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Poll Results: Are you interested in this new Sugo SG13?

 
  • 93% (238)
    Yes
  • 6% (16)
    No
254 Total Votes  
post #1701 of 2694
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Originally Posted by LikeTheRazor View Post

Good point. The blower is significantly louder than the open air.

Really it's a trade off between noise and temperature.

If you want the best temperatures for the other parts in the system, get a blower GPU.

If you want the quietest operation, get an open air GPU.

Well that's entirely dependent on your choice of CPU cooler, really...

If you had of chosen a AIO cooler, you likely would've seen no different in CPU temps with a aftermarket-cooled GPU (all the while achieving lower noise)
post #1702 of 2694
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Originally Posted by fleetfeather View Post

Well that's entirely dependent on your choice of CPU cooler, really...

If you had of chosen a AIO cooler, you likely would've seen no different in CPU temps with a aftermarket-cooled GPU (all the while achieving lower noise)

doesn't solve board temp increase.

the problem with some aftermarket GPU coolers is that it blows heated air towards the motherboard, heating up the chipset and other components near the GPU.
also, using a liquid cooler on the CPU can increase DRAM and VRM temps, as you'll have no direct airflow along those components.

on a side note, whats the hate on blower types? Nvidia's shiny blower type cooler is quite effective and isn't that loud.
Edited by epic1337 - 6/8/16 at 3:49pm
post #1703 of 2694
As nice as the cool CPU temps are with a blower style GPU, the noise does get annoying. I'm tempted to try a open style cooler the next time around but I don't know how much the other components in my PC will heat up.
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post #1704 of 2694
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Originally Posted by epic1337 View Post

doesn't solve board temp increase.

the problem with some aftermarket GPU coolers is that it blows heated air towards the motherboard, heating up the chipset and other components near the GPU.
also, using a liquid cooler on the CPU can increase DRAM and VRM temps, as you'll have no direct airflow along those components.


So many things wrong with this statement that I don't have time to even point them out
post #1705 of 2694
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So many things wrong with this statement that I don't have time to even point them out

then you're clearly ignorant of how aftermarket GPU cooler's airflow works.
post #1706 of 2694
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Originally Posted by epic1337 View Post

then you're clearly ignorant of how aftermarket GPU cooler's airflow works.

Chipset heatsinks have been around for many, many years now and modern chipsets are at ZERO risk of overheating due to heat dump from a single aftermarket GPU.

What other board "components" do you feel are at risk due to the mere 5-6C increase in ambient temperature? There aren't any.

Why? Because the ambient air temp of a case featuring an aftermarket card is [insert single digit increase in Celsius] higher than a reference card. Even to suggest a 9C increase occurs would mean relatively dick all to any components on the mobo.

All this while ignoring the way that temperatures reach equilibrium in an enclosure; if any component was running hotter than the heated air coming from the aftermarket cooler, it would actually be cooled from the heated air hitting it (not as much as cooler air would cool the component, but nevertheless)
post #1707 of 2694
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Originally Posted by fleetfeather View Post

Well that's entirely dependent on your choice of CPU cooler, really...

If you had of chosen a AIO cooler, you likely would've seen no different in CPU temps with a aftermarket-cooled GPU (all the while achieving lower noise)
I don't think that's the case, but you're welcome to test it yourself. The blower GPU will always reduce the temps of the other components.
post #1708 of 2694
The heat from the GPU to the mobo is probably negligible. A blower cooler can be pretty noisy. Only Nvidia's 980/980ti blowers are quiet enough but they are incredibly expensive.

Much depends on the GPU itself. If u have a R9 290 open gpu, then it's going to be a little overwhelming. But I think a R9 290 won't fit this case anyway.

The GTX970, 960, R9 380 and below open GPUs should not make this case or mobo temps too hot. CPU temps will be more manageable with an AIO.

There are always compromises with small cases. U just have to prioritise what's most important and strike a balance. For me, I won't want a GPU that's too noisy.

So my preferred setup for this case would be an AIO CPU cooler, plus a blower 980ti (if cost isn't a problem).

Hey, but don't u guys live in cold climates? What's a little heat man? All the more u should embrace it!
post #1709 of 2694
Also to add to the list of GPUs- Nano, Fury, and other hybrid coolers where size permits.
post #1710 of 2694
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Originally Posted by fleetfeather View Post

Chipset heatsinks have been around for many, many years now and modern chipsets are at ZERO risk of overheating due to heat dump from a single aftermarket GPU.

What other board "components" do you feel are at risk due to the mere 5-6C increase in ambient temperature? There aren't any.

Why? Because the ambient air temp of a case featuring an aftermarket card is [insert single digit increase in Celsius] higher than a reference card. Even to suggest a 9C increase occurs would mean relatively dick all to any components on the mobo.

All this while ignoring the way that temperatures reach equilibrium in an enclosure; if any component was running hotter than the heated air coming from the aftermarket cooler, it would actually be cooled from the heated air hitting it (not as much as cooler air would cool the component, but nevertheless)

so? all i said it would elevate temps, and its a fact.
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