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For that matter 240mm version for $39.99 is worth a sho too :-)
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Looks like a decent deal for anyone wanting to add liquid cooling to a non OC setup.
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Looks like a decent deal for anyone wanting to add liquid cooling to a non OC setup.
It's better than you think though. With i7 7700k running around 4.6-4.7 with slight voltage bump is kept below 70-75c in prime with this cooler. Did a few builds with it. There is a bad fan though, harder than usual installation with no plastic pegs to hold mobo bracket on the socket unlike on more expensive versions. But for this price I will get a few.
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For that matter 240mm version for $39.99 is worth a sho too :-)
https://www.newegg.com/Product/Pr...-_-Product
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For that matter 240mm version for $39.99 is worth a sho too :-)
https://www.newegg.com/Product/Pr...-_-Product
This is the better deal
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I have i7 7700K, but i am not going to overclocking it. should I go for this 120? or go for 240?
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Looks like a decent deal for anyone wanting to add liquid cooling to a non OC setup.
I have a I7- 6700ES pushing 4.5-8 and never gets above mid 50's. Cooling is more dependent on your case than this cooler. You need to put a P/P fan on it though and Pump head not higher than radiator- Air in the system will rise to the system high point making cooling less effective. and i dont like the gurgling sound that causes

Did NOT fit back of my Fractal Matx case went on the ceiling instead
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I have i7 7700K, but i am not going to overclocking it. should I go for this 120? or go for 240?
It depends on your case and the rest of your setup.

If you can fit a 240 radiator on the front, then I would almost certainly get the 240 since it is only $10 more. If you can't, but you can fit it up top, then maybe. Though you'd need to be sure you don't end up with a vacuum/"negative pressure" if you do that - or buy more fans to compensate. But if you have an open fan GPU (i.e. non-reference design) keep in mind that you will be pushing hot air through it then.
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I have a I7- 6700ES pushing 4.5-8 and never gets above mid 50's. Cooling is more dependent on your case than this cooler. You need to put a P/P fan on it though and Pump head not higher than radiator- Air in the system will rise to the system high point making cooling less effective. and i dont like the gurgling sound that causes

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I was under the impression that radiator has a space in it reserved for air bubbles. I had to install a 240mm rad on the bottom front side recently and it was below the pump generally, performance was really bad, so you may be right about it. I did not hear bubbles in the pump but if there is air in the circuit it possibly went straight to it (7700K hitting 90C in spikes in Prime95, no overclock)
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It depends on your case and the rest of your setup.

If you can fit a 240 radiator on the front, then I would almost certainly get the 240 since it is only $10 more. If you can't, but you can fit it up top, then maybe. Though you'd need to be sure you don't end up with a vacuum/"negative pressure" if you do that - or buy more fans to compensate. But if you have an open fan GPU (i.e. non-reference design) keep in mind that you will be pushing hot air through it then.
Thank you so much for the reply. helpful
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This is the better deal
It is if you're running Intel, looks like it does not support AM4.
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It is if you're running Intel, looks like it does not support AM4.
The 240mm version clearly says "AMD AM4" on the box as well as "AM4 / AM3+ / AM3 / AM2+ / AM2 / FM2+ / FM2 / FM1 socket" in the description. Cool
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looks like it does not support AM4.
bold red letters and spec would indicate otherwise
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I was under the impression that radiator has a space in it reserved for air bubbles. I had to install a 240mm rad on the bottom front side recently and it was below the pump generally, performance was really bad, so you may be right about it. I did not hear bubbles in the pump but if there is air in the circuit it possibly went straight to it (7700K hitting 90C in spikes in Prime95, no overclock)
You just want to make sure you put thought into how you install an AIO cooler. Generally, mount the radiator with hoses at the bottom in a vertical mount so that air will escape to the top of the rad and stay put. Top mount is pretty much fine wherever the hoses end up.
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