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The XSPC RX360 V3 Radiator Review

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Posted February 26, 2014 by Deton in Cooling

Overview

Hardware:
 
Manufacturer:
 
Release Date: Currently available
 
Price at time of Review: $96.95
 

WHAT WE LIKED:

Robust compact profile, performance and value.
 

WHAT WE DISLIKED:

It's not pretty aesthetic as the AX radiators.
 
BOTTOM LINE:
The best value performance radiator in its class.
by Deton
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Introduction

The 2013 was an exciting and busy year for XSPC. The company introduced over a dozen new products: the new Photon reservoir, G1 Sniper M5 motherboard water-block, eye-catching compression fittings and the pump tops – just to name a few.

Once again XSPC has unleashed another revision of the RX radiator series. The RX radiator series are the most popular radiator among the water-cooling enthusiasts for the value and performance. Despite this, its design technology is a bit dated and today’s modern radiators from competitors have been surpassing the RX radiators. That brings us to today’s review. We’ll analyze the new and improved version of the RX360 V3 radiator to see how it stacks up to its predecessor and its competition.

 

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2 Comments


  1.  
    bakageta

    Considering how this rad really shines at high fan speeds, I’d love to see it compared against some of the radiators popular in that segment. Offhand, the black ice gtx 360 comes to mind. It’s always outperformed the sr1 at high speeds, and for those of us who care more for performance than volume, it’d be nice to see how this stacks up.

    If you don’t have access to one, we could probably figure something out about loaning you one for some testing.





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