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post #3911 of 5267
lol sorry miss understood.

You can still start your build log before you get your case I've started my next one already, just haven't posted it yet.
post #3912 of 5267
Looking into cooling solutions for my mATX parvum and I am torn between air and AIO solution. Custom loop won't happen because it will be on the move often.

I would prefer air because the AIO solutions are too damn loud in custom cases that lets the noise out in full force.

How close does an air cooler generally get to the window because of height? I wanna see the compents inside and not a block of metal in my face.

Is an LP AIO any good for 5820K or is it a suicide mission? The machine will have 24/7 game load during LAN parties for a few days but will rest for a lot of other time.
post #3913 of 5267
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Originally Posted by Votkrath View Post

Looking into cooling solutions for my mATX parvum and I am torn between air and AIO solution. Custom loop won't happen because it will be on the move often.

I would prefer air because the AIO solutions are too damn loud in custom cases that lets the noise out in full force.

How close does an air cooler generally get to the window because of height? I wanna see the compents inside and not a block of metal in my face.

Is an LP AIO any good for 5820K or is it a suicide mission? The machine will have 24/7 game load during LAN parties for a few days but will rest for a lot of other time.

Nothing wrong with AIO i had one on my first Parvum, and it wasnt loud at all, i never use the software that comes with them, i just used speedfan and adjusted the fan curve to only spin past 40% when it hit 70.
post #3914 of 5267
It would probably be harder use a AIO in the R1.0 compared to S2.5
post #3915 of 5267
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Originally Posted by Mads1 View Post

Nothing wrong with AIO i had one on my first Parvum, and it wasnt loud at all, i never use the software that comes with them, i just used speedfan and adjusted the fan curve to only spin past 40% when it hit 70.

I dunno, I just don't like it in this scenario for me.

The question is, how far out towards the window would a let's say a Dark Rock 3 go?
post #3916 of 5267
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I dunno, I just don't like it in this scenario for me.

The question is, how far out towards the window would a let's say a Dark Rock 3 go?

Depends on what case you have or thinking of getting. as it varies between 150mm to 170mm, aircoolers will block alot of the view into the case but done right it can look quite nice.
post #3917 of 5267
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Originally Posted by Mads1 View Post

Depends on what case you have or thinking of getting. as it varies between 150mm to 170mm, aircoolers will block alot of the view into the case but done right it can look quite nice.

Should be the S2.0 that I have.
post #3918 of 5267
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Originally Posted by Votkrath View Post

Should be the S2.0 that I have.

You will have 160mm, if you have the case then if you get the height for the dark rock then you should be able to determine how far close it will go towards the window.
post #3919 of 5267
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Originally Posted by Mads1 View Post

You will have 160mm, if you have the case then if you get the height for the dark rock then you should be able to determine how far close it will go towards the window.

Damn... looks like it's 160mm exactly.
post #3920 of 5267
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Originally Posted by Votkrath View Post

Damn... looks like it's 160mm exactly.

If you are worried about the noise of fans with a AIO just change out the fans for something abit quieter, or go for a noctua low profile air cooler.
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