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The Black Ice GT Stealth 360 is the first true next generation triple-fan PC radiator designed for uncompromising performance and stealth silent operation. The GTS360 boasts of a radically redesigned Black Ice core technology that maximizes heat transfer efficiency and maintains effectively the same svelt tri-fan profile of the Black Ice Pro III.
Total Reviews: 4 Average Rating:
Reviewer: Steve (12)
I really like this rad. It''s very low profile and does a fantastic job of cooling my CPU and both ATI cards. The guy saying the threads stripped out must have tightened it up far too much. It doesn''t need to be and I never had a problem with the threads on these. I''m cooling an AMD 965 Black OCed and 2x ATI 5870s. As you all know ATI cards get VERY hot. Temps on these air cooled was 72 celsius. Now with the water blocks on and this rad, they never go over 35 celsius under load. Amazing temps!!!
Reviewer: oqsajec (4)
Got it paired with a 120 rad (also a GT Stealth), and with my phenom 955 + 2 9800gtx+''s in sli, my temps are extremely low. I used to get up to 48-54 celsius (cards) on some games, now I''m at 37-40. Dude, that''s just above normal idle temps!!!!! Same with the CPU, I ran Cinebench 10, all 4 cores at 100%, three times in a row, and managed to hit only 38 celsius and it was around 80 degrees in my apt. If you want a thick rad, don''t get this one. If you want a rad that seriously works great, and you can hide it, get this one.
Reviewer: ProCPU (6)
PROs: Brass radiator, which is good. The paint looks good. Cools everything well. The srew threads have a backing to reduce the risk of putting a screw through the fins (leak). CONs: The threads for the fan mounts are easily stripped. I barely tightened the mounting screws to be snug and later I went to upgrade the fan. I find two of the fan screws will not stay in the threads because they are stripped out. Big problem now that I can only mount two fans correctly, and the third has to go on the other side. Loss of a rating point (would have been 5 of 5). INFO: This radiator is cooling the following items: AMD Brisbane X2 4000+ @ 3.003Ghz (50% overclock), Nvidia EVGA 9800 GT gpu, chipset (570 SLI on a Gigabyte mobo). Max temperature with two instances of Prime95 running is between 41*C and 47*C. Idle temperature is usually between 24*C and 31*C. All depending on room/ambient temperature.
Reviewer: Franzkefka (13)
the temps i got with this are great, not as flow restrictive as the older Heatercore style Thermaltake Radiators i had, and the temps are much lower, highly reccomend if your building a water cooling loop.