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Vetroo V5 CPU Air Cooler w/ RGB Fan

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  • Support Sockets: Intel LGA 1200/1366/1156/1155/1151/1150/775 AMD:AM4/AM3+/AM2+/AM2/FM2+/FM2
  • Five Heatpipes: Five heat pipes with exclusive Direct Contact Technology provide fast heat transfer and maintain the operation of CPU
  • Direct Contact Technology: Direct touching copper base is adopted to fit CPU, as well as improving optimal contact area and thermal conductivity
  • Efficient Cooling: A 120mm fan at 1,700 RPM for thermal solutions
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Fan seems slow for a cpu fan. but 5 heat pipes for under $30!

My 5600x comes in on Monday and needs a cooler.
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PLEASE note the RGB is a 5v connection for anyone with mobo's that only have 12v rgb connections.
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Even for those of us that like everything blacked out this is a good deal. I have some Arctic fans that were very well reviewed that I can slap on this in a push-pull config and have 5 heat pipes.
Bought the White version right when J uploaded his video. Now in for a black thanks to a case I just picked up.
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Is this good/compatible with i7-10700K (bought that on the B&H deal recently)?
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Quote from mafa2004 :
Will this fit the Costco HP omen 25L?
Is say it's worth a try. Clearance looks good, and the mounting appears standard. I would confidently say 95% chance of success.
Not much out there though to confirm one way or the other.
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I have the white version. Got a significant drop in temps compared to my stock ryzen cooler, which allowed some slight overclocking. It is addressable rgb, so if your motherboard doesn't have an argb header, you will need to use a controller for the rgb effects.
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Quote from apu6105 :
Is this good/compatible with i7-10700K (bought that on the B&H deal recently)?
that's a 1200 , so should work.
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In 4 1. Just build a pc with 10850k. I couldn't wait for CM Hyper 212 to come down and hope this will work well. Thank you.
All these people buying cheap $30 coolers with 10850k are going to be in for a rude surprise. Lol. 275+watts on this little cooler? Might as well have bought a 10700.
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Quote from spartanvi :
JayzTwoCents did a review on this tower cooler a few days ago and was pleasantly surprised by its performance/value:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2LDz-uDKoJo

It's almost identical to the Hyper 212 Black Edition in design and mounting mechanisms, but this one has 5 copper heatpipes vs 4 on the Hyper 212 BE.
So this is better than hyper 212??
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Quote from GreenPanther4395 :
All these people buying cheap $30 coolers with 10850k are going to be in for a rude surprise. Lol. 275+watts on this little cooler? Might as well have bought a 10700.
it would only peak at those watts. won't run at constant load. The cpu will throttle back to lower TDP after some seconds.

With that said I just tested a 10850K open air, undervolted it to 1.175v 4.8 GHz and get around 220w at wall on CB20 and scored 6349 points. Max temp recorded was 75C on similar air cooler ID-Cooling 224 -XT which apparently performs better than Hyper 212.
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So this is better than hyper 212??
no unless you are being paid to say yes
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Quote from bart101 :
Is say it's worth a try. Clearance looks good, and the mounting appears standard. I would confidently say 95% chance of success.
Not much out there though to confirm one way or the other.
looks like the fan is 148mm tall which is too tall for the hp omen 25L case.
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Quote from GreenPanther4395 :
All these people buying cheap $30 coolers with 10850k are going to be in for a rude surprise. Lol. 275+watts on this little cooler? Might as well have bought a 10700.
You know though, for some people liquid cooling is not for them.

I have had some friends even with a 3 day leak test still have issues with leaking on custom cooling solutions.

I think if you've had a bad experience is liquid cooling or AIO's you would get burned once and never go back although the leak rate on a good AIO is going to be low. You will probably have a pump failure before a leak.

That being said a leak in the wrong place can wreck your 3XXX nvidia gpu along with other components...mobo...etc - so...

So for those who refuse to go to AIO water coolers or don't want to go to custom loops, air is literally all they have. That being said, I think if you spent the 400 -500 doollars on your i9, you might as well spent another hundred on a great air cooler, why skimp?

Also, those of you who buy 120 AIO's are probably neck and neck with a good air cooler, so why buy a 120 AIO unless you have a space issue. Should go at least 240+.


https://www.anandtech.com/bench/CPUCooling/772
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Quote from heavyarms1912 :
it would only peak at those watts. won't run at constant load. The cpu will throttle back to lower TDP after some seconds.

With that said I just tested a 10850K open air, undervolted it to 1.175v 4.8 GHz and get around 220w at wall on CB20 and scored 6349 points. Max temp recorded was 75C on similar air cooler ID-Cooling 224 -XT which apparently performs better than Hyper 212.

Yeah but that little ID-Cooling 224 -XT is a beast of a budget cooler. I saw a review on that showing it competing with higher end Scythe and Noctua air coolers. Pretty crazy for $30. I am sure the ID-cooling is quite a bit better than the hyper212 and Vetroo.
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You know though, for some people liquid cooling is not for them.

I have had some friends even with a 3 day leak test still have issues with leaking on custom cooling solutions.

I think if you've had a bad experience is liquid cooling or AIO's you would get burned once and never go back although the leak rate on a good AIO is going to be low. You will probably have a pump failure before a leak.

That being said a leak in the wrong place can wreck your 3XXX nvidia gpu along with other components...mobo...etc - so...

So for those who refuse to go to AIO water coolers or don't want to go to custom loops, air is literally all they have. That being said, I think if you spent the 400 -500 doollars on your i9, you might as well spent another hundred on a great air cooler, why skimp?


https://www.anandtech.com/bench/CPUCooling/772
Big difference between water and a $30 air cooler. $60 fuma 2, or $90 dh15 are much better suited air cooling options.
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