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Thread: Solution to cool down an L5639 to process some big chunks of data

  1. #1
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    Solution to cool down an L5639 to process some big chunks of data

    Hi guys I have a EVGA X58 Classified Mobo ( not too sure since I left it in my parents home collecting dust and I've been using a laptop since then ) and had some experiences with water before.

    Thing is that I've had two Eheim pumps fail on me ( bought 2x 1048's) and since I'm quite clumsy with my hands and my experiences with self assemblies with WC weren't always pleasant/tidy/functional, now I need a reliable box to process a large chunk of data.
    I wont be overclocking the cpu so I don't need anything special. It needs to :

    -be able to arrive to Key Biscayne( via Amazon Prime) as fast possible , maybe max delivery would be Saturday.
    -Should not be very valuable ( there would not be someone that would receive the item)
    -Should not be big like many extreme HS.

    Links of my failed/abandoned setup
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    The idea of this purchase is to have something that would allow me to make use of my hardware without having to worry while at work or uni if I have a leak or a related issue.

    Why not buy it locally? Given that the socket as you guys know is not precisely new and this is what I have I want to use what I already have + the 24 gigs of ram and the 840 evo.

    I was considering this . Since it's small and apparently should fit.

    What do you guys think ? I live in latam and access to hardware is super limited and need to do this for a project . Given a friend of mine has his dad in the US for work for a few day I want to find a solution.

    Concerning ambient temp we will be having like 77F or so .

    I've posted this in HF's. I was thinking that an alternative would be anti king springs and a pump ( which one?) and some hoses locally(?)
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    Looks like the CM 212 Evo is even cheaper. I here great things about that cooler.
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    Don't use a top-down cooler unless it's a small ITX or 1U rack build, they're much worse than tower coolers.

    I second the Hyper 212 evo. If it's too big for your case, choose a smaller tower cooler.

    The L5639 isn't a particularly hot CPU though, I used to crunch 24/7 on a L5638 with a stock intel 1366 cooler.

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