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Originally Posted by GMcDougal View Post

Would an h7 have any issues taking a 6600k to 4.5ghz?
Ideally, it can, but like my bro, ciarlatano, says, it depends on your cpu (and its voltage) along with other factors, like case ventilation/airflow plus case fans xD

Don't believe me?
http://www.hardocp.com/article/2015/09/22/cryorig_h7_cpu_air_cooler_review/3

http://www.hardwareslave.com/reviews/hardware/cooling/cryorig-h7-cpu-cooler-review/6/



http://www.pcgameware.co.uk/reviews/cpu-coolers/cryorig-h7-cpu-cooler-review/


http://techicize.com/cryorig-h7-cpu-cooler-review/
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I understand. Should i just go with a h5? Im only seeing 2-3c difference between the two in reviews so i doubt this will make much difference
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It really depends on your needs/preferences. Based on internet talk/speculation, the H7 is one hell of a deal for $35. In fact, it's been sold out a few times on newegg. The H5 ult/universal is $47.

So what does an extra $12 give you? (comparing the h5 ultimate vs h7)
8 heatpipes vs 6 heatpipes
more airflow (76 vs 49cfm)
slightly quieter profile (1-2 dBa)
a couple degrees cooler at overclocked load


Other than that, i never actually used an H7. It looks cute though.
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Originally Posted by GMcDougal View Post

Would an h7 have any issues taking a 6600k to 4.5ghz?
I agree with the above replies.

If you want to do serious overclocking get more cooling.

Comparing cooler is great, but optimizing case airflow will almost always result in lower temps than just using better coolers.
For example usign R1 instead of H7 is about 6c improvement.
Optimizing case is 5-17c improvement.
Ideal temp of airflow into cooler is 3-5c above room ambient
Typical cooler intake air temp is 10-20c above room ambient
Optimized case airflow gives 5-17c improvement
5th topic in 'Ways to Better Cooling' linked in my sig give basics of optimizing case airflow.
post #2675 of 3718
Hi everyone!
I dont like a fan's wire fixing in coolers. Something like that:

(at pic - Cryorig H5 ultimate)
Fixing with wire seems unreliable.

But mount a fan to a cooler with bolts looks cool and reliably:


(Cryorig C1)

Why almost all manufacturers use fixing wires in coolers?
post #2676 of 3718
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Originally Posted by ciarlatano View Post

People love the little light up sailboats. It's really that simple. They think that there is actually any difference in these Aseteks other than the logo and fans. Even the A40 Ultimate is nothing more than an H115 which is nothing more than a Thermaltake Water 2.0 Somethingorother (I have forgotten the name). SSDD, nothing new here.

And, before you go off on an A40 Ultimate is better than an X61 tangent......the X61 has far better noise/performance than the A40H115UltimateWater. The thicker high fpi 240mm design needs far more air to to the same thing as a slimmer 280mm.

But, yes, Cryorig should have a bigger piece of the CLC pie. Their downfall was getting into it too late.

I used an x61 in the same build as now, and the A40 ultimate gives me better overall temps by a couple degrees. That's why I said it was better. Plus the x61 is almost double the price in the UK.
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I used an x61 in the same build as now, and the A40 ultimate gives me better overall temps by a couple degrees. That's why I said it was better. Plus the x61 is almost double the price in the UK.
Cryorig CLCs are better than many CLCs, but they are still CLCs and limited by the CLC patent rights. This combined with marketing hype leading many new users to think they are 'water cooling' like custom loops or or pre-assembled and filled kits like Swiftech and EK Predator when they have far more negative differences than positive similarities.

The CLC push started when?? in mid/late 2011 ?? In the last couple of years I've seen a steadily increasing number of people having CLC failures (mostly pumps) with most of them coming back to air cooling wtih as good and better cooling at near silent noise levels.

Bottom line is any water cooled system is more prone to problems than air cooling .. and needs more maintenance. It's simply the nature of the beast.tongue.gif
post #2678 of 3718
Hey guys,

I just installed the Cryorig R1 Universal since I want to overclock my cpu which is the i7 950 but I believe there is something wrong with the temperatures.
OCCT Results :
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As you can see, I'm around 60° which I think is quite high, I didn't overclock it yet.
After reading this review : http://www.overclock3d.net/reviews/cases_cooling/cpu_air_cooler_mega_test/3 , I expected lower temperatures to be honest.
My case is the Phanteks Enthoo Pro by the way.

What do you guys think ?

Thanks
post #2679 of 3718
Temps seem a tad high. Is this after a single mount? Or many?

What is the ambient temp and the cooler intake temp? What voltage is the 950 running at? Which Motherboard?

Off topic, but depending on the MB, could swap out the 950 for a sub-$100 hexcore 95W 56xx Xeon and get much better performance at higher clocks with lower temps than the quad 140W 950.

I think @doyll still runs a Bloomfield (for historical purposes) and might chime in with his 45nm insights.
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For the i7 950 which is a 130w tdp cpu, it is not bad temps you got.

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