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1. Currently I have AMD Ryzen R5 1600 OC 3.8Ghz (on x470 Strix) which is cooled by Cooler master TPC 600 (fan is Noctua NF12). Planning to jump to 5600x if I find a good deal on Black Friday. Will this cooler be enough for me 5600x? Here are OCCT stress tests on current CPU (room temperature 17C):

OCCT - Power test - 10mn



OCCT - CPU test - 10mn
Data set: Large
Mode: Extreme
Load type: Steady


How much higher temperatures can I expect with 5600x on this cooling configuration?

2. Thinking of replacing Noctua fan, it started to produce a buzzing noise. My first favorite is Be Quiet Silent wings 3 120mm PWM but it has two versions, there are 1450RPM and 2200RPM versions. I read somewhere that 2200RPM version on same RPM gets more louder than 1450RPM version. Which version would you recommend? Will it be better that my current Noctua fan? Any other fan?

3. I OC my R 1600 to 3.8Ghz but with 5600x as far as I am informed I won't need to mess with overclock, no really gain, it is just plug and play?
 

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I have a Cooler Master Hyper T4 (Clip on type), which is almost same as your cooler in performance but does not look half as good. This is paired with a 65W R7 2700 but at 4GHz all core running Cinebench R20 the Power package read from HWINFO64 reaches 146W and this cooler keeps it around 76c. Quite high but gaming it is normally below 60c.

I don't think your 5600X will reach that amount of Power package even oc'ed. You are good. Make sure you got good case air flow.
 

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Stock the 5600X uses only 76W, well below the 90W you are able to pull now. Even with an allcore OC of [email protected] you won`t pull more than 90-100W. Best advice, use curve optimizer and PBO :)
 

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Stock the 5600X uses only 76W, well below the 90W you are able to pull now. Even with an allcore OC of [email protected] you won`t pull more than 90-100W. Best advice, use curve optimizer and PBO :)
Fo sho. My 12 core only went up to 157W at an all-core oc of 4.7GHz in Cine R23.

Nice oc on the RAM.
 

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Fo sho. My 12 core only went up to 157W at an all-core oc of 4.7GHz in Cine R23.

Nice oc on the RAM.
Yeah, it`s actually quite hard to get the 5600X to use more than 100W. Only time I ever did was when trying [email protected], but then I got thermal throttling.
 
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Thanks you all for answering, you solved my CPU questions. I forgot to ask will VRM (I believe it is 6 + 4 phase - IR3555 ) of my X470 Strix be enough but since you mentioned that 5600x is not a big power consumer that also shouldn't be a problem:)

So only fan question remain. Those Silent wings 3 seems like a best bet. What versions would you recommend 1450RPM or 2200RPM? I am leaning towards 1450RPM version. I tried to look some other fans (Phanteks,...) but none of them don't have this good noise level/air pressure ratio.
 

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Thanks you all for answering, you solved my CPU questions. I forgot to ask will VRM (I believe it is 6 + 4 phase - IR3555 ) of my X470 Strix be enough but since you mentioned that 5600x is not a big power consumer that also shouldn't be a problem
it won't have issues, its plenty enough to even upgrade to a 5800x and max it out..its an 4+2 phase actual (8+2 teamed power stage design)
 
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