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Radiators Part 3 – Small and thick or slim and big?

Time to continue the story about radiators for liquid cooling. We have covered the basics about radiators in the Part 1 blog, and in Part 2 we even showed some charts. Part 2 clarified things about radiator performance, how radiator performance is expressed and how do we read radiator performance charts. We have shown how two of the most popular radiator sizes (120 and 140mm), with different thickness variants, relate to one another performance-wise.

PCAXE by Atila Gobor

PC modder Atila decided to give tribute to the place where he got introduced to modding, overclocking and water cooling for the first time. This build is the result.

Purple Rain by by Tiche PC Customs

The PC was built for one of their more demanding clients, so choosing the best hardware components goes hand in hand with a full custom liquid cooling loop. Great performance, aesthetics and longer lasting components are the core words that describe this system.

In Win H-Tower by AlternateBE

Alternate België team have put together a real mechanized treat that boasts as much power as it does eye candy. A In Win H-Tower motorised transformer PC case you have to see in action.

Black & White by PCAXE

Our brethren in Serbia successfully built a two in one build with some beautiful looking extras. They managed to cram up high performing PC components into two mini-ITX Metis cases interconnected with a custom CNC designed reservoir front plate.