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post #11 of 26 (permalink) Old 05-14-2020, 07:12 PM
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I'm looking into that now. I'm trying to find a radiator that has the multiports on one end and a a drain port on the opposite side. I have found this with an Alphacool 14174 NexXxoS UT60 but I keep hearing they're not that great. However I may not have a choice due to width restrictions, 125mm or less.
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Only one I know of is 60mm thick hardware labs SR2 360 here

http://hardwarelabs.com/blackice/sr2/360-mp/

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post #12 of 26 (permalink) Old 05-15-2020, 06:45 AM - Thread Starter
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Update. I've eliminated the t block configuration and have gone with my mock up. I've also done a much simpler single bend tube from the bottom rad to the GPU. I've gone up to 160 l/h. I still plan on changing out the bottom radiator at some point so I can take advantage of the space I have down there. I may condsider the X Flow radiator for up top but only if I can fine one that's similar length. These rads were already a pain in the ass to get installed.
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Can't use it on the bottom, that radiator is 133mm wide, I can only have 125mm.





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Only one I know of is 60mm thick hardware labs SR2 360 here

http://hardwarelabs.com/blackice/sr2/360-mp/
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Hi,
Don't know what that means and the rad is covered with paper towels so does it have 140mm fans or 120mm fans ?
If it's a dual 140mm rad 280mm rad they do have one of those too or is it a dual 120mm fans 240mm rad ?

http://hardwarelabs.com/blackice/sr2/240-mp/

http://hardwarelabs.com/blackice/sr2/280-mp/

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Quote: Originally Posted by RoivonPC View Post
I'm looking into that now. I'm trying to find a radiator that has the multiports on one end and a a drain port on the opposite side. I have found this with an Alphacool 14174 NexXxoS UT60 but I keep hearing they're not that great. However I may not have a choice due to width restrictions, 125mm or less.
The UT60 isn't a bad rad, I've used a couple over the years. Performance on them is fine, though they are a bit stunted with really low fan speeds. They only issue I ever had with them was the fact that cleaning AC rads can be a royal PITA, sometimes really dirty out of the box. They aren't HWL, but they aren't a terrible alternative.

And, why yes I have totally forgotten to put a plug in the end of a UT60 and proceeded to fill the loop.....

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Quote: Originally Posted by RoivonPC View Post
I'm looking into that now. I'm trying to find a radiator that has the multiports on one end and a a drain port on the opposite side. I have found this with an Alphacool 14174 NexXxoS UT60 but I keep hearing they're not that great. However I may not have a choice due to width restrictions, 125mm or less.
The UT60 isn't a bad rad, I've used a couple over the years. Performance on them is fine, though they are a bit stunted with really low fan speeds. They only issue I ever had with them was the fact that cleaning AC rads can be a royal PITA, sometimes really dirty out of the box. They aren't HWL, but they aren't a terrible alternative.

And, why yes I have totally forgotten to put a plug in the end of a UT60 and proceeded to fill the loop..... [IMG class=inlineimg]/forum/images/smilies/doh.gif[/IMG]
This exactly. I run a UT60. It was absolutely filthy. I can't count how many drains I had to do

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Hi,
I'm finding it so much easier to clean rads by making a temporary loop outside the case and also adding a decent filter to catch all the crap in them.
Plus you can shake/ flip... a rad a lot easier than a case, not impossible just a lot easier to deal with just a rad or two... than already install system in a case

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Are you 100% sure the pump is running at full speed? Should be 4800ish RPM.
I have 3 rads in my loop with 2 blocks and a single pump will net me 247lph at full speed so for you to only be getting 160ish that seems pretty low.
Also make sure none of your blocks are clogged.

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Hi,
I'm finding it so much easier to clean rads by making a temporary loop outside the case and also adding a decent filter to catch all the crap in them.
Plus you can shake/ flip... a rad a lot easier than a case, not impossible just a lot easier to deal with just a rad or two... than already install system in a case [IMG class=inlineimg]/forum/images/smilies/smile.gif[/IMG]
Do you run part 1 in a loop under pump?

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Do you run part 1 in a loop under pump?
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No.
Just after manual flushing part 1 out.

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