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Old May 11, 2017, 06:38 AM
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If the pump is strong enough to handle a GPU water block, a 360mm radiator like this could easily cool both a GTX 1080 and a Ryzen 1700 or 6700k/7700k at stock clocks, and possibly overclocked. It's not uncommon to see slim radiators cooling up to 300 watts of power these days in push-pull.

In addition those Fractal HP fans are very good for radiators (I have tried the 140mm fans for 280mm rads), and because they are off-the-shelf fans, getting more for push-pull to enhance performance by another 15-20% is easy and they are very reasonably priced.

Considering the performance versus price, and the fact that a number of cases in the past three years in ATX and Micro-ATX can handle 360mm radiators, this should be the go-to setup for most people. Hell, even the S24 would be great too.

Great review!
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Xeven: How about 10^8.450980400142567e-001 -as a possible replacement for "10e"

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