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EKWB EK-CoolStream SE 360 Radiator, Slim Triple, Black

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Manufacturer

EKWB

Part #

3831109860472

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    faceFISTER93
    • 100 points
    • 17 days ago

    from completed build Dream Build

    I've used alphcool rads, hwlabs, xspc, and bitspower. They're all so similar outside of a controlled enviroment (meaning a room with a set temp and humidity level.) Maybe its because I've only used Corsair SP/ML and Noctua fans, but they're all relatively close in temps. If you just read about the FPI and put the correct fan on... it works. The one downside outside the XE is not having all the ports like you do with other manufacturers. People may say more leak points, but I never had a problem with them aside from where to put the fitting and where to run the tubing. An alphacool nexxos ut60 on the bottom would've allowed me to put the FLT horizontal, which I really wanted to do.

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