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Alphacool reveals a range of 5 crazy radiator sizes for you next liquid-cooled PC

Need a radiator for 9 140mm fans? Alphacool has you covered!

Alphacool reveals a range of 9 crazy radiator sizes for you next liquid cooled PC

Alphacool reveals a range of 5 crazy radiator sizes for you next liquid-cooled PC

When it comes to liquid cooling, Alphacool is one of the crazier manufacturers out there. If you need an insanity-tier radiator for your next gaming PC, they are one of the companies to look towards, and today they have shown us why. 

Presenting the new NexXxoS XT45 series of liquid cooling radiators. Alphacool has five new crazy radiator designs up for grabs, including a 9x140mm/4x200mm radiator, a twin 200mm radiator and a 4x140mm radiator. All of these radiator designs are 45mm thick and are manufactured with a full-copper design. 

NexXxoS XT45 1260mm SuperNova

This new 1260mm radiator measures in at 400mm x 400mm x 45mm, offering users support for up to nine 140mm fans on each side or four 200mm fans. Even on its own, this radiator dwarfs most modern PC games, making this radiator virtually exclusive to the custom PC scene. Like all other NexXxoS series radiator, the Supernova features an all-copper design. 

This radiator currently costs €139.96 on Alphacool's website

NexXxoS XT45 1080mm Nova   

Much like the 1260mm Supernova, the 1080mm Nova can support up to nine fans, though this time they are 120mm fans. This radiator design costs €99.95 on Alphacool's website and boasts the same 45mm thickness and all-copper design as its larger counterpart. This radiator measures in at 350mm x 350mm x 45mm. 

Alphacool reveals a range of 9 crazy radiator sizes for you next liquid cooled PC  
NexXxoS XT45 200mm 

With a price tag of €59.95, Alphacool's 200mm radiator is one of the cheaper offerings in Alphacool's new NexXxoS line, offering support for large 200mm fans. This large radiator measures in at 238mm x 199mm x 48mm.

NexXxoS XT45 400mm 

The NexXxos XT 45 400mm supports dual 200mm fans, making this radiator an elongated version of the XT45 200mm. Some PC cases are cooled by dual 200mm front fans, making this radiator compatible with some stock PC cases, such as the Cooler Master H500 series. This model costs €84.95.

NexXxoS XT45 560mm

With support for four 140mm fans, the XR45 560mm is more than large enough to cool most liquid-cooled PCs, but large enough to be unsuitable to all but the largest of PC cases. This radiator would be a great addition to liquid-cooled desk builds, given its height, but this market is a small one. This radiator currently costs €104.95

You can join the discussion on Alphacool's HUGE radiator lineup on the OC3D Forums

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Most Recent Comments

19-06-2020, 04:17:25

Warchild
Hasn't Phobya done these for a long time. Even with 3x3 grid design.Quote

19-06-2020, 05:40:59

Avet
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Originally Posted by Warchild View Post
Hasn't Phobya done these for a long time. Even with 3x3 grid design.
Watercool has MO-RA3 for as long as I can remember.Quote

19-06-2020, 05:55:42

Warchild
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Originally Posted by Avet View Post
Watercool has MO-RA3 for as long as I can remember.
Thanks for the correction. it was Watercool I was thinking about. the MO-RA3 is the one I referred to.Quote

19-06-2020, 13:40:34

NeverBackDown
Yeah I first read this and thought I've seen a few if these before a few years agoQuote

19-06-2020, 17:45:13

Bartacus
The MO-RA3 is still popular (and a beast of a performer), and Watercool is coming out with new rads in the very near future.Quote
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