Master of Cramming
- Jan 19, 2019
Heyho im asking which pump/res combo could fit in the winterOne i thought at first im using the alphacool dc-lt pump, but i got yesterday lucky and got an 3080FE so it should be possible to get an bigger pump/res combo.
(btw found that cooler and directly fell in love with it it will look greate with the silver winter one )
2x https://www.alphacool.com/shop/radi...s-st30-full-copper-240mm-radiator-v.2?c=20542 (275x124x30mm)
Any idea which pump/res could fit ?
With that short GPU block, give yourself 20mm of space for fittings, and you have ~ 87mm of space behind the GPU, and between 63-80mm of space depending on whether you're mounting a tube res or a pump and box res above / below the spine.
Hi, very new to the forum here. I've got both the NH-L12S and Arctic passive AM4 cooler and plan to post results and comparisons with a 5900x. Results will be interesting, but I'm hoping that with an undervolt on the CPU, it should be possible in the Winter One to run stock frequencies with the Arctic passive. I became interested in this project once I read about the engineering work that went into the airflow as I prefer air cooling to water for portability, so we'll see if just a 70mm slab of a heat sink with a recommended ~60W TDP can keep ~125W CPU package under control in the Winter One with solid side panels and Arctic P140 case fans.
IIRC, @gelbetron (using a v10 Beta case) ran solid panels with an
The difference Is the Arctic heatsink is actually *designed* for passive operation, and operating it semi-passively (with linear airflow) will considerably increase its cooling capability. Should be fascinating to see how it performs in Winter One.
Edit: Morpheus ii