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I have been looking around a bit today but sadly it looks to be that no one manufactures this type of radiators?

 

I dont have my ear to the ground on this genre anymore like I had maybe 10 years ago, is 2x92mm the best I can find?

 

Thanks in advance

 

EDIT: The reason I ask about 92mm is because I have access to maybe a dozen or more Dell Precision 92mm fans and they move quite a bit of air when maxed, more importantly, they are free lol.

 

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http://www.lamptron.com/Products/fancontroller/83.html

 

https://www.ebay.com/itm/222564369275?chn=ps&mkevt=1&mkcid=28

 

 

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If you have a talented auto radiator shop in the area where you live (and knowing where that is,  you probably do) you might be able to have them build you a radiator with dimensions to your specs. Sometimes it is hard to get places like that to do custom work, though you don't know if you don't ask.

 

This is probably the best you are going to find pre-built. Anything other than 120mm fan width is scarce. Crossflow radiators (my preference) are also difficult to source, even in the 120mm fan width.

 

https://www.titanrig.com/alphacool-nexxxos-xt45-full-copper-radiator-184-92mm-x-2-dual-fan-black-03-30-ac-0176-01-on.html 

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1 minute ago, Mr. Fox said:

If you have a talented auto radiator shop in the area where you live (and knowing where that is,  you probably do) you might be able to have them build you a radiator with dimensions to your specs. Sometimes it is hard to get places like that to do custom work, though you don't know if you don't ask.

 

This is probably the best you are going to find pre-built. Anything other than 120mm fan width is scarce. Crossflow radiators (my preference) are also difficult to source, even in the 120mm fan width.

 

https://www.titanrig.com/alphacool-nexxxos-xt45-full-copper-radiator-184-92mm-x-2-dual-fan-black-03-30-ac-0176-01-on.html 

I arrived at similar conclusions, but started looking at 80mm double width radiators. I never entertained them in the past as an option but it seems every time I build something its always non-standard. I must be a closet eccentric and not know it.

 

I am looking at these for now at least until I make a mock up and play with the idea more.

Any meaningful differences between these? HPE-60 and UT60

 

https://www.aquatuning.us/water-cooling/radiators/radiators-active/80mm/23804/alphacool-nexxxos-ut60-full-copper-x-flow-80mm-quad-radiator?c=6566

 

https://www.aquatuning.us/water-cooling/radiators/radiators-active/80mm/27685/alphacool-nexxxos-hpe-60-full-copper-x-flow-80mm-quad-radiator?c=6566

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1 hour ago, Reciever said:

The more expensive one is a few mm longer and has a much higher fin density 15 vs 10 fins per inch (1/3 more) and should cool more effectively. It will also require better fans (greater static air pressure) to push air through the denser fins. You can see this looking at the "Details" tab.

 

Aquatuning charges a lot for shipping. Sometimes they are the only place you can buy certain items. I would look for the same thing elsewhere and compare the total cost inclusive of shipping before making a final decision where to buy what you are looking for.

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