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Noctua NH-D15 and my Ryzen 7 1700X.

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It has arrived, The Ryzen 7 1700X and I finally mounted (this time with out bricking a CPU.) the Noctua NH-D15. First impression of this cooler?
AMAZING! I haven't yet Over Clocked the CPU just running it stock settings.
Ran Cinabench 20 and was very impressed with the temps I was seeing.
Granted it is not the 1700 I had so my results are going to be very different.
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I am going to post test results once I can, get some time. But so far it is doing wonderful!

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Did a R15 Extreme run. At stock.
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I've a 14D on mine, single fan.. Works well but not as well as a Phantek's cooler, a few degrees difference, same room, same air temp etc.. but either way, when under 100% load, they are quiet... With the AMD cooler, it was similar temps but massive noise and that was just too much for me..

I'd love to get some time on clocking them both but I get the impression, that's not going to happen any time soon :(
 

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How would you get "very different results" from the same chip? The difference is literally a small clockspeed bump and an X in the same.
 
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The 1700X pumps a little more voltage through it than the 1700 to compensate for the higher boost and base clocks. The temps will vary, slightly, but not by any significant amount.
 
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The top coolers are so close that secondary considerations will often be the deciding factor. These are our Top 5

1. Scythe Fuma
2. Noctua NH-D15 / D15S
3. Cryorig R1
4. Phanteks PH-TC14PE
5. Noctua NH-D14

The Phanteks aesthetic has many uses shoosing their heat sink for the abodized finishes w/ colors to match the build theme. There's no bad choices in the bunch, it's hard to igniore the Fuma's best performance at half the price combo.
 
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Been using D15 for the past ~4yrs. It was good but it is getting old comparing to new air and aio coolers.
 

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OH MAN I HAVE TO JUST SAY THIS.

Thank You All so much! To all the wonderful TPU members here I want to thank you for giving me the best air cooler ever!
I am still just Amazed and I haven't even started to OC yet!!!

Um there should be a bit of a difference in temps for sure.
The Ryzen 7 1700 uses less power at stock setting 1.2Volts (Do not know how much voltage is going to be need to OC the 1700X).
This one the 1700X looks like it can crank it's self up to WTF????? 1.5Volts!!! OMG! Yeah so this NEW CPU is going to be fun to OC!
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Personally I do not see any way this CPU is going to over heat AT ALL! OMG It is AMAZING.
I have NOTHING to say but good about the new CPU cooler! Just AMAZING! And it looks so sweet too!

Thanks AGAIN TPU you made my entire YEAR~!

 

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Glad you're feeling better about your rig. :toast:
 

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Glad you're feeling better about your rig. :toast:
truth be known it is only thanks to the help I got here at TPU.
I could not be happier, at all. You eggheads really hit it out of the park this time!

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The top coolers are so close that secondary considerations will often be the deciding factor. These are our Top 5

1. Scythe Fuma
2. Noctua NH-D15 / D15S
3. Cryorig R1
4. Phanteks PH-TC14PE
5. Noctua NH-D14

The Phanteks aesthetic has many uses shoosing their heat sink for the abodized finishes w/ colors to match the build theme. There's no bad choices in the bunch, it's hard to igniore the Fuma's best performance at half the price combo.
If I was going to buy a D15, I would go for the "S" version & buy the extra fan(s). You never know, you may need that first PCI slot in the future.
 
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Jeebus, that thing takes take's up a little bit of real estate. Glad you are satisfied. Should be good for a bit now..
 

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Jeebus, that thing takes take's up a little bit of real estate. Glad you are satisfied. Should be good for a bit now..
Yeah looks like Trump Tower went up inside my case.
Can't wait to do some OC on it this weekend.

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Preliminary OC run one. Got this so far.
Can you give me you thoughts?
I think the cooler looks great! The CPU Vcore is higher than a 1700 for sure, Power hungry CPU when over clocking.? (Not sure that is the right way to view it).
 
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Nice! I rock the same cooler and same chip, but due to temperature (ambient TOO HOT, summer here). I can only push to 3.8-3.9 ghz on all cores @ 1.35v with the LLC on high with a gigabyte x370 K7
Had to push a bit high on the vcore and soc voltage to make it stable (for ram to hit 3200mhz xmp values with a tighter timing).

The NH-D15 can manage the temps.
If you have more time to OC this weekend, find the perfect spot for the cpu, then tweak ram after.
You can use the ryzen ram calculator to get a baseline and experiment from there.

Overall good build! :love: Glad you are loving your new set up :) :toast:
 
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Using an U12A on my 1800x
4GHz with 1.41v
Reaching 78c for a R20 run.

The smaller U12A simply can't beat the pure mass giant beast :roll:
 

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Just got a D15 myself on a 1800x, replaced a H100i Gtx which imo was better but noisier.
 
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When overclocking you may want to run something like "Prime95" for at lease 6 hours to confirm stability.
 

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When overclocking you may want to run something like "Prime95" for at lease 6 hours to confirm stability.
Prime95 is out dated. I would much rather use Asus Realbench as it simulates regular usage
 

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Back when I was learning how to overclock. stress tests were never designed to simulate "regular usage". They were designed to simulate extreme situations. That way, your unstable rig doesn't bite you in the ass later because you ran it like that because it didn't crash when you were playing Battlefield 2.

Prime95 w/ AVX is actually quite good for a stability test. It'll look for those pesky errors while running one of the hottest running workloads you'll ever come across. Your average gamer doesn't run programs like that every day, but passing Prime95 and keeping temps under control is a pretty good indication that your rig won't fail unexpectedly. But one test isn't enough. That's why when I'm working on a rock solid overclock, I'll actually start with bootable Linpack Xtreme, then, if it passes that, I'll run Prime95 for at least 12 hours, preferably 24.
 
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Benchmark Scores I only game on this system... built for silence, not absolute max performance. ;)
The only thing that bothers me about that fan orientation is the fact that I’d rather have the second fan on the other side of the heat sink to push air through it more efficiently. That’s just personal preference, though. Makes next to no difference from a performance aspect.
 
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Dang this thing is a beast. It's so beautiful too. Very impressive. I bought one for my friend about 7 years ago and his mobo is now permanently bended because of the weight of this cooler.
 
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Back when I was learning how to overclock. stress tests were never designed to simulate "regular usage". They were designed to simulate extreme situations. That way, your unstable rig doesn't bite you in the ass later because you ran it like that because it didn't crash when you were playing Battlefield 2.

Prime95 w/ AVX is actually quite good for a stability test. It'll look for those pesky errors while running one of the hottest running workloads you'll ever come across. Your average gamer doesn't run programs like that every day, but passing Prime95 and keeping temps under control is a pretty good indication that your rig won't fail unexpectedly. But one test isn't enough. That's why when I'm working on a rock solid overclock, I'll actually start with bootable Linpack Xtreme, then, if it passes that, I'll run Prime95 for at least 12 hours, preferably 24.
There's another program call "Intel Burn Test". I'v never tested it or seen it running, but it's another good program from what I have read in forums.
My first choice will always be Prime95. (personal perference).
 
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That thing is a Monster !!!!!!!!!!!
It makes my Arctic 33 Esports cooler look compact. LOL

I'm glad to hear you are happy with it.
Have fun OC-ing that 1700X.
 

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The only thing that bothers me about that fan orientation is the fact that I’d rather have the second fan on the other side of the heat sink to push air through it more efficiently. That’s just personal preference, though. Makes next to no difference from a performance aspect.
Actually I only did this so I can see my sweet RAM! The fan blocks the lights LOL and really there is no diffrence in performance at all, Air is still flowing the way it should.

That thing is a Monster !!!!!!!!!!!
It makes my Arctic 33 Esports cooler look compact. LOL

I'm glad to hear you are happy with it.
Have fun OC-ing that 1700X.
Yes it is, I remember a Turnq Tower 112 that I had, It was just like this a MONSTER!
I must say the thing is an absolute dream come true, I think I am going to get 3 more of them for the other systems.
I recommend this Cooler to EVERYONE! This cooler fits in a MID tower case PERFECTLY!
Why I did not just get this thing in the past is beyond my 2 brain cells. Man this thing is really amazing and quiet very silent in fact I have it set to just that the fans don't even come on till it hit 50c! LOL! Haven't even hit that gaming!
 
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Dang this thing is a beast. It's so beautiful too. Very impressive. I bought one for my friend about 7 years ago and his mobo is now permanently bended because of the weight of this cooler.
Wow, but mobo still works right?
 
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Prime95 is out dated. I would much rather use Asus Realbench as it simulates regular usage
Outdated? No. It was updated just this month and supports all the latest instructions. Realbench is probably more dated.

Unrealistic, now? Maybe... It's true no game will generate a small FFTs grade heat load.
 
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