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An absolute high-end radiator with an exceptional price-performance-ratio. This new Phobya radiator offers not only excellent design and quality of manufacturing, it also provides excellent cooling performance.
The new Phobya radiators of the Xtreme series belong to the absolute high-end heat exchangers. The copper fins are optimized for super-silent fans. The low flow resistance is achieved using parallel coolant channels. This radiator is optimal for slow-spinning fans with a diameter of 180mm and more.
The special feature of this radiator are the removable fan adaptors (only one fan plate included). These faceplates have multiple M3 threads which make the radiator compatible with many different fans and hence cases. The Phobya Xtreme 200 radiator may also be used without a fan, the cooling performance is sufficient for small systems. The passive performance can be improved by completely removing the fan adaptor plates for maximum cooling surface.
The radiator has 4 G1/4" threads integrated to allow use of all common fittings. The included black nickel screw caps can be used to seal the two unused threads.
Version 2 Full Copper
Total Reviews: 9 Average Rating:
Excellent, minor details.07-23-2013
Reviewer: Ronin (2)
I found this rad overall as excellent, the only two thinks I would complain are: 1) The lower part (where the ports are located) is kinda "bended" lightly, so, if you look at the rad from the side, it is not a straight piece from top to bottom, instead, it is more like a "L" shape. 2) One of the screws that hold the adaptor plate came overtighten, so, I''ll have to replace it.
Awesome Rad, little on the big side tho06-22-2013
Reviewer: exia (1)
Recently picked this up for my Corsair 600T build (well...the second part of it), and it is a sick radiator to throw in the case. However, this latest revision for me did not quite fit the way that I had previously been lead to believe. In order to get it to fit in the front of my 600T, I was forced to do a fair bit of surgery to the dvd cage of my case. A slot had to be cut in order to get this to fit. However, if that sort of modding to your case is not an issue, then this is a great radiator, and makes an awesome addition to any 600T.
...for the front of my 600T06-05-2013
Reviewer: krsboss (1)
I live in Australia and had this radiator delivered from USA as I found it difficult to get a decent comparably sized radiator locally! I am very happy with the radiator however installation in the front of a 600T was not as simple as a previous reviewer made out! The only orientation the radiator will fit (without heavy case modding) is with the threads at the bottom (otherwise the fan grill of the case partially obscures the rad) which can lead to air gaps in your rad :( Also, none of the holes line up with the pre-drilled holes in the case so you will have to be a least a little handy with a drill!
Reviewer: mike (1)
I used this in my HAF-X case in addition to my 360 top mounted rad. Initially I hoped to fit it and the 200x25 bitfenix sceptre in front of the drive cage, no dice. It did fit between the drive cage and my 2 7970s. Cooling an i7 3930k and 2x 7970s the water/cpu temp is sitting at 23C currently and maxes around 41 when pushing the entire setup. The best part, silence.
Reviewer: helrich (1)
First off, this radiator WILL mount to the front of a Bitfenix Prodigy, but ONLY with the adapter bracket. I''m using a Bitfenix Spectre fan and you will need to use the other bracket (the one with more holes) for it to mount. The holes didn''t quite line up with the fan though so I had to manhandle it in. Needless to say, ,I don''t think I''ll be able to separate the bracket from the fan... Now on to the radiator. Quality control is a bit lacking. Some fins were a bit bent, and the holes on the adapter plates were starting to rust. Also, the holes on the adapter plate are smaller, or at least improperly threaded, to fit your standard radiator screws. You have to use the screws that come with the radiator, and if you run out, well you''re sort of "screwed". Hehe. I do like that there are two sets of fitting mounts, to support different configurations. It has a screw on the opposite side to bleed air. Haven''t used it, but if you don''t have a reservoir it might come in handy.