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So this thread is to find out what results people are getting from their Cryorig R1 cooler. Both the Ultimate and Universal results are welcome. The purpose of this is to help us compare our results with each other, and help us all to determine if our cooler/system is achieving cooling results to a reasonable standard. This may lead to some of us improving our setup to achieve better results.

The monitoring software should be "hwmonitor" Link

We will be looking at max temps from a high load, so Prime95 with Small-FFT should be used for "1 hour". After you submit your criteria, please provide screen-shots of hwmonitor and prime as shown below.

The format for example:

Ultimate/Universal
Ultimate

CPU/Speed
8320E @ 4.6

CPU-vcore (actual load)
1.384v

GPU
1x Sapphire R9 290 Tri-X OC

Case
Phanteks Enthu Luxe

Case Fans
Total: 4
Front: 1x 200mm, Intake
Rear: 1x 140mm, Exhaust
Top: 1x 140mm, Exhaust (rear), 1x 120mm Intake (center)
Bottom: NA


Ambient Temp (room temp)
76F

CPU Cooler Air Intake Temp (Optional, if you have a probe)
NA ( "NA" if you don't have a probe.)

CPU Temp (MAX)
66C




Edited by pshootr - 1/10/15 at 5:36pm
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Would be nice to know what case, what GPU and what the cooler intake air temp is too. This would give us data about how different cases and case fan setups do at supplying cool air to cooler. Using cooler intake air temp allows us to see what the cooler's ability is on CPU and show us what the temperature rise is from case intake to cooler intake. It will allow us to see how well just the R1 performs, rather than just how well case and cooler combined perform.
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Would be nice to know what case, what GPU and what the cooler intake air temp is too. This would give us data about how different cases and case fan setups do at supplying cool air to cooler. Using cooler intake air temp allows us to see what the cooler's ability is on CPU and show us what the temperature rise is from case intake to cooler intake. It will allow us to see how well just the R1 performs, rather than just how well case and cooler combined perform.

Updated the example per suggestions, great ideas. Thanks a lot doyll
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Crucial MX-100 SSD 256GB OS/Programs/Games WD-Black 2TB Games/Programs WD-Green 3TB Data/Backup ASUS 24X DVD Burner 
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Looks good. Thanks for the update. 3c difference between room and cooler intake is good. 10-15c is pretty common in cases that have not had system airflow tuned to component airflow demands. wink.gif
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Looks good. Thanks for the update. 3c difference between room and cooler intake is good. 10-15c is pretty common in cases that have not had system airflow tuned to component airflow demands. wink.gif

The 3C difference was only a guess since the top center fan pulls fresh air to the cooler. I will have to get a probe to get accurate results. It was just the fill the example field, but now I think I should put NA in that field. This post helped me realize I should put NA in my example for now. Thanks!
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Crucial MX-100 SSD 256GB OS/Programs/Games WD-Black 2TB Games/Programs WD-Green 3TB Data/Backup ASUS 24X DVD Burner 
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