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The Monsta radiators, with a thickness of 80mm, are the first of their size on the market. Hence we were just as keen on finding out how they perform as the independent reviewers!
The tests show that it has significantly increased flow rates than thinner radiators. The cooling performance increased greatly with increased fan speed. Sounds normal, but this radiator shows a different performance profile than standard radiators: At 500rpm the Monsta is slightly better than its 60mm brother, but with increasing fan speed the difference increases: At 800rpm the Monsta already performs much better, and at 1200rpm a Monsta radiator is performing almost as well as a 60mm thick radiator with one fan more, at the same fan speed!
Total Reviews: 3 Average Rating:
Reviewer: wouldntuliketoknow (15)
It is very large indeed, and obviously cools the hell out of your components. For anyone interested, I got the best results using just a push configuration. The screws that come with this thing are hexagon, but don''t come with a hexagon screwdriver. Be warned.
Reviewer: Guy (1)
keeps my i5 3570k oc to 4.6 and my 7950 oc at 1 GHz under 30 at idle and under 55 under load. have 2 Koolance Black 120mm x 38mm fans running at 40% to 60%
Reviewer: Andrew (4)
I replaced an xspc 30mm thick rad with this one. You should account also for the the 5mm of screw room on each side, so really this has about 3.5x the surface area of the previous rad. It fits beautifully as the bottom mounted rad in my storm trooper. Push-pull on this vs. the previous dropped temps 2-3 at idle and 10 at CPU load (haven''t gotten to graphics yet). I''m extremely pleased and highly recommend this rad if you have a spare 130mm of thickness room stored somewhere in your case as push-pull is almost a must!