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Posted 19th JulEdited by:"SilkySean"

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Good price for this all in one cooler. Usually retails for £125. RGB lighting and fans geared towards quieter setups.
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It's been this price for a few weeks. I can't seem to pull the trigger on it though. Think I'll go for the Dark Rock 4 Pro and stick to what I know. The DR3 served me well on my overclocked 4790K for 4 years without issue.
I have a 4790k too, overclocked to 4.7ghz, this gets me idle temps of around 28-30 degrees, peak temps of 65-70. So not too bad. I have my eye on a NZXT cooler next though, they are very sexy with their infinite mirror effect pumps.
They're the temps I got with the standard DR3. And it's silent. Think I'll just stay on air. These do look good, but I have neither the time, nor patience to properly do my cables to a good enough standard to be worried too much by aesthetics.
SilkySean19/07/2019 12:15

I have a 4790k too, overclocked to 4.7ghz, this gets me idle temps of …I have a 4790k too, overclocked to 4.7ghz, this gets me idle temps of around 28-30 degrees, peak temps of 65-70. So not too bad. I have my eye on a NZXT cooler next though, they are very sexy with their infinite mirror effect pumps.


I ordered the 240mm NZXT from Amazon, not sure how but they sent me two. Returned one for a full refund
Would prefer the platinum
DarrylJohn22/07/2019 06:27

I ordered the 240mm NZXT from Amazon, not sure how but they sent me two. …I ordered the 240mm NZXT from Amazon, not sure how but they sent me two. Returned one for a full refund


You've got to love it when they do that. I ordered a 4bay diskless QNAP server a couple of years back with a couple of separate HDD's to put in it.

Amazon sent me one of those pre populated QNAP servers instead by mistake with bigger hard drives than I needed.

So I backed my HDD's ordered and never spoke of it again
ukez22/07/2019 06:47

You've got to love it when they do that. I ordered a 4bay diskless QNAP …You've got to love it when they do that. I ordered a 4bay diskless QNAP server a couple of years back with a couple of separate HDD's to put in it. Amazon sent me one of those pre populated QNAP servers instead by mistake with bigger hard drives than I needed.So I backed my HDD's ordered and never spoke of it again


Nice. Just checked and it was the X62 not the X52 I'd got.

Delidded my 7700k so needed something extra that looks great to cool it without being loud. For those wondering, it now sits idle around 30-35c at 5ghz and sits around 65c on max.
Was thinking about this cooler at the weekend to go with my corsair RGB ram. However I have already have a Coolermaster masterliquid 240mm AIO. While the corsair may be technically better, temps arnt really a problem at the moment with a Ryzen 1600. So a bit of a sidegrade.
I find the idea of an AIO appealing but not mater how little the risk is I always have concerns over finding water damage on my hardware.
When it comes to covering you against component damage due to leakage I have read posts of mixed results with Corsair.

The Cryorig Ultimate air cooler has served me well with my 6700k at 4.7Ghz and now does the same with my 9900k at 5Ghz, all cores.

A pity that the air coolers are so large, altho the NH-U12A isn't too bad with its 120mm fans.
Edited by: "VimesUK" 22nd Jul
I’m pretty sure that Linus rated a good air cooler as technically better?
sharzam122/07/2019 10:29

Was thinking about this cooler at the weekend to go with my corsair RGB …Was thinking about this cooler at the weekend to go with my corsair RGB ram. However I have already have a Coolermaster masterliquid 240mm AIO. While the corsair may be technically better, temps arnt really a problem at the moment with a Ryzen 1600. So a bit of a sidegrade.


Doesn't make any sense to upgrade in your situation I agree. It's not a hot CPU and overclocking is limited.
horsey22/07/2019 11:13

I’m pretty sure that Linus rated a good air cooler as technically better?


A good air cooler can achieve the same temps as pretty much any AIOs, but only if you also use decent dust filters on your case, also need to pay attention to airflow within the case or could just be moving warm air into the cooling tower(s)
tehwabbit22/07/2019 12:16

A good air cooler can achieve the same temps as pretty much any AIOs, but …A good air cooler can achieve the same temps as pretty much any AIOs, but only if you also use decent dust filters on your case, also need to pay attention to airflow within the case or could just be moving warm air into the cooling tower(s)



AIOs push/pull in cool air from outside the case, rather than blowing hot air that's just cooked off your GPU and VRMs.

My air cooler was thermal throttling on my 8086k, with a 280mm AIO it's about 40 degrees cooler under load, no joke..
horsey22/07/2019 11:13

I’m pretty sure that Linus rated a good air cooler as technically better?

Pretty much, big air coolers outperform AIO solutions for cheaper with better reliability. The only downside being slightly noisier and heavier than an AIO setup
horsey22/07/2019 11:13

I’m pretty sure that Linus rated a good air cooler as technically better?


That was quite a surprising video that the Noctua air cooler was both cooling better and running quieter as well, it was a pricey air cooler but not bad against the liquid AIO's. I've been meaning to check if anyone else had found similar results or if the Linus results were an anomaly.
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