I right now have an i7-4930K and it reaches around 80C during Prime 95's small FFTs test if overclocked at 4.4GHz and with 1.245v after 5-10 minutes. This is with a Hyper 212 EVO (with a single BladeMaster fan 120mm fan, not the stock fan). I'm wondering if this CPU cooler will be able to handle the heat from an i9-9900k at stock without throttling. I also have a 2nd BladeMaster 120 mm fan that I'm not using right now but I have the option to add to the 212 EVO for a dual fan configuration if it will make a huge difference in temperatures of the 9900k. I'm planning on either purchasing a Ryzen 3800x or i9-9900k within the next 7 days but I might have to purchase a new cooler if I get the 9900k if my current one with dual fans installed is not good enough and the Ryzen 3800x includes a fan so there is savings there in not having to buy a separate CPU cooler for the Ryzen and the Ryzen 3800x is $50 cheaper at Microcenter than the 9900k. Is a stock 9900k still going to run hotter than my i7-4930k overclocked at 4.4GHz with the same CPU cooler.