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Old 7th November 2007, 22:25   #1
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This Radiator is quite large and will require a roomy case if you're planning on keeping everything inside. It is made from brass and has an excellent paint job that looks very sharp, and shows fingerprints exceptionally well. One thing that I really like about this radiator is the design of the plenum chambers (top where the hoses go). They are designed so that they don't trap air at all. This is a nice feature as some other radiators, including the Black Ice Extreme, can hold air and then very slowly trickle that off into your system. Air bubbles can cause poor performance if one gets trapped in a waterblock and Swiftech has taken measures to reduce this risk.
http://www.bcchardware.com/index.php...24&Itemid= 40
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Interesting approach to test a WC radiator, would have loved to see different fan speeds tested too
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