Hardware Labs Nemesis 360 GTS Radiator Review
The intention of this write up is to provide information and performance data about the Hardware Labs Nemesis 360GTS Radiator for inclusion in the Extreme Rigs Rad Round Up 2015, however in this review rather than comparing the Nemesis 360GTS to all the rads we made a decision to start a Round-Up just for the Slim 360mm rads. Expect our Slims Round-Up to be published in the coming weeks.
I’ll be keeping the review section short and factual, focusing on presenting the performance data compiled through the numerous tests carried out. First of all a big thanks to Hardware Labs for providing this sample of the Nemesis GTS.
What’s in the box?
The Nemesis 360GTS sample sent by Hardware Labs came in full retail packaging.
The front of the outer sleeve leaves us in no doubt as to what is inside. On the back we find some tech drawings and list of features.
Removing the outer sleeve we find a sturdy shipping box with a sticker seal that gives us a warning about using correct length screws.
On the sample I received for testing the flaps on the inner box have potential to cause damage to the fins during packaging and/or shipping. Hardware Labs was aware of the problem and have made moves to have the packaging tweaked to avoid this issue. Hopefully this change will include a foam liner on top or a bubble wrap bag. The lift up flap at one end for the screws is perfect, keeping the screws away from the precious core.
Extent of Delivery:
12x M4 x 28mm black Phillips slotted pan head screws.
12x M4 x 5mm black Phillips slotted pan head screws.
Onwards to technical specifications!