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Ryzen 2700 stock cooler vs. aftermarket cooler

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I saw Joker Productions video on Ryzen's new cooler compared to Be Quiet's new $75 cooler.  The difference was shown to be about 5 frames per second in-game.  In all fairness, it probably is a lot quieter.  However, I'm not sure 5 frames is a significant difference.  Is it really worth buying an aftermarket cooler if we can just turn down Shadows from "Ultra" to "Medium" instead?  I do see the concern if, for whatever reason, the framerate is under 50.  But If you're only going from 130 to 135, who cares?

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You can always get the cooler later, so if you can't afford it or can't find a reason to get it, then fine stick with the stock cooler.

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