Prototyping DAN HSLP-48: A powerful sub 50mm heatsink

Van0

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Anybody using vlp ram for a 2700x or similar CPU (just got 2700x to upgrade my 1600)? Wondering if it is worth it. I currently have hynix m-die (v5.39 Corsair lpx 3200 cl16). I bought the black ridge v2(but it has sat in the box for about 2 months since I wanted vlp ram... But unsure of decent ram for ryzen) currently have a c7 (aluminum, but pre-ordered the graphene version from OCUK) and a slim raijintek RGB 120mm fan. Want to find decent vlp ram for my ryzen, because I don't want to upgrade CPU and downgrade ram. I know of adata's purple sticks on AliExpress but those are like 2666 @cl19 (IIRC) which sounds like a decent downgrade for the cpu performance upgrade.... Please let me know. :)
Yes, I have VLP Ram that is Samsung B-die. I'll be using the recently released tool to OC it this weekend but it should have good performance compared to the Adata sticks. I got them off of an eBay seller in the UK. They're still for sale, though a bit cheaper than I paid at £79 for 16GB sticks at the moment. The description is "innodisk (Samsung) 16GB DDR4 2400 PC4-19200 VLP UDIMM RAM M4C0-AGS1TCSJ". Currently I'm at 3200MHz CL17 but we'll see how I go over the weekend.
 

Hellow

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You can see my temp using a 3700x, VLP, 120mm fan and Black ridge on the Dan A4 case topic
 

paulesko

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Also my black ridge arrives on monday, I can put here my temps cooling a 3700x and compare it to a big shuriken 2 (old one) and also a scythe mugen (old one also) which are not compatible with am4, but I can manage to adapt them...
 

Instran0

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You can see my temp using a 3700x, VLP, 120mm fan and Black ridge on the Dan A4 case topic

could you please re-write your temps in this topic.

it would be very helpful.

i'm having problems viewing photos, which is very common on this forum.
 
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Hellow

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I'll monitor a stress test later this week-end. But y, even more far. I'm already around 80°C while gaming so...
 

Instran0

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I'll monitor a stress test later this week-end. But y, even more far. I'm already around 80°C while gaming so...

80°C sounds somewhat hot.

we'll need more info on the CryOrig C7 graphene, in order to compare.
 

paulesko

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theres a video on youtube where they test it (optimumtech) and it doesn´t seem better than the copper one.

I´m also having difficulties controlling temperatures on my 3700x it just has too much voltage ... so it´s hot.
 

Instran0

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theres a video on youtube where they test it (optimumtech) and it doesn´t seem better than the copper one.

i'm aware, but a sample size of just 1 reviewer isn't scientifically sound.

if that 1 reviewer installed it incorrectly, then the whole sample is corrupted.

we need a bigger sample size to adjust for that.
 

Instran0

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i think i installed my BlackRidge in push, instead of pull, & its throttling under load.

which is a fail.

i didn't think anyone wanted fail results.
 

rapidshrub

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i think i installed my BlackRidge in push, instead of pull, & its throttling under load.

which is a fail.

i didn't think anyone wanted fail results.
So blowing upwards, away from the motherboard?

Asking because mine came installed on the heatsink that way and temps aren't great but I've never used such a low profile cooler so I can't compare to anything. I've been too lazy to flip it but plan to.
 

Instran0

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So blowing upwards, away from the motherboard?

Asking because mine came installed on the heatsink that way and temps aren't great but I've never used such a low profile cooler so I can't compare to anything. I've been too lazy to flip it but plan to.

honestly i can't remember.

but i failed.

which is why i'm asking for other's temps.

not because i didn't purchase a BlackRidge; because due to my lack of skill, the installation was a fail.
 

Poblopuablo

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are you located in the USA ??

if so, i would be willing to assist you in getting items, for comparing both coolers.

as you can see from above, i'm highly interested in getting a comparison between coolers, however very few people have used a 120mm fan with their BlackRidge V2, and then written down temps.

many people keep saying they've used a 120mm fan, but forgot to write their temps, which is not helpful.

@GucksTV also seems to not write temps in English, or has them so they're unreadable, within his videos.

not helpful at all.
Yes I am. If you're on discord or Reddit unusually am on there more if you want to
dm. /u/poblopuablo
Or poblopuablo#2344
 

Poblopuablo

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Yes, I have VLP Ram that is Samsung B-die. I'll be using the recently released tool to OC it this weekend but it should have good performance compared to the Adata sticks. I got them off of an eBay seller in the UK. They're still for sale, though a bit cheaper than I paid at £79 for 16GB sticks at the moment. The description is "innodisk (Samsung) 16GB DDR4 2400 PC4-19200 VLP UDIMM RAM M4C0-AGS1TCSJ". Currently I'm at 3200MHz CL17 but we'll see how I go over the weekend.
I don't see the one you are talking about, but I see this one:

According to manufacturer these are ECC( for server/HEDT) sticks, do you think they would work with a b350 system?

Edit: source: https://www.innodisk.com/en/products/dram-module/server/Unbuffered_w_ECC_DDR4_LONG_DIMM_VLP
 

Instran0

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I don't see the one you are talking about, but I see this one:

According to manufacturer these are ECC( for server/HEDT) sticks, do you think they would work with a b350 system?

Edit: source: https://www.innodisk.com/en/products/dram-module/server/Unbuffered_w_ECC_DDR4_LONG_DIMM_VLP

someone else can correct me if i'm wrong, but believe you don't want " ECC server " RAM, because its not compatible.
 

Poblopuablo

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someone else can correct me if i'm wrong, but believe you don't want " ECC server " RAM, because its not compatible.
That was my understanding, but according to @Van0 he was able to get it to work, albeit idk what his system is, so it might be natively compatible.
 

Hellow

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ECC ram run on a non-ECC mode on some motherboards. At least it's the case with Gigabyte.

Read the spec of the motherboard to see if it supports ECC Ram.
 

Poblopuablo

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ECC ram run on a non-ECC mode on some motherboards. At least it's the case with Gigabyte.

Read the spec of the motherboard to see if it supports ECC Ram.

I have an asrock fatal1ty b350i, according to their page it will accept ECC ram for some cpu's. But it doesn't say if it will for Pinnacle Ridge (2700x). But I think it will. This is good news. :)
Thanks!!