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Originally Posted by Kalistoval View Post

Madafaka its probably because you left the peel me off sticker on, on the bottom of the heat sink dat Madafaka smh biggrin.gif

No I didnt left it on, I think the way I applied the paste and reset the cooler went much better which gave better results lolz
post #28872 of 67350
How much better is H80i compare to Hyper 212 EVO? I can get one for like 70 bucks, its cheap but I dont like watercoolers, I wanted to get D14 cuz its probs alot better, I know D14 will fit in a Elite 430 case but dont know about the corsair h80i, or anyone have other alternatives to cool the fx8350?
post #28873 of 67350
Go for the monsters.

The "Wcooler" solutions are the worse thing you can do from a durable point of view.

You have great options:

Bequiet Dark Rock Pro 2 (wich i proudly have, 1.5 4.5 dont pass 44º gaming);
Deepcool Gamer Storm Assassin;
Phanteks TC14PE;
TR SilverArrow;
Alpenfohn k2;
Noctua D14;
Zalman CNPS 12x.

Those are the very best air coolers on the market.

I will choose any of those over NH D14.
post #28874 of 67350
If you want the best, thats the way to go thumb.gif
post #28875 of 67350
If you do not want water, then get a good air cooler. The 212 is a very average cooler by its performance and only its low price makes people recommend it. Any of the better twin tower coolers can cool an 8350 at reasonable overclocks.

The thing to remember about air cooling is that it does not matter how good the cooler is if the hot exhaust air it creates is not pulled out of the case fast enough. When that happens the hot air just recirculates inside the case overheating everything. Case air flow is more important than which cooler is used.

Example: My case has 4 intake fans and 0 exhaust fans. It has one of the better twin towers mounted in it with 2 bad boy fans attached. Their exhaust goes out the back of the case through this big gaping hole cut into the back and it works well. It has taken 1.55vcore with a max temp of 59C in IBT AVX at normal house ambient temps of 22C.

How far will your cpu go at 1.55v?
Edited by miklkit - 1/11/14 at 7:02am
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Hard DriveHard DriveOptical DriveCooling
Samsung 850 EVO 500gb SSD Western Digital 500gb  Memorex Lightscribe dvd Thermalright Silver Arrow IB-E Extreme 
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Western Digital Samsung 850 EVO Memorex Lightscribe dvd Thermalright Silver Arrow IB-E Extreme 
OSMonitorKeyboardPower
Win X 64 bit Pixio 27" 1440P  yes Seasonic SS-850KM Active PFC F3 
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post #28876 of 67350
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Originally Posted by miklkit View Post

If you do not want water, then get a good air cooler. The 212 is a very average cooler by its performance and only its low price makes people recommend it. Any of the better twin tower coolers can cool an 8350 at reasonable overclocks.

The thing to remember about air cooling is that it does not matter how good the cooler is if the hot exhaust air it creates is not pulled out of the case fast enough. When that happens the hot air just recirculates inside the case overheating everything. Case air flow is more important than which cooler is used.

Example: My case has 4 intake fans and 0 exhaust fans. It has one of the better twin towers mounted in it with 2 bad boy fans attached. Their exhaust goes out the back of the case through this big gaping hole cut into the back and it works well. It has taken 1.55vcore with a max temp of 59C in IBT AVX at normal house ambient temps of 22C.

How far will your cpu go at 1.55v?

yeah I know I have two top fan exhaust and rear exhaust and 1 intake fan at front atm.
post #28877 of 67350
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Originally Posted by Madafaka View Post

yeah I know I have two top fan exhaust and rear exhaust and 1 intake fan at front atm.
You want more intake than exhaust.

Higher air density
post #28878 of 67350
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Originally Posted by Durquavian View Post

You want more intake than exhaust.

Higher air density

I dont wanna turn my pc into a vacum cleaner, and it works just fine, motherboard is like max 23 degree and I dont get much dust either.
post #28879 of 67350
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Originally Posted by Madafaka View Post

I dont wanna turn my pc into a vacum cleaner, and it works just fine, motherboard is like max 23 degree and I dont get much dust either.
It wont change the dust level. It is ok that you choose what you want but make sure you understand the physics behind it before commenting.
post #28880 of 67350
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Originally Posted by Durquavian View Post

It wont change the dust level. It is ok that you choose what you want but make sure you understand the physics behind it before commenting.

It worked just fine for 2 years with minimum dust and great temperatures, sometimes physics just dont work mate, just go with the flow.
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