Question Looking for a silent cooler for i5-9600k

apelsinimahl

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Hello!

So i bought used PC from my friend who had i5-9600k but he had intel stock cooler on it and now it is still on. In games temperatures dosent go over 84, and they keep like 70-80 but i really do not like the noise it is very loud and i am looking just for cooler what is not noisy. I am not looking to overclock cpu in the future. I also would like to get something not very costly. I live in Estonia and in my country i have some examples:
be quiet! CPU Cooler Pure Rock Slim - 24 €
Hyper 212 evo - 30 €
Cryorig m9i - 24 €
3 years used Kraken x52 - 40€ ( is water cooling more silent than air? )
Cryorig H7 - 45€
Deepcool Gammaxx 400 - 18€
Alpenföhn Brocken 2 PCGH Edition CPU-Kühler - 140 mm - 31€
Arctic Freezer 34 eSports Duo CPU-Cooler, 2x 120mm - 36€
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I would go for the cheapest if the noise level is not noticeable with the costly ones, or which one would be the best probably for me? I can afford all the cpu coolers i mentioned before.
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I just gave some examples of cpu coolers that i have in my store, www.Arvutitark.ee
 

apelsinimahl

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Cryorig H7 if you're sure you're not going to overclock it.
Arctic Freezer 34 esports Duo if you have second thoughts about OC'ing though.
I would never suggest getting a used AIO - that's asking for trouble.


In SOME cases, they are even louder...
Yeah okay actually i found that arctic freezer 34 eSports duo is the same price what cryorig H7, but cryorig H7 would be less nosier than Arctic becouse arctic have 2fans am i right? Just Arctic have advantage of that i could overclock little bit?
 

Phaaze88

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Yeah okay actually i found that arctic freezer 34 eSports duo is the same price what cryorig H7, but cryorig H7 would be less nosier than Arctic becouse arctic have 2fans am i right? Just Arctic have advantage of that i could overclock little bit?
1)The Cryorig H7 isn't as noisy simply because of it's lower max fan rpm - around 1600. The Freezer's max is around 2100rpm, and that's only going to be so quiet, but that's where YOU come in; set a fan curve in the bios.
For simple plug-n-play, the H7 is the quieter cooler. But if you set a fan curve in the bios, the Freezer should do just as good.

2)Yes.
 

apelsinimahl

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1)The Cryorig H7 isn't as noisy simply because of it's lower max fan rpm - around 1600. The Freezer's max is around 2100rpm, and that's only going to be so quiet, but that's where YOU come in; set a fan curve in the bios.
For simple plug-n-play, the H7 is the quieter cooler. But if you set a fan curve in the bios, the Freezer should do just as good.

2)Yes.
thank you for your help! :)
 

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