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What's wrong with the weight? It's 1kg, including fans.
This the D14 weighs more fully laden, there has been no reports of damaged sockets.

At one stage I had 3 NF-P12's on it.

NH-D14 1040g

each fan about 170g each

So total weight 1550g
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Wow, that cooler looks amazing, definitely up to zalman standards, but how does it perform?
To Zalman standards also

Sorry guys about the double post.
post #43 of 58
I kinda like the looks of it, but we'll see how it performs when reviewed.

Another pic just searching around for it:

http://gallery.guru3d.com/gallery/Tr...l#IMG_0390.JPG

Looks like it does cover the first 1 or 2 RAM slots.
post #44 of 58
Looks a bit better then old style Zalman coolers with the fan in the center but still Zalman loves that round shape don't they.
    
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I always love the round design
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Do not want
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This the D14 weighs more fully laden, there has been no reports of damaged sockets.

At one stage I had 3 NF-P12's on it.

NH-D14 1040g

each fan about 170g each

So total weight 1550g
Exactly. So, 1Kg really isn't a big deal.

The megahalems without a fan is 790g. With a fan, it will easily reach a kilo.
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One thing to watch out for is that some CPU cooler manufacturer's only include the heatsink's weight as the "weight spec" while others include the fan as well.
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Exactly. So, 1Kg really isn't a big deal.

The megahalems without a fan is 790g. With a fan, it will easily reach a kilo.
Lol. Sarcasm. :3
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One thing to watch out for is that some CPU cooler manufacturer's only include the heatsink's weight as the "weight spec" while others include the fan as well.
The fans are intergrated on this cooler. So i doubt that they wouldnt include them in the weight.
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