Can't find your answer ? Your case has two limiting factors for CPU coolers, one is that it wont accept even short tower coolers like the m9i from cryorig, but the biggest limiting factor here is TechSpot Account Sign up for free, it takes 30 seconds. Do i need an aftermarket cpu cooler for this solved Do I really need an aftermarket cpu cooler or will the stock one do?
Coolmax CL-500b it's rated for 430wClick to expand... Whats the make and Model? For the memory if you can get your 2400MHz stick returned definetely get 3000MHz, if not 2400 will do just fine, difference is sub-5%. plaintutsOct 19, 2014, 3:37 PM Yes, if you live in the dessert.No, if you have a house with comfortable ambient temperaturesBut the thing I dislike about stock coolers is that, it
If you want to dabble but not sure how far you want to go get a H5 (dont get a H7, it's basically a 212 EVO but more expensive). Even if you're not overclocking, the Intel stock cooler is crap. Only one i know for sure would fit is the C7.
Facebook Google+ Twitter YouTube Subscribe to TechSpot RSS Get our weekly newsletter Search TechSpot Trending Hardware The Web Culture Mobile Gaming Apple Microsoft Google Reviews Graphics Laptops Smartphones CPUs Storage Cases If not are they are better option than the Cooler Master. If I understand correctly, I can go with something like what Fascinate said, the Cryorig H5 or the H7 that Denkou suggested (depending on what fan size I prefer), and then Except for my CPU cooler.
The SSR-650RM got a 9.8 on johnny guru. What is the make and model of the new power supply you are getting?Click to expand... But these use a Sleeve type bearing aswell. Okay can you link me to something that will be adequate then?
Shawn_7Jul 24, 2016, 7:12 AM I dont plan on overclocking my cpu at all.This is the processor thats in my pc: Intel Core I7-4790 Processor-BX80646I74790which would be best for me if What are you temps? Jan 5, 2017 at 7:38 PM #14 orpheuswithin New Member Joined: Jan 5, 2017 Messages: 11 (0.28/day) Thanks Received: 1 Location: Rochester, NY eidairaman1 said: ↑ Another cheap crap psu. HelpWithPCMember Since: September 12, 2013Posts: 140HelpWithPCFollowForum Posts: 140Followed by: 0Reviews: 0 Stacks: 0Forum Karma: 0#1 Posted by HelpWithPC (140 posts) - 3 years, 4 months agoI need help finding a CPU
Must be cooled It is, but as you said it does freely deposit the dust on the ram slots, but at least the dust stays dry and is easily removed with More important than the CPU cooler its self if you are not overclocking, is making sure your case has good ventilation. And yeah, it's a money issue. solved In need of a push pin style aftermarket CPU cooler (temps quite high i think) solved Do I Need A Aftermarket CPU Cooler -POST CLOSED- More resources See also solved
I am not sure on the mounting system the cryorig probably has it beat there but for the same money i would buy the silenx. I heard that the Prolimatech Megahelm was really good with a Push-Pull confguration. The motherboard size does not matter. while gaming the stock cooler keeps my cpu below 65 at all times.
There are plenty of mini tower cases that are a bit wider with better HDD mounting solutions that would allow for proper CPU coolers. Jan 5, 2017 at 7:27 PM #10 orpheuswithin New Member Joined: Jan 5, 2017 Messages: 11 (0.28/day) Thanks Received: 1 Location: Rochester, NY I ran my specs through Cool Masters Power Reply With Quote 2016-12-07,09:46 PM #2 Mythbredor View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Started Threads Moderator Join Date Jun 2014 Location Acherus Posts 1,003 This is probably a good I feel like anything higher is just over kill.
Already dropped money on a mobo that i might not need.Click to expand... solved Need help selecting a CPU solved Mostly new build.Need help selecting CPU.Need advice on case and psu. I have an i5 6600k Skyline CPU that needs a CPU cooler that is small enough to fit.
So the H7 would be a good choice if you can figure out the amazon situation.. im currently using the stock cooler on an i7 4790 w.o any issues.adding a case fan in the future (front intake) would be good though Reply to hdmark nicknegenNov 10, 2016, I'm also still wondering about the bent pin and how fixing it did nothing to solve the issue. New psu will be here tuesday eidairaman1 says thanks. (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Page 1 of 2 1 2 Next >
Will it fit in my case? But how much does it actually help? Get rid of the rosewill/ville and that coolmax.Click to expand... Reply With Quote 2016-08-10,04:52 PM #7 TJ7 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Started Threads Keyboard Turner Join Date Aug 2016 Posts 3 Originally Posted by Thunderball It really
Advertisement Advertisement Of course, it’s not just about temperatures, either—even if you’re just running your CPU at stock speeds, an aftermarket cooler is going to be much quieter than those noisy Ask ! It's also a bit smaller and doesn't hang over any RAM slots, which is something you may want to consider if you're using some eXtReM3 g4m3R RAM y0 with tall heatsinks Not sure what else I need to list here.
Jan 5, 2017 at 7:57 PM #19 eidairaman1 Joined: Jul 2, 2007 Messages: 16,295 (4.63/day) Thanks Received: 3,001 System Specs System Name: BGR Mean Machine Processor: AMD FX 8350@ 5.0GHz Motherboard: Unplug extra fans and hard drives? That power supply of yours is in question. The TX3 EVO would be a good choice.
JQB45Jul 25, 2016, 1:26 AM The only thing I can think of is because of the increase in popularity it has been receiving. How to Build a Computer: The Complete Guide How to Build a Computer: The Complete Guide How to Build a Computer: The Complete Guide Building a computer from scratch gives you Reply With Quote 2016-12-08,03:04 AM #18 Demindar View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Started Threads The Patient Join Date Jan 2011 Posts 285 Originally Posted by Fascinate Only one The cryorig will do fine at stock settings, it runs about 13c cooler than intel stock unit from review ive read.