Hardware Labs Black Ice Nemesis 360GTX Radiator Review

Introduction

Hardware Labs Performance Systems, Inc, is a pioneer in the computer watercooling industry. HWLabs was the first company to develop and manufacture the first radiators specifically designed for PC watercooling and is still the de facto benchmark in the business.

Their core philosophy remains to be the relentless pursuit of performance in the heat exchange industry, pushing the limits of design and engineering to provide our fellow enthusiasts and the industry with class-leading products and services.

Today we are taking a look at one of Hardware Labs newest products, Hardware Labs Black Ice Nemesis 360GTX. The Black Ice Nemesis GTX is a continuation of the original GTX line. Featuring a massive 54mm thickness and a new “Dark Matter” finish. A revised core promises improved flow and cooling over the previous versions.

Hardware Labs’ take on the Black Ice Nemesis 360GTX

The Black Ice® Nemesis® 360GTX® is designed for the professional casemod professional who takes a no compromise approach to performance, design, and build quality. Using the new Nemesis® platform makes it possible to take advantage of extreme triple-fan performance at ultra-stealth noise levels.

Features:

  • 120 mm x 3 fan Xtreme form factor two-pass radiator
  • 398mm x 133mm x 54mm (L x W x H)
  • 16 FPI 25 Micron Copper Fins
  • Now optimized for sub-800 rpm ultra-stealth fans
  • Supercruise optimizations for scalable performance with higher speed fans
  • 15% more tubing area in the same Black Ice® GTX™ 360 form factor
  • Increased internal coolant flow rates
  • Standard G 1/4″ inlet/outlet fittings
  • Standard M4 mounting threads
  • Compatible with Black Ice® Xtreme III, Black Ice® GTX™ 360 radiators
  • Custom Dark Matter™ high quality finish
  • Fully ROHS Compliant
  • 100% Made from conflict-free materials
  • Industry standard Black Ice® quality
  • Lifetime warranty against manufacturing defects*

Let’s take a closer look on the next page.

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