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Enough for my i7?

I am going to buy a new core the i7 7700k, and with that a new cooler. My question is will a
Noctua NH-U9S do it for me? I also want to overclock it at some point ,will that make any complications in form from overheating?
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  1. Since you're looking at the NH-U9S, I'm assuming you're building within an SFF system like a EVGA Hadron Air. Regardless, yes the cooler will be capable of cooling the CPU with a mild overclock. Mind you, if your ambient air temps are lower you could go for higher overclocks. As a confirmatory note, I used a NH-U9S on an EVGA Z170 Stinger inside an EVGA Hadron Air which was powered by an i7-6700K.

    Mind sharing your full system's specs? You placed this thread in the motherboard section yet there's no mention of a motherboard ;)
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  2. No I am actually not building an SFF system. I came to this cooler because i had trouble with my previous decission the dark rock pro 3 and my mainboard. (last post)

    Full System:
    Motherboard: ASRock Fatal1ty Z270 Gaming K4
    Graphic card: 8GB Asus GeForce GTX 1080 (A8G)
    Core: Intel Core i7 7700K 4x 4.20GHz
    Case: be quiet! Silent Base 800
    PS: 500 Watt be quiet
    Cooler: Noctua NH-U9S
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    If you have access to Cryorig products, you could look into the H5 or H7 coolers. Speaking of which where are you located? Would you happen to have a budget and a preferred site for purchase? The NH-U9S would do the job but if you had a better option, why not take that, right?
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  4. Unfortunately i am currently living in Austria which makes it very hard to find all these parts. I looked it up on the Website I am buying all my other parts from, but I didn`t find any product named Cryorig.
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