The new Cape Cora HF (Highflow), the cooling solution for silence enthusiasts!
The Cape Cora passive radiators are a major part of the watercooling scene and many passive cooling systems utilize these modules. Now the system was furthermore improved and features better cooling performance to suit even the most current computer generations.
Passive cooling, completely noiseless
This is the main goal and motivation for development of the Cape Cora radiators. The basic principle and design has proven itself in many systems over the past years. With an optimally arranged system it often is even possible to use no cooling fans on the radiator at all. Hence one of the most noisy sources of the system is eliminated! Depending on the components used in the system the performance can be improved even further by adding more cooling modules.
A simple plug-in system makes expansions easy
To make mounting and assembly of the radiator modules as easy as possible a whole new plug-in system was developed. This allows the expansion of the basic modules, 442 or 642, by simply pushing the connectors of the modules together. By using two O-rings the connection ensures a leak-proof seal. The great advantage of the new system is not only the easy and safe handling, the flow resistance is also extremely low!
Highflow improves cooling performance:
With the use of the plug-in system standard fittings/ connectors are no longer needed for the interconnection of the modules. Hence the main flow obstruction of the system is removed. Now the connectors offer a much larger inner diameter than standard fittings, making this radiator system a true High-Flow enthusiast heat exchanger. In addition to this great advance in development the inner cooling channel structure was also optimized to allow even greater flow and cooling performance!
More surface = More cooling performance!
The principle is simple: The more surface there is to transfer heat, the more efficient heat will be transferred. Hence the inner cooling channel structure was improved to allow even better heat transfer from the coolant to the surrounding air.
Proven concept, newest generation
Just as the old version of the Cape Cora the new generation is also designed to allow installation on the side of the case. The required material for installation is already included, as well as a users manual in german, english and france. Every basic modules is designed to allow integration into the loop with a suitable G1/4" thread. Expansion of the radiator array is also easily accomplished with the new plug-in system. The mechanical connection between the modules is achieved with U-clamps for maximum stability. All basic modules are already assembled and can be used out-of-the-box!
Cooler, noiseless and easier to use: That is the Cape Cora HF series!
Colour: Black anodized
Dimensions (With connectors, LxWxH): 50 x 320 x 483mm
Connection thread size: G1/4" (not on expansion module)
Conforms with RoHS
Extent of delivery:
6x Cooling module incl. connector
Users manual (german, english, france)
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The installation manual of Cape Cora HF you can find here (Download)
Attention: The manufacturer Mayhems advises that Mayhems fluids, especially the Aurora line of products, have been manufactured and distributed solely for show and modding purposes. These should not be utilized in the system for more than 14 days.
We would also like to advise that Mayhems fluids can damage water cooling products, and using Mayhems fluids can thereby void the warranties offered by the following manufacturers: Koolance, Phobya, Alphacool, Aqua Computer, Watercool.
Damages such as: clogging, corrosion of aluminium radiators, deterioration of glued containers, etc., are a consequence of the use of Mayhems, but will not be reimbursed by Mayhems. Use is therefore at one’s own risk.
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Gut aber zwei Verbesserungen wünschenswert:
- Bessere Montage über mögliche Profilhalterungen (z.B. Radiator einhängend auf Schiene)
- Endstücke müssten geschraubt werden. Bei mir war das Problem, dass ein Endstück aufgrund des hohen Druck (3m Förderhöhe) weg-geschossen wurde und das Übel danach gross war. Kann hier nur jedem empfehlen, die Endstücke mit Silikon an den Radiator zu befestigen. Die Aufsteckabdeckung hebt nicht wirklich.