Topic Title: FX-9590 - Heat Sink
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Created On: 03/25/2014 04:46 AM
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 03/27/2014 01:36 PM
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t77chevy
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Lol....well I tried..I have the same setup as you "amd 9590 with asrock extreme 9 along with 32g 1866 ram and crossfire r9 290x " I know for sure water cool works for these processor..His may stay under 61c with air cooled at 1.4 ect volts for his 8350 but is it as low as mine ? And by the way the 9590 is 1.53 volts factory .mine is 1.55 volt running 5.5 with turbo boost off..Although this thread hasn't been really helpful everyone who uses the 9590 is using water cooling and have no problems..Some closed loop manufacturer even warranty from their unit leaking and will replace parts damaged if it happens..I myself clean mine monthly And check everything is tight in the process .....happy gaming .

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 03/27/2014 04:02 PM
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I used to bash liquid cooling back in 2009, but this was before closed loop coolers and other high quality custom loop components they use now. And there are two good reasons why I linked a report using an Intel processor: A) Pretty much all review sites use Intel processors to eliminate bottlenecks with their game testing, and B) Intel chips run hotter than AMD's when overclocked, and a warmer temperature taxes a cooler harder to show its capabilities.

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 03/27/2014 04:30 PM
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Alright, this will make AMDforMe shut up for good now. I asked Corsair how conductive the liquid in their closed loop coolers was. Here is their response:

It's conductive, BUT...

If it leaks it's not fire and destruction. There might be magic smoke at worst.

And it bears mentioning that we are the only vendor of liquid coolers that warrants the rest of your computer against leaks. So if he gets an H100i and against all odds it does leak and damage his system, we'll replace the damaged parts.


You can ask them yourself if you don't believe me.

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 03/28/2014 03:53 AM
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I would recommand a Cooler Master V10 minimum if you really want to use air cooling to be safe,or you can get a watercooling kit pump,reservoir,double fan radiator ect...don't get a single fan radiator with closed loop , even your CM v8 GTS is better than theses.



Edited: 03/28/2014 at 08:37 PM by mrfla
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