Corsair Hydro X XR5 120mm Copper Water Cooling Radiator
Corsair 120mm Hydro X Series XR5 Water Cooling Radiator, 30mm Thick, Supports 2x120mm Fans, G1/4" BSPPThreads,Copper
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Corsair Hydro X Series - XR 5 120mm Water Cooling Radiator
HYDRO X SERIES THICK RADIATOR FOR CUSTOM WATERCOOLED SYSTEMSThe CORSAIR Hydro X Series XR5 120mm Water Cooling Radiator delivers extreme custom liquid cooling performance, with 30mm radiator thickness and 25 micron thin cooling fins maximizing heat dissipation surface area. A premium copper radiator core is optimized for use alongside copper CPU and GPU water blocks, further increasing the thermal transfer rate. Intuitive extras such as Integrated Fan Screw Guides and built-in Screw Protection Plates make it easy to install fans, without worrying about damaging the radiator. Equipped with standard G1/4" threads for universal compatibility and the surface area to tame even the highest-end hardware, the XR5 120mm radiator stands ready to cool even the most ambitious custom cooling loops and defeat the heat.
Extreme Performance Liquid Cooling
Large Surface Area with Integrated Fan Screw Guides 30mm Radiator thickness delivers easy installation and great cooling performance with low-noise fans and high-airflow fans. Single 120mm fan mounts on either side of the radiator are ready for your most ambitious custom liquid cooling build.
Premium Copper Construction
Standard G1/4” Threads A premium copper radiator core and 25 micron thick cooling fins provide a high thermal transfer rate optimized for CORSAIR’s performance copper water blocks. All inlet / outlet ports provide universal fitting compatibility with screw protection plates that prevents too long or over-tightened screws from damaging the radiator.
|Edition||Hydro X Series XR5|
|Type||120mm Water Cooling Radiator|
|Compatible Fans||2 x 120mm|
|Radiator Thickness||30 mm|
|Fin Spacing||16 FPI 25 Micron Copper Fins|
|Port Threads||G1/4" BSPP|
|Screw Thread Size||M4xP0.7|
|Loop Compatible Metals||
|Compatible Coolants||CORSAIR XL or equivalent|
|Max. Coolant Operating Temperature||60 °C|
|Radiator Dimensions||120 x 158 x 30 mm (WxHxD)|
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