacturer!
AC cuplex Kryos XT for example ..best block out there
There raidators are very good as well
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If you look at the specs of the Admiral Monsta, it claims an internal tubing path of almost 54 feet. Not sure how accurate this is, or how they claim this measurement, but that would help account for the surface area. And, an 'advertised' capacity of 600mL...

Not sure what the supposed dimensions are on this rad posted here, but both seem very similar engineering designs.
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Seems competition is heating up! Not one , but two German products can't be bad. Looks like either Aquacomputer or Watercool for me. Both solid companies --I'm getting excited!
Well, Aquacomputer would just have their logo on it with Magicool making it, and that's not their logo.
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Just to note: it is not Aquacomputer nor Watercool product
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Then... it's a new Black Ice?
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keep guessing, not much manufacturers are left
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Tom ?

Is that you?

Your making your own competing Rad against TFC?

I believe this is Tom, he was working with TFC on the Admiral but there was a split between the two companies. I think TFC screwed Tom over and started his own design. I just dont know what Toms company name is.


3 reasons why I think this may be true.

1)The classic Laser etch on the side of the radiator is from one of TFC manuf.

2)This person also did not agree with TFC's now modular design.

3)This person mentions hw-lab, This person also did an interview about admirals design with hw-lab a month or so back, that TFC denies knowing. I think that this is the guy they deny working with now. Search admiral feser and you can read the interview from the guy that i think started this thread.

Again, I may be wrong.

This thing has TFC written all over it, some how I think this is either TFC, they sold their patent, or someone else is producing for them or like I said its the disgruntled guy that was working on the Admiral for TFC. This Tom guy...

Certaintly good be AT as well......They are a quasi manuf I guess, more rebranded items than a manuf but I think that they think of themselves as a manuf more than a glorified retailer so could be them too.....I know AT and TFC also have passionate hate for one another so the fact that this posted said " not modular crap" could give it away too....

IM gonna guess its this Tom disgruntled ex partner of TFC on Admiral or AT Final Answer.

Both are in Germany
AT likes to hype their own juice in forums.

I love a good watercooling mystery.....
Edited by FrozenCPU - 2/17/11 at 1:51am
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