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post #871 of 900 (permalink) Old 09-07-2019, 02:43 PM
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Saw this linked elsewhere , not sure how credible it is:
https://twitter.com/HardwareSci/stat...28680562229248


95W heat load seems proper but 185W result is off


edit: test regime seems to be a Z390 series Maximus Hero board, Fractal design S2 case with 2 front intake and 1 exhaust, MSI Gaming X GPU of some sort.

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Saw this linked elsewhere , not sure how credible it is:
https://twitter.com/HardwareSci/stat...28680562229248


95W heat load seems proper but 185W result is off


edit: test regime seems to be a Z390 series Maximus Hero board, Fractal design S2 case with 2 front intake and 1 exhaust, MSI Gaming X GPU of some sort.
That guy is a complete clown show - https://www.overclock.net/forum/246-...l#post28109080

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That guy is a complete clown show - https://www.overclock.net/forum/246-...l#post28109080
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Doesn't take a rocket scientist to know 212 with 4x 6mm heatpipes w/120mm fan cannot cool betterh than TRUE Spirit 140 Power with 6x 8mm heatpipes 2/ 140mm fan.

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Welcome home little one One more to my collection. Now looking for Archon I-BE x2 and Thermalright Ultra 120 Extreme Cu


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Anyone put this into a Fractal R4 case? Max CPU clearance for this case is 170 and the cooler is 171 so I hope it fits lol.
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Anyone put this into a Fractal R4 case? Max CPU clearance for this case is 170 and the cooler is 171 so I hope it fits lol.
The R4 can fit taller heatsinks, even if the manufacturer says 170, imo it can fit close to 190mm or more, when i installed the HR02 there was a lot of space left still.

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Anyone put this into a Fractal R4 case? Max CPU clearance for this case is 170 and the cooler is 171 so I hope it fits lol.
What Abula said. ,

TRUE Spirit 140 Power fits nicely in Fractal R4, but I don't think there is 20mm clearance.

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I have on in an R4, fits great. Definitely not 20mm left over.

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I was thinking about how to place the cooler: if vertical or horizontal... because i have a 2700X and the die is placed "vertical" when looking at the mobo, so if i install the cooler in the vertical position the hotspot on the IHS is touching only the 2 inner heatpipes. I know it's not direct die with direct touch HPs and the IHS and the colplate dissipate and spread the heat to more surface.... but anyway did anyone tried if you set it horizontally so the HPs are placed in a "crossed" way with the die and more get in touch.

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