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OR take a look at EKL Alpenföhn Silvretta or Panorama.

 

I used the Panorama to cool an overclocked E4300, and overclocked E8400 without any problems.


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A little more details please!

What CPU? Do you plan to overclock?

And what case/space are we talking about? If you don't know the case, a picture would be great.


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1 minute ago, Jageth-theth said:

that's to large. my case is about 4" 

This then...

 

https://pcpartpicker.com/product/Lbhj4D/cryorig-cpu-cooler-c7


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Name suggested by: @openthatchest 

 

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The L9i (37mm/1.5in) is seen as one of the best SFF coolers; however, it's still not good for high wattage chips.

 

Information such as the specific case and the CPU would help tons

 


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1 minute ago, Imbellis said:

The L9i is seen as one of the best SFF coolers; however, it's still not good for high wattage chips.

 

Information such as the specific case and the CPU would help tons

 

 

3 minutes ago, xc3ll said:

A little more details please!

What CPU? Do you plan to overclock?

And what case/space are we talking about? If you don't know the case, a picture would be great.

I am using a i5-8600 

no I will not overclock


this is the case 

IMG_0047.thumb.JPG.506244a36d9e96862cdb6ae3ab041cac.jpg

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I very highly recommend that you don't do that. It's much much better just to get an SFF case (List of 'em here) I recommend the SG13B or FD Nano S. Those cases are around the size of that briefcase and are much easier to work in. I'd recommend asking the forum which cases are best. 

 

As for the briefcase design - they usually don't end up well. Much more work, time, and money spent on 'em rather than just going with an SFF case that's designed to do it.

(something I threw together a couple years ago - the concept was fun but not practical.)

IMG_0358.thumb.JPG.61e2e3d09b9eb02d9008788952a04102.JPG


Please fill out this form! It helps a ton! https://linustechtips.com/main/topic/841400-the-poll-to-end-all-polls-poll/

Designing a mITX case. Should be ready Q2 2018.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
6 hours ago, Imbellis said:

I very highly recommend that you don't do that. It's much much better just to get an SFF case (List of 'em here) I recommend the SG13B or FD Nano S. Those cases are around the size of that briefcase and are much easier to work in. I'd recommend asking the forum which cases are best. 

 

As for the briefcase design - they usually don't end up well. Much more work, time, and money spent on 'em rather than just going with an SFF case that's designed to do it.

(something I threw together a couple years ago - the concept was fun but not practical.)

IMG_0358.thumb.JPG.61e2e3d09b9eb02d9008788952a04102.JPG

Still what would you suggest for a CPU cooler with a i5 8600

 

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What currency are you using?

How much clearance do you have for the cooler and how do you plan to layout the system cooling? System specs?

Is there going to be a cutout or vent above the cpu cooler? 


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