As a professional OEM manufacturer in Computer liquid cooling area, Magicool´s product line covers full range of liquid cooling components, including different size of heat exchangers, water tanks, pumps, cooling blocks and accessories. Excellent price-performance ratio and reliable quality make Magicool products unique.
With its compact design and excellent cooling performance, the Magicool radiators become top choice of water cooling users. The copper fins are specially designed for silent fans, while the parallel coolant channels reduce liquid resistance to a minimum. On both sides of the radiator M3 threads are integrated to allow flexible fan mounting, on top chamber both G1/4" threads allow easy installation of all common fittings and barbs.
- Dual pass radiator designed for computer liquid cooling
- High liquid and air flow design
- Copper fin spacing optimized for silent fans
- Perfect for all overclocking and silent projects
Material: Copper fins, brass chambers
Fins spacing: 14 FPI (Fins Per Inch)
Dimensions: 194 x 81 x 46 (mm)
Tube: 13 mm x 2mm
Connection threads: G1/4”
Weight: 435 g
Pressure tested: 2 bar
Mounting / fan installation: 8 pcs M3 threads on both side for 80 mm fan
1x Magicool 2x80 mm radiator
8x M3 x 30mm screws
Please check the length of the attached screws before you start mounting them. If you use only a fan with 25 mm height and fan grill with 1 mm height, in this case please use a 30 mm long M3 screw. If you use a silicon decouple ring or a decoupling frame frame besides the fan and fan grill, please meassure the height of silicon decouple ring. Using a too long screw will cause damage to radiator and leakage. No warranty in this case!!!
Any described warranty is supplied by the manufacturer of this article and is provided at least in germany. The full warranty information, including the coverage and requirements to claim the warranty is detailed on the manufacturers website. You can find a link to this site on our brand overview
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