Is This CPU Cooler Sufficient For A 5600x

1 : Anonymous2021/04/25 14:07 ID: my8zsl

Im planning on buying a cpu cooler for my 5600x, the cooler is Deepcool Gammax Tg TGA TUF, I'm planning to replace the stock fans on it with a double 72cfm with 2.61mm²o static pressure rating. What do you guys think?

2 : Anonymous2021/04/25 14:10 ID: gvthu3o

A 5600X is a 65W part. You can probably cool it with a literal wet towel.

ID: gvtjv34

Absolutely right.

If you like RGB buy it, if you are overheating a bigger CPU cooler won’t help - Better case airflow will.

Kids unit has a 95W processor and a non RGB Evo 212 - No issues just cool, quiet and stable.

Airflow probably better as the case has the side panel removed and has no fans.

ID: gvtptzj

Yes but at 95c. That is too hot for my liking.

ID: gvtqo4y


3 : Anonymous2021/04/25 14:24 ID: gvtjenj

Honestly, if you're not overclocking, there is literally no reason to move away from the stock cooler.

AMD's stock coolers are damn good for what they are.

ID: gvuyi2f

RN im not planning to OC it but maybe in the future when certain task requires more preformance which by then the 5600x "might" become obselete then i probably want to OC it gain some slight performance boost

Atm, i just want to maximize PBO since im also im living in a tropical country where average temps are at 35°c most of the time.

ID: gvvr697

it's about the noise ...

4 : Anonymous2021/04/25 18:55 ID: gvuh8dt
5 : Anonymous2021/04/25 21:15 ID: gvuyob1

I doubt you need to replace the fans and the ones you mention sound noisy. I'd rather get a better cooler with quiet fans, like a noctua or scythe mugen pcgh. The latter one is enough to keep a 5900x below 80c during cinebench nT and you don't hear it.


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