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im running my 1700x on the coolermaster ml 120l and temps are perfectly fine at 3.9 ghz, i wouldnt get such an expensive aio

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8 minutes ago, popcorn343 said:

i want an aio but not sure witch one would have better perforamce for a r5 2600 but i will use it with a i5 750 cose thats what i have atm
link to the aio's :https://au.pcpartpicker.com/products/compare/WwjJ7P,NQrmP6,QMCFf7,r6K2FT/

Not sure if this Enermax gonna have similar problems but for Threadripper version there is a lot of issues with the cooler (gunk etc) , Gamer Nexus had video about it. Just to be on the safe side I would stay away from it. 


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Posted · Original PosterOP

thats what im worried about to whats why im asking if anyome has on knows any problums with like leaking or pump going bad 

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6 minutes ago, popcorn343 said:

thats what im worried about to whats why im asking if anyome has on knows any problums with like leaking or pump going bad 

Like I mentioned before, not 100% sure if this version will have same issues but check this

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The 2600 is pretty easy to cool and all of them are overkill to the point where there'd be no practical difference in performance. 

I don't recommend spending so much on a cooler when the money could go towards a better cpu for an actual performance increase.

What case and ram are you using and why are you looking at these coolers in particular? 

 

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