How Much Better Are Aftermarket CPU Coolers Than Intel's Stock Coolers

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How Much Better Are Aftermarket CPU Coolers Than Intel's Stock Coolers
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Our test CPU is Intel's Core i7-7700K, a popular model for gamers and general performance enthusiasts. With the widely-used LGA1151 socket, it's a good test option for this build, since a wide variety of aftermarket coolers are compatible with it. The 7700K is actually one of the few CPUs on the market that doesn't come with its own cooler in the box, but we bought two separate stock coolers for the sake of comparison. (Its non-overclockable sibling, the i7-7700, does come with a stock cooler.)

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