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Thanks, couldn't find a diagram anywhere for it, just need to work out which sideways orientation would be best now.
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Yes but the C14 dimensions are 140x163mm as well.
http://noctua.at/inc/imageviewer_360.php?item=111
Rotating it will allow more clearance for the top fan.
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thanks guys, just need an extra 12mm to fit a normal fan and hopefully still leave room for the exhaust fan and clear the mobo heatsinks, think I'll put the pipes towards the rear.
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this made me wonder, if used on a non-restrictive grille intake, would S12A be better than P12?
comparatively in both raw airflow and noise profile, and probably fan orientation.
or can i take noctua's raw numbers at face value?


on a side note, is there any reason why noctua doesn't make slim fans?
Edited by epic1337 - 10/20/15 at 9:41am
post #2125 of 3060
Yeah I was wondering why Noctua don't do a slim fan. Maybe it's because it's an impossible ask and they wouldn't be able to reach the standards they have set themselves. Clearly Cryorig have had to put a spin on their figures for the XT140 - no way is it as quite as they claim. If I was going to choose a slim fan again I'd go for the Prolimatech Ultra Sleek Vortex 140 based on reviews and stats but it's very hard to source in the UK.
post #2126 of 3060
they could simply cater on the ULNA buyers when it comes to slim fans, 800RPM~1000PRM won't be noisy, yet i'd assume they're still capable of pushing 30~40CFM.

plus, they'd be able to fit a 12015 fan where 8025 are the only option, e.g. NH-L12.
i'd assume a slim 120mm fan is still better than a low RPM 80mm fan.
Edited by epic1337 - 10/20/15 at 10:27am
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Went all out with my noctua setup. I think I have a total of 18 Noctua fans in the case right now. Rads are in push-pull with NF-P14's.
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could use some more noctuas. biggrin.gif
post #2129 of 3060
Sorted the NH-C14, rotating provided loads more space, don't know why that isn't the recommended position, all the official shots show it heat pipes to PCI. Thanks for the pointers. Swapped my P14s on it to PWM fans and put one of the spare P14s on the top exhaust, temps much better and far quieter than the Cryorig : ) Means I've now got a spare P14 FLX if anyone wants it, as well as the XT-140 if you don't mind the noise!

Thing is the reported fan speed is very odd, got it controlled at bios level on the P7P55-d but the reported fan speeds in hardware monitor and the like are strange, vary from showing insane 5 digit speeds to nothing and anything in between. It does seem to be ramping up with the CPU temp on benchmarking though which is good. So don't know if it's something to be concerned with.
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Sorted the NH-C14, rotating provided loads more space, don't know why that isn't the recommended position, all the official shots show it heat pipes to PCI. Thanks for the pointers. Swapped my P14s on it to PWM fans and put one of the spare P14s on the top exhaust, temps much better and far quieter than the Cryorig : ) Means I've now got a spare P14 FLX if anyone wants it, as well as the XT-140 if you don't mind the noise!

Thing is the reported fan speed is very odd, got it controlled at bios level on the P7P55-d but the reported fan speeds in hardware monitor and the like are strange, vary from showing insane 5 digit speeds to nothing and anything in between. It does seem to be ramping up with the CPU temp on benchmarking though which is good. So don't know if it's something to be concerned with.

My suggestion: always use the latest version of HWiNFO64, even the beta ones. Then post a screenshot, and contact the developer in this site.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1235672/official-hwinfo-32-64-thread/0_80
    
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