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US supply Coolstream CE 420?

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Any good reliable places to get this in the US?  Newegg and Microcenter are the SE version and the Amazon vendor has a horrible rating.  the EK website comes from the EU.  

 

OR something with similar specs 420mm 45ish mm thick the SE is only 28mm.

 

EDIT: I will push up to 350W but want to turn the fans down.  EK estimates 495W for the CE vs 408W for the SE at 30.8db so maybe the SE would be just fine???

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Custom water loop EK Vector AM4, D5 pump, Coolstream 420 radiator

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Thanks I got it ordered now I'm 2/3 there to getting off the Enermax AIO!

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Custom water loop EK Vector AM4, D5 pump, Coolstream 420 radiator

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You should also look at the hardware lab offerings... a Blackice GTX 420 is a little thicker, but a beast of a rad. You also have the nemesis line like the gtr420 here is the performance chart for it. Just keep in mind the airflow required to even get close to that capacity would sound like a jet taking off.

 

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Yeah no I went all the way to 420mm just to not have it loud lol.  I have it on the Enermax 280mm TR4 II now it just barely doesn't keep up. Really it keeps up I just want to push it a bit more and I'm still weary on Enermax longevity :D

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Custom water loop EK Vector AM4, D5 pump, Coolstream 420 radiator

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Thanks for linking us! 

On 11/6/2018 at 8:44 AM, kontradictions said:

-also I highly recommend HWL as Angry Beaver mentioned :) 

 

On 11/6/2018 at 9:51 AM, AngryBeaver said:

You should also look at the hardware lab offerings... a Blackice GTX 420 is a little thicker, but a beast of a rad. You also have the nemesis line like the gtr420 here is the performance chart for it. Just keep in mind the airflow required to even get close to that capacity would sound like a jet taking off.

 

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Frozenpc or performance pc. Or straight form ek. Pretty close to the same price. 

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Frozen didn't list it.  EK takes a lot longer and no way out of shipping. Did good with performance pcs I even found an EK free shipping code :)

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Custom water loop EK Vector AM4, D5 pump, Coolstream 420 radiator

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