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    First time liquid cooling user…anyone recommends Feser limited edition Monsta Lite radiators?? ultimatepccooling.com found a 5% coupon
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    Originally Posted by hellpatrol
    First time liquid cooling user…anyone recommends Feser limited edition Monsta Lite radiators?? ultimatepccooling.com found a 5% coupon
    Yes, Feser (TFC) make high quality products, I have been distributing their products for a couple years now. I would recommend using their Triebwerk fans or Noiseblocker fans as well. You can learn more about Feser products from the .com sites below.


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    Originally Posted by hellpatrol
    First time liquid cooling user…anyone recommends Feser limited edition Monsta Lite radiators?? ultimatepccooling.com found a 5% coupon
    It's all going to depend on what type of cooling solution you are after. How many pieces are you trying to cool? Is it just a CPU or are you piping your whole rig through the system?

    The Monsta rads are great, but they are really expensive for the extra 1-3 degrees of extra cooling you get. The best bang for the buck rads are going to be the Black Ice SR1 or GT Stealth low profiles. These rads are a lot cheaper and don't require the extra static pressure that is needed to push air through a thicker rad. On top of that, since the rad is a lower profile and less powerful fans are needed, you also cut down on the ambient noise that will be generated.

    Check out the links below to the rad and fans that I would recommend.

    Radiators
    Black Ice GT Stealth
    Black Ice SR1

    Fans
    Scythe Gentle Typhoon 1850 RPM

    Remember, it's not always just the CFM that gets the cooling done. Static pressure, when it comes to water cooling is just as important. These fans generate a lot of it and are extremely quiet.

    Let me know if you have any more questions.
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    Water cooling is a method of heat removal from components and industrial equipment. As opposed to air cooling, water is used as the heat conductor. Water cooling is commonly used for cooling automobile internal combustion engines and large industrial facilities such as steam electric power plants, hydroelectric generators, petroleum refineries and chemical plants.
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    don't waste moneys on expensive radiators, some used car radiator do the job perfectly.
    Save moneys for waterblock and pump.

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