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Introducing the RX360, the highest performing triple fan radiator XSPC have ever released. At close to twice the thickness of the RS series radiators it has excellent cooling capabilities and the sub 8fpi gives the radiator very low air flow resistance. The RX360 has been designed and optimised for low speed fans so it can offer high performance cooling at very low noise levels
Note: Barbs NOT included!
Warning!! Please check screw length before installing to ensure they are the proper length for your application. RMAs for radiator damage due to improper installation with not be authorized!
Total Reviews: 9 Average Rating:
Reviewer: AWSOME! (21)
after a year no problems, works well single loop i7 2600k 4.5ghz max temp 48c with 5970 1000/1300mhz 1.3v 45c.(45c 5970 is insanely low btw) be careful with the paint though it scuffs easily.
thing is awesome with silent fans08-17-2012
Reviewer: Sweetgrill (4)
keeps my i5-3570k at 28 degrees idle with the d5 pump on setting 4. full load (4.8 at 1.392) my temps stay low 80''s after 10+ hours of prime 95. Frozencpu got it to me fast as well and packed awesome
It is thick and has a low fin count per inch05-28-2012
Reviewer: Steve from Ohio (4)
This radiator is thick. It will fit in a CoolerMaster HAF X case but you cannot run a push pull with it as it is so thick. The fans will hit the ram and the heat sinks if you run push pull. You technically can with a HAF X case if you use two 200MM fans at the top but this thing is thick! You just can''t mount a set on this radiator in front and back. I run an I-7 2600K OC''d to 4.9GHZ. It runs warm and this radiator keeps my idle temps to 26C with max temps in the mid to high 60''s when running prime 95 which is way better than my old H-100. The fin count is low...like 8 per inch and so a low speed fan is ideal for it. I run Noctua NF-F12''s as a push which are pretty quiet. I recommend this radiator to anyone who is looking to keep cool an overclocked chip. It does what it is supposed to do while using low speed fans.
Meets my needs, what else can I say09-09-2011
Reviewer: Midwest (6)
It has solid build with no trouble installing the fittings. Oddly, I havent had any flux or grim coming from this either during the initial flush or since installing it. I bought this based on rather objective assessments on forums and articles. System: i7 870 (OC to 3.5ghz); gtx 560 ti MCP35x (PWM but idles at 1300 rpm) Fans: gentle typhoons: 2 1150rpm and 1 1450rpm. At idle, components run at 27-30C. Can''t wait to see what it does on load.
A Vey Good Rad!06-05-2011
Reviewer: hian (4)
Have this to cool my OC''ed 2600k at 1.39V, max temp is only at around 70c at 100% load (water temp around 36c). Malaysia, non-air-cond room.