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I saw this in another thread ... thought I would post it here too. Apologies if it has already been posted.


Edited by ruffhi - 8/16/16 at 4:50am
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But wait ... there is more ... Here is a paper cooler from the folks at Cryorig. It should fit in any size computer case. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Joke!!! It is just a depth gauge.


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You have to love cryorig ... they included this comment ...

What’s more! There will also be height markers for popular coolers from be quiet! Coolermaster, Noctua and more! If there is any request for additional height markers for other models and brands just write in to support@cryorig.com and CRYORIG will add them to the list.
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Originally Posted by ruffhi View Post

I saw this in another thread ... thought I would post it here too. Apologies if it has already been posted.

doh.gif Not the bearded talking head! doh.gif
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His brains are on his face, not in his head. He says to get NH-D15 instead of NH-D15S and sell one fan to get back some of the expense. rolleyes.gif What about it's 77-78mm center CPU toward PCIe socket blocking PCIe socket on many motherboards. buttkick.gif

Wait for ciarlatano to tell you his thoughts about talking head. biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by ruffhi View Post

But wait ... there is more ... Here is a paper cooler from the folks at Cryorig. It should fit in any size computer case. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Joke!!! It is just a depth gauge.

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
20160511_01.jpg
(Image is hot linked)

You have to love cryorig ... they included this comment ...

What’s more! There will also be height markers for popular coolers from be quiet! Coolermaster, Noctua and more! If there is any request for additional height markers for other models and brands just write in to support@cryorig.com and CRYORIG will add them to the list.
buttkick.gif
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I have one I've been using for years now to check case CPU clearance. Ruler scale on side, a piece of string and you know what cooler height will fit. thumb.gif
Edited by doyll - 8/16/16 at 5:12am
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doh.gif Not the bearded talking head! doh.gif
biggrin.gif
His brains are on his face, not in his head. He says to get NH-D15 instead of NH-D15S and sell one fan to get back some of the expense. rolleyes.gif What about it's 77-78mm center CPU toward PCIe socket blocking PCIe socket on many motherboards. buttkick.gif

Wait for ciarlatano to tell you his thoughts about talking head. biggrin.gif

I don't really have much of an issue with him.....but it could be because I have only seen around 4-5 of his videos. He seems to actually test the components he reviews and compares them to direct competitors (unlike sites with a misplaced Z in the name), and actually seems to know how to install them by himself and what the performance results actually mean (unlike channels with Pee Wee Herman look and sound alikes paid advertisers posing as reviewers Peanuts cartoon characters NCIX employees very little computer knowledge). The fact that his results tend to line up closely with what I have tested first hand, and that he is not afraid to call a bad product exactly that also helps.

I also happen to trust this Olymp result more than others I have seen to date.

But, yeah, the whole buy a D15 and sell a fan rather than buying a D15S makes no sense.
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He assumed that the Cryorig R1 Ultimate and R1 Universal only differ in fan thickness, and that the NH-D15 just has one more fan than the NH-D15S.
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Yeah carlatano, at least he does know more than many, but .. talking heads are still talking heads. biggrin.gif

I'll take geggeg's word about the D15 bit. thumb.gif
I've got both R1's and both cool the same with same fans, but they are not identical. The Universal has it's pipes formed differently which is the slight size diffidence in them. I can't remember for sure, but I think the fin packs are the same size and placement.
Edited by doyll - 8/16/16 at 9:26am
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Not to mention that he has the hearing potential of a potato. A lot of those coolers that were worth twice as much and performing a bit less were giving a ton of dB less. As they say - silence is golden - at least for me.
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Not to mention that he has the hearing potential of a potato. A lot of those coolers that were worth twice as much and performing a bit less were giving a ton of dB less. As they say - silence is golden - at least for me.
Good point! thumb.gif
I have no problem with 60-65c @ 30-35dBA, but 55-60c @ 40-45dBA is totally unexceptable. tongue.gif
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Originally Posted by Shneiky View Post

Not to mention that he has the hearing potential of a potato. A lot of those coolers that were worth twice as much and performing a bit less were giving a ton of dB less. As they say - silence is golden - at least for me.
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Good point! thumb.gif
I have no problem with 60-65c @ 30-35dBA, but 55-60c @ 40-45dBA is totally unexceptable. tongue.gif

I seem to recall him being a big CLC fan......so anything under 50 dB would be relatively quiet to him. rolleyes.gif
post #2650 of 3557
Prices of cryorig in his charts are absolutely retarded. They are nowhere near that expencive. 60 pounds for H7 lol! Also lack of noise testing makes the whole test quite useless.
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