EK-CoolStream XE 120 Single Radiator - 120mm
EK assured quality level, optimal price-performance ratio and unique minimalistic design make these EK-CoolStream XE series radiators a perfect choice for any computer water cooled system.
This radiator offers best cooling capacity in the 60mm thick radiator class: Triple stack copper fins provide massive surface area while the parallel flow cooling chambers reduce hydraulic flow resistance to a minimum. Radiator shrouds are tapped with UNC 6-32 threads on both sides to enable push-pull fan installation to even further increase the cooling performance.
This product features four recessed G1/4 threaded ports with two pre-installed extenders from the front side to allow any G1/4 threaded fitting to be used. From the back side the ports are closed with two G1/4 plugs. EK recommends EK-ACF series compression fittings. Features Technical details:
- Copper fins
- 90% copper tubing (H90)
- Brass chambers
- Aluminum/Steel housing
• Dimensions: 160 x 130 x 60mm (L x W x H)
• Weight: 0.85kg
• Liquid Capacity: ~230mL
• FPI: 16
• Port threads: 4x G1/4
• Fan compatibility: any standard size 120x120x25mm fan; UNC 6-32 thread tapping
• Pressure tested: 1bar(g)
• EK-CoolStream XE series radiator /w two pre-installed G1/4 extenders
• Flat-head UNC 6-32 screws (l=30mm)
• Flat-head UNC 6-32 screws (l=5mm)
• Allen key 2,5mm
• Allen key 9mm
• Allen key 6mm
• When using fans other than standard 120x120x25mm size please use appropriately long screws!
• Use of the improperly long screws may result in piercing of the radiator core and irrepairable damage the product. Such misuse is not covered by product warranty!
Please note your statutory rights are not affected.
For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see our terms and conditions
- 24 months
- Return to base
- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 24 months
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