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HellTheCRoss

Dark Rock Pro 4

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I was wondering if the dark rock pro 4 is a solid choice for cooling an overclocked i7 9700k. Let's say it's oc'ed at 4.7+ ghz. If it's not very promising, should i go for a nh-d15?

Thank you!

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Just now, HellTheCRoss said:

I was wondering if the dark rock pro 4 is a solid choice for cooling an overclocked i7 9700k. Let's say it's oc'ed at 4.7+ ghz. If it's not very promising, should i go for a nh-d15?

Thank you!

Hello,

 

They both perform very close and should handle 5GHz without problem, perhaps 5.1 or 5.2GHz if you are lucky and can keep the voltage low.


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The DRP4 should be fine for that and is quieter but the NH-D15 performs a bit better.

What are your priorities?


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Buy which ever you like better, they perform basically the same...


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i7 4790k · 32GB Kingston HyperX · MSI Gaming 5 · ... · 30" HP ZR30W + 27" Samsung 275T · 2x240GB Intel 530 in Raid 0 + 2x1TB Crucial MX500 · Lain-Li X2000F · EVGA SuperNova 850W G2 · BeQuiet! Dark Rock 3 · Logitech Z5500 · Win7pro 64bit

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