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2019/02/06 00:19:31 (permalink)
 evga clc280 is good for i9 9900k.
if anyone use this combo please write me..
give me advice..
 
other loop cooler i dont want to buy..
if not goof clc280 i will use air evga..
 
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    streetglide420
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    Re: i9 9900k and evga clc280 2019/02/09 15:54:44 (permalink)
    Dont hesitate, they work great
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    Re: i9 9900k and evga clc280 2019/02/15 17:51:53 (permalink)
    OC to 5ghz.
     
    https://imgur.com/0kmXtAP  - temp at  kinda idle, i am watching stream/ talking on VOIP. 
     
    https://imgur.com/2yqWT3m  -temp while running cinebench at 100% load,
     
     
    evga clc 280 cannot run my cpu at 5ghz with Prime95 w/ small FFT, without hitting thremal max, though it will take up to 10 minutes or so. Thats a unrealistic load in any case scenario anyways, every other benchmark is passed with flying colors. 




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    streetglide420
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    Re: i9 9900k and evga clc280 2019/02/15 17:56:23 (permalink)
    my 280 clc runs my  9900k at 5.5 ghz just fine direct die cooled
     
    it also ran 5.3ghz before the delid just fine.
     
    i added more fans for push pull. the water temp will hit aroun 34c gaming sometimes, but its does just fine.
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    Re: i9 9900k and evga clc280 2019/02/15 21:37:14 (permalink)
    streetglide420
    my 280 clc runs my  9900k at 5.5 ghz just fine direct die cooled
     
    it also ran 5.3ghz before the delid just fine.
     
    i added more fans for push pull. the water temp will hit aroun 34c gaming sometimes, but its does just fine.


    bro 5.5ghz.... what fps u get on csgo benchmark? 700? LOL
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    streetglide420
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    Re: i9 9900k and evga clc280 2019/02/16 08:09:00 (permalink)
    HAHA! idk i didnt try it. but my cinebench score is 2403.
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    Re: i9 9900k and evga clc280 2019/11/18 14:16:43 (permalink)
    streetglide420
    my 280 clc runs my  9900k at 5.5 ghz just fine direct die cooled
     
    it also ran 5.3ghz before the delid just fine.
     
    i added more fans for push pull. the water temp will hit aroun 34c gaming sometimes, but its does just fine.


    streetglide420
    my 280 clc runs my  9900k at 5.5 ghz just fine direct die cooled
     
    it also ran 5.3ghz before the delid just fine.
     
    i added more fans for push pull. the water temp will hit aroun 34c gaming sometimes, but its does just fine.





    HI
    what did you use for the cpu block ? the standard kit inlcluded with the clc ? i am evaluating to direct die but i am not sure it'll make contact
     
    Thanks

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    MB:   EVGA Z370 MICRO
    AIO:  EVGA CLC 280/4x Noctua Chromax
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    GPU:  EVGA RTX 2080 FTW3 ULTRA HYBRID
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    streetglide420
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    Re: i9 9900k and evga clc280 2019/11/18 14:29:36 (permalink)
    it will not work with the stock standoffs for the CLC280. I had to rig my own from the hardware store. I dont personally recommend this because you can over tighten and crack the die. I learned the hard way.
     
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    Re: i9 9900k and evga clc280 2019/11/18 14:39:28 (permalink)
    streetglide420
    it will not work with the stock standoffs for the CLC280. I had to rig my own from the hardware store. I dont personally recommend this because you can over tighten and crack the die. I learned the hard way.
     


    Damn it... i knew it, i still have the 8700 k, i may try with it before switching to the 9900, it is 2 years old and if something happens.. i guess Amen lol, basically i should find possibly nice M3 screws and cut them the right lenght.. right ?
     
    Thanks dude 

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    MB:   EVGA Z370 MICRO
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    Re: i9 9900k and evga clc280 2019/11/18 14:50:02 (permalink)
    streetglide420
    it will not work with the stock standoffs for the CLC280. I had to rig my own from the hardware store. I dont personally recommend this because you can over tighten and crack the die. I learned the hard way.
     


    Dang .. Thank you for sharing your painful experience on cracking the die.
     
    Hopefully it will help other avoid the same fate

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    Re: i9 9900k and evga clc280 2019/11/19 03:34:47 (permalink)
    I agree it sucks hear you cracked the die on the I9-9900K. The CLC-280 has the power to cool a chip like that but if you are going to the hardware store to build stand offs for it then it's probably best to avoid unless you are comfortable with that. Hopefully EVGA will be looking at the stand off and seeing how they can change it to add better support.

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    Re: i9 9900k and evga clc280 2019/11/23 09:52:06 (permalink)
    (removed) are you guys talking about? I have CLC280 works just fine with 9900K ?
     
     
     
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    post edited by Cool GTX - 2019/11/23 10:33:01

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    Re: i9 9900k and evga clc280 2019/11/23 10:38:53 (permalink)
    I have used the clc280 for my 9900k on the Z390 Dark. It works great. i have benched to 5.3 MHz too.
    I upgraded to the clc360 but the temps are the same.
    Here is a pic of the rear, everyone is concerned about.

     
     

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