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April 9, 2014 8:58:30 AM

Hi Right now i m Using Amd Fx 8350 Stock Cooler

Suggest Me any best cpu cooler for AMFX 8350
which should be silent and keep the CPU cool or should make CPU cool down fastly :love: 

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April 9, 2014 9:02:21 AM

Cooler master hyper 212 plus Evo (29$) is the best CPU cooler for the price, will keep this CPU very cool and is pretty quiet the 120mm fan on it is pretty good, could even upgrade that to a noctua fan if needed but the one on it is descent and very silent already....my CPU is overclocked to 4.4ghz with 1.435 volts on the core and the temps while playing heavy games nevers exceed 47c in a standard mid tower atx gaming case with only 1 intake and 1 exaust fans (120mm each) for the price you can't beat that cooler and it is the one most people would recommand for air cooling down the beast.

http://www.ncixus.com/products/?sku=64385&vpn=RR-212E-2...
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April 9, 2014 9:04:10 AM

Need more info.

Do you actually want silent (as in no fans)? or something that performs better and is quieter than the stock one?
Budget
Do you have any thermal product/experience using them?
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April 9, 2014 9:05:18 AM

menetlaus said:
Need more info.

Do you actually want silent (as in no fans)? or something that performs better and is quieter than the stock one?
Budget
Do you have any thermal product/experience using them?


absolutely no silent (fanless) CPU cooler will keep that beastly of a CPU cool for sure...unless the OP want watercooling (wich i guess he would have stated in his first post) then the hyper 212 is the way to go IMHO

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April 9, 2014 9:10:19 AM

paitjsu sadff said:
Cooler master hyper 212 plus Evo (29$) is the best CPU cooler for the price, will keep this CPU very cool and is pretty quiet the 120mm fan on it is pretty good, could even upgrade that to a noctua fan if needed but the one on it is descent and very silent already....my CPU is overclocked to 4.4ghz with 1.435 volts on the core and the temps while playing heavy games nevers exceed 47c in a standard mid tower atx gaming case with only 1 intake and 1 exaust fans (120mm each) for the price you can't beat that cooler and it is the one most people would recommand for air cooling down the beast.

http://www.ncixus.com/products/?sku=64385&vpn=RR-212E-2...



Oc 47% :ouch: 
What MB and Case you use ?? (i mean link)
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April 9, 2014 9:16:34 AM

benchmarker said:


Oc 47% :ouch: 
What MB and Case you use ?? (i mean link)


Yup, OC 47c while playing BF4 for an hour, gets up to about 58-60c while running prime for 15 minutes, but i wount suggest you run a torture test like that for more than that...15 minutes is enough to know if an overclock is game stable or not, my games never crash so it is stable to me.

My case is a 4 years old thermaltake soprano RS : http://www.ctpcomputer.com/Product%20Image/CA-Thermalta...

My motherboard is a gigabyte 970a-UD3P rev1.0 (it has an 8+2 digital powerphase) http://www.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=...

The overclock went like a breeze on that chip i only raised the multiplier to 22, set manual vcore to 1.435 and set memory to XMP profile 1 (1866mhz) i run this with a GTX780 by MSI and it blast through any games...
I tested i can reach 4650mhz with 1.5v on the core but it is not worth it it makes no difference in any games so for longevity i stay at 4.4ghz but i know i can get it even faster if needed...

But the way i calculate my overclock it gives me more like a 26.2% increase over stock speed of 3.5ghz for that CPU...
it's just a small overclock i think, i can reach 4.6 - 4.8 if i take time to mess with this a little bit, but it is not worth it to me...


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April 9, 2014 9:23:10 AM

paitjsu sadff said:
benchmarker said:


Oc 47% :ouch: 
What MB and Case you use ?? (i mean link)


My case is a 4 years old thermaltake soprano RS : http://www.ctpcomputer.com/Product%20Image/CA-Thermalta...

My motherboard is a gigabyte 970a-UD3P rev1.0 (it has an 8+2 digital powerphase) http://www.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=...

The overclock went like a breeze on that chip i only raised the multiplier to 22, set manual vcore to 1.435 and set memory to XMP profile 1 (1866mhz) i run this with a GTX780 by MSI and it blast through any games...
I tested i can reach 4650mhz with 1.5v on the core but it is not worth it it makes no difference in any games so for longevity i stay at 4.4ghz but i know i can get it even faster if needed...

But the way i calculate my overclock it gives me more like a 26.2% increase over stock speed of 3.5ghz for that CPU...i just a small overclock i think, i can reach 4.6 - 4.8 if i take time to mess with this a little bit, but it is not worth it to me...




So can U suggest me Good Case For me i m in search of it...
Even MB also if u help means it will be so Helpful for me
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April 9, 2014 9:31:19 AM

benchmarker said:

So can U suggest me Good Case For me i m in search of it...
Even MB also if u help means it will be so Helpful for me


well, for the case it all depends on taste and how much you are willing to spend on it, but personaly if i was to buy a case today the thermaltake Chaser a-31 i know is a good case for 89$ it comes in white, black or blue, personaly i find the white one quite attractive..http://www.thermaltakeusa.com/products-model.aspx?id=C_...

it packs every feature you might want from a case and allow for great watercooling options and good airflow, great quality all around the reviewrs all agree this is an awesome case for the price...lots of space for cable managements and hooks on the back makes it very easy to achieve a nice looking machine, will not empty your pockets, will look nice and keep stuff cool...if you tell me what your budget is and what are your taste a little, it will help suggesting something better maybe if you don't like this one...

For the motherboard if all you want is good overclocking features and dont mind going with a 970 chipset you can save big bucks going with the gigabyte 970a-UD3P, it is a very good quality board that will allow for highest overclocks it has 8+2 digi power phase as stated before, good quality VRM's and mosfets good quality components all aroung, unless you want to do some crossfire/SLI configuration (cause it only has 1x pcie 16x slot, the other is 4x so....yeah)
If you need 2x Pcie 16x slot then your next best board would be the 990FX chipset: Asus M5A99X EVO it has also a digi VRM with 6+2 power phase only but they are also good quality and good for overclocking, and if you are not on any sort of budget the best board 990FX i think is the ASUS sabertooth 990FX
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April 9, 2014 9:41:01 AM

paitjsu sadff said:
benchmarker said:

So can U suggest me Good Case For me i m in search of it...
Even MB also if u help means it will be so Helpful for me


well, for the case it all depends on taste and how much you are willing to spend on it, but personaly if i was to buy a case today the thermaltake Chaser a-31 i know is a good case for 89$ it comes in white, black or blue, personaly i find the white one quite attractive..http://www.thermaltakeusa.com/products-model.aspx?id=C_...

it packs every feature you might want from a case and allow for great watercooling options and good airflow, great quality all around the reviewrs all agree this is an awesome case for the price...lots of space for cable managements and hooks on the back makes it very easy to achieve a nice looking machine, will not empty your pockets, will look nice and keep stuff cool...if you tell me what your budget is and what are your taste a little, it will help suggesting something better maybe if you don't like this one...

For the motherboard if all you want is good overclocking features and dont mind going with a 970 chipset you can save big bucks going with the gigabyte 970a-UD3P, it is a very good quality board that will allow for highest overclocks it has 8+2 digi power phase as stated before, good quality VRM's and mosfets good quality components all aroung, unless you want to do some crossfire/SLI configuration (cause it only has 1x pcie 16x slot, the other is 4x so....yeah)
If you need 2x Pcie 16x slot then your next best board would be the 990FX chipset: Asus M5A99X EVO it has also a digi VRM with 6+2 power phase only but they are also good quality and good for overclocking, and if you are not on any sort of budget the best board 990FX i think is the ASUS sabertooth 990FX


mindblowing answers

But newegg does not ship to my location

so This is the shop were i can easily get in my location so can u pick from this shop
http://www.flipkart.com/computers/computer-components/m...
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April 9, 2014 9:47:37 AM

paitjsu sadff said:
benchmarker said:

So can U suggest me Good Case For me i m in search of it...
Even MB also if u help means it will be so Helpful for me


well, for the case it all depends on taste and how much you are willing to spend on it, but personaly if i was to buy a case today the thermaltake Chaser a-31 i know is a good case for 89$ it comes in white, black or blue, personaly i find the white one quite attractive..http://www.thermaltakeusa.com/products-model.aspx?id=C_...

it packs every feature you might want from a case and allow for great watercooling options and good airflow, great quality all around the reviewrs all agree this is an awesome case for the price...lots of space for cable managements and hooks on the back makes it very easy to achieve a nice looking machine, will not empty your pockets, will look nice and keep stuff cool...if you tell me what your budget is and what are your taste a little, it will help suggesting something better maybe if you don't like this one...

For the motherboard if all you want is good overclocking features and dont mind going with a 970 chipset you can save big bucks going with the gigabyte 970a-UD3P, it is a very good quality board that will allow for highest overclocks it has 8+2 digi power phase as stated before, good quality VRM's and mosfets good quality components all aroung, unless you want to do some crossfire/SLI configuration (cause it only has 1x pcie 16x slot, the other is 4x so....yeah)
If you need 2x Pcie 16x slot then your next best board would be the 990FX chipset: Asus M5A99X EVO it has also a digi VRM with 6+2 power phase only but they are also good quality and good for overclocking, and if you are not on any sort of budget the best board 990FX i think is the ASUS sabertooth 990FX


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April 9, 2014 9:48:25 AM

benchmarker said:

mindblowing answers

But newegg does not ship to my location

so This is the shop were i can easily get in my location so can u pick from this shop
http://www.flipkart.com/computers/computer-components/m...


well..this site you linked only offers 3 type of case and they are all 3 out of stock, they do not offer a lot of choice regarding the motherboard either...is there any other places you could order the parts from?
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April 9, 2014 9:52:09 AM

paitjsu sadff said:
benchmarker said:

mindblowing answers

But newegg does not ship to my location

so This is the shop were i can easily get in my location so can u pick from this shop
http://www.flipkart.com/computers/computer-components/m...


well..this site you linked only offers 3 type of case and they are all 3 out of stock, they do not offer a lot of choice regarding the motherboard either...is there any other places you could order the parts from?


Try this one
MB: http://www.snapdeal.com/products/computers-components/?...
CASE: http://www.snapdeal.com/products/computers-components/?...
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April 9, 2014 10:03:02 AM



Prefered motherboard would be gigabyte 970a-UD3p but since it's not available on both sites i would go with this one : http://www.snapdeal.com/product/asus-m5a97-evo-r20-moth... unless you need 2x PCIe 16 slots for SLI/CFX...

...again not much choice for the case on the 2nd website.

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April 9, 2014 10:11:32 AM

paitjsu sadff said:


Prefered motherboard would be gigabyte 970a-UD3p but since it's not available on both sites i would go with this one : http://www.snapdeal.com/product/asus-m5a97-evo-r20-moth... unless you need 2x PCIe 16 slots for SLI/CFX...

...again not much choice for the case on the 2nd website.



okay wait let me search this MB (gigabyte 970a-UD3p) in all possible sites weather i can get in my location

Hmm so suggest your case i will make something to bring to my location

but first case whuch u have suggest is avail :) 
http://www.snapdeal.com/product/thermaltake-chaser-a31-...;202
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April 9, 2014 10:51:38 AM

So Asus M5A97 EVO R2.0 Motherboard
Will be equal enough to gigabyte 970a-UD3p

Or it has some drawbacks
Will it be good at oc and heat contorl... Etc

Because I searched all possible sites unluckely. I don't get gigabyte 970a-UD3p MB in my location :-(

So tell about this itself (i.e)Asus M5A97 EVO R2.0 Motherboard
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April 9, 2014 10:58:48 AM

benchmarker said:
So Asus M5A97 EVO R2.0 Motherboard
Will be equal enough to gigabyte 970a-UD3p

Or it has some drawbacks
Will it be good at oc and heat contorl... Etc

Because I searched all possible sites unluckely. I don't get gigabyte 970a-UD3p MB in my location :-(

So tell about this itself (i.e)Asus M5A97 EVO R2.0 Motherboard

ok 1st about the case yes this is the one i like i don't know if you like it and i'm not familiar with the pricing used in those sites i'm more a US dollar guy you know...(LOL HEHE) but if the price sounds good to you and you like the case well fine i'm sure you will not regret it you can check reviews online to see if its a product that you're interested in, i know from a quality/price standpoint it's a good product.

For the motherboard yes the ASUS board will provide the same feature as the gigabyte 970a-ud3p but the power phase is on this board 6+2+2 wich i believe is pretty much equal to a 8+2 like the gigabyte...i know for a fact that this asus board is a good board for overclocking those CPU's...again if the price is right for you check reviews and see or yourself its a good motherboard for the price that will allow great overclocking on FX83xx cpu's...
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April 9, 2014 11:09:32 AM

Thanks paitjsu sadff
Right now as you said that asus board itself will buy because I have no other go

But tell about that in depth plz will it be one of the best pick because my mind is full of that gigabyte only because each time you point out that
If possible any comparision can be shown for me

Or pros and cons of the both board because you seems expert in it so only I m asking
so plz do one final full answer to me.... :-) :-)

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April 9, 2014 11:24:26 AM

To make it short, both the ASUS and gigabyte boards are great quality board with high quality components that will sustain much abuse and allow for great overclocking potential and good northbridge and VRM cooling (copper heatpipes and heatsinks), both boards are 970 chipset wich feature USB3, SATA3 and all the other great features of an high-end 990FX chipset board but with only one PCIe 16x slot for graphics card (so you can't do SLI or crossfire configuration on these 970 boards, if you plan on using 2 gpu's you NEED a 990FX board, but those are easily 50% more expensive usualy...) The only difference between both board is the way the power is distributed to the CPU, the gigabyte being an 8+2 digital power phase and the ASUS board is a 6+2+2 digital power phase, but that makes no difference because even some boards that feature only 4+2 power phase can be good board for overclocking as long as they use good quality VRM's and mofsets...so those 2 board are actualy the cream of the crops in terms of power distribution to the CPU and both will sustain the required 125w TPD for the CPU and will sustain in fact a lot more than that when you overclock the CPU and raise the voltage you will rise this TDP to 150 - 160w. and those boards will both handle that quite well...so one or the other, both just as good, i just prefer the gigabyte but i would take the ASUS if not available no problem there.

But keep in mind that to reach such great overclocks you need to get the cooler master hyper 212 CPU cooler or equivalent and you need an adequalty vented PC case with at least one 120mm intake fan in the front (2 is even better) and 1x 120mm exaust fan at the back...minimum. The CPU cooler comes with some cheap cooler master thermal paste but i suggest you order some artic silver quality paste while you're there...
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April 9, 2014 11:35:42 AM

A very big thanks to you
right now I m fixed with board so
Soon I will open a thread for case and cooling techniques
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