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  • 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
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Quote from GreenPanther4395 :
Big difference between water and a $30 air cooler. $60 fuma 2, or $90 dh15 are much better suited air cooling options.
I agree, I would recommend going with a nice Noctua even though they are ugly and color scheme sucks.
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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.
I tried the id cooling 224 and it was no better then my old hyper 212. Neither one is going to allow this chip to boost fully. Open air under volted at 4.8 doing cb20 isn't saying much. This is quite literally one of the hottest most inefficient chips in production at the moment. See:

https://www.anandtech.com/show/16341/intel-core-i9-10850k-review-the-real-intel-flagship/2

The hyper 212 clones are best suited for 75-125w loads. Meaning 6 or 8 core with moderate oc.
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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.
I watched that same review the other day and figured it'll be the cooler I use for the young uns gaming rigs I'll be putting together.
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Just a heads up that the 10850K might be too much for this cooler. I wouldn't overclock with an air cooler this size. A second fan might help get the temps down if it ends up running a bit hotter than you like with this cooler. The 10850K can be a toasty little chip depending on what you are doing.
Thank you for the advice. I will OC if I get a good cooler when the price drops. I definitely won't OC with this cooler.
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This may not be a good idea.. OC'd 10850K can peak around 250W. The Scythe Fuma 2 @ $60 should be a better fit

https://www.amazon.com/Original-D...07QMK5R45/ [amazon.com]
Will this cooler fit the MSI z490 motherboard? Thank you.
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I watched that same review the other day and figured it'll be the cooler I use for the young uns gaming rigs I'll be putting together.
right now, you can build a 10400 stock cooler 150 bucks+ cheap mobo at around 80 bucks get some cheap 16 gb 3000-3200 ram, get a nice AMD card on the cheap and build something nice with some of the case psu deals on slick on the cheap.

I built 2 for my kids over the last 2 weeks with some salvaged parts from the old computers I had 6600k and the 4770 with a 1070 and 1060 ti in them, so it was a nice quick upgrade for them. I did need to get new ram since the 4770 was on a ddr3 board.
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Quote from EffinAhole :
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.
Not really. it won't be able to compete with higher end air coolers like dh15. At lower tdp loads it beats hyper 212, because of the stock fan which seems to be an impressive one.
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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.
I bought it due to the current high price on brand coolers. I will use it with no OC. When the price is right I will buy a brand cooler for 10850k and build a new low end pc with this one for my wife to surf.
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Not really. it won't be able to compete with higher end air coolers like dh15. At lower tdp loads it beats hyper 212, because of the stock fan which seems to be an impressive one.
I mean, I didnt mean $100 coolers like the DH15. The DH15 beats like everything in thermals, and it also has lots of case and ram clearance issues.
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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?

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
I never had issues with an AIO in my previous build, but I went with air cooling this time anyway. I wanted a blacked out system with minimal RGB and a higher air flow case. I'm using a Be Quiet! Dark Rock Pro 4 and it is working great for me. It is nice to not have to worry about anything but dust maintenance with the cooler. Not that everyone needs to get an air cooler that big, but I wanted to have OC room for the future.
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I never had issues with an AIO in my previous build, but I went with air cooling this time anyway. I wanted a blacked out system with minimal RGB and a higher air flow case. I'm using a Be Quiet! Dark Rock Pro 4 and it is working great for me. It is nice to not have to worry about anything but dust maintenance with the cooler. Not that everyone needs to get an air cooler that big, but I wanted to have OC room for the future.
True true, I have a few friends who really got burned, so they stick to air. Couldn't get warranty to pay etc. Consumer error / didn't follow directions or something other crap that disqualified. Well not a few, I have 2 friends that won't go back to water cooling ever. Very expensive rigs, granted it was probably user error, lol.
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I agree, I would recommend going with a nice Noctua even though they are ugly and color scheme sucks.
Noctua has all black coolers as well. The Chromax line.
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Quote from MeghanS3978 :
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.
This is what I'm looking for lol. Did you have the Wraith cooler that came with Ryzen CPU? I have a Ryzen 1600. Cooling with never an issue with stock cooler, but I wanted to have something more colorful. Tempting on this
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Noctua has all black coolers as well. The Chromax line.
Oh you are right, I forgot that they added colors and some accent stuff to their fans.

Must be brown and tan PTSD.
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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.
I just watched this video earlier today. So in for one myself.
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