Great Radiator - By Clayton A at 01/26/2015
Definitely a great radiator when tied with high pressure performance fans like the Scythe GT (Now DarkSide GT). The FPI is due to two water channels at 19 FPI each, essentially providing the cooling capacity of a single channel 38 FPI radiator. Currently using this one and the EK-CoolStream PE 240 in a HAF 932 (first gen) to cool two AMD R9-290X, an AMD FX-9590 and the CrossHair 5 Formula-Z. All radiators are using pull for cooling as I found with the Scythe GT there was no need to run these using push/pull in this case as it did not increase the pressure in the radiators nor improved the cooling. Will be trading out the PE 240 for a PE 360 soon once I add my memory into the cooling loop.
Excellent Cooling - By Ryan F at 10/16/2015
I can't complain about the cooling performance and it is quite aesthetically pleasing. My only complaint would be that with the higher FPI it collects a lot of dust. There is obviously nothing that can be done about that though.
Excellent Cooling Power - By Tommy V at 09/23/2016
Pro's - Cools your custom loop like you couldn't imagine - i5-3570K @ 4.5Ghz stays under 55C - GTX780Ti stays under 38C. Yes, you read that right: 38C. - Both specs above under FULL load Con's - Fins are very, very fragile (although, this is true for every radiator ever, so be SUPER careful when handling, cleaning, installing etc.)
Nice and excellent rad - By liza-marie s at 11/07/2016
I use this rad in top of my thermaltake x71 paired with 3x 120mm riing rgb. Great cooling.