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Looks very nice in there!

Checking the TIM print is always good idea.
Look forward to seeing your performance results.
post #72 of 3610
I had applied too much paste (GC-Extreme) on my 2600K, now I've put some (X shape) CP9 Cryopaste upon my new 3770K, testing right now

I noticed when I was mounting the cooler (right before screwing the two springs) that there's another small screw at the center of the plate with the two spring screws and in my case it wasn't tighten. So I did screw it in a bit and in the end (after I fully tightening the two spring screws) finish screwing the small central screw as well.
Did you notice the fact, do I have to screw it tight before or after the two spring screws? Or it simply has to remain always tighten to the cooler's base (and not hanging loosely)?
Edited by arrow0309 - 3/8/14 at 6:05am
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The little center screw is only to hold the crossbar in place. Once the two spring loaded mounting screws are started it does nothing.

The whole CPU cover does not need to be covered by the TIM imprint. On 3770k the chips are in a line in middle from top to bottom. Same direction as RAM. This area is where all the heat comes from. My would guess a short line would work best. A lot depends on how the TIM you are using spreads. They do not all spread the same.
http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/thermal-paste-heat-sink-heat-spreader,3600.html

My would guess a short line would work best. A lot depends on how the TIM you are using spreads. They do not all spread the same. This video show how much different the silicone spreads compared to AS 3
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EyXLu1Ms-q4

As I usually use the same TIM for all my builds (CF III) I wipe CPU and cooler clean but do not use any solvent. This is called "timming". The theory is that having a little TIM on cooler and CPU rather than super clean metal helps spread the rice grain to small pea size TIM better, similar to tinning metal before soldering it together.
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http://www.xtremehardware.com/cooling/air/cryorig-r1-ultimate-una-nuova-realta-201403079619/?start=9

another review (in Italian)

It's not the greatest for heatsink reviews since NH-U14S is on par with Cryorig somehow
It's not bad. Very in depth. NH-U14S seems to review results vary quite a bit. Some of the ones I trust the most show it being very good. TheLab.gr have Akasa Medusa 26.7c, Silver Arrow SB-E 26.9c, NH-U14S 27c & PH-TC14PE 27.4c at 345w.

Cooler Model . . . . . Fan . . . . . . . CFM . . . 345.1W 289.9W 232.1W 175.4W 117.1W dBA
Akasa Medusa . . . . FN059,/FN073 84/74 . . 26.7 . . 22.5 . . 18.7 . . 13.7 . . 10.1 . . 48.1
Silver Arrow SB-E. . TY-140TY-150 84/74 . . 26.9 . . 22.8 . . 18.7 . . 14.1 . . 9.5. . . 37.4
Noctua NH-U14S . . 1x NF-A15 . . . 1x 82.5 . 27.0 . . 22.9 . . 19.4 . . 14.9 . . 10.6 . . 35.8
PH-TC14PE Black . . 2x PH-F140. . . 2x 88.6 . 27.4 . . 23.5 . . 19.2 . . 14.1 . . 9.9. . . 41.3
Dark Rock Pro 2 . . T12025/T13525. 68/57 . . 28.2 . . 25.9 . . 20.2 . . 16.4 . . 11.2 . . 38.2
Megahalems . . . . . 2x FN059 . . . . 2x 83.6 . 30.4 . . 25.8 . . 23.4 . . 16.0 . . 11.5 . . 46.5
Noctua NH-D14 . . . 2x NF-P14 . . . 2x 64.9 . 30.6 . . 26.2 . . 21.3 . . 16.3 . . 11.8 . . 38.2

http://www.thelab.gr/heatsinks-coolers-watercooling-reviews/cpu-cooler-review-database-89014.html
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I agree, however the review was pretty complete and accurate, they may have applied a bit too much tim
I noticed that too. biggrin.gif
Edited by doyll - 3/8/14 at 8:00am
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Are there any reviews with Apples to Apples? (Ex: Fit 3 fans of the same type and compare to other coolers in this category with the same 3 fans, like the Phanteks)?
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post #77 of 3610
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Inside Hardware ran R1 Ultimate against Antec 920v4 H105 & H100i, but none of the top air coolers.
http://www.insidehardware.it/hardware/cooling/3463-cryorig-r1-ultimate-dagli-enthusiast-per-gli-enthusiast?start=5#content
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WOW! specool.gif

And the winner is ... thumb.gifapplaud.gif
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So what are your thoughts now that you have your R1? What do you think of the mount, ease of mounting, looks, performance, etc.?
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Everything it's OK, the mounting is fine and the performance is great thumb.gif
The bundled TIM (I'm using) is phenomenal, better than even the GC-Extreme IMHO and thanks for the tip when cleaning only a bit the cooler's base wink.gif

The cooler can easily handle even a SB 2600K at 5ghz, personally tested: cool.gif

http://s27.postimg.org/xekfp3d8h/5_0_Ghz_Fixed_1_395_LLC1_shot1.jpg
http://s27.postimg.org/ciy5duh1d/5_0_Ghz_Fixed_1_395_LLC1_shot2_cut.jpg

I still have to test it with my new 3770K cpu (recently got from a RMA) as soon as it returns from a friend. He's testing the cpu and my Ripjaws at 2133 on his OC Formula cause I'm having issues with my mobo.
So I'm still on the SB, I'll come back with more results and a D14 / R1 comparison soon

I'm also happy of the two XF140, getting with my OC Formula (cpu_fan1 + Y splitter) 1400+ rpm at full speed.
They are making some noise too but cooling enough. And I'm controlling them with the speedfan and different ratios (%) of min / max for browsing, for gaming and for benching thumbsupsmiley.png
Edited by arrow0309 - 3/20/14 at 10:58pm
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