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  • Even so I've got a lot of complaints.

  • Well, I get a lot of things all the time, but specifically, people have complained that I don't do enough with air coolers.

  • I'm known as the water cooling goober on YouTube.

  • But that's not I don't want that to be the case.

  • I want to educate people.

  • And today we're gonna talk about air cooler.

  • Specifically these cooler sent over by Be quiet.

  • They were kind enough to sponsor today's video.

  • By sending us this product, we're gonna talk about different types of air coolers where you'd want to use each different type of cooler and things to think about when shopping for your air cooler.

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  • So not only am I gonna talk today about the different types of coolers and the type of application you would use them.

  • I'm also going to show you some practical testing here with our 3900 X, a CPU that is known to run fairly warm compared to the stock, Prisma or Wraith cooler, whatever this one's called, that comes with it so that you can see what some of the benefits are to upgrading your cooler.

  • Now, when it comes to air coolers, though, there are some things that I guess a lot of people kind of get kind of confused about.

  • And that is how big of a cooler do I need.

  • What's the TTP mean?

  • That Watson all that sort of stuff well, be quiet makes it simple by just putting the size of the cooler in this case in TVP or Watts that it's able to cool.

  • So in this case, we've got the Shadow Rock L P, which stands for low profile.

  • We'll take it out of the box and second here, able to cool 130 watt TTP.

  • But once you start over Clocking that particular power draw can definitely increase exponentially.

  • So we've got the shadow rock T F to hear, which has got a little bit more cooling capacity to it.

  • More fins, Which means that we can cool up to 160 watts.

  • Now if we go to our standard tower style coolers, that's where we get a lot of different variants.

  • Here they've got a TR four edition and then a dark rock boat for pro addition.

  • So we're not using threatening for today.

  • We're going to set that one aside.

  • But when it comes to Cooling Properties is essentially the same as a dark rock pro.

  • We've got the pure rock slim and the dark rock slim.

  • The guy's manner from C.

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  • I said that the dark rock slim.

  • It was kind of my favorite cooler that was on the table, and the reason for that is it's all blacked out.

  • It's got a black coating on the pipes and the fins that they've done a lot of in house testing To make sure that that coding isn't insulating any of the heat, it's still getting a great transfer.

  • I believe it was actually Teflon layer That's giving you great temperature transfer to the outside of the cooler, whereas paint and not energized with paint and powder coating and all that sort of stuff can actually insulate the heat.

  • Give you poor temperature transfer.

  • But the pure rock and the dark rock slim.

  • I like these because they're guaranteed to fit and many more.

  • Chastity's not just the neighboring components will show you what I mean by that in a sec, but also the height so you can get 120 watts dissipated on the rocks slim or the Iraq Slim, which is gonna be great for non over clocks, IE seven's even I nines or even our nines on the rise in.

  • But you get a 180 watt T V P on the dark rocks limb, which is the blacked out version.

  • Now let's go and talk about things you need to think about, though, when it comes to which cooler is right for you.

  • What you have to be mindful of is depending on the motherboard you're using.

  • We obviously have memory that sticks up memories getting faster and, as it gets faster, gets hotter because of that you're seeing bigger heat sinks, which is making the memory taller.

  • But you can see I'm using the two outer with one in between.

  • The technically, that's Channel one when it comes to memory, one into slot one for each channel.

  • If I was running four sticks of ramen here, I would have this lot right here occupied, which puts it pretty close to the cooler.

  • So if you're cooler sat really low, it could interfere with the memory because we could potentially impact on this ramp.

  • So as you can see right here, where it goes down to where the CPU is, it's probably barely gonna clear this ram.

  • But that's something you need to think about because there are ram modules on the market that sit taller than this G skill.

  • And if that's the case, it could impact on the bottom of the cooler.

  • And then there's this guy, the dark rock pro, For this is the type of cooler that rivals water cooling and a Iose.

  • This is probably one of the sexiest air coolers you could possibly by today, and that's because of its crazy, all blacked out duel fan.

  • Amazing goodness that it is.

  • So there's a fan that actually goes right here in the middle.

  • But the reason why that fans not in there we'll show you this during the install is because Dark Rock has thought of everything when it comes to the actual install.

  • So these are actually caps that come off right here.

  • And one of the complaints about the old be quiet coolers was the fact that it had a mounting bracket like a like a star bracket that you'd find for Intel on stuff they had to try and screw around the sides.

  • But it was impossible to get to it with a motherboard like this because of the giant Io shield, and then the big heat sinks and stuff.

  • You couldn't actually get to it to tighten it down.

  • So now you have these screws that unscrew right here.

  • You use the long screwdriver, which is included in here to actually able to tighten it down, and then you put the fan in afterward.

  • It's got these rubber vibrating pads on here for the fan mounts, so that any of the fan vibration doesn't translate to your motherboard, which is translate to your case and then to your desk and then to your annoyance so you don't want that.

  • You don't want things transferring to your annoyance.

  • That's bad.

  • But the fin density again, again with that black coating on here just makes this probably the sexiest air cooler, in my opinion.

  • And because you've got to cooling towers plus 70 pipes means that this this is definitely keep things cool.

  • But the orientation of this cooler would kind of go, obviously with being able to read the name Air travels from right to left.

  • So you've got This is a pusher fan that is a push pull fan blowing air out because the fans in the middle So this is the way it would go oriented on your motherboard.

  • In your case, it's upside down because you're on the wrong side of it.

  • But what you need to be mindful of when it comes to the amounts of the matter room we have around here is not just the heat sinks and the memory and the I O, also your graphics card.

  • This graphics card fortune on this motherboard has a little bit of spacing to the 1st 60 next slot, where it pushes it down, away from the cooler a little bit.

  • Some motherboards do not have that spacing.

  • Where this 1st 60 next lot is butted right up against the Io Shield, which means that there could potentially be conflict with the size of the graphics card you're using how thick the back plate is.

  • But fortunately, be quiet has kept this as narrow as possible in this configuration.

  • Technically, it's a square while getting you as much air flow this way and as much volume as possible.

  • So this guy would still fit in here, obviously with plenty of room.

  • But again, just something I need to think about when you're trying to find the right air cooler for your building so we can do right now is we're gonna go ahead and set up our monitor.

  • We're gonna run like the BMW Blender test to see what Max temperatures are at stock speeds over clocking this and then we'll compare those temperatures.

  • So we're not controlling anything out of the box.

  • But because of the power and temperature overhead that we're gonna be getting with the lower temperatures, we should we might even see a little bit higher oven over clock But that's what the point of this video is.

  • You that I want to build, like a whole system just around this aesthetic, and we'll call it like dark night.

  • All right?

  • We're sitting here idle with stock cooler were bouncing right around four gigahertz.

  • This is normal.

  • It's gonna It's gonna fluctuate like this all the time.

  • Here's rise and Master sitting 42 40 39 38 37 Wow, Going up there just back up to 45.

  • So as things were doing its stuff, that's our temperatures right there.

  • We're looking at whether was 47 for a second.

  • Because we're gonna do We're just gonna go ahead and run the blender benchmark for our C P.

  • We're gonna let it run both tests because we want to get it nice and hot.

  • Although air coolers, unlike water coolers, don't take that long to reach equilibrium, they also cool off extremely fast.

  • Once they're off load water coolers, it takes time for that water to absorb it all that energy and turn into its max temperature and then same thing.

  • Once you're done with the test, it takes time for the heat exchanger to expel all of that temperature.

  • So it's much slower with water cooling testing so we don't have to run a 30 minute test here to find equilibrium.

  • Air coolers you extremely quickly.

  • Especially a small color like this.

  • Alright, there we go.

  • So our frequency 4144 to 2.

  • So it's just like a momentary spike.

  • Looks like 40 too.

  • So, yeah, we'll just let this go and we'll find what the max temperatures were when we're done.

  • So this has been going for probably more than 10 minutes now at this point, So we're sitting around 88 or 89 degrees bouncing around.

  • We even saw 90 for a second running the second part of the blender test because here are frequencies locked right around 3.9754 gigs right around there using 76% of our available TDP.

  • This tells us we've got plenty of power draw headroom, but our frequency coming down from like the 42 ish where I kind of wanted to go out at the start.

  • That's because we're way too close to our 95 c limit.

  • So because we have plenty of head room now, we need to do is get that temperature down.

  • And we're gonna do that by installing our dark rock pro force.

  • So the new install technique on the dark rock pro is absolutely amazing.

  • Way covered this a C e s.

  • How that was the most exciting thing for me was just adding a couple of holes to go straight down with this really overkill screwdriver.

  • And you know, this is probably the cheapskate in me.

  • This is my favorite part of the kit.

  • This is a screwdriver with a magnetic tip that's worth keeping.

  • It's not just a piece of metal with a Phillips head on the end.

  • You get in some kits, so this it even be quite on there.

  • So I don't know why, but this is my favorite part.

  • But that, coupled with the Silent Wings fans on here in the very well silent curve that they have to, will the design of the blade and then the fan curve with MD.

  • This is extremely silent, you would expect, with a company called Be Quiet with fans called Silent Wings.

  • Oh, and also to we did have to adjust the height of one of the fans here right above the Ram.

  • Because just like I said, Rand being taller, there's an opportunity for an impact already sort of.

  • Ah, incursion big.

  • It could touch it, could touch the Ram.

  • And so what I do is I slid the fan up just slightly and were able to clear that with no problems whatsoever.

  • So we've got our middle fan installed, so we have a push pull configuration going on here.

  • They even give you extra clips if you want to install 1/3 fan on this so you could have a push Push, pull, pull if you want it.

  • All right.

  • So all we gotta do now, we gotta go ahead and do the same exact test, the same exact settings you can see now we're idling at, like the 33 area right there.

  • And our peak speed is jumping all around, as always.

  • But let's go ahead and start with benchmark and see what the temperature immediately goes up to.

  • So I mean, that's already promising, considering at this point in the test, the stock cooler was already in the eighties, so the test is still running.

  • 71 will, 70 degrees now 69 This is the test where we hit 90.

  • So you can see we are definitely getting some good headroom.

  • But this is what I'm talking about in terms of the silence of this.

  • Check this out.

  • Here's my mike s so freaking quiet.

  • So if you're calling the stock cooler, we were at 88 to 90 degrees in the same part of the test, and we're not surpassing 77 12 to 13 degrees cooler with it basically sitting at like Idol fans.

  • So we have to do now is we're going to stop the test.

  • There's no point letting it continue on because it's equalized.

  • It's not getting any hotter, and the test isn't getting any heart or any harder.

  • So we're going to do now is going to go into the BIOS.

  • And I'm just curious if I go in there and just ramp up that curve a little more aggressive where we can kind of hear the cooler.

  • Because, remember, you put in a case that's gonna kill some of the sound as well.

  • I want to see what the temps look like that, but I think it's pretty obvious already that air coolers have definitely come up.

  • So we just decided to do 100% on the fans, cause the Silent Wings fans are so quiet.

  • Our A C turning on is louder.

  • Then my mike sitting here in front of the cooler.

  • All right, so about 75.

  • See, right now you're our course.

  • Peeta staying above four gigahertz this time where we had dropped down to, like 3.9 before.

  • It's also important to point out is doing it with a lot of voltage to our mother board.

  • Seems to be ignoring are bolted settings, and it's still going up to like 135138 which is very warm for the 3900 X, and it's still able to keep that voltage cool.

  • That's an over Clocky voltage, and it's keeping it cool.

  • So as you can see, it's definitely doing its job, and it's doing it extremely quiet.

  • So there you go.

  • If you guys are looking for a way to keep your high court count, see pews or any Steve you, for that matter nice and cool and give you some over clocking headroom and some long Jody, then you definitely want to check out what be quiet has to offer.

  • I put a link down description below to go to their website.

  • You can check out all the different options.

  • They pretty much got every CPU socket covered, no pun intended covered when it comes to your cooling.

  • That way, you can keep all of your computers running as fast as possible to get a huge thanks to be quiet for sending over the school's for today's video.

  • And, as always, we'll see you guys in the next one.

  • I'm serious, messy.

  • I'm going to do an all matte black build Now.

  • Marquez would be proud.

  • Now the nice thing about Be Rock boxer.

  • Be Rock the rock boxes, Juries beauty there.

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  • What's what or a single but because anything with low profile memory and I just touched the thermal paste.

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正しいCPUエアークーラーの選び方 (How to choose the right CPU Air Cooler)

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