I don't plan on overclocking with the stock cooler and funny that you say to get a GAMMAXX 400 cuz I have one beside me cooling my FX-8350. I also don't plan on using the boost feature with the stock cooler. My mom says I should get a corsair AIO cuz it would look nice but I think that im gonna get a beefy noctua cooler will this one do the job and allow for some overclocking down the line? https://www.newegg.ca/p/N82E16835608040?Description=cooler&cm_re=cooler-_-35-608-040-_-ProductMy recommendation would be that you get something better than the stock cooler. It's not very capable, despite some opinions to the contrary, and we've seen a lot of people run into boost limitations using the stock cooler due to exceeding thermal boundaries. Even something basic but capable like the Gammaxx 400 and anything beyond that should be fine unless you are planning to overclock in which case I'd recommend getting a good 140mm air cooler or at least a 240mm AIO of some flavor.
Not to mention that a more capable cooler will also likely be considerably quieter.
Sorry if i made it unclear but it was more my mom who cared how it looked i dont give a frick to be honest as long as I can play GTA V with no stupid FPS drops at 1080p im a happy camper. And if my calculations are right It will clear the case by a few mm and im gonna go to canada computers today with my mom so ill see what I can pick up thereFor aesthetics you might want to get a Chromax kit for that Noctua cooler:
Funny how you suggest that ram because that parts list is kinda old and in my newegg cart i have that set of ram because i noticed it had better cas latencyGotcha.
That Noctua will work very well on a 3700x.
I have a 4 pipe Arctic 33 eSports (Dual Fan) cooler on my 3700x and it idles around 32 to 34c and maxes out at 61-62c after hours of gaming.
That Noctua is a better cooler than mine so it definitely a good choice.
And I would recommend this G.Skill RAM kit:
For whatever reason the Corsair Vengeance RAM doesn't seem to run at it's rated speeds as reliably as G.Skill kits on Ryzen based PCs.
I have seen quite a few posts here where the Corsair Vengeance kits wouldn't run at their rated speed so had to be run at much lower speeds.
I mean I'm not made of money lol but on this noctua cooler I will run stock no boost or anythingPersonally, I'd opt for the NH-U14s OR the NH-U12A which is a much better performer than the U12S, although any of these from the U12S up to the D15, should work well enough.
The u14s wont clear my case but the u12s willSeriously? There's a four dollar difference in price between the U12S and the U14S.
I may put a small custom loop in it with like only soft tubing and no gpu blockWell, that's a good reason.
You might consider this as well. If I had size constraints, as much as I like Noctua coolers, I prefer this one to the U12S. Same height, better performance.
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