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Big vs small heatshink plate.... Artic esports 34 duo ???

On 8/15/2020 at 10:03 PM, PWforPower said:

I've seen noctua nh d15(I think best air cooler) have big plate with two radiators and 24 heatpipes, while fuklng Artic esports 34 duo have tiny plate with 8 heatshinks and 5 times cheaper than noctua and less space.

 

I would buy artic, but I dont know if its good how they say. I would fit it on i7 3930k oc 4.4ghz or 4.2 ?

https://www.arctic.ac/en/Freezer-34-eSports-DUO/ACFRE00074A

 

 

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I've seen noctua nh d15(I think best air cooler) have big plate with two radiators and 24 heatpipes, while fuklng Artic esports 34 duo have tiny plate with 8 heatshinks and 5 times cheaper than noctua and less space.

 

I would buy artic, but I dont know if its good how they say. I would fit it on i7 3930k oc 4.4ghz or 4.2 ?

https://www.arctic.ac/en/Freezer-34-eSports-DUO/ACFRE00074A

 

 

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5 hours ago, PWforPower said:

I've seen noctua nh d15(I think best air cooler) have big plate with two radiators and 24 heatpipes, while fuklng Artic esports 34 duo have tiny plate with 8 heatshinks and 5 times cheaper than noctua and less space.

 

I would buy artic, but I dont know if its good how they say. I would fit it on i7 3930k oc 4.4ghz or 4.2 ?

https://www.arctic.ac/en/Freezer-34-eSports-DUO/ACFRE00074A

 

 

The size of the plate isn’t going to make a big difference if it’s making good contact. And there is a diminishing return on cooling, especially since attic has been putting out great products at low prices. 
 

it just depends if you want a couple extra degrees off.

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6 hours ago, StarsMars said:

The size of the plate isn’t going to make a big difference if it’s making good contact. And there is a diminishing return on cooling, especially since attic has been putting out great products at low prices. 
 

it just depends if you want a couple extra degrees off.

What about njinja 5 is it worth 20$ more over artic 34

 

http://www.scythe-eu.com/en/products/cpu-cooler/ninja-5.html

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6 hours ago, PWforPower said:

What about njinja 5 is it worth 20$ more over artic 34

 

http://www.scythe-eu.com/en/products/cpu-cooler/ninja-5.html

Yes, because air coolers from arctic are pretty much just dinky little toys 😄
 

Good for stock, maybe a touch faster. I definitely wouldn’t use one on a 3930K, unless I absolutely had to. This is the only forum I regularly see arctic air coolers routinely regurgitated.


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38 minutes ago, freeagent said:

Yes, because air coolers from arctic are pretty much just dinky little toys 😄
 

Good for stock, maybe a touch faster. I definitely wouldn’t use one on a 3930K, unless I absolutely had to. This is the only forum I regularly see arctic air coolers routinely regurgitated.

I decided to pick scythe mungen 5, but how is better thermaltake frio extreme silent 14 dual  fir extra 15$.

 

And what it's fuklng going with zalman 20

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16 hours ago, PWforPower said:

What about njinja 5 is it worth 20$ more over artic 34

 

http://www.scythe-eu.com/en/products/cpu-cooler/ninja-5.html

The ninja 5 is a great choice. It’s bulky though

9 hours ago, freeagent said:

Yes, because air coolers from arctic are pretty much just dinky little toys 😄
 

Good for stock, maybe a touch faster. I definitely wouldn’t use one on a 3930K, unless I absolutely had to. This is the only forum I regularly see arctic air coolers routinely regurgitated.

Because the newer coolers like the spots duo and liquid freeze ii line are both great performers. 

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On 8/15/2020 at 10:03 PM, PWforPower said:

I've seen noctua nh d15(I think best air cooler) have big plate with two radiators and 24 heatpipes, while fuklng Artic esports 34 duo have tiny plate with 8 heatshinks and 5 times cheaper than noctua and less space.

 

I would buy artic, but I dont know if its good how they say. I would fit it on i7 3930k oc 4.4ghz or 4.2 ?

https://www.arctic.ac/en/Freezer-34-eSports-DUO/ACFRE00074A

 

 

Fuk both, I've bought PHANTEKS PH-TC14PE red

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