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  • Captain Fundis
    Captain Fundis14 timer siden

    What is the cpu cooler

  • Bill Varner
    Bill Varner16 timer siden

    I went with one of these for my new build, And I have to say I'm very happy. Ryzen 5 3600 Cinabench with the stock cooler stayed at 92-93 c, With this cooler was steady at 72 and it benched nearly 500 pts higher.

  • Bill Varner

    Bill Varner

    16 timer siden

    Will say this though. It was a pain in the ass to install, But of course the Cooler Master EVO wasn't much better to install on my old AM3+ system

  • Erik Carlsen
    Erik CarlsenDag siden

    hi jayz are you also doing a test with a cooler in a closed cabinet, it could be cool Erik from Denmark

  • Stan Lee
    Stan Lee2 dager siden

    So china reproducing patented designs that had 1000's of hours spent in R&D, selling for cheap... yay.

  • Michael Brown
    Michael Brown3 dager siden

    Jay please tell your viewers to STOP BUYING OVERPRICED PARTS The scalpers are making money because YOU KEEP BUYING THEIR CRAP!!!!!!!!! IF YOU DONT LIKE SCALPERS, STOP PAYING SCALPERS!!!!!

  • kepeter97
    kepeter974 dager siden

    cutouts on the sides are for vrm.

  • phillip barrell
    phillip barrell5 dager siden

    Any chance you could have a look at there 240mm aio as well?

  • xbox627
    xbox6275 dager siden

    using that cooler right now....its great

  • Jason Luttmer
    Jason Luttmer6 dager siden

    I love these things. I spent the money on the 2060 SC (400, year old, apparently never overclocked, or used for mining), AMD 5 5600x, then a "cheap" asus b550 tuf gaming board (no wifi, but a card can fix that, or just wired)

  • Guillermo Rodriguez
    Guillermo Rodriguez7 dager siden

    When a threadripper runs cooler than your 7700k at stock speeds 🥲😫

  • Lee Stroud
    Lee Stroud7 dager siden

    Stupid question bit do I need to replace the backplate to use this, I have the stock amd cooler that comes with the ryzen 3, thanks in advanced

  • richard hammond
    richard hammond8 dager siden

    bought one during video!!! thanks jtc

  • Umer Hayat
    Umer Hayat8 dager siden

    Bro can i fit 160mm air cooler in 155mm case? REPLY PLEASE ❤️❤️

  • TeddyBear Gaming
    TeddyBear Gaming9 dager siden

    It is a huge pain in the butt to mount it though. The ARGB version is regularly $25 with a $35 msrp and good value for money. Basically a hyper 212 knockoff that is just as much of a pain to mount

  • Gary collumbell
    Gary collumbell9 dager siden

    i own this cooler and tbh for the money its decent... you will be hard pressed to find as much cooling to money ratio makes this cooler great for low budget builds and even mid range builds using 6-8 core cpu add in good quality thermal paste even better. i upgraded to this cooler after i found that my stock intel cooler was causing cpu temps in the 80 degrees c range(in warzone using a 10400F) now i barley go over 50 even in demanding games. id recommend it for a stop gap cooler before upgrading excellent value if you use good thermal paste it may not even need to be upgraded using stock turbo boost on 6-8 core cpu. in this price range hard to find better was £20 GBP ish so cant complain

  • Tim Longson
    Tim Longson9 dager siden

    Water cooling King Jay, I have a request for a new water cooling review: actively water cooled GPU BACKplates! EK have added a TRUE active cooling backplate (the "EK-Quantum Vector RE RTX 3080/3090 Active Backplate D-RGB - Plexi" with EK Product EAN: 3831109836460), rather than just being an unappealing metal plate is actively and vissibly water cooled with its own water block and has RGB (don't mix this up with their "founder addition only" unit, with the rear water in/out, as those dont have the water cooling block, and their wording is just hype). Could you please do a review/comparison between the default backplates on GPU waterblocks and the active water cooled backplate, to see what temperature difference there is? Maybe for comparison, compare how the EK specifically made for EK frontplates active watercooled backplate compares to the mp5works "generic" water cooled backplate (which is quite limited as it has to fit on top of all the existing back of all GPU backplates, rather than having a cooling block touching the rear of the GPU components directly) - I heard even the mp5works "fit any backplate" managed to an average of a 10 degrees C drop, with much greater overclocking stability. So really excited to see a proper active water cooled backplate designed to work with the active water cool frontplate. Could be a "game changer", very literally. ;)

  • Douglas Turk
    Douglas Turk10 dager siden

    Bought this after seeing your video. Been using it for a month now and for the price you can't beat it. Dropped about 10c from AMD stock fan on Cinebench.

  • Para Noid
    Para Noid11 dager siden

    I think no one how has the money to buy a 16/32 is buying this kind of cooler 😆

  • Manny
    Manny12 dager siden

    Push pull set up please mr jay

  • Hero Great
    Hero Great12 dager siden

    This performance is based on "111w" usage. If you want to use this with Intel chip, be careful to fine tune your power. I left my 10700 on auto, and it hit 200w+ without notice, and I sweat heavily on that.

  • Joel Wiest
    Joel Wiest13 dager siden

    Doesn't look like this works for MSI Mystic Lights or Asus Aura Sync

  • Gaming Edition
    Gaming Edition13 dager siden

    They also do aios you should definitely test them against other well known brands.

  • MrNightro
    MrNightro15 dager siden

    Have a Vetroo V5 cooler installed in an Optiplex 9020 cooling a i7 4790K (with a full size GTX 1080 adding to internal case temps), this cooler allows the CPU to hold at 4.4Ghz all day long without exceeding 61c on any core. Only drawback was that the RGB light on the fan never worked right out of the box but not a deal breaker on this great budget option. I originally planned on upgrading the fans to a push/pull Noctua configuration but the single Vetroo fan is performing well enough on its' own.

  • mikedib0
    mikedib015 dager siden

    thanks for the tip jay! just bought one they on sale for 24.99 after $5 coupon! cant wait to put this in my first build. still looking for gpu :(

  • skorpionrazor
    skorpionrazor17 dager siden

    Here in Argentina, Id-Cooling heatsinks are really cheap for some reason and they are really good. I have a Se-214 model.

  • Echo Mike
    Echo Mike17 dager siden

    Can you buy just the same fan to set up a push / pull without buying another cooler?

  • adrian S
    adrian S17 dager siden

    I came to this vid expecting something more “cool” looking than this “cheap” amazon cooler I got and it turns out to be the “cheap” amazon cooler to get !!!!😂😂

  • Burks
    Burks18 dager siden

    Ordered this to replace my Evo 212. Nothing wrong with with my Evo but for $30 (had a coupon), I'm up for it. Plus the black looks better. I will run it in push-pull with a spare fan I have until I get a matching Vetroo fan

  • Steph’s Kits
    Steph’s Kits18 dager siden

    It’s actually on sale right now for 29.99

  • Lester Serrano
    Lester Serrano18 dager siden

    Jay is it possible that you can compare it with gammaxx gte v2 black edition or the gammaxx 400ex?

  • John Lombardi
    John Lombardi18 dager siden

    I'm confused on something here. First he says all he used was the thermal paste that came with the cooler, but then he talks about squeezing the three lines of thermal paste. So did he take off the preloaded stuff and added his own or did he add the additional three lines of paste?

  • Spizzz


    15 dager siden

    He’s saying it comes with a tube of thermal paste with the cooler, not on it.

  • Nicholas Malkin
    Nicholas Malkin20 dager siden

    I have had much better luck with my Dark Rock air cooler then a few 120 and one 240 radiator for some reason. I think the recent AIOs are getting cheap because they are coasting.

  • AdditioN L.
    AdditioN L.20 dager siden

    emmm, I think this exact model cost 79 RMB in china, so roughly 12$, and amazon sell it for 35$

  • Goran Novakovic
    Goran Novakovic21 dag siden

    Wow the black radiator looks good

  • Bryan Macek
    Bryan Macek23 dager siden

    I just saw it come up on Newegg Shell Shocker for $22. I figured it's worth a try for that. I've struggled with temperature on my 3800X because of the chiplet design. My old 120mm Push/Pull AIO is pretty convex, so I think it's cooling my IO die more than my CCX's. I probably would have given it a pass if I hadn't seen Jay test it. Wish me luck!

  • Danijel Cerin
    Danijel Cerin23 dager siden

    Take good care of yourself Jay. I wish YOU a fast healing process.

  • Ryan S
    Ryan S24 dager siden

    I'd like to see how this stacks up against Noctua's NH-U12S, the slimmer and older 120mm cooler that still costs twice the price as this thing. The trouble we frequently run into as builders is, nobody does deep dive reviews of coolers. I mean _nobody._ And so it's easy to fall for the trap of just buying a name brand, because you know what to expect. A word about Amazon reviews too: Yes they have reviews bought and paid for. And you can tell because they will be simplistic as, "it works great!" But IMHO, these are entirely offset by idiots who have the audacity to give one-stars literally because, "I ordered the wrong thing." Look for reviewers who trash products on merit, and then look for reviewers who praise it on merit, you will never go wrong. And one other noteworthy point: Air coolers always always always perform significantly better on and open bench, than in a case. AIO's performance don't change drastically, provided you mount the fans pulling fresh air directly through the radiator fins, and the case doesn't block them too badly. The major important trick of understanding CPU cooling, is that the greater the distance from fresh air supply the intake fans and fin-stacks are, the hotter the CPU runs. Think of an AIO as pretty much the same as air coolers, but with heat pipes that are super long, stretchy, and flexible.

  • David Le
    David Le26 dager siden

    Is Mr. Die-by-watercooling advocating for air cooling?! 😲 Hell has frozen over...

  • Justin Denney
    Justin Denney26 dager siden

    Just bought this today, it should be a decent upgrade to the stock AMD cooler that came with my Ryzen 5 3600

  • Robert Iles
    Robert Iles26 dager siden

    i just got this cool based on this vid and i love it. it works really good with my 3600

  • Paul King
    Paul King27 dager siden

    I put a Gammaxx 400 V2 (red) cooler on my Ryzen 5 5600X and even when I set it to "game mode" via Ryzen Master I dont see temps above 65/66c even when I am thrashing it on COD black ops for 3 or 4 hours I have to agree with Jay , expensive more established names are not always the best way to go my Gammaxx cost £23 or about $28 US (from Amazon lol) and I could not be happier with it. Now to save up for a better monitor as mine only runs at 60Hz (1900-1080) and I want a 144Hz on at the minimum. Keep up the good work Jay looking forward to more content that helps this 62 year old guy stay young :-)

  • Giratina143
    Giratina14327 dager siden

    The air cooler looks exactly like a noctua chromax black!!

  • Julian
    Julian27 dager siden

    So are aios overrated?

  • Adam Smith
    Adam Smith28 dager siden

    K but if you say it directly competes with the MC Hyper 212, compare performance between them

  • Keegan Johnson
    Keegan Johnson29 dager siden

    So, i have one of these and the performance has been very good. i have an i7 5775c, not delidded, took 1.36 to get 4.1 all 4.2 on 1/2 cores, if i try 3 or 4 it crashes up to 1.43v and i lost my nerve at that point plus even on this cooler it was getting into the 80s. So i just nabbed a 3300x at a not rapey price of 150 bucks, nabbed a lightly used b550 for a 30 dollar savings too so that kinda counters the markup on the 3300x. idc i really wanted the ultimate quad core so ill take it. if it kept this 12 core this cool i can imagine ill get a very healthy oc on the 3300x if i pull decently from the lottery. cant wait to find out!

  • Stray Sheep
    Stray Sheep29 dager siden

    Jay: “It’s so black even MKBHD....” Cancel culture: *leans in* Jay: “...would like it.” Cancel culture: *leans back*

  • DrunkSupportCharacter
    DrunkSupportCharacter29 dager siden

    Had an AIO before 120mm, Wasnt impressed with the noise / Thermals ratio and i focus on small builds anyway, gone back to air cooling cos well its better IMO and more reliable, I tend to have a fanless heatsink with a good airflow case, provided your air is channeling well enough you wont have any problems with AMD CPU's, bit of a struggle right now on the i7s too keep them boosting consistently, i5's tend to work fine.

  • Keegan Rounds
    Keegan RoundsMåned siden

    Does any one know if this works with lga 1200 thinking of using it for a build

  • F
    FMåned siden

    I just noticed the description said Corsaid 5000D

  • natma relnam
    natma relnamMåned siden

    near-identical product is also sold by a company called Aresgame, who also sells some nice Power Supplies. On my Ryzen 3600 it's giving me better temps than my NH-U14s did, for less than half the price - out of my two, one of the contact plates was nice and smooth, the other was pretty rough, good luck.

  • blub
    blubMåned siden

    Amazon is basically a boot leg Ali express. 99.9% of amazon inventory is Ali express items

  • alc1489
    alc1489Måned siden

    Just bought one today and Amazon has 10$ off coupon. I'm excited.

  • William Gee
    William GeeMåned siden

    I would really like to see you do a build with this aircooler. Just to see how it really works inside a gaming pc. Love the videos. Been watching them alot because I'm building my first pc and learning alot.

  • Darren Lam
    Darren LamMåned siden

    Just wanted to drop back in here to say thank you for shedding some light on this cooler. I just got mine today and I paired it with an old AMD phenom ii 1090t. Initially, I was getting 3.8ghz with an older top down noctua with full load temps hitting 70c. I'm now getting 4.2ghz with full load temps at 55c. Much appreciated! Keep up the amazing content!

  • Brian Robinson
    Brian RobinsonMåned siden

    Anodized aluminum

  • Joker Ace
    Joker AceMåned siden

    thanks so much for this vid i was having trouble finding a good priced cooler for my fresh build bc of overheating issues until this video thanks again @jayztwocents

  • asuchemist
    asuchemistMåned siden

    9:18 Those brackets looks like same brackets on Cooler master hyper 212 black edition & BE w/RGB. Maybe he referencing other cooler. 9:30 Love that it attached to my AM4 metal backplate.

  • Blank Blank
    Blank BlankMåned siden

    Im going to purchase this cooler but im getting it off newegg amazon puts stuff like this in a crap bag and people on amazon are saying the fins and boxes are coming beat up and damaged newegg actually puts thing in boxes

  • brosif29
    brosif29Måned siden

    Alright, I just installed this yesterday to replace my stock wraith prism cooler on my 3900x. At idle I was running 39-45c with the wraith, I'm now idling at 31-35c. Underload playing Warzone with the wraith I was running around 72-75c, with the Vetroo I'm running 65-70c now. Pretty damn good replacement cooler, and twice as quiet underload vs. Wraith... No more high pitched whine.

  • Nate Balls

    Nate Balls

    Måned siden

    @brosif29 right on think going to pick it up 24.99 cant beat that

  • brosif29


    Måned siden

    @Nate Balls I think Amazon has a $10 off coupon you can use, I got mine for $24.99. I'm pretty impressed, can't beat it for that price.

  • Nate Balls

    Nate Balls

    Måned siden

    ty for info yo, was thinking about getting it myself

  • Raymon Chambers
    Raymon ChambersMåned siden

    They make a nice ARGB case fan 3 pack for 19.90 on ebay and this cooler is 29.99.

  • Scotty
    ScottyMåned siden

    I'm thinking of trying this cooler. What's the thermal paste used?

  • Matéo Canonville
    Matéo CanonvilleMåned siden

    Now we need a cheap aio ;D

  • Eric M
    Eric MMåned siden

    Bought it :)

  • Eric M

    Eric M

    24 dager siden

    This cooler is actually surprisingly good for the price. Prism cooler 73 on cinebench fan full speed and on this 65 with 80% fan speed. Ryzen 3700x

  • Blacksheep_Edge
    Blacksheep_EdgeMåned siden

    I was able to get one of these in the last couple of days, and it works. And it works well. Put it on my new 5600X that I bought. the 5600 was a tray CPU and didn't come with a cooler, but dam if it wasn't a good upgrade, and in my price range.

  • yambo59
    yambo59Måned siden

    UPDATE - Ive been running the smaller 92mm version of this in a micro ATX case on my AMD six core 12 thread processor and even CPU stress testing with prime 95 hasnt produced any abnormal temps.

  • Boebel23
    Boebel23Måned siden

    Good recommendation. My 3600 never got above 70C. Highly recommend it to anyone interested!

  • Allah Turbo
    Allah TurboMåned siden

    i find the problem with cpu cooler review is that the results is all over the place,i compare aio review results from many channels and site, on one site product A is way better than product B, on another site product A was much worse than product B, lian li galahad for example, it ranges from being one the best to one the worse from reviewer to reviewer

  • Gamrus
    GamrusMåned siden

    Welcome to the channel of misleading master with some inappropriate tests, unfollowed.

  • Clinton McCool

    Clinton McCool

    5 dager siden

    bye loser

    MRAK3NZYMåned siden

    Emm... Am i weArd when i like look of *classic* coolers: Cooper pipes, alluminium radiator and stock noctua fans?

  • MateusMeddeiros
    MateusMeddeirosMåned siden

    A brand that REALLY surprised me was Scythe, i've bought a Scythe Fuma 2 to cool my 9700k 2 years ago, and holy bejesus, in a typically 30°C room temperature, the cpu almost never breaks 70°C, only in a really really hot day of summer, this cooler is a beast, AND very silent, most, if not almost all of the noise that my pc does, comes from the very loud and very hot Zotac 2080 that i have.

  • George Whitaker
    George WhitakerMåned siden

    Just installed this cooler on my rig and have to say works amazingly better than the stock AMD cooler

    MHBGTMåned siden

    Very interesting results, did you ever take second look at the AIO (mounting position/paste etc)?

  • GetOverHere
    GetOverHereMåned siden


  • tutacat
    tutacatMåned siden

    You guys have coolers for your CPU?

  • MoVieZafterMidNiGhT
    MoVieZafterMidNiGhTMåned siden

    Have you ever tried to couple a water cooler with an air cooler? On either side of the air cooler or the water cooler pump?... I really like the other type of "front facing" air coolers...

  • Adam c
    Adam cMåned siden

    Yep i got a 5 pipe 25 buck air coolet and my cpu stays cool even on r23 load temp is stable on a 3600 clocked up to 42.50.

  • Wild Bill
    Wild BillMåned siden

    Got one delivered today from Amz and an extra Fan for £31.00 - the black ones went out of stock for a while - and I am going to give it a go on my new R7 3700X. Thanks for this Video!

  • Brandon Tang
    Brandon TangMåned siden

    Just wanted to say thank you for this review and suggestion. I purchased it and couldn't be happier and/or surprised. Thanks again

  • SoVersetile
    SoVersetileMåned siden

    What cpu is he cooling?

  • RicePinoy
    RicePinoyMåned siden

    Thanks for the suggestion. Just picked this up because when I was editing videos my stock wraith cooler on my ryzen 5 2600x was get to nearly 88c. This cooler was super cheap and brought me down to low 60c while editing. I also got lucky and my cooler pipes were flush at the bottom with no weird gaps. Thank you again for the recommendation and for the cheap cost I'm truely satisfied. 🤗

  • Nicholas Kj
    Nicholas KjMåned siden

    imagine if u add another fan

  • The hair on your screen
    The hair on your screenMåned siden

    Slap a delta fan on it and see how far u can oc that processor

  • Zechs113
    Zechs113Måned siden

    I just bought this cooler and Amazon had a clip coupon for $10 off when I viewed the items my cart before moving onto shipping and payment options. So I got it for $26.80 after tax and coupon. EDIT: Same company has a pretty neat looking case -Vetroo K2 Mesh M-ATX Computer Mid-Tower Case. They also have 240mm and 360mm AIO's and looks like they have the same fans as the air cooler.

  • Beyondcool
    BeyondcoolMåned siden

    you are a sales, not a product tester

  • Clinton McCool

    Clinton McCool

    5 dager siden


  • Jerry Bittner
    Jerry BittnerMåned siden

    A machined surface left slightly rough actually gives you a larger surface area for thermal transfer when used with a thermal compound then a smooth finish will.

  • OprahsKankles
    OprahsKanklesMåned siden

    The wistful canadian frustratingly long because calf suprisingly taste round a kindhearted pan. hilarious, exultant millennium

  • 13歲的窮人裝機 Young Guys' Tech
    13歲的窮人裝機 Young Guys' TechMåned siden

    Hello! 林仔did a video about THIS and you are like Alishasha AGAIN.

  • Jorrdanna
    JorrdannaMåned siden

    I got the white one. It comes with an all white rgb fan which I think was a nice touch.

    LAND OF LOST LURESMåned siden

    Ordered the day of this video. Just got it in today. Definitely impressed with it. Slightly oc ryzen 5 3600 under stress test running at 60-65c and idle temps between 30-34c. Big difference over the stock cooler.



    16 dager siden

    @Dave Russell I don't notice it. But then again my case has 7 140mm corsair ML fans in it lol.

  • Dave Russell

    Dave Russell

    18 dager siden

    But is it quieter than the stock cooler?

  • Brick Tamland
    Brick TamlandMåned siden

    Just tried installing this shitty cooler and it didn't line up on the 4th screw hole

  • Douglas Foust
    Douglas FoustMåned siden

    When a 12 thread is a low core count.....what a time to be alive.

  • Cedric Wong
    Cedric WongMåned siden

    Lol...11X Watt Package power on Cinebench R23 and you say this air-cooler is good and even better than a 240-AIO... its even worst than primary school science. If your point is making any sense, those Noctua D15 and Arctic 240 something like that should not be exist, as a $35 USD air-cooler is already good enough for such an powerful CPU zen3 5900x.

  • Clinton McCool

    Clinton McCool

    5 dager siden

    English much?

  • hardmandx
    hardmandxMåned siden I dunno why a youtuber with 3M followers could be unprofessional like this

  • expired cracker
    expired crackerMåned siden

    dumb test

  • Clinton McCool

    Clinton McCool

    5 dager siden

    dumb comment

  • Nachiket Subhash
    Nachiket SubhashMåned siden

    @ 9:55 did he just said Threadripper 5900x system?!?

  • l l
    l lMåned siden

    Did you use the included paste?

  • Mars OMG
    Mars OMGMåned siden

    Having an air cooler cooling in open air is displacing heat instantly. I believe if you put the air cooler into a case, the temps will be much higher since the cooler is taking on system air which is board vram, gpu and ram heat confined to the case. An AIO will cool the case air faster as it is making contact to outside sources faster then an air cooling config. imo.

  • Dread Walker
    Dread WalkerMåned siden

    It's back in stock along with the fans from before

  • VL125
    VL125Måned siden

    Should be a ekl Ben Nevis knock off

  • Vaxtin
    VaxtinMåned siden

    I'm pretty fired up, Jay..