Currently the market of a radiators is certainly more focused under the spotlight, especially after it is analyzed in the article to "leak" that the quality is not a feature put in first place by the various manufacturers, which, as we were able to discuss, the end-user is not really happy about that: buy a high end cooler and find out that this has the defect of the two rooms is definitely for those who turn up their noses, buying a particular product, it expects to have bought the best .
Basically, the evolution of the radiators has not undergone a marked evolution over the last few years, if not for some choices made by some manufacturers, like Thermochill, who then scored the standardization of novelty: the Thermochill was the first company to provide the market with a radiator 60mm thick which could make it properly even with fan at low RPM, the only company that had proposed something very powerful and innovative was the Hardware Labs Black Ice GTX launching the series with a dense lamellar structure (that makes it unbeatable in performance from medium to high RPM) and 54mm thick.
Obviously, for reasons of improved performance combined with the silence, the choice has been adopted by Thermochill greatly appreciated by users and then the other manufacturers have begun to follow this path, that is the way of 60mm thickness and a low fins structure approximately 10 FPI, with this amount of 60mm radiators we have lost sight of the black ice GTX remains cooler than "pushed" and powerful as ever, dedicated to the most demanding clocker.
It was then passed by 45mm thick seen so far to 60mm and in some cases by a single row of ducts or double or even triple, but generally the dissipating structure of radiator has always been the same, or copper conduits covered from the liquid and add more diagonal strips on the outside with copper, which have always given the particular form of "V" repeated the image outside of the radiator even internally, with a few rare exceptions, has always had a U configuration, basically named U-Flow characterized by a separation of the liquid from the two chambers of inlet/outlet , each room allows the entry or exit of liquid and has the exact middle of the radiator ducts with the liquid initially "hot" runs along one of these channels when it comes to the “U” running back and along the other duct cools the liquid.
One described is what we have seen till today but has been revolutionized by Thermalfins even Watercool and Aquacomputer have already used this system, TFC with the admiral series had given us the first news, unfortunately, to date, there is no news yet on the production of TFC Admiral radiators.
During this review we analyze every detail of the new solution proposed by Thermalfins but used here by Watercool as a new HTF4 radiators series the assets currently is a single 140mm fan radiator and available in the usual triple fans size.