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R5 3600 and CM ML240L

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Is a Cooler master MasterLiquid ML240L enough for a Ryzen 5 3600 ?

Going to make a compact build and ML240L fits perfect 

Gonna play with some OC .. 

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Ehh I think it's a little over kill 

"Some oc" is very vague but an oc on ryzen chips doesn't bring a big performance benifits 

Just enable pbo and you will be fine 

If you want an aftermarket cooler 

Maybe an nhu12s is pretty good

But a 240 aio is pretty overkill


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Posted · Original PosterOP
8 minutes ago, TofuHaroto said:

Ehh I think it's a little over kill 

"Some oc" is very vague but an oc on ryzen chips doesn't bring a big performance benifits 

Just enable pbo and you will be fine 

If you want an aftermarket cooler 

Maybe an nhu12s is pretty good

But a 240 aio is pretty overkill


Overkill is fine :P

 

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Just now, oz3bto said:


Overkill is fine :P

 

Well yes but  spending money on a cooler that costs almost 100 bucks rather than spending those 100 bucks for a better PSU or a better GPU  is not smart lmao


Fun Fact: The Meshify c is the best case to ever exist.

 

 

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3100.

B550m TuF plus.

Hyper x rgb 8 gig stick. (MJR or CJR  i still don't know lol).

1650 super.

CX450.

MX500.

NX500.

 

 

 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, TofuHaroto said:

Well yes but  spending money on a cooler that costs almost 100 bucks rather than spending those 100 bucks for a better PSU or a better GPU  is not smart lmao

Cheapest AIO i can get here ... 

Its a small bulid that have to run 24/7  sometimes  with full load.. So a overkill aio is all OK 

 

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13 hours ago, oz3bto said:

Is a Cooler master MasterLiquid ML240L enough for a Ryzen 5 3600 ?

Going to make a compact build and ML240L fits perfect 

Gonna play with some OC .. 

The r5 doesn't run that hot and there's little point overclocking them as they don't really go that much higher, wouldn't a LP cooler from noctua be a better option? 


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Posted · Original PosterOP
On 5/31/2020 at 11:58 AM, Lord Vile said:

The r5 doesn't run that hot and there's little point overclocking them as they don't really go that much higher, wouldn't a LP cooler from noctua be a better option? 

air cooling  is no go.. PC will be i my "Man cage" .. Part garage (2 strokes) part  woodworkshop and  gaming room .. A lot of dust in the air 

And i can get  this aio is cheap .. (Local store  closing 50+% off.. Got two of them ..)


With the wrait cooler it comes with .. It runs hot as hell when workload is 75%

 

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59 minutes ago, oz3bto said:

air cooling  is no go.. PC will be i my "Man cage" .. Part garage (2 strokes) part  woodworkshop and  gaming room .. A lot of dust in the air 

And i can get  this aio is cheap .. (Local store  closing 50+% off.. Got two of them ..)


With the wrait cooler it comes with .. It runs hot as hell when workload is 75%

 

You do know dust still effects water cooling right? Dust just collects in the rad instead of cooling fins. 


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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 hours ago, Lord Vile said:

You do know dust still effects water cooling right? Dust just collects in the rad instead of cooling fins. 

ye .. But a rad is more easy to clean ... air kompressor 

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Just now, oz3bto said:

ye .. But a rad is more easy to clean ... air kompressor 

You clean them the same way, to do it properly you still need to remove the part which is actually harder to do with a rad. 


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2 hours ago, Lord Vile said:

You clean them the same way, to do it properly you still need to remove the part which is actually harder to do with a rad. 

With aircooler  ill have to take  it all of the CPU to get it real clean .. Been there done that a lot 

Rad is like 4-6 screws .. Flip it out of kabinet  an blow it .. 

Have cosair water coolin in other machine .. Easy to clean 

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1 hour ago, oz3bto said:

With aircooler  ill have to take  it all of the CPU to get it real clean .. Been there done that a lot 

Rad is like 4-6 screws .. Flip it out of kabinet  an blow it .. 

Have cosair water coolin in other machine .. Easy to clean 

Depends where it's mounted and if it's in push or pull


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