- Sep 10, 2018
- 5,310 (2.78/day)
|System Name||His & Hers|
|Processor||R7 5800X/ R9 5950X Stock|
|Motherboard||X570 Aorus Master/ROG Crosshair VIII Hero|
|Cooling||Corsair h150 elite/ Corsair h115i Platinum|
|Memory||32 GB 4x8GB 4000CL15 Trident Z Royal/ 32 GB 3200 CL14 @3800 CL16 Team T Force Nighthawk|
|Video Card(s)||Evga FTW 3 Ultra 3080ti/ Gigabyte Gaming OC 4090|
|Storage||lots of SSD.|
|Display(s)||LG G2 65/LG C1 48/ LG 27GP850/ MSI 27 inch VA panel 1440p165hz|
|Case||011 Dynamic XL/ Phanteks Evolv X|
|Audio Device(s)||Arctis Pro + gaming Dac/ Corsair sp 2500/ Logitech G560/Samsung Q990B|
|Power Supply||Seasonic Ultra Prime Titanium 1000w/850w|
|Mouse||Logitech G502 Lightspeed/ Logitech G Pro Hero.|
|Keyboard||Corsair K95 RGB Platinum/ Logitech G Pro|
My former cooler was a TT Water 3.0 240.
Not only I had an episode of air getting trapped in the pump, I don't know if there was something wrong with the mounting mechanism on it or just by project the Asetek design (using the default AM4 motherboard brackets) didn't get enough pressure.
My temps are actually better now. And dead silent.
Given Ryzen 7000s thermal density a larger cooler likely wouldn't do a ton better regardless. Very nice looking cooler and the fans seem more than adequate quality wise. I still prefer AIO for my primary pc but do like the simplicity of an air cooler and the nearly 0 risk for failure. Temp readout seems very accurate which is also nice.