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I see no point going for a 4770K when DCs are better.

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Im running an Asus sabertooth, and I was planning on putting the biggest, highest cfm fan I could fit behind the socket.

The kitty will show the improvement by a lot.


But dont forget a fan on the VRMs. They're more of a help than on the backside.

Also a good point, the 3770k and 4770k are steaming piles of thermally limited crap in my opinion .

I think I'd rather have my 2600k than either of them TBH. However the 4790K may have more to offer.
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This ^ and...
I see no point going for a 4770K when DCs are better.
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Originally Posted by Cysquatch View Post

Im running an Asus sabertooth, and I was planning on putting the biggest, highest cfm fan I could fit behind the socket.

The kitty will show the improvement by a lot.


But dont forget a fan on the VRMs. They're more of a help than on the backside.


Also a good point, the 3770k and 4770k are steaming piles of thermally limited crap in my opinion .

I think I'd rather have my 2600k than either of them TBH. However the 4790K may have more to offer.

Not just your opinion. It's the truth. tongue.gif

Higher clocks, better temps (til you get unlucky).

Still, a well tuned Vishera will not be a bottleneck as they (Inutel fans) say on any Video Card.

IMO, the op should better be looking for a way to upgrade his Mobo or picking a good batch chip. Or both, if desired, but should still have enough cash to upgrade other things such as a GPU for the price of an Intel Processor/Mobo combo.
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Still, a well tuned Vishera will not be a bottleneck as they (Inutel fans) say on any Video Card.

I'd agree that CPU is never truly affecting what a GPU can do. It's more like some parts in some games or with some fps goals where CPU becomes more of a factor. But that is regardless of GPU.
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This ^ and...
I see no point going for a 4770K when DCs are better.
The kitty will show the improvement by a lot.


But dont forget a fan on the VRMs. They're more of a help than on the backside.

Any tips on cooling the vrms when running a giant cpu heatsink?
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Any tips on cooling the vrms when running a giant cpu heatsink?

Remove the I/O cover and put an extracting fan there.



fan for extracting from rear
rear fan with cables in place
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This ^ and...
I see no point going for a 4770K when DCs are better.
The kitty will show the improvement by a lot.


But dont forget a fan on the VRMs. They're more of a help than on the backside.

Any tips on cooling the vrms when running a giant cpu heatsink?

Any room for one of these placed over your heatsink? http://assets.hardwaresphere.com/uploads/2010/11/Kingston-Black-HyperX-Fan-Memory-Cooler.jpg
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Any room for one of these placed over your heatsink? http://assets.hardwaresphere.com/uploads/2010/11/Kingston-Black-HyperX-Fan-Memory-Cooler.jpg

That would be a really nice option if it fit. thumb.gif
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Any tips on cooling the vrms when running a giant cpu heatsink?


i got a nh d15 and it covers my vrms, keeps em cool too
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Any tips on cooling the vrms when running a giant cpu heatsink?


Those Down Draft Noctua NH-C14s do alright with FX 8 cores and 4.6 Ghz. Got one on a 8350. Moved the top fan to move air on to the memory. Moved the bottom to move air on to the Vrs. 4.6 Ghz is close to max you can do with air cooling and olde lady that likes a warm house. There are some fan powered memory coolers can that be adapted to Vr cooling. Kinda noisy but they work.
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i got a nh d15 and it covers my vrms, keeps em cool too



Noctua nh-c14 on a MSI 890fx board. Would have pulled the box out but I am lazy

The blue fins in the hole are the Vrs. That board is not rated to do 220 watts. But it can handle a 8350 at 4.6 Ghz I just bumped up the FSB to get it there and left every else thing on auto.
Edited by warpuck - 7/6/15 at 9:23am
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