We have the IS-40X, not sure which version it is but it looks like the one in this store page. I think it is V3 and that there isn't a PRO variant as it's not on the page. There are IS-40X and IS-40 PRO coolers but those are two different generations and the PRO line is discontinued.Anyone used the ID-COOLING IS40X V3 PRO cooler with the Sentry 2.0?
Could you please check the noise levels while using something like a dust filter? You do have one, I know.It's still in the box, I'll use the stock one and then I'll try to see if that's a problem.
The alu one is pretty bad on high RPM, but once again this is not an issue with the fan but it being close to perforation.
If somehow the CU/G model makes it run at lower RPMs then it'll make sense to me.
Its important to note the 3700x actually runs around 88 W TDP at stock. I had the same question earlier in the thread.The 3700x is still 65W TDP. So that should be ok with a good cooler. The 3900x has a TDP of 105W. I don't how well that would work in a Sentry 2.0.
I also have a question regarding delivery of the latest sale. I ordered a black unit and got the confirmation email by PayPal but never anything else like a shipping info or tracking number. Is that normal? Were the units shipped already?
I think you should wait on the GPU, Ampere is right around the corner. If it were a month ago I would've said go for it, but now I think it would be worth wait a few weeks. Unless Nvidia releases the GPUs at crazy prices.This is my projected build when the Sentry arrives:
Ryzen 5 3600
Noctua L9 AM4 Chromax
Gigabyte B550I AORUS PRO AX Mini ITX AM4 Motherboard
Western Digital SN750 500GB NVME SSD
Crucial MX500 1 TB SSD
EVGA RTX2070 Super XC Gaming
Troublesome part is just finding parts, especially the ITX Motherboard, GPU, and PS in stock.
I think the safest Ryzen is the Ryzen 3600 ( not the 3600X wich has a 95W base TDP ).Hey everyone. Dzien Dobry @SaperPL, and thank you very much for creating such an amazing product.
I just ordered my Sentry 2.0 in the recent limited sale (I rushed to get it within the first 3-5 minutes) and I am waiting for it to arrive.
I am currently saving money and waiting for the new Ampere GPUs as I'd like to build a no-compromise PC.
I am also thinking about a Ryzen 3700x or a 3900x (I know the TDP is really high). What would you say is the absolute strongest Ryzen that the Sentry 2.0 can handle and what is the BEST (and maybe biggest?) cooler to pair it up with that can still fit?
Thank you very much in advance.
What about the all-copper Cryorig C7 CU? Has anyone tested that? What is the max TDP it can handle?I think the safest Ryzen is the Ryzen 3600 ( not the 3600X wich has a 95W base TDP ).
I went with the 3700X in my Sentry for the 8 core 16 threads and because it's also rated 65W, with the Noctua NH-L9a it does throttle at 95 degres at full 88W. Wait for SaperPL to test how the Cryorig C7g does, the C7 aluminium was doing fine with open case but the fan is too close to the case and the noise was really LOUD.
You can lower the max TDP of the CPU, at 80W max the NH-L9a is enough for the CPU to not throttle. Unless you are not planing to use a GPU and go for a really big AIO ABSOLUTLY DON'T GO for the 3900X, Ryzen with 105W TDP use up to 142W and I don't see anything fitting the Sentry taking care of that
What about the all-copper Cryorig C7 CU? Has anyone tested that? What is the max TDP it can handle?
Wow,, i will do this after i got another side panel from ZZ. If they are selling parts by parts >_<a copper or Graphene-copper C7 can handle 95W TDP or higher, but not in a Sentry.
that's because you need an airgap of at least 3mm, & the Zaber Sentry only has a 1mm airgap.
although you could mod your Sentry, to fix that :