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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.
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Reviewer: zoom314 (1)
The list of compatible cases except for the 932 and the 840 from Coolermaster is not compatible with the Phobya Xtreme 400 Radiator - 60mm Version 2 - Full Copper, the Azza 9000B and Azza 9000W seem to be compatible or partly compatible as they can use Bitfenix or Coolermaster fans. In the link to Amazon a Gregory Jones mentioned the Bitfenix 230mm fan which is compatible with a Bitfenix 200mm fan as they both have the same hole spacing. I looked for each and every case and found that most had only space for a single 200mm fan in the top, even if the case had 2 or 3 200mm fans, only the ones that I listed may work, there is also the Coolermaster HAF-X case as that allows 2 200mm fans in the case top, but the cases 5.25" drive bays would have to be modified(cut)as is shown on the overclock.net link below. Oh and the Azza 9000 cases and the HAF-X are both XL-ATX compatible cases. http://www.amazon.com/BitFenix-BFF-LPRO-23030B-RP-Spectre-230mm-Case/product-reviews/B008924G2O/ref=cm_cr_dp_synop?ie=UTF8&showViewpoints=0&sortBy=bySubmissionDateDescending#R2Z1RB7DP0DYSG http://www.overclock.net/t/1200235/build-log-cpu-ferrari-phobya-xtreme-400mm-rad-inside-a-haf-x