Question Is this compatible

thank you very much

and yes the cooler is very nice it keep my i7700k 3 years on nice temperatur :)
Yes it is enough for a 7700k, but the 9900kf is a much hotter CPU. In normal usage the 9900kf will be able to draw 150W+ in stock configuration. Once you overclock it that number goes up to 200-220W. The NH-D9L is not enough to keep that at a good temperature while under load, even in a stock configuration.
 

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The Noctua is probably borderline good enough for that CPU (for some reason it's not listed on Noctua's site), it wouldn't hurt to try it first before buying another cooler. If it stays under 80C while gaming then it's sufficient and when you do decide to overclock then buy a new better cooler.

Edit: The reason I say it should be good enough for stock is because it shows that it can handle the i9-10890XE at stock which is a higher TDP CPU.
https://noctua.at/en/nh-d9l/cpucomp
 
oops i didnt read your previous message complete sry jeremy

ok can any other aero cooler cool this cpu for example this one: https://www.ditech.at/shop/details.php?art=300245
or from this site wich one you think is good enopugh for gaming, i wil not overclock it

what is a custom loop?
The Shadow Rock 3 from what I can see has more cooling power than that Noctua. https://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/be-quiet-shadow-rock-3/2
As @WildCard999 said you can try your current cooler and see if it will keep it below 80C. If it doesn't then go to minimum that Be Quiet but I'd just go to the biggest air cooler the NH-D15. If the NH-D15 isn't enough then the next thing is top flight 280mm or 360mm AIO.
 
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with a AIO solution i think i need a new case i have a CHIEFTEC Servercase for like 10 to 15years maybe its too old for that technologie? wich you recommand than without blink blink thinks i dont need a christmastree as a case :)
 
with a AIO solution i think i need a new case i have a CHIEFTEC Servercase for like 10 to 15years maybe its too old for that technologie? wich you recommand than without blink blink thinks i dont need a christmastree as a case :)
It might still fit into a case that old, but a lot has changed in cases over the last 10 to 15 years. What would your budget be for the case? Anything else besides no RGB you would want for a case?
 
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Prozessor:

Intel Core i9-9900KF 8x3,6 (Boost 5,0) GHz 16MB-L3 Cache Sockel 1151

https://www.ditech.at/shop/details.php?art=277972



RAM:

G.Skill Trident Z silber/weiß DIMM Kit 32GB, DDR4-4000, CL19-19-19-39

https://www.ditech.at/shop/details.php?art=255949



Motherboard:

ASUS PRIME Z390-A ATX Mainboard Sockel 1151 DP/HDMI/2xM.2/USB3.1

https://www.ditech.at/shop/details.php?art=270875



Wärmeleitpaste ZALMAN ZM-STG1 3,5g:

https://www.ditech.at/shop/details.php?art=22975

with:
https://www.ditech.at/m/details.php?art=227312

maybe 0€ ^^

100 to 150€ or is this not enough or what ist the cheapest think or i can save mony with AIO?
 
i dont wont to overclock the i9 its just for gaming or you mean it overclock itself to 5GHz and the Noctua NH-D15 cant keep it cool?

my challange is when i go to AIO i need a new case maybe because i have this stoneage case:

https://www.chieftec.eu/de/produktarchiv/big-tower-detail.html

or will there run a AIO system inside well?
That is an ancient case and there is no where to put an AIO and there isn't enough space for the NH-D15, your case allows for 160mm coolers and it requires 165mm clearance. Here are a couple ideas for new cases that don't come with all the RGB bling and can fit large AIOs and air coolers.
https://de.pcpartpicker.com/product/8tGxFT/fractal-design-meshify-s2-black-atx-mid-tower-case-fd-ca-mesh-s2-bko
https://de.pcpartpicker.com/product/T2RgXL/nzxt-h710-atx-mid-tower-case-ca-h710b-b1
 
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oh nice thank you jeremy this one:

https://de.pcpartpicker.com/product/8tGxFT/fractal-design-meshify-s2-black-atx-mid-tower-case-fd-ca-mesh-s2-bko

looks awesome and have flexible thinks and very nice cable management, thank you so much for this recommentation, and it have enough space for my RTX 2080Ti

now this AIO from maikutech
https://www.corsair.com/uk/en/Categories/Products/Liquid-Cooling/iCUE-RGB-PRO-XT-Coolers/p/CW-9060043-WW

maybe a cheaper version without the blink blinks? or does rgb dont rise the price?

maybe this one is good too equal to the corsair?

https://www.ditech.at/m/details.php?art=227312
 
oh nice thank you jeremy this one:

https://de.pcpartpicker.com/product/8tGxFT/fractal-design-meshify-s2-black-atx-mid-tower-case-fd-ca-mesh-s2-bko

looks awesome and have flexible thinks and very nice cable management, thank you so much for this recommentation, and it have enough space for my RTX 2080Ti

now this AIO from maikutech
https://www.corsair.com/uk/en/Categories/Products/Liquid-Cooling/iCUE-RGB-PRO-XT-Coolers/p/CW-9060043-WW

maybe a cheaper version without the blink blinks? or does rgb dont rise the price?

maybe this one is good too equal to the corsair?

https://www.ditech.at/m/details.php?art=227312
I would go with one of these for an AIO.
PCPartPicker Part List

CPU Cooler: Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML360R RGB 66.7 CFM Liquid CPU Cooler (€146.89 @ Alternate)
CPU Cooler: ARCTIC Liquid Freezer II 280 72.8 CFM Liquid CPU Cooler (€91.89 @ Alternate)
CPU Cooler: ARCTIC LIQUID FREEZER II 360 56.3 CFM Liquid CPU Cooler (€100.85 @ Alza)
Total: €339.63
Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available
Generated by PCPartPicker 2020-03-29 04:34 CEST+0200

Artic 280mm Review
Cooler Master 360mm Review
I don't see reviews for the Artic 360mm, but since it is the same model just 360mm vs 280mm I expect it would be good as well.
 
thanks jeremy

this:
ARCTIC LIQUID FREEZER II 360

and this:
ARCTIC Liquid Freezer II 280
are not in my shop but i found this one:

https://www.ditech.at/m/details.php?art=227312
That isn't bad either. At the same price the Fractal Design Celsius S36 is an option as is the Cooler Master Masterliquid ML360RGB.

I did find the Arctic 360mm at a store in Austria
https://www.alza.at/arctic-liquid-freezer-ii-360-d5711544.htm
I don't know if that website works for where you are but it at least has some other things.
 
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i look some guides and i choose now this one ALPHACOOL Eisbär 360

https://www.ditech.at/m/details.php?art=227312

it have a Warm leading pasta included, other question does all AIOs Warm leading pasta included or is it different from Manufacturer?

thank you all for your help and thinking about it and warnings and so much more a happy life, and dont get sick, stay @ HOME !
 
i look some guides and i choose now this one ALPHACOOL Eisbär 360

https://www.ditech.at/m/details.php?art=227312

it have a Warm leading pasta included, other question does all AIOs Warm leading pasta included or is it different from Manufacturer?

thank you all for your help and thinking about it and warnings and so much more a happy life, and dont get sick, stay @ HOME !
If I am understanding your question, Warm leading pasta, I think that is thermal paste. I personally haven't seen a cooler not come with thermal paste.

You're welcome for the help and don't get sick either. MFG
 

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