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Be Quiet! Dark Rock Pro TR4 CPU Cooler $85.50 Delivered @ Amazon AU

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Posting this after seeing the Umart deal for $95 posted earlier today. This is $9.50 cheaper and has free shipping.

Designed for AMD TR4 only
Two virtually inaudible silent Wings PWM fans
Funnel-shaped frame of the front fan for high air pressure
Achieves only 24.3Db(a) at maximum fan speed
Seven high-performance copper heat pipes
Airflow-optimized cooling fins; cutouts enhance the RAM compatibility
Easily installable black Installation Kit can be mounted from above

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  • +5 votes

    Designed for AMD TR4 only

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      This makes me sad.

  • +4 votes

    Do people who can afford threadrippers need discounts?

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      Yes.. someone still has to pay the power bill..

    • +3 votes

      I have a 3970X still sitting in its box from the start of the pandemic because I was waiting for discounts on coolers.

      • +1 vote

        You could have paid for the cooler by now if you'd bought a good one and mined with that TR. I feel like if it's hardware you've already bought and you're not buying it specifically for mining there's not a huge ethics issue.

      • +1 vote

        What? Waiting to save like $50 on a cooler for over a year? And for such an expensive CPU?

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          I took his comment as a joke haha, that’s why I upvoted it. If he’s actually serious he probably could saved more by buying the CPU alone now instead of over a year ago.

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        gen an liquid cooler kraken x series for 2u server blade, and get an air cooler Deepcool ASSASSIN 3 for a workstation. :D

  • +1 vote

    tks OP! bough one! now i can start saving up for a TR CPU lol

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    I'm planning to build new PC. Do I start with the cooler? I haven't decided on the processor yet.
    It's like women buying new leather bag & then asking for everything else to be matching.

    • +14 votes

      Start with a graphics card lmao

    • +5 votes

      a decent start would be https://pcpartpicker.com/

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      take your time

    • +1 vote

      Start with collecting components on sale that don't get updated every year (e.g. PSU, Cooler, fans etc).

  • +1 vote

    The screw driver that comes with this cooler is amazing. 10/10 would buy again just for another set.

  • +1 vote

    bought one, and waiting for a discounted threadripper and TRX40 motherboard in the next deals.

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    If a 3950x onward needs (or recommends) an AIO how would a threadripper fair any better?

    • +1 vote

      There are quite a few air coolers that have better cooling that 240mm AIOs.

      • -1 vote

        Time to steadystate (or heatsoak) much lower on an air cooler thou

        • +1 vote

          True, but really, who cares. As long as the CPU remains within safe temps, all is good.

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            @AdosHouse: Those who cares about performance as it limits boost opportunities when operating at higher temps.

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              @BargainKen: For short bursts, yes. But for sustained boost the AIO will also eventually heatsoak too. And if either is hitting thermal throttling temps, you need a better cooler regardless.

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    Can anyone recommend a cooler to replace my stock AMD cooler. It came stock with the techfast 'Arsrripper' deal.

    It makes so much noise on idle.

    I thinks it's the 120mm that comes with the 3600x.
    It's on a very basic b550 mono ( maybe Mimi itx or medium). The Ram slots are so close to the GPU in not sure if I could fit anything bigger than 120mm sized coolers.

    Thanks in advance for any input.

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      I’d mount a $100ish 240mm AIO cooler to the top or front of your case

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        Do you have an example I can see (if you can find google images).

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      EK AIO is often on sale and is very good for the price

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      Just keep in mind RAM clearances when getting an air cooler.

      Even something simple as the coolermaster 212 is great value for what you get and would be much quieter.

      If you want the quietest you probably need to go be quiet or noctua.

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      Cheapest option would be something like a Id cooling SE-224 or Deepcool Gamaxx 400. $35-40 + shipping.

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        Second the Deepcool Gammax route (not just the 400, heaps of them are the virtually same heat-sink with different fans and LEDS) - stupid cheap for a CM212 clone that's fantastic for low TDP CPUs (any Intel 4c8t or Ryzen 6c12t or below - not a good idea on Intel 6c12t or higher with unlocked power limits)

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      Not sure what your budget is, but I'd be looking into the BeQuiet Dark Rock Pro 4, won't cool as well as the AIO's if you're doing overclocking, but is significantly quiter than all of them.

      If you want an AIO, I'd have a look at the Arctic Freezer 240mm, best option on the market at the moment if you're not looking for RGB

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    I got this with the Umart deal - massive cooler haha bit of an overkill for me but happy I got it :)

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    I can vouch these are awesome, sold my water loop because of trouble and this had some great performance and no issues. An old build