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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!
This is truly amazing, and all that at this affordable price!
Total Reviews: 3 Average Rating:
Reviewer: LaBestiaHumanaMX (3)
I''m cooling 2 heavily overclocked and overvolted GTX Titans, and a 4930K with a single monsta rad. Idles 2C above ambient and at full throttle, I''m doing roughly 12C over ambient after about an hour. Wanna add another Monsta in the basement, to separate the cpu, mobo and chipset. If you got the space in your case for this monster, by all means go for it.
Great Product, Improvement Suggestion09-11-2013
Reviewer: Arlie Proctor (2)
This is a well built radiator. Fittings are excellent and flow through this thing is great. The tapped holes for screws do leave something to be desired. As it ships currently, the radiator is tapped for M3 screws. For something this heavy when full, that is tiny, even when including four posts in the mounting to the back of my case. I have to be very careful moving the case in order to avoid bending or breaking the mounts. Upgrade to M4 and you''d have an absolute winner on your hands. This thing is a beast.
Lives up to its name.06-20-2012
Reviewer: Ugapug (1)
I was already running the 60mm version of this radiator, and decided to add this one to the system as well. It definitely works more easily to dissipate heat than even the UT60, which is an excellent radiator itself. My only complaint is the backwards alphacool logos on the side, a problem the UT60 had as well. With the inlet/outlets at the rear of the case, the MB side rad''s log o is upside down. Not a big deal, but it''s kind of annoying.