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post #11 of 19 (permalink) Old 08-16-2019, 02:41 PM
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We all are waiting for ryzen 3000 cpu blocks. My eyes are on heatkiller and optimus water cooling.
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In case you didn't know, the Nexxos ST30 version v2 (see https://www.performance-pcs.com/alph...Specifications) has quality of life improvements (it sits flush with case for example, comes with keyed stop plugs, and has new fin design with lower 12FPI) but performance hasn't been verified. There's claims that the serrated fin design is going to improve performance, but keep in mind the FPI dropped from 16 to 12.

It should be what you ordered because $76 for the old 16FPI one is quite a bit pricey when you can get a XSPC TX360 20mm thickness with 22FPI for $52 or a HWLabs Nemesis GTS 360 with 16FPI for ~$63 (it's a bit wide at 133mm , high flow restriction but not an issue with D5) as well if it's in stock. Of course the recently released EKWB SE Classic & Swiftech Hydrae GT slim radiators also come with 16FPI and 14 FPI respectively though the thermal performance also hasn't been verified.

https://www.performance-pcs.com/xspc...-radiator.html

www.performance-pcs.com/black-ice-nemesis-360gts-ultra-stealth-u-flow-low-profile-radiator-black-carbon.html

Even if you tacked on $15 shipping you'd still be ahead.


If you can get a discount from ModMyMods for ordering such a large order you should try to. If everything other than the radiator fits in a USPS large flat rate box it is 2 days US48 shipping for <$20. The radiator should fit in USPS Large Flat Rate Board Game Box.

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Yep I ordered the V2 rad. It was normally $95 on their site. They just started their anniversary sale today and also have up to 20% off Alphacool products. I picked up the Aquacomputer PWM D5 to power the loop. Shipping was a bit up there but I think it's because I added in 2L of fluid. I looked into the Mayhem's X1 concentrates and it was confusing. The packages say 250ml to 750ml of DI water. But apparently all over various forums, the product pages on storefronts, etc. they say 125ml to 875ml of DI and you actually get 2L out of the bottle. I didn't want to choose wrong then be stuck waiting for another shipment from somewhere so I decided at this point what was an extra 10-15 bucks and just ordered 2L of premixed fluid.

Quote: Originally Posted by AlphaC View Post
In case you didn't know, the Nexxos ST30 version v2 (see https://www.performance-pcs.com/alph...Specifications) has quality of life improvements (it sits flush with case for example, comes with keyed stop plugs, and has new fin design with lower 12FPI) but performance hasn't been verified. There's claims that the serrated fin design is going to improve performance, but keep in mind the FPI dropped from 16 to 12.

It should be what you ordered because $76 for the old 16FPI one is quite a bit pricey when you can get a XSPC TX360 20mm thickness with 22FPI for $52 or a HWLabs Nemesis GTS 360 with 16FPI for ~$63 (it's a bit wide at 133mm , high flow restriction but not an issue with D5) as well if it's in stock. Of course the recently released EKWB SE Classic & Swiftech Hydrae GT slim radiators also come with 16FPI and 14 FPI respectively though the thermal performance also hasn't been verified.

https://www.performance-pcs.com/xspc...-radiator.html

www.performance-pcs.com/black-ice-nemesis-360gts-ultra-stealth-u-flow-low-profile-radiator-black-carbon.html

Even if you tacked on $15 shipping you'd still be ahead.


If you can get a discount from ModMyMods for ordering such a large order you should try to. If everything other than the radiator fits in a USPS large flat rate box it is 2 days US48 shipping for <$20. The radiator should fit in USPS Large Flat Rate Board Game Box.

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Oh, forgot to mention, I chose UPS for shipping. They just tend to be better for me especially with paying attention to where I ask packages to be left so they don't walk off before I get home. USPS, Fedex, and Amazon is always a huge gamble there.

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Quote: Originally Posted by AlphaC View Post
In case you didn't know, the Nexxos ST30 version v2 (see https://www.performance-pcs.com/alph...Specifications) has quality of life improvements (it sits flush with case for example, comes with keyed stop plugs, and has new fin design with lower 12FPI)
ST30 V.2 - 15 FPI

https://www.alphacool.com/shop/radia...m-radiator-v.2
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Well that's confusing, the main narrative says 15, the detailed specs "tab" says 12.

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Well that's confusing, the main narrative says 15, the detailed specs "tab" says 12.
I have a ST30 Full Copper 420mm V.2 and I can check. I will inform you later.

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Ah means XT45 v2 is the only one with 12 FPI probably they copy pasted it wrong. Nevermind then.


In their introduction video only 12FPI was mentioned
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Hi there

Personally I have tried like Heatkiller IV and EK Supermacy EVO and Aquacomputer Kryos NEXT Vision and Aquacomputer Kryos HF on my loop with 5960x with 4.7GHz OC

EK Supermacy EVO not sure if I would recommend this one,on my 5960x with 4.7GHz OC has run hotter by 7-8°C on PKG under load in rendering or in OCCT 4.4.2 or Asus Realbench than Aquacomputer Kryos HF which is pretty old CPU waterblock and what I liked on this block how heavy is Aquacomputer Kryos HF

Heatkiller IV I would say it have been on par with my Aquacomputer Kryos HF and in many cases I would say it outperformed by 1-2°C

Currently using Aquacomputer Kryos NEXT Vision and temperatures I would say are same or very similar what I have seen on Kryos HF, my one is acetal copper version and no issues to report, although would rather prefer full copper one or PVD etc which I think are heavier similar like Kryos HF but that's me

EK Supermacy have been pretty close to my old Noctua NH-D15 in temperatures

Hope this helps

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