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Thermalright Intros Silver Arrow TR4 CPU Cooler

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2018/07/12 10:17:27 (permalink)
http://www.guru3d.com/new...yzen-threadripper.html
 
That is one big cooler but if you have to cool down a 32 core Threadripper 2 on air then this is probably what you need although personally I would have added a 2nd fan. Capable of handling thermal loads of up to 320W. An enlarged nickel-plated copper base designed to provide full coverage of the Threadripper IHS. The company didn't reveal pricing.
 


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    Re: Thermalright Intros Silver Arrow TR4 CPU Cooler 2018/07/12 10:24:37 (permalink)
    320W and eight heatpipes, so each pipe can transfer 40W of dissipation, higher than the usual 30W.

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    Re: Thermalright Intros Silver Arrow TR4 CPU Cooler 2018/07/12 12:32:18 (permalink)
    Looks like the fan clips on like Noctua fans do, so I bet you could add a second or even third fan if you liked.

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    Re: Thermalright Intros Silver Arrow TR4 CPU Cooler 2018/07/13 09:04:22 (permalink)
    TR4 would be better served with a high-end water cooling setup, such as a dual fan model
     
    the dual fan water coolers are usually capable of 300W of thermal load
     
    you need an EATX chassis to have the room for the larger water coolers too


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    Re: Thermalright Intros Silver Arrow TR4 CPU Cooler 2018/07/13 10:01:40 (permalink)
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    TR4 would be better served with a high-end water cooling setup, such as a dual fan model
     
    the dual fan water coolers are usually capable of 300W of thermal load
     
    you need an EATX chassis to have the room for the larger water coolers too


    Agreed. I would only trust AIO or custom water loops for Threadripper cooling.

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    Re: Thermalright Intros Silver Arrow TR4 CPU Cooler 2018/07/13 15:10:48 (permalink)
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    TR4 would be better served with a high-end water cooling setup, such as a dual fan model
     
    the dual fan water coolers are usually capable of 300W of thermal load
     
    you need an EATX chassis to have the room for the larger water coolers too


    Agreed. I would only trust AIO or custom water loops for Threadripper cooling.


    Unless overclock the need for water cooling on threadripper is vastly over stated. Mine cools perfectly well with the Arctic tr4 cooler. Especially in games where the vast majority of cores are doing nothing it usually keeps my chip below 50c.

    Even movie editing sees it rarely crest 70.

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    Re: Thermalright Intros Silver Arrow TR4 CPU Cooler 2018/07/13 17:34:44 (permalink)
    I would be worried about the stress on the motherboard to support it. It probably would be ok but an AIO or water cooling would really put less stress around the socket. Of course that is just based on what I would think eight heat pipes would weigh.
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    Re: Thermalright Intros Silver Arrow TR4 CPU Cooler 2018/07/13 17:44:07 (permalink)
    I know my noctua D15 suggests dismounting it during transport, but if it's a stationary tower in a desk, and it uses a backing plate like mine does, I bet it would be fine.

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    Re: Thermalright Intros Silver Arrow TR4 CPU Cooler 2018/07/13 20:56:48 (permalink)
    Wow this thing is a monster.  Honestly if I was going TR, I would go with a closed loop at least.  Air cooling would not do it justice.  And the stress on the socket, as already mentioned, well I would hate to have to buy a new motherboard because of the socket being ripped from it.

     

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    Re: Thermalright Intros Silver Arrow TR4 CPU Cooler 2018/07/15 17:19:40 (permalink)
     
    That thing is Yuge. Should do the job it was made to do just fine.    

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