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post #11 of 15 (permalink) Old 10-09-2019, 10:19 AM - Thread Starter
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The 9600k was maxing in the mid 60s. the 8700k gets to about 73c running R15. normal use or gaming neither get over 63c
And thats with +-5Ghz? Wow
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The 9600k was maxing in the mid 60s. the 8700k gets to about 73c running R15. normal use or gaming neither get over 63c

After some digging around, this might be what i need, how was the installation? i reckon its cheap cause of low quality heat pipes that can easily be broken


Also found it on Amazon, News egg doesn't have it on stock and its not worth buying anything from them, for me because they charge a lot for the shipping and the VAT(I live in Israel) https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...VCRPTZ06&psc=1

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Under what kind of stress? If you're talking about regular use (gaming, browsing, etc.), then your Hyper 212 will probably allow for temperatures into the low 80's while gaming. Depends on the airflow and fans on the cooler. I have an i9-9900KF in an FTZ01-E with a Big Shuriken 3. My temperatures spike in the low 80's during gaming. The i7-9700K would be easier to cool.

I would recommend trying things out with your current cooler and upgrading if you aren't satisfied with the temperatures.

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Under what kind of stress? If you're talking about regular use (gaming, browsing, etc.), then your Hyper 212 will probably allow for temperatures into the low 80's while gaming. Depends on the airflow and fans on the cooler. I have an i9-9900KF in an FTZ01-E with a Big Shuriken 3. My temperatures spike in the low 80's during gaming. The i7-9700K would be easier to cool.

I would recommend trying things out with your current cooler and upgrading if you aren't satisfied with the temperatures.

Yeah, you're right, i wanted to see from other people's experiences to understand if my cooling might be enough or not all enough and i should replace it before even starting the CPU if see what i mean.
At first i thought im gonna need AIO cooling for OCing hid end CPUs like these and personally Im not fancy the idea of water in a electronics system no matter how closed/sealed. Also its more expensive then air coolers but actually not more effective(
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The stress would be under gaming on 5Ghz mainly, what freq you have on those temps?
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After some digging around, this might be what i need, how was the installation? i reckon its cheap cause of low quality heat pipes that can easily be broken


Also found it on Amazon, News egg doesn't have it on stock and its not worth buying anything from them, for me because they charge a lot for the shipping and the VAT(I live in Israel) https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...VCRPTZ06&psc=1

The only Issue i have had was one of the 3 had a fan that was a little off balance and the Blue led's didn't go with the build colors so cut all the wires on the fan's Led's. As for the install it's pretty easy
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