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[TH] New AMD Ryzen 3000 Overclocking Mounting Brackets Debut for Just $33

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AMD's Ryzen 3000-series CPUs are based on a chiplet design, which means that there is one central I/O die with the CPU core dies placed next to it. Because of this, the heat doesn't come from the central spot on the heat spreader anymore, and for a long time there have been discussions on whether cooler placement and orientation matters. Some parties say it does matter, but others, such as Noctua, say it doesn't (at least on their coolers). Overclocker Der8auer, from Germany, does believe that cooler placement matters, particularly for AIOs that don't provide full coverage. With that in mind, he built a new set of mounting brackets that solve the problem.

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Would humbly remind interested parties of both Igor..Igorz..(?) Lab and Watercool's internal test findings; they saw a 2 degree delta reduction at best doing similar experiments; and while Igor i could easily discard, Watercool i cannot. Ask Jakob in the water cooling subforum about it.
Would also remind that anything around 1C is to be considered margin of error and that for all reasons practical, one needs deduce it from the above delta variation. For reasonable expectations anyhow.

In fairness, the kid in the video does state this favours AIOs a lot more than it does custom blocks, but at an average of 7 degrees given the fluctuations he mentions?
I'd opt for caution rather than pre-ordering. Perhaps his best pal Steve will eventually review it for him.

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Would humbly remind interested parties of both Igor..Igorz..(?) Lab and Watercool's internal test findings; they saw a 2 degree delta reduction at best doing similar experiments; and while Igor i could easily discard, Watercool i cannot. Ask Jakob in the water cooling subforum about it.
Would also remind that anything around 1C is to be considered margin of error and that for all reasons practical, one needs deduce it from the above delta variation. For reasonable expectations anyhow.

In fairness, the kid in the video does state this favours AIOs a lot more than it does custom blocks, but at an average of 7 degrees given the fluctuations he mentions?
I'd opt for caution rather than pre-ordering. Perhaps his best pal Steve will eventually review it for him.
It would help some with an AIO or some water blocks that the fins don't fully cover the chiplets.

But for example, an AMD Optimus Foundation CPU water block fully covers the chiplets with the fins and I don't think it would help much at all.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Aenra View Post
Would humbly remind interested parties of both Igor..Igorz..(?) Lab and Watercool's internal test findings; they saw a 2 degree delta reduction at best doing similar experiments; and while Igor i could easily discard, Watercool i cannot. Ask Jakob in the water cooling subforum about it.
Would also remind that anything around 1C is to be considered margin of error and that for all reasons practical, one needs deduce it from the above delta variation. For reasonable expectations anyhow.

In fairness, the kid in the video does state this favours AIOs a lot more than it does custom blocks, but at an average of 7 degrees given the fluctuations he mentions?
I'd opt for caution rather than pre-ordering. Perhaps his best pal Steve will eventually review it for him.
I am interested in this especially for someone like me that is using quite an old water block like the OG XSPC Raystorm.

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It would help some with an AIO or some water blocks that the fins don't fully cover the chiplets.

But for example, an AMD Optimus Foundation CPU water block fully covers the chiplets with the fins and I don't think it would help much at all.
But I dont have an optimus foundation block. I have an old raystorm. This may be useful for those of us who want the best performance but dont want to fork out for a new block.

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I am interested in this especially for someone like me that is using quite an old water block like the OG XSPC Raystorm.
Same here, but the full copper version of the Raystorm. I just bought new mounting brackets for AM4 earlier when switching. I'd really be interesting in the results...

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Would humbly remind interested parties of both Igor..Igorz..(?) Lab and Watercool's internal test findings; they saw a 2 degree delta reduction at best doing similar experiments; and while Igor i could easily discard, Watercool i cannot. Ask Jakob in the water cooling subforum about it.
Would also remind that anything around 1C is to be considered margin of error and that for all reasons practical, one needs deduce it from the above delta variation. For reasonable expectations anyhow.

In fairness, the kid in the video does state this favours AIOs a lot more than it does custom blocks, but at an average of 7 degrees given the fluctuations he mentions?
I'd opt for caution rather than pre-ordering. Perhaps his best pal Steve will eventually review it for him.
Results would be predicated on the design of the water block. For some who have AIOs from their old builds, this is a cheaper alternative to buying a new Ryzen AIO. I dont see it taking off on a revolution but there is def a product niche to be filled.

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Would humbly remind interested parties of both Igor..Igorz..(?) Lab and Watercool's internal test findings; they saw a 2 degree delta reduction at best doing similar experiments; and while Igor i could easily discard, Watercool i cannot. Ask Jakob in the water cooling subforum about it.
Would also remind that anything around 1C is to be considered margin of error and that for all reasons practical, one needs deduce it from the above delta variation. For reasonable expectations anyhow.

In fairness, the kid in the video does state this favours AIOs a lot more than it does custom blocks, but at an average of 7 degrees given the fluctuations he mentions?
I'd opt for caution rather than pre-ordering. Perhaps his best pal Steve will eventually review it for him.
Calls one of the most famous and experienced extreme overclockers the "Kid in the video" after mentioning some random people that no one has ever heard about. Ha, funny.

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