Best CPU Coolers For You. Also not everyone really hears pump noise, some one might not hear anything but I hear that really piercing high pitch always. [–]bitch_fitching 5 points6 points7 points 9 months ago (0 children). [–]aSc4rYGh0sT 15 points16 points17 points 9 months ago (1 child). Because what do you do with that? Asking if a heatpipe fails is...well, it's kind of like asking "any data on the failure rate of cases"? Posts should be about hardware news, reviews, technical discussion or how-tos and buyers guides. In general, among the best are Noctua NF-A12x25, beQuiet SilentWings 3, and with some caveats Noiseblocker eLoop fans (if you place an airflow restriction in front of them, they get noisy due to the blade design, so you can only use them as push not pull fans) and EK Vardars or Darkside Gentle Typhoons (both have ball bearings which produce a high-ish pitched whine). As hardware enthusiasts, we’re often faced with some sort of compromise when decisions must be made around the purchase of specific components, although the Pure Rock 2 keeps those to a minimum. AMD Ryzen 7 Air vs. It can make a big difference in temperatures, noise and performance -- particularly if you're overclocking. Best PC Cases [–]Atemu12 3 points4 points5 points 9 months ago (0 children). [–]-protonsandneutrons- 4 points5 points6 points 9 months ago (1 child). (Could be the "5 GHz at 1.4something V". Huge heatsinks also look cool as hell. I.e. Liquid Cooling Performance Testing Posted by Brian Nyhuis | Mon, May 01, 2017 - 12:00 PM Jump To: Page 1: Ryzen CPU Cooler vs. Basically, you need to position the AIO such that the highest point of the radiator is higher than all of the tubing and the pump block itself. RAM temps also typically benefit. Interesting. So you don't really want to give praise for that because then it's just doing its job. Considering the CLC 360 is at or near the top of GN's charts, I'd expect the Arctic to easily be number 1. They absolutely will. A year ago Linus the twat he is put out a video saying AIO are useless and everyone should use AIR. [–]spazdep 5 points6 points7 points 9 months ago (0 children). Things like the Corsair H100 are examples of these, So that Aurora allows you to swap stuff out. It's always good to know stuff like this. [–]Luxurious_Foam 6 points7 points8 points 9 months ago (10 children). [+]Sour_Octopus comment score below threshold-7 points-6 points-5 points 9 months ago (0 children). Do NOT editorialize the title of the submission (minor changes for clarity may be acceptable). Would this results hold true inside a case? [+]Naekyr comment score below threshold-28 points-27 points-26 points 9 months ago (3 children). Compatible … As far as I know heat pipes don't fail. The most common failure will be pump failure, but even that isn't that common. Use of this site constitutes acceptance of our User Agreement and Privacy Policy. Anything can fail, but will you even notice? Wouldn't that problem get exaggerated behind a panel/mesh? there is replacement of all the pieces, Pairing that thermal performance with low noise makes it our choice for air-cooling big CPUs, with great looks and easy installation qualifying as bonuses. I'd be interested to see statistics on AIO & fans failure rates, like there are for hard drives. [–]Mr_Golf_Club 2 points3 points4 points 9 months ago (0 children), My Noctua NH-L9x65 fan is by far the quietest cooler I’ve had yet, keeps my i7 in fine temps, and this made a fantastic option for my mini towers that fit perfectly next to the RAM mounts, [–]re_error 2 points3 points4 points 9 months ago* (3 children). Again, the liquid cooled GPU did not have to run the fans on 100% and yet it remained cool and the stable overclock brought a 20% increase in performance. but the one that I have if they can be changed. [–]Luxurious_Foam 3 points4 points5 points 9 months ago (1 child). True but... let's just say that by the time the heatpipe bursts, the pump has 4 life cycles behind it and the liquid is full of algae. Intel CPUs flat out don't care and a 25 to 50 Mhz boost difference on Ryzen might be measurable, but is still functionally equivalent. I guess a lot of ppl dont have that knowledge, [–]Luxurious_Foam 0 points1 point2 points 8 months ago (0 children). If you're just trying to save fan wear it's not worth it. I've been using it for about 1.5 years. Wish they would do a test replacing the fans on the aio with the a12x25. This is something I think needed to be explored, and I wouldn't trust anyone other than GN to do it right. Enough bloatware everywhere, esp. [–]derider -3 points-2 points-1 points 9 months ago (6 children). And without even touching the scaling for price. My guess is that he think the test favours air coolers. While air coolers dissipate heat by using direct contact between heat pipes and processor, All-In-One (AIO) coolers use a coolant to transfer the heat from a processor to radiator. Not really, but I had people come to me with failed AIOs that were only 1-2 year old. One of the few out there I take their word on, Edit: I realize eventually they will fail but I doubt it's anything you have to worry about, [–]-protonsandneutrons- 19 points20 points21 points 9 months ago (27 children). [–]geniice 5 points6 points7 points 9 months ago (1 child). TPU reviewed this unit at 45$ US, while GN showed premium noctua models up to 90$, and liquid coolers up to 160 in my skimming of the video. I'm tired of transcribing, but he goes onto to say there are more failure points than just the pump: you've got permeation, corrosion if the wrong metals, percentage of glycol, etc. A cpu will run the same whether at 20C or ~85C, so I don't see how it really matters. Remember, the sintering application process itself only works at 800 C in a copper heat pipe. It offers exceptional performance. That’s the only liquid cooling that will guarantee very low temps over an extended period. [–]anexanhume 74 points75 points76 points 9 months ago (82 children). The only thing that matters in the efficiency of cpu cooling is the size of the heatsink, which is the limiting step in how efficent the heat exchange is with the air. Feels like most people don’t know this and then complain about extreme amounts of pump noise that shouldn’t exist when used properly. ;) Depending on the needs - you pick what suits you best. A lot of times a bigger AIO cooler will need to be front mounted and depending on your case the tubing won't always be long enough to mount with the tubing at the bottom. I've been using it ever since, also using it right now. [–]Seanspeed 4 points5 points6 points 9 months ago (0 children), [–]fey168 0 points1 point2 points 9 months ago (0 children). [–]fiah84 3 points4 points5 points 9 months ago (2 children), the target audience who I assume are gamers who overclock should be thinking about how to cool their GPUs, not CPUs. why is swiftech water cooler included here ? I was looking at AIOs in terms of ecological waste as well, but even air coolers can't last forever in regards to compatibility. If they're good and in a good build, AIO CLCs work well. If price is your concern in this battle, then water cooling vs air cooling isn’t even a competition. I had to replace the fans about a year ago. Nothing too surprising. My h100i is 8 years old and still working like the day I bought it. Don't quote me until/unless I find the link. My completely unscientific observations are that I'm getting 5-10c better temps while stress testing my 9900kf (5.0 ghz at 1.325v). Not really. Thank God, no. [–]re_error 1 point2 points3 points 9 months ago (0 children). OC running a 9900K(S) can be 200 MHz higher with a custom loop vs high end air cooling even if you aren't running into thermal throttling territory, just because OC stability decreases with higher temperatures. it’s not unreasonable to replace a cooler once every 6-7 years. Those pumps can’t pass water fast enough or in large quantities as truly needed for extended use. don't attempt to saw your heat pipes and don't buy bad cooler with bad heatpipes. [–]deegwaren 5 points6 points7 points 9 months ago (0 children). You could throw the same fans on the air cooler too for that comparison. Also, my 1080ti is over here at like 45c under full load, so that's pretty nice. Air Cooling vs. Note that DeepCool's AS500 is also an excellent alternative for those who don't quite have the room or the budget for a true big air cooler. I don't want to rag on this particular video, but what it fails to consider is how garbage the included fans on CLC's are and that when you stick the AIO in the case, you're introducing further airflow restrictions. But, in terms of aesthetics, I still prefer the AIO solution. Big air coolers tend to take up more internal space in your PC case, particularly when it comes to vertical clearance off your best motherboard. Problem with this is that it is not always possible. But then again I'm not overclocking anymore. Currently I'm still rocking H80i for cooling my i7-4770 from 2014 back then. I replaced it because I didn’t have AM4 mounting hardware, and I knew it was probably about worn out. Best CPU Cooling A Ryzen 3700X has 88W PPT at stock and the lowest GN test is 123W with differences already being miniscule. On some subs you can still get crucified for suggesting a 240mm CLC when it fact here, it does seem to objectively be a good purchase in some instances. Also added to the original comment, but realized there are no edit notifications: That's much better than most hard drives, i.e., more reliable than any single hard drive tested by Backblaze. For the handful of coolers tested, perhaps. Thats plasma. The Cooler Master MasterAir MA410M is our pick for an excellent performing mid-size air cooler, especially considering the aggressively designed exterior shell and the inclusion of addressable RGB lighting from within the cooling tower itself. Why would you care if your max. You, young PC Padawan, are now a desktop Jedi. [–]wankthisway 12 points13 points14 points 9 months ago (5 children). Future US, Inc. 11 West 42nd Street, 15th Floor, Unlike air cooling, where setup consists of plugging in a fan, water cooling is very complex. [–]-protonsandneutrons- 4 points5 points6 points 9 months ago* (0 children). Under those condtions, you need to report GPU benchmark results, not temperature. There is a graph on top of the page but comparing two fans that way is a PITA compared to the old site. I think the main selling point with traditional tower heatsinks is that once they are installed they are trouble free. Best Power Supplies. Their results are incredibly weird. The performance is still pretty much the same as new. No worries. True, I was fully expecting 280 CLC to beat a nh-d15 but the noise levels are better than I thought on the liquid side. I know this corsair is one day going to wear out, even if it is 4 or 5 years out. Even more amazing is that it does so with roughly the same noise profile, making the Scythe Fuma a fearsome offering in that it doesn't sacrifice a low-noise operation for its exceptional price-to-performance ratio. I keep the massive bulky noctua on my dedicated server tucked away. With products like the FUMA around, I have to wonder if AiOs (especially larger 240mm or 360mm models) make sense at all outside of itx builds (or hobbyists wanting supreme performance). This includes both posts and comments. [+]87gsodfybsdfhvgbkdfh comment score below threshold-8 points-7 points-6 points 9 months ago (1 child). ;), [–]ASuarezMascareno 1 point2 points3 points 9 months ago (6 children). My take on it is either air or custom loop. [–]wankthisway 7 points8 points9 points 9 months ago (0 children). Heat cycling (i.e., expansion) of copper is also nothing. The best air cooler vs. the best liquid cooler – analyzed, benchmarked, noise and temperatures tested, and final winner(s?) As exhaust, they send the CPU heat straight out. How do you find building in the SFF? Replaced it with NH-D15 few months ago because I started to get scared of Kühler breaking down. http://thermalbench.com/category/fans/ and http://www.coolingtechnique.com/recensioni/air-cooling/ventole.html are both sadly inactive sites, but they did a lot of fan testing with a good methodology. The "hot" air coming off a front mounted AIO is nowhere near the CPU temperature when the system is under load - typically it's only a few degrees above ambient temperature. However, it’s relatively expensive. [–]kaustix2 7 points8 points9 points 9 months ago (1 child). You want the best CPU cooler you can get, whether you’re aiming for  world-record overclocks or just a PC that doesn’t get loud under load. I just don't trust an AIO to run 24/7 . Former is easier to avoid and latter is indistinguishable from poor performance. [–]Luxurious_Foam 0 points1 point2 points 8 months ago (2 children), He just mentioned it again in his most recent teardown video of the Arctic Liquid Freezer 2 around 13:20, [–]mytommy 0 points1 point2 points 8 months ago (1 child), thats strange, ive never seen a build before with the tubes at the bottom, always at the top when the rad is mounted vertically. And now this man just ended Linus' career, [–]kryish 8 points9 points10 points 9 months ago (2 children), [+]Naekyr comment score below threshold-12 points-11 points-10 points 9 months ago (1 child), it's a meme/joke "I'm about to end this whole man's career" The most common one is supercritical CO2 which is a really good solvent (but something of a pain to work with): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Supercritical_carbon_dioxide, [–]kuddlesworth9419 6 points7 points8 points 9 months ago* (0 children). All that said and we get to the point in favor of air coolers. Is there any data on the failure rate of heat tubes? I think it goes custom loop > tower > AIO in aesthetics, for me. Ah damn, these even more terminology I'm missing I guess. [–]ASuarezMascareno 21 points22 points23 points 9 months ago (1 child). /r/hardware is not the place to come for help of any kind. $68/yr is a NH-D15 every year and a half, or the difference between a 2060 and a 2070 Super if you upgrade every 3 years. Can't even imagine why this important fact is entirely omitted from the article... Err where are the cooling performance comparisons.. is this an opinion or marketing piece? Oh sorry, I meant the first part; being able to set the fan speed based on the heat conductor's temperature. I thought you said that AIOs can't change components. In any way. The way for heat pipes to fail is either catastrophic breach or fabrication error. [–]fiah84 1 point2 points3 points 9 months ago* (0 children), depends 100% on where the cooler gets its air from. [–]Luxurious_Foam -1 points0 points1 point 9 months ago (3 children). However, liquid cooling a PC can also be dangerous if water leaks onto hardware. My NH-d14 is 10 years old with stock fans - still running like a champ after several builds. That video clarified a long asked question and I'm thankful for it. The Aurora 280 is an AIO, but with replaceable parts; that's like the 2nd system above. If you disable password on wake it takes 6 seconds to wake. I can replace a failing/ticking fan on an air cooler (and might even improve the characteristics depending on the model), good luck getting a pump replaced in an AIO out of warranty. No submissions to crowdfunding sites or ongoing campaigns. [–]UlrikHD -3 points-2 points-1 points 9 months ago (20 children). The radiator is already fairly restrictive, but when you mount the rad in the case, you're adding more restrictions (dust filters, mesh, big ass glass/plastic front panel) that the included, usually garbage* fans on the AIO needs to push/pull air through, on top of the existing airflow restriction of the rad. [–]-protonsandneutrons- 5 points6 points7 points 9 months ago (1 child). AIO cooling is a form of liquid cooling where it contains pressurized coolant inside of the loop. This method transfers heat away from the CPU via the coolant, and the … excuse my English . Say 5 hour gaming session with fans at max. Failure rates: same, would be very curious. For mainstream builds, your exact cooler choice is pretty irrelevant as long as it's a decent cooler. I like the look of the towers more too. A greeting and thanks for your answer. [–]geniice 4 points5 points6 points 9 months ago (3 children). My antec Kühler 620 has been running for 9 years now. I use an H80i V2 (49mm rad + 2x120mm) because 1) it was on sale for $60 and 2) a properly sized CPU heatsink (an i5-8600K) would've tipped over my 9" tall case, lmao. This fans also never spin at 100%. The Enermax Liqtech 240 TR4 unit will make for a more suitable air vs. liquid comparison versus the Noctua NH-U14S TR4 unit and, although liquid is … Not really, but if you're overclocking, then a CPU that keeps you at 89C while stress testing is better than one that keeps you at 94C, imo. [–]mytommy 0 points1 point2 points 9 months ago (4 children), do u have a video link where he explains this, [–]Luxurious_Foam 0 points1 point2 points 9 months ago (0 children). Can't go wrong with a massive fucking rock, even if the fans fail. Or the default Ryzen coolers. It is a scenario of no gpu/gpu load and open bench though so we know AIOs are better then but the video doesn't say how case, gpu load, rad top or front affect the comparison (+ how GPU temps change). It cost me 45 € originally. Nice. I never liked AIOs. It annoys me when systems constantly spool their fans up and down any time there's a load spike. You know what, that's probably true. Liquid cooling? This includes tech support and PC building questions. [–]TrikkStar 24 points25 points26 points 9 months ago (3 children). I would say 1cm more space at either place would fit 99% of radiators/fan combos, and I doubt most ppl would notice that extra size. But I've not seen 3-5 years for every AIO as some "blanket" rule. You guys are slipping. I reach 49c on my 1080 Ti with a Morpheus cooler and two ML120 fans. I got the 360 AIO cooler, it works like a charm. For Threadripper air cooling, this cooler checks all the boxes for enthusiasts and overclockers alike. Then noise normalization becomes more fair and we can get a better idea into how these coolers operate with similar airflow characteristics. You never need to think about them or worry about replacing them. That puts dilemma only to personal preference and case mounting possibilities. [–]wankthisway 53 points54 points55 points 9 months ago (70 children). Kraken x62 still going strong, I see. If you’re tight on budget, you will have to go for an air CPU cooler. [–]some_craic_dealer 0 points1 point2 points 9 months ago (2 children). Best Memory Spam and self promotion are not allowed. Metal that contains a vacuum and subject to heat cycling. Is a cooler that keeps the cpu at 60C really better than a cooler that keeps it at 65C at the same noise level? Before we even get into the pros and cons of both liquid CPU coolers and air CPU coolers, first we need to discuss some factors you’ll need to consider before you can determine which style cooler is right for you. [–]lamg4 18 points19 points20 points 9 months ago (0 children). Offering performance so close to Noctua's flagship is nothing to scoff at. I think these coolers won't have just a 5 C difference across the entire range, honestly. Here's the failure rate of AIOs: 0.25% and dropping, according to Asetek (the employee previously at NZXT). While keeping your system cool is a good idea, blowing your entire build budget on a cooling solution is not. Even with air coolers, maybe they can't adapt the mounting hardware due to socket change, maybe the design is outdated, better cooling, etc. In my opinion water cooling 1080ti is not worth it. Once people install a thing, they expect it to work. © 2021 reddit inc. All rights reserved. [–]aSc4rYGh0sT 6 points7 points8 points 9 months ago (4 children). If I didn't miss anything, the X62 and X72 are at least $50 more expensive than the NH-15. Both come with 1) monitor, 2) case, 3) power supply, 4) CPU, 5) GPU, etc. Pure Rock 2 The air cooled GPU hit 80°C again, while the water cooled GPU was half that “hot”. We’re going to talk about liquid cooling vs air cooling: how they work, the pros and cons of each, and which might be right for your setup. 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