DAN HSLP-48: A powerful sub 50mm heatsink

Discussion in 'Small Form Factor Systems' started by dondan, Feb 21, 2017.

  1. FredomFM

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    Currently not at home, so I can't look up details, but I have 32GB (2×16) of micron b die on VLP Stick and they run with 3200mhz cl16 19 19 ?? ?? @1.35v on a 2700x.
    They don't really seem to scale too well with voltage.
    I got mine for 200€ total from ebay from a company that was apparently selling left overs from a project.
     
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  2. sdfewfe

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    The Innodisk ones seem to be available for 226 USD each for the 16GB sticks at 2666MHz, if you google the part number: M4U0-AGS1WCIK
    They seem to be CL19 at 2666 MHz. CL17 @ 2400 and CL15 @ 2133. According to https://www.simms.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/DDR4-VLP-UDIMM.pdf


    There's a Micron 3200MHz one available as well, part number is MTA18ADF2G72AZ-3G2E1 for the 16GB ones. Very pricey as far as I can see though (over 300 USD).
     
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    On Ryzen, in gaming, you will gain more performance from high frequency ram than over clocking your CPU. A 1700 with 3200 ram matches a 1800x with 2330 ram.
     
  4. mirgus

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    Am i the only one checking the alpenföhn website almost every day for aviability :D :D :D?
     
  5. Ej24

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    Any estimate on commercial/etailer availability? I vaguely remember hearing something about October?
     
  6. mirgus

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    Don't know, I hope it will be released this year
     
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    Any link as to where those 3200 sticks are available, only ddr3 pops up for me.
     
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    It might be in order to fit motherboards with those I/O shields, that are in high fashion these days. But, I'm just guessing here! You'll need low profile RAM type Corsair Vengeance LPX for this cooler anyways.
     
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    Thanks, that's not exactly your regular electronics store. After a bit more searching, I've found a whole 1 other similar store (mouser) that sells it by the hundred still at €270,- a piece. I guess I'll settle for a 92mm fan...
     
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    Yeah, it's certainly not a consumer oriented part. Perhaps it's also a relatively recent release, and just hasn't made its way to (business-oriented) suppliers yet? The 2666MHz ones seem to be a bit easier to find, although still too expensive to be a reasonable option. There's actually one stick listed on eBay right now for a decent price in my country - but just the one. I'm not sure if I should jump on it hoping that another one might pop up in the future...
     
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    Always buy the full amout of ram you want, mixing ram even of the same specs from different batches is a recipe for trouble.
     
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    Eh... If it's half price I'd be willing to take the risk. ;) I've had completely differently-specced modules mixed before, and didn't have any problems.
     
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    That Alpenföhn Black Ridge looks great. Is that was this cooler is going to be?
     
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    As I understand it, yes.
     
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  16. 3vilgenius

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    Can't wait to see the benchmarks with this cooler.
     
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    Is this cooler coming out in 2018?
     
  18. Ej24

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    The teaser video was published on August 21st and says "coming soon". So probably either very late this year or early next year. Perhaps they plan to show it off at CES 2019 in January to generate some hype and then launch? Just a guess. Seems plausible.
     
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    EKL Alpenföhn isn't present at the CES, at least i think so because I never heared of them beeing there
     
  20. Vlad502

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    I hope for "next week" (24th or 25th)
     
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  21. mirgus

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    14.11 at caseking
     
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    *heavy breathing* oh man I can't wait.
     
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    What's the most economical way to import this cooler to the US?
     
  25. Ej24

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    I was wondering too. IIRC when I've tried to order from Caseking and other European e-tailers there's no way to put in a US address for shipping or billing.
     
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    I would offer to send u guys some coolers but I think the shipping + tax will be too expensive
     
  27. Nanook

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    I just pre-ordered from OCUK. Shipping is aboout GBP 19.62 (~USD25) for me.
     
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    I'm going to wait till some reviews come in before purchasing this, but I'm really excited. Hopefully it outperforms my Lp53 by a tangable amount.

    I wonder when Dondan's NDA lifts. It would be good to hear some of his thoughts.
     
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  29. PC-HAngover

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    Preordered from OCUK as well. $64 USD shipped.
     
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  30. Ej24

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    Thanks for the heads up. I already seem to be a collector of low profile cpu coolers. Idk how it happened... I guess what's the harm in having one more haha
     
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    Hmm I wonder:

    Noctua L12S (70mm)

    vs.

    Black Ridge heatsink with a Noctua A12x25 120mm cooler on top (72mm) or heck throw the 3000rpm industrial fan on there.

    Curious how a larger heatsink with a weaker fan (L12S) would fare against a weaker heatsink with a great fan (Black Ridge @72mm)
     
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  32. Ej24

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    I think greater heatsink almost always wins... There's only so much more airflow can do with a small cooler.
     
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  33. ezeftw

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    Im waiting for those reviews!
     
  34. Synomenon

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    I hope this becomes available on SFFLab as well...

    Also, I'm guessing this still wouldn't be enough to cool a 9900K in the A4...
     
  35. Ej24

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    Currently I just have a i7-4790k with an LP53 and noctua fan in my Ząber Sentry case. It's decent and runs 4.4ghz all cores at like 75C but it'd be nice to actually OC a bit. I pre-ordered so we'll see how it goes.
     
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  36. Vlad502

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    I`m curious to see motherboard support list, because with those 140mm lenght maybe it will block PCI-E slot of some motherboards with "heatpipes alondside memory slots" orientation
     
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  37. Ej24

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    Yeah I'm wondering if it'll block one of my SSD's in my Ząber Sentry. The chipset is between the pcie slot and cpu so that helps but this is a big cooler.
     
  38. CLOUDZZ

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    Is overclocker UK will be the only distibutor?Planning to buy this and ship to australia. As well, there is Overclocking mode with 120mm fan in their website. Is this confirmed to be able to configured inside dan case?
     
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    don't even try.. Unless you are running something like a gtx 1070.. Even then I don't think it will work.
    The biggest problem with the A4 isn't the cpu, but the heat from the gpu. I've switched between a 1080ti to a 1070 and 2080ti. The 2080ti heats up the case like crazy and the CPU gets 10-15c hotter even with the case sides off.
    I got an idea on how to minimize the heat from the gpu to the cpu which I hope to do in the coming months, but it will most likely be done on the ghost s1 and then my A4 cases after.
     
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