This is the second in my series of triple radiators the XPSC RX360. The RX360 is XSPC’s double thickness premium radiator designed for top performance with slow to medium speed fans. While extra thickness doesn’t add up to 100% improvements over the RS360 model, it does provide a measurable gain and many enthusiasts also prefer the looks of the extra thickness as something that means business with an added emphasis on all out performance. The RX360 has one very defined focus which is extremely low restriction and extremely high thermal performance for slow to medium speed fans without too many extras to raise the price beyond materials necessary.
A special thanks to Paul from XSPC for providing the review sample:
Introducing the RX360, the highest performing triple fan radiator XSPC have ever released. At close to twice the thickness of the RS series radiators it has excellent cooling capabilities and the sub 8fpi gives the radiator very low air flow resistance. The RX360 has been designed and optimised for low speed fans so it can offer high performance cooling at very low noise levels.
– Black Matt Finish
– Dimensions: 124x63x400mm (WxDxH)
– Copper Tubes and Fins
– 3 Rows of 13mm by 2mm Tubes
– Sub 8fpi (fins per inch)
– G1/4″ Ports
– 6-32 Case and Fan Screws
Supplied with mounting screws
Note that the radiator uses 3 rows of 12 tubes, so it is a big increase in the number of tubes over the RS360. Regarding tuning, you see the 8FPI spec which is tuned more for lower speed fans. Also you have 6-32 SAE screws.
Close, but a little different than spec being a few mm longer and wider.