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Umm...if I saw that right, he is using (he mentioned it briefly in the video) an I7-2600K. Couldnt tell if it was overclocked or not, but those temps (if he is not) are terrible. The H70 was at 88C on its highest core and the Noctua was at 75C. He stated that any "thinner rad" (i.e. H60) would get "smoked by this bad boy".

Well...my H60 is keeping my 2600K (OC to 4.0 GHz) to 62C (highest core) running Prime 95+32M SuperPi and mine is not setup open air like his was.

I understand that the video, regardless, shows the Noctua doing better than the H70, but I dont think I have ever seen temps on a 2600K that high under load (88C), unless something was wrong.

Also - right at 4:01 in the video as he pans, I could swear his monitor looks like it shows a bsod. lol.
Your are also running a lower clock and proably lower voltage too, and that is why you have lower temps. I can go from 4.8ghz to 5ghz and temps will go from 77c(highest) to mid 80s.
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post #12 of 19
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Any other suggestions for a good cooler then? Other than water, of course.

I keep hearing about the Hyper 212+. Any others that would be recommended?
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the 212+ is great cooler for the price, the d14 is amazing and sub 100 bucks. Though im not sure how much space you have to work with. I know if I wanted to added 3rd fan to the HSF I will need to get rid of the rear exhaust fan; so it is kinda of wide.
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post #14 of 19
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Your are also running a lower clock and proably lower voltage too, and that is why you have lower temps. I can go from 4.8ghz to 5ghz and temps will go from 77c(highest) to mid 80s.
Makes sense. When you go from 4.8 to 5.0, out of curiosity, are you having to bump voltage for stability? A 200 MHz bump seems rather small to net a nearly 10C increase in temps .

Since he is artificially increasing voltage for the purposes of the comparative, I wonder if the performance curves are similar for both coolers? i.e. if he was using a more "reasonable" OC - if that make sense - would the performance gap be the same or would they be closer in performance?
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post #15 of 19
5 usually takes a lot more volts than 4.8. mine took like a whole .07 more.
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post #16 of 19
Silver Arrow or the D14 cant go wrong with either. Had an H70 on my DD torture rack and replaced with a D14 that outperformed it by a good margin. You cant go wrong with the D14 or Silver Arrow.
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Makes sense. When you go from 4.8 to 5.0, out of curiosity, are you having to bump voltage for stability? A 200 MHz bump seems rather small to net a nearly 10C increase in temps .

Since he is artificially increasing voltage for the purposes of the comparative, I wonder if the performance curves are similar for both coolers? i.e. if he was using a more "reasonable" OC - if that make sense - would the performance gap be the same or would they be closer in performance?
yeah my chip is not "golden", so it required a fair amount of voltage to get it stable. Those temps were with the A/C full blast as well, I would have probably had a bit higher temps.

OT: or you can try and save a bit of cash and start a custom water cooling kit , I am going to start doing that sooner or later. That is why I got my NZXT case, it kind of is a good water cooling starting case it seems.
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I've seen that video before and never noticed that BSOD, haha. You can tell he was staring at the screen after the BSOD through his 2-3 second pause.
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yeah my chip is not "golden", so it required a fair amount of voltage to get it stable. Those temps were with the A/C full blast as well, I would have probably had a bit higher temps.

OT: or you can try and save a bit of cash and start a custom water cooling kit , I am going to start doing that sooner or later. That is why I got my NZXT case, it kind of is a good water cooling starting case it seems.
I feel your pain man, i got a average to below average 2600k , does 4.8@ 1.435 v at the lowest, and needs 1.5v+ to do 5.0....Maybe the back up rig i am building in the fall will get lucky!
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