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The MCRx40-QP (Quiet Power™) series radiators are heavy-duty, low-noise optimized, liquid-to-air heat exchangers designed to be used with 140mm fans and specifically engineered for high-end liquid cooled Personal Computers.
First introduced in 2005, the Quiet Power™ technology is the result of months of research and development focused on optimizing thermal performance and audible noise characteristics with low to medium airflow types of fans. To this day, the Quiet Power radiators have set a standard for others to follow, and meet today's PC industry highest thermal loads, quality standards, and low noise requirements at competitive prices.
For a good noise to performance ratio we recommend using the MCRx40 series radiators with fans rated in the 1500 RPM range or below (higher RPM ranges may be used for louder results).
The single most common cause for leaks is puncture of the radiators channels. This typically occurs when users attempt to either drive screws thru the radiator, or utilize screws that are too long. Users are advised that Swiftech® will decline warranty coverage for puncture of the radiator channels located directly behind the radiator mounting screw holes.
Make sure the screws you are using do not hit the water channels!
Depending on your configuration you might want to use your own screws either to attach the fan to the radiator, radiator to the chassis, or using a Radbox. You can use either 6-32 US thread or M3.5 metric thread. But always double-check the screw length before installation or you might poke a hole in the radiator water channels!
Total Reviews: 2 Average Rating:
140mm fan holes not machined properly09-07-2014
Reviewer: Alexander Irvine (2)
I have had the same issue as the previous reviewer. I went ahead with this purchase despite seeing this review as I have never had any issues with my previous Swiftech products including radiators. The radiator is well made and has a nice black finish. However, the mounting holes for the 140mm fan are indeed machined in such a way that you can only use two screws to mount your fan. I happened to be using a 140mm Noctua NF-P14 fan. The other two screw holes are distanced just far enough that you can only mount your fan with two screws. I was a bit disappointed and I''m not about to make drill holes into this rad. This issue was the same for each side of the rad. Swiftech may have used a non-standard 140mm fan as a reference when machining the holes.
works but set up sucks07-25-2013
Reviewer: fame.js (13)
no leaks and coolant flows fine through it. my issue with it is that when i line up my fan to it. 2 of the holes match while the other 2 are off enough that you cant get them in at all without modding your fan or making a new whole to tap into