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post #481 of 964
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Either intel cores have more variance than AMD, or my mounting job is off. 52C max on core 0 and 60C on core 2! The package is reading out at 62C max! My old 955 had a max differential of 1C, maybe 2C if it was somewhere early on the test. It seems to no longer be going up, and from what I can tell at the Sandy Stable club, max temps in the 50's and 60's is pretty darn good!

Nope, its perfectly normal for there to be a difference in core temps on your i5. They just do that, where as Phenom II's seem to be with in 1c of each other. I have no clue why this is, but it is.
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post #482 of 964
Quote:
Originally Posted by Badness View Post

Either intel cores have more variance than AMD, or my mounting job is off. 52C max on core 0 and 60C on core 2! The package is reading out at 62C max! My old 955 had a max differential of 1C, maybe 2C if it was somewhere early on the test. It seems to no longer be going up, and from what I can tell at the Sandy Stable club, max temps in the 50's and 60's is pretty darn good!

In fact 50~60 range is very good for any Intel CPU.
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post #483 of 964
fresh from the CeBit, the Alpenföhn Everest:
(8x8mm Heatpipes, Triple Tower design, 4x 140mm fans)

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Maybe it wont even be significantly better than the K2/SA/D14 etc but i just need this for the looks alone lol, this thing is massive thumb.gif
Edited by Elohim - 3/6/12 at 7:44am
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post #484 of 964
Elohim, you're the best biggrin.gif

I can see why they used the name K2 before.
 
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post #485 of 964
Quote:
Originally Posted by Elohim View Post

fresh from the CeBit, the Alpenföhn Everest:
(8x8mm Heatpipes, Triple Tower design, 4x 140mm fans) Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
450
450
450
450
450
Maybe it wont even be significantly better than the K2/SA/D14 etc but i just need this for the looks alone lol, this thing is massive thumb.gif

You have got to be kidding me! Do want!

EDIT: looking at it, it seems it would only be for large die chips...that is a massive base.
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post #486 of 964
Quote:
Originally Posted by Elohim View Post

fresh from the CeBit, the Alpenföhn Everest:
(8x8mm Heatpipes, Triple Tower design, 4x 140mm fans)

Maybe it wont even be significantly better than the K2/SA/D14 etc but i just need this for the looks alone lol, this thing is massive thumb.gif

estimated cost?
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wow thats a beast
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post #488 of 964
Deepcool Gamer Storm Assassin (Alpenföhn K2) & Thermalright Silver Arrow SB-E


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Quote:
Testing platform
Processor
Intel Core i7-3960X 4.50GHz (100x45) 1.45V

Radiator
Thermalright Archon
Deepcool Gamer Storm Assassin
Thermalright Silver Arrow SB-E
Noctua D14 SE2011

Grease
Thermalright Chill Factor3

Fan
Thermalright TY-140 1300RPM

Board
ASUS Rampage IV Extreme X79

Test software
Core Temp 1.0 RC3
Prime95 (In-place large FFTs)

Ambient temperature: 15 ° c (± 0.5 ° c) relative humidity: 60% (± 5%)

via

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Below is a separate comparison from a forum member, not the site reviewers.

Deepcool Gamer Storm Assassin (Alpenföhn K2) vs. Thermalright Silver Arrow

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Testing results at the link.
post #489 of 964
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Originally Posted by ihatelolcats View Post

estimated cost?

no idea, my guess would be 90€ (=120$) wich is pure speculation on my part though. This is still a prototype and they are not sure yet with how many fans they will ship this etc.

450

the Heatsink is not THAT big though, since the three towers are relatively slim. With two fans in the middle it's probably similar in size to the phanteks
Edited by Elohim - 3/6/12 at 12:46pm
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post #490 of 964
Another interesting product by Cooler Master is the Eisberg 120/240/360. This is basically a higher quality version of the asetek/coolit products, as far as the different components go (eheim pump, very little plastic used, can be disassambled etc).
Cooler Master says their Eisberg Coolers are significantly more efficient but also around ~30% more expensive compared to the corsair products. There will be a 120, 240 and 360 Rad Version:


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To me it seems like this might be a All In One Watercooler done right, but we'll see.
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