The summer In my country around 35-40 degree and the condition not near my pc
and they told me the wrath fan not good enough
so what better one i should buy for this cpu
The Corsair H105 or H110i. Liquid cooling is much better than air given high ambient temperatures.
there's many Corasir cooling h55 to h100 and it's cost half price from h105 and h110
or only the version you mention to me just for fx-9590 well be fine?
Anything the H80i and up will be fine, but with a double length radiator of the H100 series, if your case can mount a 240-280mm radiator, you can spin the fans slower for lower noise because of the increased cooling power. Hardwood has the H80i I believe, and can give you a description of the performance. I have the H105 and on my overclocked FX-8350 I keep the fans under 1000RPM.
got it now and i understand more then before
I have the Antec Kuhler 920, it runs at minimal settings as I don't overclock. It's worked nicely on my old Pii 955 and this 6350. I don't know if I could recommend it for a 9590 though. I think you'd be better off with what black_zion has or some other dual fan radiator system.
Tell now i guess the H80I good for 9590 and just need to know how to control the CPU temperatures or how to keep it in good stand
and anything needed i well ask you for sure
Because the FX-9000 series CPUs are rated at 220w vs. 125w for the FX-8000 series CPUs, you need a top performing tower style HSF to cool an FX-9590 CPU properly. IME only the very top approx. 7 HSFs are going to be able to properly cool an FX-9590 with high ambient room temps. The link below from FrostyTech shows the best performing HSFs they have tested. From personal experience I can advise that these HSFs are excellent cooling for high frequency FX 8-core CPUs but you will need to maintain good airflow through your PC case to remove the heat from your CPU as well as your GPU.
By using a proper HSF you eliminate any possibility of PC damage from liquid coolers which do leak and do cause PC hardware damage.
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