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post #21 of 88
this isn't that big. . . check out the scythe susanoo 12

the thing weighs 1565 grams or 3.4 pounds. . .


i like the look of this noctua much better
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Coolers/heat sinks only damage a mobo when installed wrong.. i.e. to tight or not tight enough...
Well if its over tightened then it can certainly damage the socket. But we aren't talking about that. He was trying to say that the weight of a correctly installed heatsink will damage the motherboard which is just not the case.
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The irony is that a good CPU cooler with quiet fans is still way better than the Corsair ALC with their louder fans. I mean you can't even cool a CPU passively with the latter.
maybe im readng ya wrong, you sayin a h* series with silent fans cant cool well? if i am sry.. i am a little tippsy.. lol.. im at 4ghz (i7-920) on 1.296v @ 70c max (@l 100% load) on a hot day in socal... with no A/C in the house so my ambient is high... im happy with these temps in the situation im at... would a big block air cooler with Noc fans be better.. "maybe" but i cant say yes or no cause i havnt used Noc fans.. but im sure they would be louder with not a big drop in C average
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Well if its over tightened then it can certainly damage the socket. But we aren't talking about that. He was trying to say that the weight of a correctly installed heatsink will damage the motherboard which is just not the case.
I'm really hoping you are not referring to me, otherwise you simply cannot read.

I explicitly put "stress" on purpose. I'm not trying to fanboy out because OMGH70FTW?! I've build multiple rigs for friends and others with D-14's without worrying. Just mentally it makes me think twice about weight. Though I know Noctua mounting systems overly study and are a dream to work with plus are quite.. idiot-proof for a lack of better words, I just do not like products that make me think twice. I honestly feel more confident with putting a full scale loop into my system over a D14. I prefer a cleaner look. I know having different opinions and aesthetic preferences is terrible, sue me.

I'm sorry if you didn't direct it at me, it just seems I'm the one with an H70 and not liking this prototype, which lines up perfectly with your previous post

Everyone has different preferences for coolers, else there would only be one product out in the market. This is one prototype I dislike, just as I find the Scythe Susanoo to be just a terrible eyesore and a stupidity quite frankly. It isn't because I have an H70, it's just my personal opinion. Hell even my brother that has a Coolink Corator DS [poor mans D14 I suppose? ] found this prototype retarded. [If that's even worth anything... whatever]
    
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Yes Noctua, my board was just telling me yesterday it needed more stress, especially on the CPU socket.
Yes I was talking about your initial post. So where does this 'stress' you are talking about come from if its not the weight?
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post #26 of 88
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Yes I was talking about your initial post. So where does this 'stress' you are talking about come from if its not the weight?
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It looks like a Triple Whopper but sideways
 
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post #28 of 88
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Originally Posted by nil405 View Post
maybe im readng ya wrong, you sayin a h* series with silent fans cant cool well? if i am sry.. i am a little tippsy.. lol.. im at 4ghz (i7-920) on 1.296v @ 70c max (@l 100% load) on a hot day in socal... with no A/C in the house so my ambient is high... im happy with these temps in the situation im at... would a big block air cooler with Noc fans be better.. "maybe" but i cant say yes or no cause i havnt used Noc fans.. but im sure they would be louder with not a big drop in C average
I'm saying they won't cool as well as a tower cooler.
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where are the good old venomous x like designs i dont want these monstrositys in my case
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Once again, you hit a point where your lowest temps are the temp of the room.
    
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