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post #231 of 924
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Originally Posted by Psycownage View Post

The h100i v2 is 55mm thick with standard fans and will not fit the top of the case. (52mm clearance)

Umx4 comes with 2 20mm fans that can be attached to the radiator instead of the corsair ones. The corsairs can then be installed at the bottom

Thanks for answers!

Should I better take H100i (52mm height) or better a usual air cooler? (which one for 5820k)?
post #232 of 924
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Originally Posted by dufreyne View Post

Thanks for answers!

Should I better take H100i (52mm height) or better a usual air cooler? (which one for 5820k)?

If you value noise(or rather lack there of), cost and reliability, go with an air cooler. Examples (Click to show)
The UMX4 supports coolers up to 162mm

Some good choices:
  • Cryorig H5
  • Thermalright Le GRAND MACHO RT
  • Noctua NH-D15S(fan is ugly as sin though)

If you just want slightly better temps than an air cooler and bleeding ears, go with the H100i

If you want a proper AIO without breaking the bank go with the H220-X2

If your budget is a bit bigger, go with the 240mm EK Predator
post #233 of 924
Gilles3000,

Thanks a lot for the answer. Ordered Cryorig H5 Universal for its style. Have to wait now...
Edited by dufreyne - 8/16/16 at 5:36pm
post #234 of 924
i set my umx4 rear fan as intake and the h5 blowing towards the psu, temps are pretty decent for light ocing, the h5 is pretty quiet even when you ramp up the fanspeed.
post #235 of 924
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Originally Posted by jopy View Post

i set my umx4 rear fan as intake and the h5 blowing towards the psu, temps are pretty decent for light ocing, the h5 is pretty quiet even when you ramp up the fanspeed.

Can you please post a photo?
post #236 of 924
Just to add my 2cents.gif my backup cooler is a BeQuiet Pure Rock, budget tower, it will run my 5820k at acceptable temps (below 70C) at 4.3GHz 1.265v Vcore.
It's there for emergencies just in case my custom loop fails, which something is telling me it won't

Custom loops can be very well priced by the way I paid £146 for mine, which includes and EK Supremecy MX CPU block, XSPC ION Res/Pump in a nice housing (not the quietest pump though), tubing and a copper rad 240mm.

Anyway best of luck with the build, the Cryorig should do you proud smile.gif
    
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
5820k MSI X99S SLI PLUS MSI GTX 1080 Ti Seahawk EK X 16GB GSKILL 2400 Ripjaw 
Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveHard Drive
Samsung 840 EVO 750 Seagate 1TB Seagate 1TB 240GB Mushkin Chronos 
CoolingOSMonitorKeyboard
Custome water loop, EK Supremecy MX CPU Block,... Windows 10 Pro 64Bit AOC 4k U2879VF Speedlink Ultor red switched tkl keyboard 
PowerCaseMouseMouse Pad
Seasonic Snow Silent 750 Platinum Cooltek W2 upgraded to tempered glass window pa... Steelseries Rival 310 ASUS Anniversary Mousepad 
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Fnatic Duel Headset 
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post #237 of 924
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Originally Posted by dufreyne View Post

Can you please post a photo?
Photo of the setup ?
post #238 of 924
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Anyway best of luck with the build, the Cryorig should do you proud smile.gif
Thank you! Cryorig coolers are sexy redface.gif
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Photo of the setup ?
Yes, inside the case, TY
post #239 of 924


if you wants better airflow and some noise reduction, you might wants to consider changing the rear mesh and bottom filter into something like demciflex filter instead,
the default one doesnt really filter much dust and has too much resistance(more noise).
post #240 of 924
Thanks, jopy. Though I'm not quite sure what is meant by the rear mesh. A piece of black metal behind the rear fan? Replace it with ... what?
The bottom filter is just a piece that lies like that:

Though it has mounting holes.
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