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[Swiftech]Swiftech Boreas DIY Liquid Cooling Kits are out!



https://hexus.net/tech/items/cooling...-cooling-kits/


* New Hydrae GT 27mm thick radiators
* New RGB fans for people that like that sort of thing , along with their IRIS RGB controller

* Hydrx NF, a new Swiftech Nanofluid based coolant formulated by Mayhems


Can be purchased off their site , all of them have D5 pump with the glass Maelstrom res:

https://www.swiftech.com/boreas.aspx

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So $260 for a single 120 aio who the eff they think they are apple?

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So $260 for a single 120 aio who the eff they think they are apple?

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That's pretty much the cost of a D5 Pump/res combo + waterblock + 120mm rad without fittings or tubing.

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Eh it's around $320-460 for the 240 and 360. You're still getting a D5 Maelstrom res with the 120mm radiator , so that's a kit for people that intend to expand it. The competing EK RGB kit is $550-600.


It's worthy of note the CPU block isn't the top end one from Swiftech, it's the $50 one.

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the block seemed interesting, I was thinking about it the other day - having many individual rows/columns of fins would prevent really any laminar flow even in low-flow situations. Not sure how much of an improvement it is if you already have turbulent flow through strait fins of similar dimensions but without the extra segregation. I guess in that instance surface area is king, and the only real way to know is to test it empirically and/or do some fluid dynamics analysis

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Why don't these kits ever come with valves? Are the coolants not meant to be drained?

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Don't worry you can configure the 120mm with a few easy options to cost $400.

Swiftech is out of their mind as always.
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Hmmm will they warranty $15k setups of these leak?

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The new res/pump combos look nice and I look forward to seeing the testing on the rads. I wonder how this nanofluid differs from the Mayhems nano by Ice Dragon besides being significantly cheaper.

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Hmmm will they warranty $15k setups of these leak?

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You gonna cool a 15K rig with an entry level loop?

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