13 months ago
I'm getting a closed water loop for my Ryzen 2700X, but that may require a mounting adapter which would take an extra couple days to arrive and I want to use my PC as fast as possible. I'll install the water cooler if I can but just in case I need to order a mounting adapter, will the stock Ryzen cooler be enough to cool the CPU while I wait? I don't plan on overclocking it too early but I do plan on doing some heavy gaming on the 2080 Ti card I'm getting (don't give me advice about the card, I know what I need). My case is the Matrexx 55 so I think it's well ventilated. Just want to make sure the stock cooler is enough, thanks.