MCRx20-QP "Quiet Power" 120mm Radiator from Swiftech
The MCRx20-QP (Quiet Power) series radiators are heavy-duty, low-noise optimized, liquid-to-air heat exchangers designed to be used with 120mm fans and specifically engineered for high-end liquid cooled Personal Computers.
First introduced in 2005, the Quiet Power technology is the result of months of research and development focused on optimizing thermal performance and audible noise characteristics with low to medium airflow types of fans. To this day, the MCRx20-QP radiators have set a standard for others to follow, and meet today's PC industry highest thermal loads, quality standards, and low noise requirements at competitive prices.
We recommend using a radiator the QP series in applications where the fans will run in the 1200 RPM range or below. For higher RPM ranges, we recommend selecting a radiator in the XP series.
Two versions, with or without built-in reservoir, and four sizes are available: for single 120mm, dual 120mm, triple 120mm, and quad 120mm. Features • Thermal design is optimized for maximum heat dissipation with 120mm fans featuring very low to medium air output - Excellent cooling at very low noise.
• Slim form factor (34mm) - Reduces radiator intrusion on neighboring components, helps compatibility.
• Self-purging plenums - Help eliminate accumulation of air in the radiator, and ennoying gurgling noises.
• Industry standard fan spacing (15mm) - 15mm fan spacing is adopted as a standard by most case manufacturers.
• Brass tubes - No corrosion.
• Copper fins - Better heat dissipation.
• 1/4" BSPP (G1/4) threaded hubs with flat face - Compatible with industry standard G1/4 fittings with captive o-ring.
• Quality assurance - All our radiators are ultrasonically cleaned to remove solder flux, and individually pressure-tested for leaks!
• MCRx20-QP-RES SERIES: Built-in reservoir option, an exclusive Swiftech® innovation - Eliminate the need for separate reservoir. Improves reliability (less fittings means less potentially leaky joints). Improved hydraulic performance (less pressure drop), resulting in lower temps. Space saving. Cost saving
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- 12 months
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- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 12 months
- Scan Computers International Limited
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