Testing & Results
We run Intel’s Burn Test to test our SilverStone Tundra Series TD02-Lite and the testing is pretty straight forward, We run Intel’s Burn Test for 15 minutes, make a note of the temperature, then wait 30 minutes and run it again. We repeat the process three times and average the results.
|Case Type||DIYPC Open Test Bench|
|CPU||Intel Core I7 5820K 4 – 4.4GHz|
|Motherboard||Asus Pro X99|
|RAM||Kingston HyperX Savage 3000MHz DC (15 16 16 39)|
|CPU Cooler||SilverStone Tundra Series TD02-Lite|
|Hard Drives||480GB HyperX Predator M.2 PCIe SSD (OS Drive)|
|Optical||Liteon DVD Burner|
|GPU||ASUS ROG Strix GeForce GTX 1070 8GB|
|Case Fans||1 x 180mm Mosfet / CPU / RAM cooling fan|
1 x 120mm PCI-E Cooling Fan
|Testing PSU||SilverStone 1500W ST-1500-GS|
|Mouse||Razer DeathAdder Chroma|
|Keyboard||Razer BlackWidow Chroma|
|Any Attempt Copy This System Configuration May Lead to Bankruptcy|
We start at stock clocks and run our battery of tests so let’s get right to it.
Here at 3.6GHz we see the SilverStone TD02-Lite idling at 27°C and hitting a top end at 54°C.
At 4GHz we see the TD02-Lite holding the line at 28°C Idle and 66°C load so it’s holding up to a good 400MHz OC.
The Idle at 4.3GHz crept up to 40°C and topped out at 70°C under load. Our 5820K traditionally needs a pretty good voltage bump to make 4.4GHz and most dual radiator coolers don’t survive that test.
Here at 4.4GHz we ran stable but the thermals hit 90°C load which is our cutoff max temperature for testing, so the TD02-Slim wouldn’t hold the 4.4GHz OC. The thermals on the idle were at 40°C but the load temperature was just too much for the dual radiator setup.