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For what purpose? At what voltage?
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After doing some research, I am very interested in the fractal kelvin s36. Good choice @ 4.7ghz?
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After doing some research, I am very interested in the fractal kelvin s36. Good choice @ 4.7ghz?

If you can get one. At least it has the option to add to it later on,which is great for an AIO.
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If you can get one. At least it has the option to add to it later on,which is great for an AIO.

It really doesn't. You can add a rad or a res, but adding another block cripples the pump.
post #25 of 31
Would the D15S be adequate to cool the 5960x if I was to keep volts under 1.3?

The system will have 3 1080s inside an Enthoo Primo case.
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Would the D15S be adequate to cool the 5960x if I was to keep volts under 1.3?

The system will have 3 1080s inside an Enthoo Primo case.

1080s can only go up to two cards.

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There is no AIO and no heatsink in existence that will be sufficient for an eight-core Haswell-E at anywhere near 4.7GHz.

Custom water is your only real option if you want anything resembling stability at high loads and don't live in the arctic.
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Depends on the case. You need either a full custom water loop or at the minimum an elite air cooler like Noctua NHD15. You can use an AIO water cooler like Corsair H100 etc but you better have airflow over the mb socket area.

An NH-D15 isn't going to handle a 4.7GHz 5960X. I couldn't even put an NH-D15 on my 4.3GHz 5820k and expect it to be stable in everything.
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Would the D15S be adequate to cool the 5960x if I was to keep volts under 1.3?

Going to depend on load and clock speed.

The D15 starts to crap out around 200-250w of heat.
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post #28 of 31
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1080s can only go up to two cards.

Sorry, I should have clarified, the cards wont be in SLI. I will be using them for rendering, and if you use programs like Octane that scale linearly with each added card you do not lose much performance. That is why some render machines have up to 7 gpus attached without the use of SLI.

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There is no AIO and no heatsink in existence that will be sufficient for an eight-core Haswell-E at anywhere near 4.7GHz.

Custom water is your only real option if you want anything resembling stability at high loads and don't live in the arctic.
An NH-D15 isn't going to handle a 4.7GHz 5960X. I couldn't even put an NH-D15 on my 4.3GHz 5820k and expect it to be stable in everything.
Going to depend on load and clock speed.

The D15 starts to crap out around 200-250w of heat.

Do you reckon it would be able to handle an OC of 4-4.3Ghz, I mean the D15S?
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Sorry, I should have clarified, the cards wont be in SLI. I will be using them for rendering, and if you use programs like Octane that scale linearly with each added card you do not lose much performance. That is why some render machines have up to 7 gpus attached without the use of SLI.
Do you reckon it would be able to handle an OC of 4-4.3Ghz, I mean the D15S?

Oh that's cool, didn't even know you could do that, thanks for the information.  

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Do you reckon it would be able to handle an OC of 4-4.3Ghz, I mean the D15S?

Yes, with specifics depending on your CPU sample and what your definition of stability is.

The last few hundred MHz a part is reasonably capable of will dramatically increase power consumption and heat production, so a part that needs a pair of 360 radiators in a custom loop to be fully stable at 4.7GHz is probably going to be ok at 4.2-4.3GHz on high-end air.
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