Question what fan cooler i should buy ?

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i have
psu corsair cv 450w
mobo Asus M5A78L-M LX V2
cpu amd fx6300
ram 16gb ddr3
and 2hdd
i want upgrade my graphic card to 1060 or 1070
so what best cooler fan i should buy (not using it for oc) ?
 
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What type of case how many case fans do you have actually?
there's 3fan case , the case is dazumba forget the model but i think it's enough to put such cooler master 212
but i'm afraid of watt consumption because my psu only 450 ,do fan cooler take so much watt ?
 
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the case it's big enough and yeah the mb it's lil small .. i think,
i'm more afraid with watt consumption since my psu 450 . do fan cooler take so much watt ?
 
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A fan draws almost nothing but that power supply is not really good enough for a 1070 and borderline for even a 1060.
so it doesn't matter fan cooler that i put there ?
the psu recommended for the graphic card is 450 and i barely gaming so i think it's just fine ..maybe ?
ok, what ur 6/8gb graphic card recommendation which support feature level 12.1 (i want use adobe fresco) ?
 
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Since you don't need crazy cooling on a build with a 1060-1070, I'd go with a big heatsink block cooler (as long as you got room in your case for it). I just upgraded from an i7 4090 processor on a 1070ti and it had the BeQuiet ShadowRock cooler. It was awesome. Kept my CPU super cool for the 8 years I ran it.

This isn't the EXACT same model from 8 years ago, but you get the idea. Similar price that I paid back then too,
https://www.amazon.com/quiet-Shadow-BK004-Cooler-Technology/dp/B084XYKDF4/ref=asc_df_B084XYKDF4/?tag=hyprod-20&linkCode=df0&hvadid=459710794544&hvpos=&hvnetw=g&hvrand=2465282583409194069&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=9003740&hvtargid=pla-907686588156&psc=1

Since it's just a regular fan on the side, the heatsink is doing most of the work to disperse the heat. The fan is just blowing it off and ideally back out into an exhaust fan to the rear of the case. Shouldn't use much power at all.

EDIT - Rather than give you a random cooler, I looked based on your actual chip, lol. This would be equivalent for your build and slightly more expensive (80),
https://pc-builder.net/cpu-cooler/be-quiet-dark-rock-pro-4-50-5-cfm
 
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ok
Since you don't need crazy cooling on a build with a 1060-1070, I'd go with a big heatsink block cooler (as long as you got room in your case for it). I just upgraded from an i7 4090 processor on a 1070ti and it had the BeQuiet ShadowRock cooler. It was awesome. Kept my CPU super cool for the 8 years I ran it.

This isn't the EXACT same model from 8 years ago, but you get the idea. Similar price that I paid back then too,
https://www.amazon.com/quiet-Shadow-BK004-Cooler-Technology/dp/B084XYKDF4/ref=asc_df_B084XYKDF4/?tag=hyprod-20&linkCode=df0&hvadid=459710794544&hvpos=&hvnetw=g&hvrand=2465282583409194069&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=9003740&hvtargid=pla-907686588156&psc=1

Since it's just a regular fan on the side, the heatsink is doing most of the work to disperse the heat. The fan is just blowing it off and ideally back out into an exhaust fan to the rear of the case. Shouldn't use much power at all.

EDIT - Rather than give you a random cooler, I looked based on your actual chip, lol. This would be equivalent for your build and slightly more expensive (80),
https://pc-builder.net/cpu-cooler/be-quiet-dark-rock-pro-4-50-5-cfm
ok thanks alot
 

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