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02-25-2018 01:26 PM
AlphaC I hate posting in a row but Computerbase put up a review of the AMD Wraith Max that shows how bad it is for the money. For the price you can buy an LED strip and light up your case or opt for Phanteks Halos frames for the exhausts.

https://www.computerbase.de/2018-01/...en_cpukuehlern
Attachment 95585

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http://www.funkykit.com/reviews/cool...oler-review/4/
Prime95 version isn't specified but NH-D15 keeps it under 65° with 1050RPM fan speed

https://techbuyersguru.com/ryzen-120...-people?page=5
175W load Ryzen 7 1700 @ 3.8GHz / 1.27V CPU-Z stress test
Attachment 114545
Attachment 114561
200W load Ryzen 7 1700 @ 3.8GHz / Prime95 Small FFT
Attachment 114553

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https://www.hardocp.com/article/2018...u_air_cooler/3
Attachment 114569
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Testing will be done on our Ryzen 7 1700 processor overclocked to 3.9 GHz at 1.475 volts. This represents a very high wattage load. The software used for testing will be Prime95 v29.3 with SmallFFTs for the CPU load.
with GPu on Furmark , h7 fails
Attachment 114585


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Dark Rock 4 on Ryzen
Attachment 160745
https://www.bit-tech.net/reviews/be-...ck-4-review/2/

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Dark rock 4 on overclocked Ryzen 7 (seems to be only NH-U12S level due to the low fan speed)
https://www.hardocp.com/article/2018...ooler_review/3

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Wraith Prism

https://www.computerbase.de/2018-05/...halldruckpegel

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Attachment 185561
NH-D14 with NF-A15 (and NF-A12 fan)
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Attachment 187833

http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...lright-ARO-M14


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http://blog.livedoor.jp/wisteriear/a...071057827.html


R7 2700X + NH-U12S


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Deepcool Fryzen
https://quasarzone.co.kr/bbs/board.p...=182361&page=2


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Coolermaster Hyper 212 Black edition (120mm fan spins up to 2000RPM)
Attachment 250836
http://greentechreviews.ru/2018/11/3...black-edition/


Kotetsu Mark II TUF edition (120mm fan spins up to 1200RPM)
Attachment 250838
http://greentechreviews.ru/2019/01/2...ng-alliance/3/
01-11-2018 10:54 PM
AlphaC overclocked ryzen 7 1700X with reference fan Noctua NF-F12 (3.8GHz @ 1.35V , just under 230W from socket)


overclocked Ryzen 7 1700x (3.8GHz @ 1.35V), out of the box fan



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A look at the temperatures of the voltage converter on the motherboard shows what the speed advantage leads: With overclocked CPU reads the motherboard with the Kotetsu Mark II well over 90 ° C on the voltage transformers - under the True Spirit 120 Direct with his compared to the fan small radiator reach the VRMs but only 78 ° C. The comparatively small coolers already act so strongly in the limit range for these measurements that at the end the ventilation of the voltage transformers and the resulting heating of the mainboard influence the results of the CPU temperature.
non overclocked (Click to show)






https://www.computerbase.de/2017-12/cpu-kuehler-test-tower-round-up/4/#diagramm-temperaturdifferenz-cpu-zu-raum-mit-serienluefter-1200-u-min

Testbed: MSI X370 XPower Gaming Titanium , 2 × 8 GB G.Skill FlareX DDR4-3200 , Asus R9 285 Strix (semipassiv) , SanDisk Extreme Pro 480 GB , be quiet! Dark Power Pro 11 850 Watt , Thermaltake F51 Suppressor


Ryzen 5 1600 results:
NH-D15 = 53.7
Arctic freezer 33 esports ONE = 57
Arctic Freezer 33 Plus = 57.2
Alpenfohn Brocken 3 = 58.7
Scythe Kotetsu Mark II = 59
Raijintek LETO = 59.1
NH-L12S = 63.4
http://www.mod-your-case.de/index.php?forum2-showposts2-1729 , http://www.mod-your-case.de/index.php?forum2-showposts2-1721
01-04-2018 04:32 PM
2overclock
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Originally Posted by poah View Post

that's pretty high for 3.8.

3.9 but when I play bf1 i see it boost to 4+ ghz
01-04-2018 01:37 AM
poah
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Originally Posted by 2overclock View Post

actually i just checked my bios, the vcore is set to 1.40

that's pretty high for 3.8.
01-03-2018 12:20 PM
2overclock actually i just checked my bios, the vcore is set to 1.40
01-03-2018 06:35 AM
2overclock
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Originally Posted by poah View Post

I can't get more than 1.4v off my msi tomahawk. My gpu and cpu are watercooled. You'll need something to cool your vrms if you water cool. Probably cheaper buying a 370 board with better/more vrms

I thought of a x370 mobo but meeh i was thinking of using this http://koolance.com/mvr-100-motherboard-vreg-water-block to cool off the vrms
01-02-2018 03:55 PM
warpuck A Cooler Master 612 R2 should have what it takes. IF you can Find a AM4 bracket for it. Does Ok with a [email protected] 4.5Ghz Or a Crosshair. I have been considering getting Crosshair because any thing that can cool a OC'd FX 8350 should handle a Ryzen.

https://www.asus.com/us/Motherboards/ROG-CROSSHAIR-VI-HERO/
01-02-2018 03:17 PM
poah
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Originally Posted by 2overclock View Post


it's fine, I have a fire extinguisher next to the pc lol, temps are pretty good considering the high vcore, I will be modifying the vcore as i am going to watercool this pc + gpu, i was even considering getting a block for the vrm/mosfets.


I can't get more than 1.4v off my msi tomahawk. My gpu and cpu are watercooled. You'll need something to cool your vrms if you water cool. Probably cheaper buying a 370 board with better/more vrms
01-02-2018 02:39 PM
2overclock
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Originally Posted by doyll View Post

Here is NF-A12 iPPC 3000rpm at 5v and up
https://youtu.be/ThsuBvPkGcc?t=36

Here is TY-147A at 1100rpm .. and I keep mine about 200rpm slower. wink.gif
https://youtu.be/JVBat5ELesc?t=112

Here is PH-F140SP at full speed 1200rpm
https://youtu.be/AjfvtAdCoS8?t=156

Here is NF-A15 at 1300rpm
https://youtu.be/_yZT0BYqS_g?t=87

Here is PH-F140HP_II (same as PH-F140MP in round housing vs MP square) at 1100rpm
https://youtu.be/q8kQPpJxRqk?t=82

Admittedly the sound quality is not all that ideal / accurate, but at least it gives us an idea of how they sound.

yeah it sounds like my fan lol
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Originally Posted by poah View Post

1.5v - you wanting to kill to your chip and mobo? what are your motherboard temps running that?

it's fine, I have a fire extinguisher next to the pc lol, temps are pretty good considering the high vcore, I will be modifying the vcore as i am going to watercool this pc + gpu, i was even considering getting a block for the vrm/mosfets.
01-02-2018 12:54 PM
doyll
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Originally Posted by poah View Post

use google and find the reviews if you are that interested in "tests". pretty easy to find.
So now we see the truth.
All talk
No actual knowledge

No supporting data
Will not do what you expected others to do when they disagreed with you

Just lots of talk and double standards. tongue.gif
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