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What radiators

Post #1 by kimandsally » Mon Nov 03, 2014 9:28 pm

What are todays best radiators? I have a Thermochill PA 120.3
I have a TJ07 so I can fit a 120.4 in the case, it has to be inside the case so none of the 3X3 X 120mm radiators.

There is a lot more out there as to when I bought the PA 120.3.



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Re: What radiators

Post #2 by 1Day » Mon Nov 03, 2014 10:04 pm

The Thermochill 120.3 is still the best radiator made. If you can get more jump at the opportunity.
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Re: What radiators

Post #3 by Pulse88 » Mon Nov 03, 2014 10:21 pm

That depends on what you are after silent,preformance,push/pull setup, high pressurefans/low.

I have alot of rads

Thermochill(low fpi) is one of best when using low prsasure, low/medium speed fans

If u want pure preformence i would look at Hw labs extreme(high fpi) rads. And use high pressure fans medium/high speed in push pull config(for better preformance delta).

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Re: What radiators

Post #4 by kimandsally » Mon Nov 03, 2014 11:04 pm

Hi I do like my silence when not benching and I use Gentle Typhoons the 1850 RPM version at full they are noisey to me but as things go they are very quiet.

I would still use the Gentle Typhoons as they are superb fans bloody expensive now at nearly £50 each but I have 8 in stock that I got a a reasonable price.

So if I do go for a 120.4 what radiator would be the one to match those fans?

And would I getter better performance with the 120.4 as opposed to my 120.3
I was thinking if it's 1-2 degree's I maybe would do it but the price might come into it.

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Post #5 by pgi947 » Mon Nov 03, 2014 11:22 pm

Hwlabs Sr-1's all the way :D
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Re: What radiators

Post #6 by Pulse88 » Mon Nov 03, 2014 11:53 pm

If you have 8 gt 1850(very good static pressure) i would get a 120.4 rad and do push/pull config with 480Nemesis gtx rad from hw labs. ;)

ONly thing you nead is a fancontroller when you want silence.

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Re: What radiators

Post #7 by kimandsally » Fri Nov 28, 2014 1:25 pm

1Day do you know if this radiator http://www.scan.co.uk/products/alphacoo ... m-radiator

Is better than the Thermochill PA 120.3 that I already have, could be that I might be able to help a fellow forum member if it is. If it is better any idea how much?

Thanks as always.

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Re: What radiators

Post #8 by Doug2507 » Fri Oct 09, 2015 7:50 am

Old thread but...TJ07 is great for water. You can get 2x 360's in there no problem, did it with my old one. 2nd goes in the roof, just need to cut the case on the top, fit some mesh then mount the rad underneath it. Don't think i've got pics anymore unfortunately though.
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Re: What radiators

Post #9 by davidmitchell139 » Fri Aug 25, 2017 9:00 am

In my knowledge. Depends on what sort of radiator. On my car, a perfect radiator would be one that doesn't leak. For electromagnetic waves including light that would be a "black body" which emits a continuous spectrum of light of all frequencies.


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