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r2600 stock cooler any good

On 2/23/2020 at 9:09 PM, Kc7vwc said:

Really? Which one does the 2600 get? Thought both had the Spire and the higher models has the Wraith Prism.

https://www.amd.com/en/technologies/cpu-cooler-solution

The 2600 gets the Wraith Stealth and the 2700 gets the Wraith Spire. 

On 2/22/2020 at 2:05 PM, icantselfpromote- said:

is  the cooler master hyper 212 be rgb a good choice ?

It's a good upgrade over the Stealth but there many be better options available. 

I'd recommend trying out the stock cooler first and deciding on what to do depending on the results. 

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good for something that comes for free, but otherwise it's just so-so and not meant for overclocking


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22 minutes ago, Motgy_On_Youtube said:

any reply appreciated thanks in advance

its meh, it will work okay if you dont push the cpu to 100% on a render or something like that, if you plan to OC or do any heavy tasks, i suggest getting a proper cooler

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It works. Don't expect anything amazing.


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23 hours ago, Ichoumaz said:

its meh, it will work okay if you dont push the cpu to 100% on a render or something like that, if you plan to OC or do any heavy tasks, i suggest getting a proper cooler

is  the cooler master hyper 212 be rgb a good choice ?

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2 hours ago, icantselfpromote- said:

is  the cooler master hyper 212 be rgb a good choice ?

i think this video explains it all

 

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On 2/21/2020 at 3:21 PM, icantselfpromote- said:

any reply appreciated thanks in advance

I've got a 2700 & the stock cooler kept it around 55-63°c while gaming. I only ever did one cinebench run with that cooler, and the test was over before the cooler really got fully heat saturated so I'm not sure about big workloads. 

Went to an Enermax ETS-T50 and I've yet to see it above 53°c. So you can see how well the stock cooler actually does vs something double it's size. 

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6 hours ago, Kc7vwc said:

I've got a 2700 & the stock cooler kept it around 55-63°c while gaming. I only ever did one cinebench run with that cooler, and the test was over before the cooler really got fully heat saturated so I'm not sure about big workloads. 

Went to an Enermax ETS-T50 and I've yet to see it above 53°c. So you can see how well the stock cooler actually does vs something double it's size. 

Yes but the 2600 and 2700 dont come with the same cooler

 

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13 hours ago, icantselfpromote- said:

Yes but the 2600 and 2700 dont come with the same cooler

 

Really? Which one does the 2600 get? Thought both had the Spire and the higher models has the Wraith Prism.

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On 2/23/2020 at 9:09 PM, Kc7vwc said:

Really? Which one does the 2600 get? Thought both had the Spire and the higher models has the Wraith Prism.

https://www.amd.com/en/technologies/cpu-cooler-solution

The 2600 gets the Wraith Stealth and the 2700 gets the Wraith Spire. 

On 2/22/2020 at 2:05 PM, icantselfpromote- said:

is  the cooler master hyper 212 be rgb a good choice ?

It's a good upgrade over the Stealth but there many be better options available. 

I'd recommend trying out the stock cooler first and deciding on what to do depending on the results. 


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Recently the Snowman M - T6 gained some popularity locally. One guy states, that he actually tried it after Brocken Eco Advanced, and the Snowman was more quiet and cooled better. I'm a bit skeptic though. If you can afford the waiting, you might want to check aliexpress for Snowman. 

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On 2/26/2020 at 12:22 AM, Vejnemojnen said:

Recently the Snowman M - T6 gained some popularity locally. One guy states, that he actually tried it after Brocken Eco Advanced, and the Snowman was more quiet and cooled better. I'm a bit skeptic though. If you can afford the waiting, you might want to check aliexpress for Snowman. 

i dont trust aliexpress or other chinese brand...

 

should i trust them or should i stay like that ?

 

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30 minutes ago, icantselfpromote- said:

i dont trust aliexpress or other chinese brand...

 

should i trust them or should i stay like that ?

 

Why? Bought hundreds of times, received almost everything. Whenever failed or delayed to arrive, I got refund. Whenever product arrived damaged, I could get a refund. Perfectly safe to buy. What's putting you off?

 

Also: location-budget? Do you have access to Alpenföhn, Arctic or even SilentiumPC - ID cooling coolers?

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But here are some decent-cheap coolers:

- Alpenföhn Ben Nevis Advanced, Alpenföhn Brocken Eco Advanced, even the ultra-smallish Alpenföhn Ben Nevis is a vast improvement over stock stealth.

- ID Cooling SE 214X, SE 213V2 (same as Alpenföhn Ben Nevis Advanced& Ben nevis, though with a noisier fan) ID Cooling SE 224XT, SE224 RGB..

- Arctic Freezer 34 series (E-sport has 10 years warranty..)

- SilentiumPC Fera 3, Fortis 3

 

All of these are very good& you can also opt for the snowman, if it's not urgent.

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16 hours ago, icantselfpromote- said:

what do you do with it?

I got a budget aftermarket snowman cooler to try overclock further, stock heatsink was fine for stock settings and a slight overclock to 3.9ghz, I didn't try further it might be ok for 4ghz.

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10 hours ago, BruceWayneofLosSanto said:

I got a budget aftermarket snowman cooler to try overclock further, stock heatsink was fine for stock settings and a slight overclock to 3.9ghz, I didn't try further it might be ok for 4ghz.

what were the temps

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On 2/27/2020 at 2:19 PM, Vejnemojnen said:

Why? Bought hundreds of times, received almost everything. Whenever failed or delayed to arrive, I got refund. Whenever product arrived damaged, I could get a refund. Perfectly safe to buy. What's putting you off?

 

Also: location-budget? Do you have access to Alpenföhn, Arctic or even SilentiumPC - ID cooling coolers?

60$ for a good cooler (i live in canada) and i dont know(i only know that i can buy arctic)

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On 2/27/2020 at 2:26 PM, Vejnemojnen said:

But here are some decent-cheap coolers:

- Alpenföhn Ben Nevis Advanced, Alpenföhn Brocken Eco Advanced, even the ultra-smallish Alpenföhn Ben Nevis is a vast improvement over stock stealth.

- ID Cooling SE 214X, SE 213V2 (same as Alpenföhn Ben Nevis Advanced& Ben nevis, though with a noisier fan) ID Cooling SE 224XT, SE224 RGB..

- Arctic Freezer 34 series (E-sport has 10 years warranty..)

- SilentiumPC Fera 3, Fortis 3

 

All of these are very good& you can also opt for the snowman, if it's not urgent.

i found this on aliexpress (3 fans) is it good or no?

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7 hours ago, icantselfpromote- said:

i found this on aliexpress (3 fans) is it good or no?

I only have reference about the 1fan 6 and 4 heatpipe version. The six performs better than a Brocken Eco Advanced, according to this user: https://prohardver.hu/tema/milyen_cpu_hutot_vegyek_2/hsz_87775-87775.html

 

just see the pix, don't read the text. It performs ~3degrees better than the Brocken Eco Advanced . THe latter was reviewed here and here and here

 

I'd just grab either the 4 or 6 heatpipe version with single fan. Will beat the stock cooler by a nice margin, and very quiet as well..

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