When assembling a loop, in my mind there are three components that will make or break a standard loop. First of all you need a strong pump with good head pressure to get through the loop, and then you need to have an efficient block for whatever you plan to cool. The last bit of the puzzle and likely one of the toughest decisions to make is what radiator to use to exchange the heat from the coolant out into the room. There are tons of solutions out there for any particular need, but today I am going to be looking at a dual 140mm radiator from Swiftech.
While the Quiet Power series has been around for some time, that doesn't mean that Swiftech is pushing the same design year after year. In fact, with the talks that we had, I was told that the MCR240-QP that we are about to look at today, is capable of taking on a triple 120mm as far as overall efficiency goes even if there is 4000mm squared less surface area. On top of that, this radiator boasts a low FPI and on the site it recommends fans of around 1500 RPM for the best noise to performance ratio. That all in mind, I say we dig right in and see what the Swiftech MCR320-QP has to offer.
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