Originally Posted by Ithanul
Well, I always heard good things about those Noctua heatsinks. Even that they can beat AIOs.
Myself, I really only use AIOs on GPUs that I don't have blocks for. That is where they really shine. Considering the 960 would run 68C on air, smack the H60 on it. Folds full load at 38C clocked at 1551MHz.
I really need to give that Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut a try. Keep seeing peeps here talking about it.
In my case I needed to go with something different as my H100i V2 started to fail and I experienced with few issues and my brother bought me in first place Cryorig R1 Universal,but he returned due the X99 compatibility and he bought Noctua instead and think this has been best decision
Regarding the AIO,I'm running AIO for my EVGA Titan X although pump on EVGA Hybrid is noisiest part on my PC and temps under load are in 40's when I render in Poser or 3DS MAX or in Blender,but in GTA V my temps are in high 50's or they're touching 60C
Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut works for me there,tried PK3 with which I've been very disappointed there
Hope this helps
Originally Posted by Kimir
I'm not even surprised, I had a similar experience with the Noctua NH-D14 SE 2011 compared to the original Corsair H100i with my 3930K (fractal rig in my sig), prior to switching full custom loop.
I didn't expected such big difference on load,but done several tests and my temps are like as above,full custom loop this I'm planning as next,but right now I'm very happy there