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Danger Den Water Box Plus Case (Part 3)

ccokeman    -   August 29, 2007
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Specifications:


Radiator:

  • Two-pass pre-cool/aftercool front-rear dual-core flow configuration with a 30% increase in internal flow rates.
  • Custom MaxFin™ 25 micron Copper Splitter Fin Configuration utilizing 45% thinner fin material yielding up to 50% less pressure drop.
  • Unique fin configuration eliminates intra-louver accumulation of dust particles for trouble free operation.
  • Radically optimized 20 FPI (Fins Per Inch) fin density providing dramatically increased heat transfer surface area.
  • Custom low-profile 2-row 19.0 x 1.2mm MaxFlow™ tubes with twice the waterside surface area of the GTS and 60% frontal area reduction for superior low air-resistance aerodynamics and lower internal flow requirements.
  • Yields up to 45% more heat exchange capacity than the Black Ice® Xtreme in both Stealth or Performance modes.
  • Achieves Black Ice® Xtreme level performance in stealth mode (low-noise/low-airflow conditions).
  • M4 Threaded Screw Holes for easier mounting and greater adaptability.
  • Now standard G 1/4" female threaded fittings.
  • Full high-temper brass structural construction for weight reduction and superior corrosion resistance.
  • High performance compact radiator compatible as an upgrade to the Black Ice® Xtreme 2 and most 240mm form factor radiators.
  • Uses 100% Non-corrosive water-solluble fluxing process.
  • Fully RoHS compliant.
  • Full electrostatic polyurethane painting finish for uniform coating with high temperature curing for increased finish durability.
  • Renowned Black Ice® quality.
  • Patent Pending Design.

Fans:

  • 120mm x 32mm
  • 55.9 CFM
  • 30Db
  • Bare wire or 4-Pin power connector
  • DC fans with electronically commutated external rotor motor
  • Fully integrated commutation electronics with electronic protection against reverse polarity, blocking and overloading by PTC-resistor; partially impedance protected
  • Fan of fibreglass reinforced plastic. PBTP housing, PA impeller
  • Air exhaust over struts
  • Rotational direction CCW looking at rotor
  • Electrical connection via 2 leads AWG 24, TR 64. Stripped and tinned ends
  • Mass 175 g

 

Tubing:

Property

ASTM Method

Value or Rating

Durometer Hardness Shore A, 15 Sec

D2240-91

55

Color

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Clear

Tensile Strength (MPa)

D412-92

1,650 (11.4)

Ultimate Elongation %

D412-92

450

Tear Resistance lb-f/inch (kN/m)

D624-91 Die B

125 (22)

Specific Gravity

D792-91

1.18

Water Absorption, % 24 hrs. @ 23°C

D570-81

0.24

Compression Set Constant Deflection%

@158F(70C) for 22hrs.

D395-89

Method B

61

Brittleness By Impact Temp., F

D746-79

-58 (-50)

Maximum Recommended Operating Temp., F (C)

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165 (74)

Dielectric Strength, v/mil (kV/mm)

D149-93

608 (23.9)

Tensile Modulus, @ 100% Elongation, psi (MPa)

D412-92

650 (4.5)

Tensile Set, %

D412-92

107

 

Though we have seen most of the parts for our water cooling setup, there are a few key items left. The next installment in this series will be a look at the cpu and gpu water blocks. You wont want to miss the next article!Get it here(Project Danger Den Part 4)

If you missed out on the previous articles you can find them here!(Project Danger Den Part 1),(Project Danger Den Part 2)!




  1. Closer Look (Radiator, Fans, Tubing)
  2. Closer Look (Radiator, Fans, Tubing)
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