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The price: it an rough estimate, and it can change the better way for costumers!
And don't forget VAT when converting to USD wink.gif
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SS tubes and ALUMI fins no thanks! copper tubes or go home!
artem, what about this?

also. 105mm? are they nuts? who will buy this thing? where they will fit it? most of cases space are ending with 60mm rad and 25mm fan. this will not going to work xD.

3kg of weight? LOOOOOOOOL

this is fail product for me.
Edited by prznar1 - 2/24/11 at 12:18pm
post #53 of 125
Nice...thanks for sharing!

Look forward to some test results.
    
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artem, what about this?

also. 105mm? are they nuts? who will buy this thing? where they will fit it? most of cases space are ending with 60mm rad and 25mm fan. this will not going to work xD.
Read the article. 60mm rads wiil be released. As for cooling material, I am a bit skeptical about it too, but only tests can clear things up.
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i would buy it if it was 80 euros..
no more for it..
might even do a review if i get discount
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Any info on what variety of stainless they are using?

I'll be interested in seeing the reviews
    
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It's going to be tough to beat what I currently have...but let's see

Oh and, TFC Admiral series started out looking like this, but then they want the way of some modular LEGO crap where you assemble radiators in funky shapes. A total flop.

It could be that TFC collaborated on this design, but when they abandoned it the company behind Thermalfins took the design over and decided to actually manufacture it.

I will speculate that this is exactly what happened here.
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The company started nearly 30 years ago with the development and production of heating components, like convection-grids and burners, guide rails and ceran-units for heating and cooking industries. Now company can boast of orders placed by Viessmann GmbH&Co KG, Küppersbusch GmbH, Oranier Heiztechnik, and other firms, including well-known auto-giant Audi.
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This equipment is used for machining materials like extruded aluminum, stainless-steel, tubes, wires, plates and different profiles.
Well looking at their customers and uses, the choices of aluminum and stainless steel in these radiators was probably made from a logistics stand point. They already have experience using these materials and they already have equipment that can handle the characteristics of these materials. Also using the same stock material that they use for their other products would make the cost difference between SS and copper/brass even larger. Their other products are most likely used in harsher environments where corrosion is a serious problem so it's understandable that they would regularly use aluminum and SS.

Now I'm not saying that the use of SS and aluminum is a better choice, I'm just trying to provide a possible reason why the company made the choice to use these materials in their rads.

Concerning the performance/price: This company has been around for 30 years so I'm sure they did their research on what kind of competition is out there and will price accordingly depending on how well this radiator stacks up performance wise. But, also remember this is a new radiator design which might incure some high intial manufacturing costs. And even if this rad performs only slightly better than the best rad already out, you pay a lot to be on that bleeding edge.
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I am not going to convince you that this is not a product by TFC. You can think what ever you want. But the fact is: it not a re-brand and it never was that way, this is true German made and not by Feser. That is all on this matter.

Regarding actual performance - rads will be tested soon to reveal how good/bad they are.
They are a rebrand, you have to be joking or trolling if you think they aren't.
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Seems crazily thick, cant see it fitting into many cases. Wont be going in my 700D for sure! Was hoping to be impressed by this design, I'm yet to be.
Edited by Willhemmens - 2/24/11 at 2:28pm
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