Published on 30th August 2013 by
Originally Posted by jrs77The biggest problem for air-cooling your components is still the crappy interiror layout of PC-cases. If you have unhindered airflow from front to back of the case then you can lower the deltaT even more then by using these massive coolers with two or more fans attached.
Think of a 120mm diameter tube from front to back with the cooler inbetween. That's the best you can do actually and it's quiet easily doable with a flexible airduct. You wouldn't even need a front-intake or a fan attached to the cooler itself in that setup but only an exhaust in the back that draws the air through the duct.
Originally Posted by ShirtyEverything's just licensed from random Chinese OEMs these days, they just make it sound clever and German by re-branding it.
Originally Posted by SchizoFrogPersonally I think your idea is crappy, especially with smaller cases. A tube going from front to back just for CPU cooling airflow is cumbersome to say the least. It would block airflow from other devices moving around while also blocking any use for an intake fan in the front, for a storage drive caddy for example, not to mention make it awkward to get at your components and looking damn right fugly as hell.
Originally Posted by SchizoFrogWell done Corky, I am sure it makes you feel a better person too. Yet you still continue to pick hairs about something that doesn't even affect the point I was making.
Originally Posted by SolidShotIm still not convinced why you would chose this over an all in one cpu cooler like the H100?
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