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Best cooler for chasing 5Ghz on a 6600k?

Whats the best AIO on the market for pushing 5Ghz on a 6600k? Ive been looking at the Corsair h110i GTX and the Thermaltake water 3.0 ultimate.

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Ek predator definitely

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ek predator 360 mm with push/pull noctua fans.

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Probably not going to happen , but i would suggest a 360mm one.

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Probably not going to happen , but i would suggest a 360mm one.

Im looking at buying a 4.9Ghz 6600k from silicon lottery and im going to try to push it to 5 if i can. Ive been looking at the Thermal Take water 3.0 ultimate does anyone have any experience with it?

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You'll likely need direct die and a fuckton of voltage.  The problem isn't total heat absorbion (rad size), it's being able to get heat off the die fast enough which is a problem nowadays due to the thermal density of these things especially at high voltage.  Delid, CLU thermal interface, and a Supremacy block would be my approach if I was on the non-E train.  Last I've heard, the waterblocks included with AIOs aren't very high end ones which is worth a few degrees C.

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Im looking at buying a 4.9Ghz 6600k from silicon lottery and im going to try to push it to 5 if i can. Ive been looking at the Thermal Take water 3.0 ultimate does anyone have any experience with it?

It performs just like any 240mm. Get the Kraken X61 for its 280mm RAD, it'll be really nice and should do the job.

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You'll likely need direct die and a fuckton of voltage.  The problem isn't total heat absorbion (rad size), it's being able to get heat off the die fast enough which is a problem nowadays due to the thermal density of these things especially at high voltage.  Delid, CLU thermal interface, and a Supremacy block would be my approach if I was on the non-E train.  Last I've heard, the waterblocks included with AIOs aren't very high end ones which is worth a few degrees C.

Alright thanks I will use Silicons Lottery's CPU delid service then. Thanks  

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It performs just like any 240mm. Get the Kraken X61 for its 280mm RAD, it'll be really nice and should do the job.

Was looking at that one as well. How does it perform against a H110?

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Was looking at that one as well. How does it perform against a H110?

No clue.

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