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Question Water block for 3900X. Cant makeup my mind.

Whats a good one out of the four ????? Anyone have good luck with any of these? Thank! =]
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post #2 of 11 (permalink) Old 08-01-2020, 10:36 AM
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I have a raystorm pro on my 2700x, it does a good job.


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Quote: Originally Posted by Wenty View Post
Whats a good one out of the three ????? Anyone have good luck with any of these? Thank! =]
Optimus is the obvious choice there. Heatkiller IV would be the #2 choice of most, is there are a reason you aren't including it? Followed by the Raystorm NEO. No need to consider a #4.

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Optimus is the obvious choice there. Heatkiller IV would be the #2 choice of most, is there are a reason you aren't including it? Followed by the Raystorm NEO. No need to consider a #4.
I just posted what I know. Missed the Heatkiller IV.

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I came from the ek to an optimus on a 3900x the Optimus nets about a 4c lower temp for me


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also consider the bykski TR4/AM4 blocks.

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I have EK supremacy, if I could do it over again I would get an Optimus. Still might later on.

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I mean not only does the Optimus perform amazing over all others, It freaking looks better than the rest too. Not sure what the hesitation is here.

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I mean not only does the Optimus perform amazing over all others, It freaking looks better than the rest too. Not sure what the hesitation is here.
Its ordered already just wanted to get some input before hitting the button.

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