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AMD recommends CLC for its Ryzen CPUs

https://www.amd.com/en/processors/39...rmal-solutions

Note air coolers among those recommended. It makes sense since those air coolers have water inside their heatpipes. Lol.

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...what air cooler has water in the heatpipes?

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Quote: Originally Posted by lb_felipe View Post
https://www.amd.com/en/processors/39...rmal-solutions

Note air coolers among those recommended. It makes sense since those air coolers have water inside their heatpipes. Lol.
lol thats not how heatpipes work
https://www.1-act.com/resources/heat-pipe-resources/


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I meant liquid inside them.

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AMD has done this forever. Did the same when Bulldozer was released. Even sent CLCs with the first round of review samples. And....I got better temps and a higher OC with a mid-range Cooler Master V6 GT than the CLC they provided.

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So any air cooler that is the equivalent to a D15 will work.. crazy. They probably recommend it because of the silent computing fad, or they don’t want to see people putting snowman’s on their processors.

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AMD has done this forever. Did the same when Bulldozer was released. Even sent CLCs with the first round of review samples. And....I got better temps and a higher OC with a mid-range Cooler Master V6 GT than the CLC they provided.
Do you think an NH-U12A is plenty enough to cool a Ryzen 9 3900XT, with arguably clock boost without throttling, inside a Phanteks P600S (with sound panels) in a 25 degrees Celsius ambient room?

https://www.cybenetics.com/index.php...ases&manfID=83

With Sound Panels: ftp://members.cybenetics.report/PDF_...netics_XUm.pdf

Without Sound Panels: ftp://members.cybenetics.report/PDF_...netics_PBY.pdf

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if it can handle a 3900X then surely it can handle an XT.

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this is all crap just like memory qvl, they never test all coolers around i have a 3700X now and had 1600X/2600/2600X before, used arctic 33/arctic 34 /cryorig H5 ultimate / NH D-15 (one fan) and the results diferences are so small that i dont understand why this!
if people want silent system use pure WC not crap aio or choose good air coolers
there are a lot of bad cases around, bad airflow as now all it is good is rbg and glass all over, i use a FT-02 for years and best air case ever, never had problems with cpus or gpus burning in hell flames !!

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if people want silent system use pure WC not crap aio or choose good air coolers
except the arctic cooler freezer II 280/360's cool better and are quieter than air coolers
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