by Wakoo » Tue Nov 20, 2018 10:59 pm, Post (With a grain of salt, I use tier C for OS myself). It was late and I headed to bed. by benneq » Thu Nov 15, 2018 4:39 pm, Post Played with overclocking the card and was thoroughly impressed with temperatures. ... Raijintek MORPHEUS II Universal GPU Air Cooler. Tier 8&9 Ryzen stock cooler performance. I then switched to tin snips, and while it's not the prettiest, it's functional. Following the success of their CPU coolers, Raijintek are now moving into the world of graphics card cooling, starting with the Morpheus GPU cooler which we are reviewing today. Tier A and B for overcloking. Started 34 minutes ago If anyone has a source for a good copper GPU VRM heatsink, let me know. But maybe it'll perform better and let me push my card a bit further, although I was a little worried about vrm and memory temps. I tested that with FurMark while connecting the B12 to mainboard fan header and setting a fixed fan speed in BIOS. I have copper ones, and they do the trick well. We will also compared the thermal results with a NZXT Kraken G10 (with Kraken X40) graphics card cooler, an Arctic Accelero Xtreme IV and Arctic Accelero Hybrid II graphics card cooler … The RAM heatsinks won't clear the cooler in all places though. Started 22 minutes ago Morpheus comes with 12 copper heat-pipes, 129 fins, mirror copper base, and the option to install 2*120mm fans; those outstanding combination and design provide best acceleration of heat dissipation process to assure your VGA board running under optimal temperature. Yes, you want to take it apart and put this massive thing on the card but you have to first put on the smaller heatsinks for the VRM/Memory. Now it's 33c, 400RPM fans and hit 52c during an hour of FFXV with the same 1300mhz clock and 1100v undervolt from 1168v stock. But doubtful. Couldn't enter bios as well. I agree that there isn't a price/performance benefit of doing this. In my mind, why would anyone buy a tempered glass side panel case? MORPHEUS II CORE EDITION Universal GPU Air Cooler, whole heatsink black coated, a superior high-end VGA cooler, designed to meet cooling capacity up to 360 Watts of TDP. Case fans were locked at my max curve speed, 60%. A couple of weeks ago I stumbled across the Morpheus II cooler and grabbed it on a whim. Its brobdingnagian design, which according to Raijintek, allows the cooler to handle graphics cards up to 360W of TDP. I got as much out/dry as I could with compressed nitrogen. I found 2150Mhz target (max allowed in Radeon app) gets glitchy in RDR2. Do not waste your money! Tier 3&4 for overclocking Ryzen 3,5,7 or lower power Intel Cpus. I would do troubleshooting the next evening. I don't love the VRM solution Morpheus provides, but it works. Getting lots of screen-tearing after installing RTX 3080, BIOS update for a brand new PC with the Ryzen 5600x CPU, Can’t boot from m.2 after I put windows on it. Most Phanteks airflow series cases already done! I know my cable management sucks, but I don't have a side window so . I think RGB is a giant waste of money. Heatsinks attached and seem well adhered. except on the memory. It's easy! I like to keep my system quiet, hence the 5700xt cooler upgrade. Memory and VRM temps are a bit higher, but those die temps! I figured worst case, I wasted $85 (after shipping from the UK) More likely it'll be quieter, at least. Our technical advice has been featured on publications such as: New York Times, O'Reilly, PCMag, Popular Mechanics, Forbes, etc. Comes with 12 copper heat-pipes, 129 fins, copper base, and the option to install 2×120mm fans. I don't have any after I removed the stock cooler. It's cheaper to just sell any underperforming card, and buy a new one with a better AIB cooler. Sapphire's cooler works well in that department, especially if you sacrifice some noise. I'm going to purchase more low profile RAM heatsinks as well so I can get rid of a couple of my hacked up ones. Cleaned the board up and started prepping for copper heatsink application. Started 15 minutes ago I also purchased some alphacool copper heatsinks for the VRMs and RAM (10x10 and 14x14), but I wasn't sure if they would fit under the Morpheus. Tier B for overclocking 5900x, Tier C for overclocking 5800X. Strongest GPU Passive Cooler? Posted in CPUs, Motherboards, and Memory, Linus Media Group I have some copper heatsinks, but the ones I bought were too tall and had to be trimmed in places. Started 1 hour ago The Morpheus thermal compound gave me about 5C higher temps and a larger Delta between junction and average temps, so I decided to pull the cooler again and repaste. I ran my stock fan curve at 50% max and was satisfied with temps but not with noise, so this alone was a great upgrade for me. . RAIJINTEK MORPHEUS II Superior High-End VGA Cooler, 12Pcs 6mm Heat-Pipe, TDP Up To 360 Watts, Fully Nickel Plating, 24 RAM Heat-Sinks & 1 Big VRM Heat-Sink, High Compatibility With Modern & Future VGA. (it's the only reason I still have the reference cooler on my 5700XT, which I wish was way quieter). Oct 3, 2019 - Raijintek Morpheus II Core Edition High Performance VGA GPU Cooler ALL BLACK. Graphics Card: ASRock Reference RX 5700 XT Case: Antec P5 PSU: Rosewill Capstone 750M Monitor: MSI Optix MAG241C Case Fans: 2x Arctic P12 PWM Tier C cheap/IGPU. CRJ 4-Pin PWM GPU Dual Fan Splitter Adapter Cable All Black Sleeved for Graphics Cards 4.7 out of 5 stars 152.