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I friend recommended me to get this one:
http://www.svc.com/rad-3330.html

Is there any better rads than this one but under $100?
The RX360 is $95.
post #12 of 22
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Well I had this radiator before:
http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/thtahipera15.html

If I fit that rad I guess I could fit the xspc? Still need to see what's the best choice under $100.
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post #13 of 22
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Well I had this radiator before:
http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/thtahipera15.html

If I fit that rad I guess I could fit the xspc? Still need to see what's the best choice under $100.

Yeah I have the same case as you and fit my xspc rx360 on the top of the case.
post #14 of 22
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Well I had this radiator before:
http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/thtahipera15.html

If I fit that rad I guess I could fit the xspc? Still need to see what's the best choice under $100.
That rad is still a good contender.
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post #15 of 22
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I friend recommended me to get this one:
http://www.svc.com/rad-3330.html

Is there any better rads than this one but under $100?
The HW labs radiators are great, however one point of regret I have in getting one is that you will need to run fans at high speed (even high CFM/high pressure fans) because of how dense the radiator's fins are. That being said, the amount of heat it'll dissipate is higher than other radiators of the same size, however with these really dense radiators (>10-15 FPI) will require lots of fan work.

I see their marketing materials on their website suggest that it performs on par with the Xtreme series even at lower fan speeds, so maybe they found a way for that to work, which would negate my previous comment, however I just don't have enough experience to say for sure. My impression was that the more FPI on any radiator, the more fans you need to keep temperatures under control, however it will hold it's control for much longer than lower FPI radiators (i.e. you can add more parts under the same radiator and it will still be able to keep them cool).

Either of those two radiators later in the thread will be better at low fan speed (in theory) because of their lower FPI, but it depends on whether you plan to eventually cool more than CPU and 1 GPU. If you're planning on having a big loop in the future the HW-Labs gives you more future possibility (probably 120% performance over the others at high fan speeds). It's all about what you want to accomplish with your loop.

BTW low fan speed is about <800 RPM, high fan speed is >1200-1400 I believe, so that should put into perspective what fans you'd need for each type of radiator. If you're planning on static 1600 RPM fans anyway, than there's no reason to not go with the higher FPI fans.
post #16 of 22
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So its between these two radiators:

http://www.svc.com/rad-3330.html

and

http://www.svc.com/rx360.html

Which do you think I should get for my loop, btw I was thinking to get some scythe s-flex fans at 1600RPM (three).
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Rx360 with those fans.
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Ive had good experience with Thermochill so my recommendation is Thermochill PA series!
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post #19 of 22
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Ive had good experience with Thermochill so my recommendation is Thermochill PA series!

Well I need a radiator for three fans that are 120mm but there PA series is for 140mm and I had a TA120 thermochill before so its like a downgrade if I get the same brand. That's why I was thinking to make a budget off $100 and get something else besides thermochill.
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Well I need a radiator for three fans that are 120mm but there PA series is for 140mm
http://www.thermo-chill.com/products...-radiator-15mm
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