I have one on my 3900x with a 5700XT in the loop.
cryorig CP7 or noctua NH-T1
kryonaut is not easy to use compared to others. It is quite a thick paste and no better than other good pastes in...
plenty of room I'd say so long as you don't have any drive bays. You want the pipes to be at the top anyway do you not so they are at the highest...
how much warm air is it actually blowing?
That's what I have (newer model). Think I only paid £55 for it
how are you running your 3900x. totally stock; PBO enables; overclock?
waste of money going push pull on an aio
its just resonance - pretty normal.
yip way over priced.
That's their watercooled card with a rad and a AIO pump etc
link to review?
Same input as yours
butt ugly TBH
5700xt @ 2300/1860 (2230 average )
both are different sizes and have different FPI so will react differently to fan speeds.
XE has 16fpi (60mm thick) the PE has 19fpi (40mm...
given the cost these are likely to be do you really think there is any competition?
better off with a HWL nemesis rad than an EK one.
nonsense - you're over estimating the amount of heat that gets dumped by a radiator. exhaust will make the cpu hotter because of the hot air in...
nope, don't have too. just look at the results online to see it isn't the best. there is a test just a few posts back for starters
EK is not the best lol
I have a Bykski CPU-XPR-AM-V2 block (£60) and I get 67C running R20 loops with my D5 set to 40% and my P12 fans running...
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