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REP+ for hating on the guy in the video rolleyes.gif

I actually wanted to write such a comment, but they wrote it before me, and saved me from any accusations of being a racists, etc. So I thought it deserved REP+.
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Mind me asking, what exactly are you missing from the 990 chipset? I paid €90 for my ASUS Pro and can't really complain. Maybe I'm not doing something you are but..

I don't know where you got it that cheap, but the cheapest I see that board is €140-150 (EU/Belgium).

Anyway, what I was trying to say, with the usual prices, €100 gets you a whole lot more on Z97/Z170 than on 990FX/970, usually.

I don't think anyone should even try to overclock on the usual €100-110 990FX boards.
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I actually wanted to write such a comment, but they wrote it before me, and saved me from any accusations of being a racists, etc. So I thought it deserved REP+.

This isn't facebook you know... rolleyes.gif
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Pretty nice horizontal cooler.

It may be actually usable for intel users too. There were people who modded the previous 125W amd heatsink to sit on intel cpu's.
While the noise was huge then the temperatures were fantastic for such a cheap cooler(people often sell those heatsinks for close to nothing).

I prefer to have stock cooler included because you never know when it will be needed.
I run my i3 in NAS using box cooler. After undervolt&underclock (as well as disabling ht and second core) it never goes higher than 35°C on usual load (managing wlan network,bittorrent,hamachi and samba).
When I was testing CHV-F with athlon II x2 then the box heatsink was still sufficient to reach 3.8@1.4V while keeping the temps well under 60°C.
775 Intel heatsink are actually good case fans. 75x75mm fits without any issue into 80x80mm fan places.

Only thing I dislike is stock gpu coolers. I went through HD6990 and now I have R9 290X so I remember the noise clearly(both later watercooled).
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It is odd that this new fan is actually louder than the "old box cooler" when set to max speed at desktop idle, but 5 dB(A) quieter under stress and 8 dB(A) during the witcher is nothing to laugh at! Good job AMD!

With that said I would still buy an after market cooler...
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It is odd that this new fan is actually louder than the "old box cooler" when set to max speed at desktop idle, but 5 dB(A) quieter under stress and 8 dB(A) during the witcher is nothing to laugh at! Good job AMD!

With that said I would still buy an after market cooler...

something is wrong with that benchmarks.
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Techreport have a little review up, if anyones interested.

http://techreport.com/review/29691/amd-wraith-cpu-cooler-reviewed/3

'Even with the rather restrictive custom fan curve I created, the Wraith delivers impressive cooling results atop a stock-clocked FX-8370. The processor's load temps topped out at 69° C under our grueling Prime95 Small FFTs load. To get there, the Wraith only had to spin its fan at a reported 1321 RPM, less than half of its roughly 3000-RPM rated maximum. Using a similar fan curve, the Hyper D92 shaved only three degrees C off the Wraith's load number. Not bad for a stock heatsink cooling a 125W CPU.'



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Hmm, I guess if Zen chips will still have the higher TDP at top end, these will be nice. I was thinking newer process was going to bring down overall power draw while making less heat, which would mean the little coolers would be fine.

Overall this is nice, maybe some of the Zen budget chips will be excellent clockers and this fan can support them.
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Techreport have a little review up, if anyones interested.

http://techreport.com/review/29691/amd-wraith-cpu-cooler-reviewed/3

'Even with the rather restrictive custom fan curve I created, the Wraith delivers impressive cooling results atop a stock-clocked FX-8370. The processor's load temps topped out at 69° C under our grueling Prime95 Small FFTs load. To get there, the Wraith only had to spin its fan at a reported 1321 RPM, less than half of its roughly 3000-RPM rated maximum. Using a similar fan curve, the Hyper D92 shaved only three degrees C off the Wraith's load number. Not bad for a stock heatsink cooling a 125W CPU.'



Those are spectacular results IMO.
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Hmm, I guess if Zen chips will still have the higher TDP at top end, these will be nice. I was thinking newer process was going to bring down overall power draw while making less heat, which would mean the little coolers would be fine.

Overall this is nice, maybe some of the Zen budget chips will be excellent clockers and this fan can support them.

If theyre going quad, hex and octacore, I'm looking at Intel having a 91watt quad core currently at 14nm although its fairly high clocked at stock. I guess they may well need it.

Although I do have something in the back of my mind about AMD and Intel calculating TDP diferently, that may be old news.
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Those are spectacular results IMO.

Especially considering he had the fan at less then 50%. I do find it a bit strange he wouldnt also show results with the fan at max, 50% and PWM or something similar. Nevertheless, it pretty good for what it is.
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