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Be Quiet! BK022 - Refrigerador de líquido CPU, Color Plata
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- Silent Wings Ventilador PWM de 135 mm y Silent Wings 3 Ventilador PWM
- Equilibrio óptimo de refrigeración y silencio con solo 24.3 dB (A) a la velocidad máxima del ventilador.
- Siete tubos de calor de cobre de alto rendimiento que proporcionan una conductancia de calor máxima.
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be quiet! Dark Rock PRO 4 Dual Tower CPU Cooler, 7 Heatpipes, 120mm+135mm Silent Wings PWM Fans, Al/Cu, 250W TDP
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I have used AIO water cooling for years including the NZXT Kraken x62, Corsair H80i, Swifttech H320 X2, etc. Each time I was generally disappointed by the noise they make. I would not consider them silent, with pump noise being my biggest peeve. Most of these pumps tend to starting making a ticking type noise that can be very annoying. Smaller AIO's need to use higher rpms on the fans for cooling which generally equates to loud fans.
So this time around other than the obvious performance of a new gaming rig, keeping the rig silent and still cool was at the top of my priorities. I dont care about RGB, windows, etc.
My build is:
* i7-9700k with this cooler
* MSI MPG Z390M Gaming Edge mATX motherboard
* 32GB (2x 16GB) Corsair LPX DDR4 3200 RAM. CMK32GX4M2B3200C16
* 1TB Samsung 970 Evo m.2 NVMe SSD
* MSI RTX 2080 Duke GPU
* Seasonic 850watt plat PSU SSR-850PX
* Fractal Design Mini C (without side window)
* 4x Be Quiet SILENTWINGS 3 PWM 120mm fans model BL066
* 2x Be Quiet SILENTWINGS 3 PWM 140mm fans model BL067
I have the i7-9700k running @ 5.0Ghz with max temps hitting ~80c in prime95 testing over a 4 hour period. Idle temps with ambient room temp at about 72f is ~26-29c. Gaming, it depends on the game and I have not tested many for long enough to be sure yet but I would say ranges from mid 40's to mid 60's.
So performance wise, this cooler is amazing. Easily handles keeping the CPU cool.
Lets talk sound/noise. At full, 100% rpm I heard a noise, this kind of whistle/whine...I moved in to listen more closely...and realized it was my nose/breathing making the noise. That's how quiet this build is, I heard my breathing/nose whistle over the sound of the cooler!
At one point the cooler was so quiet I had to check if the fans where even working...of course they were.
As to some concerns people may have:
* Yes, this cooler is massive.
* No, it wasnt all that hard to install. Easier than dealing with an AIO. Hardest part is getting the middle fan latched on
* RAM clearance was fine for me, but I got RAM that didn't have absurdly tall and useless heat spreaders on them.
Installation wise, I was able to install it myself with relative ease. The included screw driver is perfect. I used grizzly kryonaut thermal paste and spread it conservatively and thin over the CPU. The hardest part of the install is getting the middle fan latched onto the block. I found a pry tool useful for helping to pull the 2 wirey lathes over the notches of the fins.
At the end of the day this cooler provides impressive performance, decent aesthetics, and silent operation. Its big, doesnt have RGB for 14 year olds and could have RAM clearance problems for some. If you can deal with the minor concessions and can make it work in your build you wont regret it.
I am overall impressed with the build quality of Be Quiet's products overall and will be considering them more and more going forward especially for cooling products. I would highly recommend this cooler
My first 4k rendering test blew my mind. I rendered a 29min video in 31 min (my old 4 core I5 took 8-9 hours for the same task). I monitored the system temps and fan speeds the entire time and the CPU peaked at a cool 61 degrees (Intel lists a max temp of 104 for this CPU)! Gaming and other more "normal" tasks the temp stays around 45-50 degrees at most and it idles at 31. I could not be more pleased!
The cooler is HUGE but it looks AWESOME and it is more than capable to cool my CPU at stock speeds, it is whisper quiet and I don't have to worry about water leaks. I'm not much for overclocking but with this much headroom I could easily bump things up a few notches with room to spare. If you need great cooling and you don't want to worry about water leaks the Dark Rock Pro 4 is probably your best bet.
Asus Prime Deluxe X299
Intel 7940x CPU
32GB G.Skill Ripjaws 3200Mhz Ram
GPU is currently a EVGA 1050TI that will get upgraded when 2080 GTX prices fall a bit
Samsung EVO 970 M.2 1GB drive for programs
Samsung EVO 970 M.2 1GB drive for working files
WD Blue 3.5 4TB drives (2) for storage
- Black finish
- It's quiet (still can be heard though)
- Keeps Ryzen 2700x cool (most of the time)
- Doesn't perform as advertised under load
- Easy to scratch
- Even with new mounting system installation is challenging
- Ryzen 2700x
- MSI x470 AC M7
- MSI RX 580 OC MK2 8GB
- Corsair 460X RGB + 6 120mm fans
- 8GBx2 Patriot Viper 3400Mhz
Let me start with saying that i bought this cooler as a replacement to stock AMD RGB Prism cooler. It was loud and i've seen couple of times temps exceeding 80 degrees Celsius so i found and ordered this one.
Installation was straightforward - however i had to remove motherboard from case to install this cooler. I didn't have problem with RAM clearance.
I installed fans - that went fine - but it damaged black finish on fins (nothing that permanent black marker couldn't fix).
Computer looks great now - it matches MSI black-red colors. The most important thing is that i don't have to listen to stock cooler howling - however it didn't solve all problems with my CPU temperature.
I'm attaching some pictures below:
- HW monitor after 20 minutes of Prime95 torture test (closed case - Radeon idle temp)
- final build
In Unigine benchmark while Prime95 was running i've seen 76 degrees Celsius.