字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント I don't ever wanna welcome to another video now CPU coolers. They're not the most exciting thing in the world, but they're probably one of the most essential when it comes to putting together a PC. Now you can either opt for Intel on A and E's stock offerings, or you couldn't choose an aftermarket solution offered from one of the many reputable companies out there such as course. They're cool, master. Not sure. Be quiet. So one and so forth. To put it simply, though, you're going to need a CPU caller in order to stop your process overheating. This is starting to sound like one of those sponsored videos where I might now say this, however, is guaranteed to stop your process of overheating ever again. And if you click the link, I'll get 5% of whatever deal I've made with some shady company. That's not the case. So because today we're checking out one of Intel's own offerings that B X t s 15 a. It's an absolute giant, and it reminds me of the sea. Few coolers found with older high end court to Joe's and solitude quotes For many years gone by. We've even got a nice little copper base hit. But the question is, Is any good? One in the UK costs £20 or $30 in the US on Amazon. And for that well, you could also get one of these. Be quiet, pure rock. Slim enough treat trapped in. What I wanted to do was compare this to the end of Stock Caller you may find with some modern trips as well as the effort mentioned. Be quiet, pure rock slim to see how things compare temperature wise on answer the question is this ridiculous looking contraption worth it? So the first thing I did was test all callers with my eye. 5 84 165 What process? Er, that runs fairly cool regardless of load and has no problem with heat on this stock cooler. I paid rage to and crisis for an hour or so Each run a couple of Cebu intensive tests and monitored both the Idol and Max Temps using M s. I afterburner the stock caller performed the worst. As expected. You're even so the results weren't bad. First place was debatable, considering the leaning Tower of Intel on the be quiet came very close, The former exhibiting a slightly better stock temperature. The be quiet was the least audible, though the same aftermarket Arctic MX four thermal paste was used throughout. As ridiculous as the Intel T s 50 now looks, albeit not as ridiculous as the five found. GTX 6 80 in the test system. It's certainly capable of improving thermals over the vanilla option, but it doesn't really make sense when products like the Pure Rock Slim exist. But what about over clocking? Well, I took the Intel aftermarket beast to a friend's house where, inside, like a PC featuring a 4.5 gigahertz court I 7 26 100 k This time round results varied a bit. I mean, forget the stock. Cool hair. Okay, the CPU overheated. Worse than my old Land Rover on Boy, Did that thing get hot? Comparing the 2 £20 options then, and it's safe to say that the pure ox lim took the edge. I don't really think I need to go into too much more detail. The B x t s 15 a improves temperatures over the stock Intel solution, but it's also noisier and compared to other cheap after market solutions, it really doesn't make much sense. Different processes and less intense over clocks will mean different results, though, But in my opinion, unless you are set on sticking with the Intel brand, it's certainly worth looking at will swear. Sometimes you just see things on Amazon and you can't help yourself, though, right? Anyway, that's the end of the video. I hope you enjoyed it. Not the most exciting thing in the world, I'll admit. But if you did like this video lever, like on it, leave a dislike if you didn't subscribe to the channel If you haven't done so already, let me know if you use one of these coolers in your system and what process? Er you use it with aunt. Hopefully, I'll see all of you in the next one.