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Black Ice® NEMESIS® GTX® Advanced PC Radiators

The Black Ice® PC Radiators ushered the dawn of professional PC watercooling over 10 years ago with the Black Ice® Pro and Xtreme series. These were followed by the groundbreaking Black Ice® Gen Two, GTS® and GTX ® PC radiators, providing unprecedented performance for compact form factor heat exchangers.

Enter NEMESIS®
The Black Ice® NEMESIS® Advanced PC Radiators are a culmination of over a decade's worth of experience in ultra compact heat exchanger design. Black Ice® NEMESIS® radiators feature Supercruise™ optimizations that maximize performance for an even wider range of fan speeds. The Black Ice® NEMESIS® GTX® radiators will achieve ultra-stealth operation using sub-800 rpm fans and scale up performance with higher rpm fans.

Internal core optimizations provide an unprecedented 15% increase in internal surface area that also enhances overall system flow rates. A radically optimized 25 micron copper fin core provides increased frontal surface area, while also dramatically reducing air pressure drop enhancing fan performance.

Bring It On!
These optimizations combined with the unique Black Ice® GTX® dual core flow pattern yields a single 120mm radiator capable of handling 450W. The NEMESIS® 120 GTX® will essentially allow a system builder to unify a CPU/GPU loop into one 120mm radiator.

The Black Ice® 560 GTX®, the monolithic quad-140mm fan iteration, is rated for 2500W of heat dissipation, easily providing top notch thermal management performance for any overclocked quad SLI/Crossfire rig, with surplus capacity to spare.

Quality Beyond Skin Deep
The trademark craftmanship of Black Ice® radiators remain unsurpassed and the NEMESIS® maintains that tradition. The new finish, dubbed Dark Matter™ emphasizes the aggressive angles on each NEMESIS® radiator with an even more solid build quality. (Euro Version uses a Black Carbon finish)

And it doesn't stop there. The quality of the Black Ice® NEMESIS® radiators do not just go skin deep -Hardware Labs backs each Black Ice® NEMESIS® radiator with a lifetime warranty* against defects. Another first in the industry.

Black Ice® NEMESIS® GTX® radiators are now being made available across Europe and is exclusively distributed by CaseKing GmbH.


Hardware Labs Performance Systems, Inc., is the pioneer and only company specializing in the design and manufacture of high performance PC watercooling radiators. It serves numerous industries with its high performance compact form factor heat exchangers, from high performance computing, motorsports, military, medical, power generation and power electronics.






Black Ice, GTX, NEMESIS, and Supercruise are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of Hardware Labs Performance Systems, in the US, EU, and other other countries. Other company and product names maybe trademarks of their respective owners.
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