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Master Geek


# 251039 5-Jun-2019 21:38
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Just replaced a good DeepCool air cooler (was $60) with this $88 unit from Mighty Ape;

 

https://www.mightyape.co.nz/product/be-quiet-silent-loop-120mm/26164126

 

My OC Ryzen 5 was running in the 60's during Cinebench R20 and after 5 runs its maxed out at 37 !!

 

For $88 I dont think you can go wrong, the 45mm Raidiator is all copper (and heavy) .. plus gives it nearly as much surface area as some thinner 240mm unit

 

The 2x Be Quiet fans have lowered my noise level massivly too ..

 

I am guessing Mighty Ape are getting out of the BeQuiet! range so make the most of it.

 

 

 

 


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  # 2252828 6-Jun-2019 10:57
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Looks like it's 2016 model and requires a different mount kit for AMD AM4 CPUs.




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  # 2252868 6-Jun-2019 11:35
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mouwen:

 

Looks like it's 2016 model and requires a different mount kit for AMD AM4 CPUs.

 

 

I got mine yesterday and it included the AM4 mounting parts (some extra washers) .. fitted on my Asrock AB350M Pro no issues.


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