I have a like-new-in-box Cryorig C7G Graphene cooler I've evaluated briefly (less than a week). It performed really well in an open bench environment, but I find its closeness to my case side panel generates some turbulence even when I swapped the heatsink's fan with a Noctua...
So up to this point I have been running a Cryorig C7 on my i6500; this cooler is considered by many to be the pinnacle of SFF cooling.
I have been following the CoolChip kinetic cooler for about 2 years and was ecstatic when I saw Thermaltake may finally bring the product to...
I'm thinking of designing out a fan bracket for the C7, they're taking a bit long with releasing one of their own. I'd be open to suggestions, as to fan mounting options, what size fan, etc. if anyone wants to chime in early in the design. I'll stick it up on Thingiverse, Shapeways or something...
Sooo does anyone have experience reversing the flow of CPU cooler in a small form factor? - to intake from bottem through radiator, and exhaust out top?
I see some post saying it improves temps, and looking at my Cryorig C7 crammed in between RAM and motherboard components, it seems...
So just finished my new build and already in trouble.
6700k 4 GHz
Asus Z170i PRO Gaming
32 GB G.Skill Ripjaws V 3000
Asus GTX 1080 Strix A
Samsung EVO 850
I have fine temps and no trouble, but then when I fire up a game... (Screenshot from after shutting down...