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    Cool Thermaltake Frio CPU Cooler Review

    I've got this thing for a while now, so I thought i should share a review with u guys.Its a CPU cooler "Designed for Overclocking".It weighs over 1 kilograms.Its Huge & have Dual Fans but Also have a drawback it needs 2 3-pin Fan Connectors.It has a backplate & applies good amount of pressure.The base was mirror coated.It is priced at 4200 Tk at UCC & is wayy better than the SpinQ/SpinQ VT.I've had no major problems installing.I used the Stock TP supplied with it in the spread-out method.I'm quite happy with it.Overclocking was fun & it performed quite well!!Have any Questions??Post here!!

    Testing methodology: 10 Rounds in IBT & monitored using Real Temp v3.40

    Room Temp: ~22C

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    Overclock Presets:
    Over-Clocking to 3.48 GHz
    CPU BLCK = 166 MHz
    Vcore = 1.09375v
    CPU Multiplier = 21x
    Memory Bus = 1333 MHz
    SPD = 8.0
    Over-Clocking to 3.78 GHz
    CPU BLCK = 180 MHz
    Vcore = 1.15000v
    CPU Multiplier = 21x
    Memory Bus = 1080 MHz
    SPD = 6.0

    Over-Clocking to 4.41 GHz
    CPU BLCK = 210 MHz
    Vcore = 1.37500v
    CPU Multiplier = 21x
    Memory Bus = 1260 MHz
    SPD = 6.0


    Testbed:
    Core i7 920 heavily Overclocked
    Thermaltake Frio
    Gigabyte GA-X58-USB3
    Twinmos DDR3 1333MHz RAMS
    Asus 650 watt PSU

    hres some pics:
    The Fan

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    Overview
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    Fan Conroller
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    Srry for the Typo Guys i need 1.15v for 3.78GHz not 1.5v.....
    Last edited by Rakin the Devil; March 10th, 2011 at 08:14. Reason: Typo Chilo

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    Default Re: Thermaltake Frio CPU Cooler Review

    Nice looking cooler......
    Some questions though........
    What case are you using? Can it be installed in the Thermaltake V3?
    Since the RPM of the fans can be manually controlled.........
    At what level did you keep the fans spinning at to get those temperatures and also how loud was it.......?
    How badly will these results be affected during summer time when avg room temperature is about 35+ degrees?

    Great review btw thanks.........

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    Default Re: Thermaltake Frio CPU Cooler Review

    Rakin....change the orientation of the cooler...it might improve efficiency...

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    Default Re: Thermaltake Frio CPU Cooler Review

    Rakin, rotate your cooler, eibhabe dile efficiency kome jay, coz horizontal bhabe dile airflow ta better hoy, dorkar hole tomar rear exhaust khule felo, but horizontally dao :/ Ami aibhabe disilam, noise bere jay

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    Default Re: Thermaltake Frio CPU Cooler Review

    Quote Originally Posted by tin.man072 View Post
    Nice looking cooler......
    Some questions though........
    What case are you using? Can it be installed in the Thermaltake V3?
    Since the RPM of the fans can be manually controlled.........
    At what level did you keep the fans spinning at to get those temperatures and also how loud was it.......?
    How badly will these results be affected during summer time when avg room temperature is about 35+ degrees?

    Great review btw thanks.........
    it can fit v3....fans r at med....it wont affect much imo.........

    Quote Originally Posted by Mohiuddin View Post
    Good thread.and r those temp-graphs r representing ur result or u picked up from a review site?.just asking, if they r real ,then pretty impressive.
    no man i made it...its 100% REAL!!!..nd it my result too......

    Quote Originally Posted by error View Post
    Rakin, rotate your cooler, eibhabe dile efficiency kome jay, coz horizontal bhabe dile airflow ta better hoy, dorkar hole tomar rear exhaust khule felo, but horizontally dao :/ Ami aibhabe disilam, noise bere jay
    try kore dekhbo den..hey i wont need to open the exaust.........but will have to open my whole rig again ...

    ---------- Post added at 18:49 ---------- Previous post was at 14:52 ----------

    okk got it in the other position but i dont see ayn significant diffrence..
    Last edited by Rakin the Devil; January 25th, 2011 at 15:55.

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    Question Re: Thermaltake Frio CPU Cooler Review

    hi nice test man but i have the same cooler and im not getting the same temp im not even on the same page im running it @ low fans now but low/high def are like 5c so its on a 920 d0 3.6 1.328v and im getting 75 with 8min on linpack im wondering what thremal past did you use with that i used TG-2 that i bought the same day with the cooler and i didnt use the one that came in the box you know the small nasty looking one so pleaseeeeeeeeeeee get back to me im waiting for you answer

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    Default Re: Thermaltake Frio CPU Cooler Review

    @stivan Bro these tests are performed using the stock paste that comes wid the frio...Ur Temps r too high...Bcoz i get 55C @ 3.6GHz @ 1.0975v...try to lower ur vcore & atm i'm using the MX-3 frm avas911 vai but i got only 2C difrence in temps so yea the Frio Stock paste is very good...to dig in to ur problem more i need to knw ur full pc specs as well as wat softwares ur using to measure temps, Stress CPU.....

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    Default Re: Thermaltake Frio CPU Cooler Review

    wow your online !! nice well thats what i thought about my temp`s ! will im going to copy my specc`s from the msi form because thats where i bought my MB from ^^ so i cant get it to work @ 3.6+ with out me putting that much vcore on it so it just might be that the cooler/past i used is fine but the system is not yet configured right its a working progress and im open to suggestions but one thing to keep in mine that my rams are 1.5v on all speeds and its not to move with in .5 of the qpi/vtt thats what intel says and tbh i dont know how to set the numbers right so i change the dram volts to 1.5 and leave the QPI = auto just that ^^ here is my specc`s.
    MSI X58 pro-e- evga GTX 216 260sc-FSP bluestom 800W Quad Rail +12V 90A-Microsoft sidewinder/steelseries mouse pad-Bloomfield i7 920 D0 @ 4018 211x19 1.328 V (auto) with Thermaltake frio - 6GB transcend pc-10600 @1333- ocz vertex 60gb os-WD 2x1TB all in Thermaltake M9D mid tower case .

    ---------- Post added at 02:52 ---------- Previous post was at 02:46 ----------

    ok im going to test the same as you did on the 3.78 only thing im changing is the vlots yours are kinda funny 1.5v xD im leaving it on auto so stay toon`d btw i use real temp 3.60

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    Default Re: Thermaltake Frio CPU Cooler Review

    Quote Originally Posted by stivan View Post
    wow your online !! nice well thats what i thought about my temp`s ! will im going to copy my specc`s from the msi form because thats where i bought my MB from ^^ so i cant get it to work @ 3.6+ with out me putting that much vcore on it so it just might be that the cooler/past i used is fine but the system is not yet configured right its a working progress and im open to suggestions but one thing to keep in mine that my rams are 1.5v on all speeds and its not to move with in .5 of the qpi/vtt thats what intel says and tbh i dont know how to set the numbers right so i change the dram volts to 1.5 and leave the QPI = auto just that ^^ here is my specc`s.
    MSI X58 pro-e- evga GTX 216 260sc-FSP bluestom 800W Quad Rail +12V 90A-Microsoft sidewinder/steelseries mouse pad-Bloomfield i7 920 D0 @ 4018 211x19 1.328 V (auto) with Thermaltake frio - 6GB transcend pc-10600 @1333- ocz vertex 60gb os-WD 2x1TB all in Thermaltake M9D mid tower case .
    Nice system.Now try to see if ur cooler is seated properly or not nd reapply the thermal paste...Still if it doesnt work lemme know..Nd i also didnt touch the ram voltage...QPI is also auto...try 166 BLCK & lower voltages....also wat r u using to see temps?Is each core running at 75C or the whole Processor bcoz i posted the core results...

    ---------- Post added at 06:55 ---------- Previous post was at 06:53 ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by stivan View Post
    ok im going to test the same as you did on the 3.78 only thing im changing is the vlots yours are kinda funny 1.5v xD im leaving it on auto so stay toon`d btw i use real temp 3.60
    Ohh tahole thik ase...btw dont use my volts bcoz each processor needs different volts.....Also dont leave it to auto or u'll get insane temps....determine how much volts u need....Rofl its not 1.5 its 1.15...srry for the typo...
    Last edited by Rakin the Devil; March 10th, 2011 at 08:06.

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    Default Re: Thermaltake Frio CPU Cooler Review

    well i have just done the test and i got the numbers here but first anything less than the auto puts its more likely to be a crash so on auto i got 1.424 without load and with load i got 1.360 and i got a blck drop back when it loaded so i ended up with 20x180 =3.6ghz anyways i got the fans running @ FULL!! i cant hear my keyboard anymore and the temps are 72.70.68.65 after fast 4min test were the same temps after 2mins so its about avg temp i would say with time i will jump to 75 mybe so what you think ?? the thremal past TG-2 is bad or i didnt use it right i did make a drop not a spread-out method . and as most Arabs are i might gotten generous with the drop`s

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    Default Re: Thermaltake Frio CPU Cooler Review

    I used the spread out method....also ur temps r too high nd u need to set volts manually or u'll keep getting these temps...bcoz if i set my volt to auto i also get these kinda temps.....u need to set volt to manually nd test n fail to get the best volts for ur cpu......ok I'm going offline now have to go to class....will solve ur problem after i come bak...also it wud be helpful if u cud post a pic of ur whole system.......

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    Default Re: Thermaltake Frio CPU Cooler Review

    ok then man thanks alot i will test some volts on my own and i will post some pics sure why not ^^

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    ok dude i'm online.....u may ask wateva u need to knw nd lemme know ur exact problem......

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    very nice performance, but the quality of the product is fishticks, I have the same cooler, I prefer the newer version of the frio. If I did have an option to get another cooler ID get the noctua NHD-14.
    MUCH better cooler, or maybe something from thermalright , cooler master v6GT is also epic, Id get one but 70 dollars is just too much.

    My x6 at 4ghz is 52C at full load, why the ¤¤¤¤ are the i7 temps so insane, and mines at 52C after 3 hrs of prime 95 .
    Room temp 22C ? WTH did you have the AC on, BD room temps should be above 25C or something roundabout that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by THE_ZULK View Post
    Room temp 22C ? WTH did you have the AC on, BD room temps should be above 25C or something roundabout that.
    bcoz,he tries to fool everyone that his frio stays lower temp than any other ;P & that 4.41 is not stable. at least if it can't stay 1hr on both prime 95 or ibt

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    Quote Originally Posted by ЯV●Speed View Post
    bcoz,he tries to fool everyone that his frio stays lower temp than any other ;P & that 4.41 is not stable. at least if it can't stay 1hr on both prime 95 or ibt
    not really my room is ac 24/7 & 4.41 is stable but temps crosses 90C even wid a big table fan on it.........

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    Quote Originally Posted by ЯV●Speed View Post
    bcoz,he tries to fool everyone that his frio stays lower temp than any other ;P & that 4.41 is not stable. at least if it can't stay 1hr on both prime 95 or ibt
    Lol ive seen my phenom at 4.2 bsoding after 3 hrs of prime 95, I had to up the voltages up a bit, but whats the tiny 200 mhz worth ?
    I think he should just revert back to 4ghz or maybe 4.2 and 90C im not sure weather thats a safe zone, I remember crossing 70C with Core 2 processors was a dangerous area.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rakin the Devil View Post
    not really my room is ac 24/7 & 4.41 is stable but temps crosses 90C even wid a big table fan on it.........
    that's why i said not stable. 90+ is too much high.

    ---------- Post added at 18:52 ---------- Previous post was at 18:45 ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by THE_ZULK View Post
    Lol ive seen my phenom at 4.2 bsoding after 3 hrs of prime 95, I had to up the voltages up a bit, but whats the tiny 200 mhz worth ?
    I think he should just revert back to 4ghz or maybe 4.2 and 90C im not sure weather thats a safe zone, I remember crossing 70C with Core 2 processors was a dangerous area.
    ji vai not worthy of 200~400Mhz

    ---------- Post added at 18:54 ---------- Previous post was at 18:52 ----------

    btw,zulk & rakin please inform me if ucc brings the new frio cooler- http://www.thermaltakeusa.com/Produc...C=1405&ID=2044
    it's just so much drooling .i am going to replace it with my current frio

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    RV.speed, skip these crap and get the noctua NHD-14, that son of a ¤¤¤¤¤ performs on par with watercooling and is super quite.
    Oh and frio er shob kichu bhalo except for the noise .
    Try to get the thermalright shaman for your GTX 580, AWESOME cooler, Im trying to get these, but sadly oneck rare, I will post the reviews if you want that is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by THE_ZULK View Post
    RV.speed, skip these crap and get the noctua NHD-14, that son of a ¤¤¤¤¤ performs on par with watercooling and is super quite.
    Oh and frio er shob kichu bhalo except for the noise .
    Try to get the thermalright shaman for your GTX 580, AWESOME cooler, Im trying to get these, but sadly oneck rare, I will post the reviews if you want that is.
    unfortunately those coolers aren't available here. so,i have to buy whatever best i can 4m bd. & for 580 i will get ac accelero extreme later after my 3 year warranty period expires. as my current rig have to stand 5 more years. i will take it maximum burning overclocking after all of the products looses their warranty period.
    & i may also consider of buying corsair H70 later. but,for now frio ock will do the work.

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