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Also I don't know if anyone saw, but the price, 185 euro for a steel tube /aluminum fins radiator in the 3x120/140 front and back setup, that is going to keep it waaaaaay out of the market.

Also just the size of it, is going to keep a lot of people away from it.
Already today a 55mm radiator is pretty big, let alone a 105mm like they show here.
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The liquid does 10 or 11 passes through the rad each time around the loop. Seems like really sick cooling, but how does this type of resistance impede flow?
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what exactly you want to see?
I was looking for a 'through the rad' view which would give some impression about what kind of path the air would take through the fins TBH.
    
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The liquid does 10 or 11 passes through the rad each time around the loop. Seems like really sick cooling, but how does this type of resistance impede flow?
Well, the tube inner diameter is 8 mm, which fairly enough for high-flow systems.
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I was looking for a 'through the rad' view which would give some impression about what kind of path the air would take through the fins TBH.
I will take a look at what can be done with that
Edited by Artem - 2/24/11 at 9:49am
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The rumour on the linked site, is that this is the company that was making the Admiral series rads for Feser, and either they made too many, or Frozen couldn't pay or... well, any number of reasons. So they're selling them directly.
They do look crazy good rads tho.
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They do look crazy good rads tho.
Look being the keyword here.

Aluminum fins? Stainless tubing? Why... WHY!? Are we gonna put these in race cars or what?

Too bad they will sell these to all the watercooling noobs who like their looks to look better than they function.
 
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Look being the keyword here.

Aluminum fins? Stainless tubing? Why... WHY!? Are we gonna put these in race cars or what?

Too bad they will sell these to all the watercooling noobs who like their looks to look better than they function.
Really? I mean, what are you crying about? You haven't even seen a performance review on these and are merely judging them on looks. Seems to be a bit hypocritical to me.
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The rumour on the linked site, is that this is the company that was making the Admiral series rads for Feser, and either they made too many, or Frozen couldn't pay or... well, any number of reasons. So they're selling them directly.
They do look crazy good rads tho.
Let me get this straight: no body is selling these just to cover financial losses. Admirals were never put into serial production due to TFC having some "misunderstanding" with LoettersMetall. And the last, as the owner of the patent for these rads, started its own radiator line-up -Thermalfins.
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Let me get this straight: no body is selling these just to cover financial losses. Admirals were never put into serial production due to TFC having some "misunderstanding" with LoettersMetall. And the last, as the owner of the patent for these rads, started its own radiator line-up -Thermalfins.
I think it's clear you have some insider information regarding these companies, their radiators, and any fallings out that may have occurred between the two. Have you described how you fit into this picture?

Thus far, we have: you giving us the first glimpse of the non-TFC variant of the design, it's defense of how it has nothing to to with TFC, and spatterings of details which haven't surfaced elsewhere, and general unwarranted support for a completely unproven product.

Who are you?
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