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It's not just a few degrees compared to stock coolers, trust me. I have built a fare share of PCs and while current Ryzen stock coolers are much better everything else before from both intel and AMD was pure garbage. Any aftermarket cooler was better both in temps and noise.

I like liquid coolers too, but mostly because they don't put weight on the mobo and I have to ship a lot of computers, in which case liquid is safer. But even with failed fan air cooler will still work to a certain degree, failed pump means a toast CPU. Both types of coolers have advantages and own fan base (fan like fanatics)
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You don't know what you are taking about, please stop spreading misinformation. The H7 lowers temps nearly 30 Celsius when compared to stock cooler under load and 25 degrees under load on an overclocked cpu: not just a few degrees. I attached a benchmark for you to look at. Until you start hitting $100, air cooling is still the way to go. In general, under $100 air coolers are quieter since it doesn't come with a loud pump (fans are still loud to cool the radiator), it's more reliable since there's no chance of a leak or pump fail (remember it's just a hunk of steel), and it's performance is same or worse dollar for dollar.

The H7 air cooler runs only 1 degree hotter than the $80 Kraken x30 120mm AIO and only 5 degrees hotter than the x61, and remember this a compact air cooler, not a behemoth. Under an OC'ed CPU, the x31 is only 4 degrees ahead of H7. I would be very surprised if a $40 120mm cooler master AIO performed better than the H7 if the x31 barely pushes ahead. If anything the H7 is a better buy than you MasterLiquid Lite 120 and Air coolers bring more performance per dollar until you go over $100.
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Very cpu and case dependent. A good air cooler like this will be better than a 120 liquid AIO, and can be quieter too with the right setup, so long as you have space to fit it.
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$35 everywhere else, so I'll bite.
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Really good cooler i have this on a 6700k nice and quiet i also have the evo 212x but that for my amd build
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Is applying for a AM4 upgrade kit relatively painless?
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Grabbed one, thanks.
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https://www.newegg.com/Product/Pr...6835103236 [newegg.com]

I would recommend the cooler master lite 120 instead. These air cooled types take up too much space and could be noisy (If motherboard detects CPU over heating, then it will increase the RPM on the Fan). For the liquid cooled lite 120, you mount the radiator on the existing case fan space (above mother board external I/O ports). Now the 120mm radiator fan serves two purpose, pushes the hot air out of the case and also cools the radiator at the same time. You can remount the old case fan at other open fan locations to move air into the case from outside.

I had a AMD 4.2GHz 125W CPU and had a really tough time keeping the noise down and cooling the CPU. It did not pass CPU-Z stress test. The system will shut down due to CPU overheating. lite 120 did the magic and fixed all the problems in one go.
Very cpu and case dependent. A good air cooler like this will be better than a 120 liquid AIO, and can be quieter too with the right setup, so long as you have space to fit it.
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Bought it for $35 off newegg pair wit 7700k Asrock z270 taichi, perfect fan easy to install and quiet . Glad i didnt go for evo . Heard its a pain to install.
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Fits am4?
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Fits am4?
You need to get an upgrade kit from the manufacturer. It's supposed to be free of charge according to their website.

http://www.cryorig.com/news.php?id=69&page=1.php
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Is applying for a AM4 upgrade kit relatively painless?
Yes, I ordered mine online through cryorig and it only took a few minutes. I think it took about a week to get to me.
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You need to get an upgrade kit from the manufacturer. It's supposed to be free of charge according to their website.

http://www.cryorig.com/news.php?id=69&page=1.php
Yes, Gucio is right. The upgrade kit is free and when I received mine it was actually shipped from Newegg.
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AM4 free upgrade kit works great. Added second fan and OCed 1700 to 3.9GHz on 1.35v.
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