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post #21 of 32 (permalink) Old 06-23-2020, 09:42 AM
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This should be a decent cooling upgrade for any early blower card adopters. I"m looking @ u AMD. I also expect these to sellout rather quickly.

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This thing looks so bad in current PC building scene. Also, take too much space. Fan mounting is terrible.

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This thing looks so bad in current PC building scene. Also, take too much space. Fan mounting is terrible.
Wut?

If you think it looks terrible, fine, but that's subjective, I personally think it looks pretty good.

Also too much space? Most people are running single GPU ATX builds these days, 3-3.75 slots isn't much to ask for. Heck this cooler is even pretty popular with Ncase M1 users, which is a freaking 12L ITX case and this cooler fits like a glove.



It literally uses that exact same fan mounts as 90% of the air coolers out there, its a standard spring clip. While not the greatest thing ever, it works just fine and it allows for some flexibility in fan mounting location and thickness.

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Man, if that case could fit at least a 160mm cooler and 2 front intake fan's that would be my ideal build.
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Man, if that case could fit at least a 160mm cooler and 2 front intake fan's that would be my ideal build.
You can run 2 side intakes with an NH-C14S or a 240mm rad. Not really much compromise on cooling potential.
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You can run 2 side intakes with an NH-C14S or a 240mm rad. Not really much compromise on cooling potential.
True, but I like the traditional layout with a tower cooler and TG window. Coolermaster is coming out with something close, just no front intake. nr200
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True, but I like the traditional layout with a tower cooler and TG window. Coolermaster is coming out with something close, just no front intake. nr200
Yep, saw that one, looks pretty good for a mainstream attempt at sff. Especially if that $80-100 price point on the accidental amazon listing was correct.

And it looks like the NR200 will support dual 120 top fans, so you could use those as intake insead of front and bottom as exhaust, or visa versa. 155-160mm-ish cooler support as well, so should be pretty competent.
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Do those memory and VRM heatsinks have the problem of "falling off"?

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Do those memory and VRM heatsinks have the problem of "falling off"?
Depends on the install. If you properly clean the heatsink and chip before you install them then they usually stay on. They will fall off before you even get the card installed if you don't clean them properly. Like most things, the failure is usually user error.

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Shame that the cooler is basically the same, but at least there is and option for an aftermarket GPU cooler out there for newer cards (without having to mod your own mounting). Then again, I guess there was not much they could do. Add and extra heatpipe? Change to 8mm heatpipes? Smaller fin stack with more packed fins? Bigger base? The Morpheus II is already big and heavy as it is (without the fans) and you ideally would want a GPU support bracket installed along side it.
The VRM and vram heatsinks are useless most of the time and I doubt it would be any different with this model. Not that they fall off or anything (thermal tape sticks well enough if you clean surfaces properly). If you are changing your cooler this way you may as well get some copper heatsinks.
Many of the better aftermarket heatsinks on top end cards (and these days even on some low high end and top mid tier cards) are already rather beefy. Only the fans are crap, but nothing stops you from changing them to full size case fans.

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