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The graph shows a 270x getting 35 fps on singleplayer which doesn't mean anything, BF4 is a multiplayer game
Also a 760 will easily get 50+ on 1080p in BF4.
Both run the same temperatures at load.
The NH-D14 runs a little quieter, but nothing major.
H60 will take MUCH MUCH less space compared to the NH-D14.
The H60 will cost 49 $ while the NH-D14 cost 74 $.
AOI takes less space, runs good temperatures & cost less.
Last edited by Toffie; 2014-01-30 at 10:28 AM.
As for AIO's, afaik they do produce similar performance to a strong air cooler but they look a lot better imo, lets you appreciate more of your build and ill probably incorporate one in my next build
CPU: I5 2500K @4.5ghz (1.285v), CPU cooler: Corsair H100 push/pull GPU: MSI R7970 Lightning @1200Mhz, Case: Corsair 650D, Ram: 16GB Corsair vengeance, Mobo: Asrock Z77 Extreme4, PSU: Corsair TX650M, SSD: Samsung 830 128GB, HDD: WD Caviar Black 1TB SPU: Xonar Essence STX
Yeah, AIO's are more amazing/handy in small build applications though. You can squeeze them in just about every case and combine them with your exhaust fan.
My newest addition, the AudioEngine D1:
+ AudioQuest Golden Gate RCA
+ AudioQuest Pearl USB
I know there are better cables than AQ, but they're an affordable step up from standard wires. I gotta say, this is sounding quite divine. The D1 is very smooth sounding, not harsh at all (except for a few occasions, but I understand that's because it needs to be broken in).
Last edited by Notarget; 2014-01-30 at 08:55 PM.
CPU: Intel i7-4790k 4.7GHz MB: ASUS Z97 Pro Gamer
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