Forum Topic

The Coolers Thread: CPUs / GPUs / HSFs / Fans: New Products and Reviews

  • How much po yung gigabyte aorus ACT800? 

    many thanks po


    Depende kung saan ka bibili sir eh. PC HUB ata nasa 4,700 nung last na chineck ko pag ka online sellers naman 5,000 yung abot.
  • @sleepygeepy - feeling ko kasi kulang sa front intake yung case ko since maliit lang yung pinapasukan ng hangin mula sa front panel ko kaya naisip ko kung makakatulong yung blower style since di siya magrerely sa front intake for temp control. and umaabot ng high 80s temp ng cpu (i7 7700 with noctua nh-u12s) and gpu (gtx 970 strix). Pero wala akong rear/top exhaust. Balak ko bumili ng isang exhaust (noctua nf-a12x25 or NF-S12A). I hope magkaroon ng improvement sa temps. And for the GPU upgrade, might go for strix gpu nalang instead of asus turbo. Thanks for the inputs sir. :)
  • @TPC_GameGuard025

    Kung open air cooler ang gamit ng videocard... especially sa ATX case... ang airflow niya galing sa front intake fans and rear vents ng case. Mapapansin mo yan kung may dust accumulation sa PCI slot covers sa likod, which means may airflow na pumapasok sa rear vents. Yung videocard fans create enough negative pressure to suck air through the PCI slot covers. This is also the reason kung bakit mga PCI slot covers ngayon may vents na para makapasok ang hangin.

    On your Phanteks P400S case, enough na yung 2x140mm front mounted Noctua fans to provide airflow sa CPU and GPU section. Ideally I would prefer yung 3x120mm fans para may airflow din sa harddrive section and it will even reach the PSU.

    Yung rear exhaust fan can be a regular 120mm case fan and hindi naman kailangan ng expensive fan like Noctua. Hindi restrictive ang rear fan grill ng Phanteks P400S so any high airflow fan will do. If you want better temps sa CPU, just leave the top vent open para yung CPU cooler can pull fresh air from the top. Lagyan mo lang ng dust filter kasi magiging intake vent yung top panel.

    As for the GPU upgrade... good choice ang ASUS STRIX especially mga triple fan models. Yung videocard is long enough na yung third fan will get most of the fresh air from the front fans.
  • @Tiberivs

    Many thanks sir naka cryorig quad lumi currently gusto ko lang din mostly ng components gigabyte eh
  • @Squall_2798

    Sir, kamusta naman temp mo using Cryorig Quad Lumi?

    -- edited by tradcite on Aug 21 2019, 01:46 AM
  • Hi guys,

    What can you say with these CPU Coolers, what do you think is the more bang for the buck when it comes to cooling?

    1. CM Cooler Master Hyper 212 RGB Black Edition
    2. CM Cooler Master MasterAir MA410M, RGB
    3. CM Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML240R RGB
    4. NZXT Kraken M22
    5. Cryorig H7 Quad LUMI RGB

    Will be using a Ryzen 7 3700X.
  • @trradcite

    sa2600x na procie idle temp 50 C sa gaming naman mga nasa 60 to 65 C no aircon at nasa second floor po rig po.
  • @jmac2010: bang for the buck?... how about adding sa list mo ang deepcool and idcooling?... they have decent air and aio's na bang for the buck and rgb rin... max budget sir?...
  • @jma2010
    What can you say with these CPU Coolers, what do you think is the more bang for the buck when it comes to cooling?

    1. CM Cooler Master Hyper 212 RGB Black Edition = 2,710
    2. CM Cooler Master MasterAir MA410M, RGB = 3,560
    3. CM Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML240R RGB = 5,060
    4. NZXT Kraken M22 = 3,300
    5. Cryorig H7 Quad LUMI RGB = 3,290

    Will be using a Ryzen 7 3700X.

    Among the choices you mentioned... I would go with the Hyper 212 RGB Black Edition since it is the cheapest. Then maybe the Cryorig H7 Quad Lumi as the second option. The rest I feel are too expensive or you are mostly buying them for the aesthetics / lights / RGB. I'm not a fan of AIO watercoolers so I recommend you stick to aircooling if you want long term reliability.

    If you want bang for buck performance, take a look at ID Cooling SE-207 for only Php 2,120. It is a very affordable twin tower air cooler and should be able to cool an 8-core Ryzen CPU. It does not come with two RGB fans though so you need to buy your own if you want to have RGB.

    The other option is Cooler Master MasterAir MA620P which is also a twin tower cooler but comes with RGB fans. Price is a bit more expensive at Php 3,530 and cooling performance is probably the same as the ID Cooling SE-207.
  • additional lang for idcooling se-207... bili ka na lang ng triple fan pack ng idcooling in either rgb or argb variant (mobo dependent kung anong rgb meron ka)... then kung kaya pa ng space restriction... mag triple fan ka in push/mid/pull config... overkill na siguro?...

    se-207
    <click here for link>

    rgb fans
    <click here for link>