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The Pacific RL240 240mm Radiator from Thermaltake is one part of a liquid cooling system that transfers the heat from the liquid and helps provide cooling for your computer components. This radiator is made from aluminum alloy and other materials and features a dual-row flat-tube design. The 13 tubes are designed to carry the coolant from one side and then across the bottom chamber before circulating back to the other side of the radiator. To increase cooling performance, the fins are densely packed together to support optional high air pressure fans. Furthermore, this radiator is created using a brazing process that joins the fins and tubes together to achieve better heat evacuation.
Optimized Heat Dispatching
The Pacific RL240 radiator is optimized for dispatching heat and delivers an average heating load of 95°F (35°C). After brazing, the fin and tube connect to form a joint, thereby creating a uniform heat transfer. By efficiently pulling heat away from the power-dissipating components, this radiator helps ensure component reliability.
The Pacific RL240 is a 2.56" (65mm) thick radiator with a double-row 13-set flat tube design to increase heat transfer. Water flows down on the one side and then passes across the bottom chamber before circulating back to the other side of the radiator.
High-Density Fin Design
The RL240's fin density is optimally designed to accommodate high air pressure delivered from optional fans. Moreover, Thermaltake provides 14 fins per inch to offer cooling performance.
Brazing Manufacturing Process
Pacific RL240 radiators are created using a brazing process that allows for impurities to be kept out and ensures full strength of its connected areas. It is baked at a temperature of 1,022°F (550°C) to melt the aluminum alloy with zinc components together to help transfer the heat from the tubes to the actual fins.