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This is by far the most comprehensive fan packaging I've ever seen tongue.gif Premium brands entail premium packaging wink.gif The included accessories are awesome, too.

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I'm running them around 1100 RPM or so and they move a good bit of air on the H100 in push/pull. I'll update with more pictures eventually.
Edited by staryoshi - 6/13/12 at 7:07pm
    
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I agreed about the packaging. By far the most detailed I've seen. Their heatsink installation instructions are also top notch.
post #513 of 3060
noctua has always been a retailers dream in packaging, merchandising, and commercial ads.
everyone knows a noctua fan in a case no doubt.

airdeano
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Does anyone here run a C14 on a 3930K? I'm trying to find some load temperatures using this combination. Thanks.
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Originally Posted by aln688 View Post

Does anyone here run a C14 on a 3930K? I'm trying to find some load temperatures using this combination. Thanks.

good question, but noctua doen't list the C14 as applicable on its site. for mounting you might be able to
use the nh-d14 2011 mounting kit. i'd contact noctua about the concerns.
i bet the thinking is that the lower 140 will not install due to the RAM socket. and running a single 140 on
the 2011 socket is half-cooling the job. im still waiting on my second C14 to see if the f12 may strap to
the lower portion. kina like a horizontal d14 single tower.

http://www.noctua.at/pdf/manuals/noctua_nh_c14_manual_en.pdf

airdeano
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Originally Posted by aln688 View Post

Does anyone here run a C14 on a 3930K? I'm trying to find some load temperatures using this combination. Thanks.

 

I have one but only have a 2500k that I haven't installed it on for any length of time. For the moment I'm using a H50.

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good question, but noctua doen't list the C14 as applicable on its site. for mounting you might be able to
use the nh-d14 2011 mounting kit. i'd contact noctua about the concerns.
i bet the thinking is that the lower 140 will not install due to the RAM socket. and running a single 140 on
the 2011 socket is half-cooling the job. im still waiting on my second C14 to see if the f12 may strap to
the lower portion. kina like a horizontal d14 single tower.
http://www.noctua.at/pdf/manuals/noctua_nh_c14_manual_en.pdf
airdeano

 

As far as I know all of the Noctua heatsinks use the same SecuFimr2 mounting system so they are cross compatible and If you get a 2011 mount kit it should work. As far as ram height goes check the the compatibility list. My guess is that the more recently packaged heatsinks will come with the 2011 kit because Noctua is a boss like that.

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Originally Posted by animal0307 View Post

My guess is that the more recently packaged heatsinks will come with the 2011 kit because Noctua is a boss like that.

i was informed by another compatibility list http://www.noctua.at/main.php?show=support_compatibility_lists&lng=en that it'll fit..

airdeano
post #518 of 3060
Someone here is willing to sell the plugs/cables that you are not using like the extension cables/Y-cable/ under volt cable..????
Let me know...
Edited by zGunBLADEz - 6/17/12 at 10:49am
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Someone here is willing to sell the plugs/cables that you are not using like the extension cables/Y-cable/ under volt cable.. Let me know...
sell???? do you mean buy???? biggrin.gif or are we going to Babylon biggrin.gif
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sell???? do you mean buy???? biggrin.gif or are we going to Babylon biggrin.gif

Yeah sell.. as i dont need it or want it so i would sell it...
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