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Don't get a 2700X. Get a regular 2700. And you wouldn't have to get an aftermarket cooler, but I'd highly recommend it.

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No, the included Wraith Prism is very good for overclocking.

Also!!! Please use proper grammar :D:D:D:D:D thx

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Depends on how much you want to overclock. The stock cooler is decent though and should let you get at least a mild overclock out of it.

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1 minute ago, kelvinhall05 said:

Don't get a 2700X. Get a regular 2700. And you wouldn't have to get an aftermarket cooler, but I'd highly recommend it.

why just the 2700? not the 2700x?????

 

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Just now, Matthew______2 said:

why just the 2700? not the 2700x?????

 

Mostly to save money, but the included cooler does make up for the 2700X price and so i'd buy the 2700X if I wanted the default cooler.

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Just now, Matthew______2 said:

why just the 2700? not the 2700x?????

 

The X CPUs are just slightly overclocked non-X CPUs IIRC. Since you're overclocking anyway, you're just throwing away money. Even if you weren't planning on overclocking, it still isn't really worth it.

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Just now, NunoLava1998 said:

Mostly to save money, but the included cooler does make up for the 2700X price and so i'd buy the 2700X if I wanted the default cooler.

so how much could i overclock with the default cooler?

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Just now, Matthew______2 said:

so how much could i overclock with the default cooler?

Quite a bit, although not to the max 4.2-4.3GHz it can typically be pushed to, which is mostly achieved with good X470 motherboards and good aftermarket coolers.

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11 hours ago, NunoLava1998 said:

No, the included Wraith Prism is very good for overclocking.

Also!!! Please use proper grammar :D:D:D:D:D thx

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11 hours ago, NunoLava1998 said:

Quite a bit, although not to the max 4.2-4.3GHz it can typically be pushed to, which is mostly achieved with good X470 motherboards and good aftermarket coolers.

so with the default cooler & the MSI - B450 TOMAHAWK ATX AM4 Motherboard
how much??

ok wait, i just found my old good list
PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant

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Just now, Matthew______2 said:

There's no power supply and storage, however

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11 hours ago, NunoLava1998 said:

There's no power supply and storage, however

yes, i already have those bought.
i have a ssd 500gb
and 2tb hdd  and a gtx 1060 6gb 

thermalpower 650watt

 

and CAn you reccomend me a good cooler?

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Just now, Matthew______2 said:

and CAn you reccomend me a good cooler?

the default one with the 2700X is good. 

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Just now, NunoLava1998 said:

the default one with the 2700X is good. 

i changed it because im just gunna use the 2700 (NOT the 2700X)

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Just now, Matthew______2 said:

i changed it because im just gunna use the 2700 (NOT the 2700X)

any Dark Rock that's compatible with your PC really, (Dark Rock TF, Dark Rock 3, Dark Rock Pro 3, Dark Rock 4, Dark Rock Pro 4, check on pcpartpicker), or a Noctua NH-D15 if your case is large

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1 minute ago, NunoLava1998 said:

any Dark Rock that's compatible with your PC really, (Dark Rock TF, Dark Rock 3, Dark Rock Pro 3, Dark Rock 4, Dark Rock Pro 4, check on pcpartpicker), or a Noctua NH-D15 if your case is large

im talking about a 240 mm water cooler

so i can put at the top of case :D:DDDD

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Just now, Matthew______2 said:

im talking about a 240 mm water cooler

so i can put at the top of case :D:DDDD

Those have the exact same performance, but okay:

 

Corsair H100i (PRO, non-PRO)

Corsair H115i (PRO, non-PRO)

Kraken x52, x62 and x72

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Just now, NunoLava1998 said:

Those have the exact same performance, but okay:

 

Corsair H100i (PRO, non-PRO)

Corsair H115i (PRO, non-PRO)

Kraken x52, x62 and x72

whitch is the cheapest and rgb

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Just now, Matthew______2 said:

whitch is the cheapest and rgb

Just check on PCPartPicker. All of them are RGB, though the Krakens look better

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11 hours ago, Matthew______2 said:

do u think i should get a air or water cooler??

Whichever is cheaper.

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11 hours ago, Matthew______2 said:

ok

No problem.

 

11 hours ago, Matthew______2 said:

Literally the same performance as the cooler on the 2700

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well is the cooler on the 2700 rgb?>

and how much can i overclock with the stock cooler

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Just now, Matthew______2 said:

well is the cooler on the 2700 rgb?>

and how much can i overclock with the stock cooler

It's not (and the Noctua cooler is not).

You can overclock pretty well, although not as much as the 2700X cooler.

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