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New Cryorig R5 Cooler

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On 5/24/2017 at 3:19 PM, HerEscutcheon said:

I like the look of the new R5, but I'm curious about how well it will perform compared to the H5, and also what the price difference will be. They are both designed for zero RAM interference, and as such seem to have the same total depth, but the H5 is about 80% heatsink to 20% fan, and the R5 is about 50/50. So sure, the R5 will have much more airflow, but through a much smaller heatsink. So again, I'm curious to see how well it does.

I recently watched an interesting video by Kyle, and if the Cryorig heatsinks work in a similar fashion, I think I'll stick with the H5.

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On 2017-5-24 at 2:41 PM, HKZeroFive said:

Plenty of coolers with two fans. Hell, the Noctua NH-D15 has two towers.

Aye, although the performance difference is small.

 

I have the NH-D15S and just running a single fan. There was 1-2 degree difference on my maxes under AIDA 64 between two fans vs one.

 

Will be interesting to see if the same applies to these; and how they compare to the Noctua U12s


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cryorig does make some pretty coolers.


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Lol, more fans than actual cooler. xD I prefer air coolers that can be run passively at idle/low loads. 


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On 24.5.2017 at 3:46 PM, cj09beira said:

i am more interested in those all copper, they might have some significant gains

How much is the gain from copper actually? I've heard that the thermal conductivity is around twice as good as the one of aluminum. However the thermal energy storage capacity of copper is really bad compared to aluminum making copper only like 1.3 times as effective as aluminum in the whole.

 

I think I've got this from some random recommended yt video.

 

Do you know more detailed info on the topic? 

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1 minute ago, Vacras said:

How much is the gain from copper actually? I've heard that the thermal conductivity is around twice as good as the one of aluminum. However the thermal energy storage capacity of copper is really bad compared to aluminum making copper only like 1.3 times as effective as aluminum in the whole.

 

I think I've got this from some random recommended yt video.

 

Do you know more detailed info on the topic? 

in the previous page there is a lengthy explanation from a guy that quoted me

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16 minutes ago, cj09beira said:

in the previous page there is a lengthy explanation from a guy that quoted me

Damn mobile network here in Germany. Didn't load all the answers and I was to impatient for everything to load *whoops*

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