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Not sure why this other guy is trying to sell liquid cooling to you. Liquid coolers are only better in two scenarios (aside from aesthetics): Consistent temps (no random massive spikes), and keeping your CPU cooler in a hot room. Otherwise, it's been proven multiple times that air coolers are straight up better in terms of temps. The beefy Noctua coolers are the flat out best, but for $20-35 look at the Gammaxx 400 and the Hyper 212 (Gammaxx uses flimsy plastic mounts like intel coolers, but cools like a boss). They are plenty for your chip. Don't listen to that other guy lol.
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$20 is as good as it gets for these things, unfortunate for rebate, but if you've never done a build with a Hyper 212 then you've never lived.
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$20 is as good as it gets for these things, unfortunate for rebate, but if you've never done a build with a Hyper 212 then you've never lived.
Would this fan do the job for the i7-9700k?

This is my first build where I'm not using a standard cpu fan
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Would this fan do the job for the i7-9700k?

This is my first build where I'm not using a standard cpu fan
It would cool it probably stock yeah, dont expect any real overclock though. Honestly would get a better cooler for a 9700k, I mean the whole point is to push it with an overclocked since it's unlocked. With good cooling a 9700k can hit 5.0ghz all core. With really good cooling 5.1-5.2 is possible. On a Hyper 212 you're maybe looking at stock to 100-200mhz overclock MAYBE. On 240+ rad water cooling can get to 5.1, on very good air probably 5.0.

212 is meant for a little more mid-range CPUs than a 9700k.
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How much improvement can I see on my 2700X if I upgrade to this from the stock wraith spire cooler?
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Would this fan do the job for the i7-9700k?

This is my first build where I'm not using a standard cpu fan
Great to know! Thank you!
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this vs 3600x stock cooler?
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Does anyone know if this would work with 2400g on a crap sunflower Mobo? (I don't know anything)
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Would this fan do the job for the i7-9700k?

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Not sure why this other guy is trying to sell liquid cooling to you. Liquid coolers are only better in two scenarios (aside from aesthetics): Consistent temps (no random massive spikes), and keeping your CPU cooler in a hot room. Otherwise, it's been proven multiple times that air coolers are straight up better in terms of temps. The beefy Noctua coolers are the flat out best, but for $20-35 look at the Gammaxx 400 and the Hyper 212 (Gammaxx uses flimsy plastic mounts like intel coolers, but cools like a boss). They are plenty for your chip. Don't listen to that other guy lol.
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Worked with my old 2600k 29 idle temp
And working with my new 9700k 34 idle temp
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The benefit of liquid cooling is fitting a bigger radiator or having a radiator in a location with better airflow.
If you aren't going to overclock or build the quietest setup then this fan is great
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Not sure why this other guy is trying to sell liquid cooling to you. Liquid coolers are only better in two scenarios (aside from aesthetics): Consistent temps (no random massive spikes), and keeping your CPU cooler in a hot room. Otherwise, it's been proven multiple times that air coolers are straight up better in terms of temps. The beefy Noctua coolers are the flat out best, but for $20-35 look at the Gammaxx 400 and the Hyper 212 (Gammaxx uses flimsy plastic mounts like intel coolers, but cools like a boss). They are plenty for your chip. Don't listen to that other guy lol.
if were talking $90 air coolers then yeah it cools the same as a lot of 240 aios. But most people arent dropping $80-$90 on a top of the line noctua. I mean might as well go 240-280 aio at that point anyways. Also putting a whole lot of stress on the mobo with a gigantic heavy air cooler. I think air cooling makes sense up to about $50-$70 then I would start to do 240-280 aio beyond that.
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