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post #11 of 28
we really need some advancements in the CPU heat area. These coolers are getting bigger and bigger :S
post #12 of 28
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Originally Posted by OverTheBelow View Post
So many NH-D14/Silver Arrow lookalikes these days.
Agreed
post #13 of 28
Deep Cool is impressing me day by day.
post #14 of 28
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Originally Posted by KusH View Post
Looks like a Silver Arrow. Should have good temps with good fans on it.

Off topic:

You're a news posting machine this morning.
It's a Noctua NHD14!
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Those fan blades resemble gentle typhoons. Wonder how they'll perform! :O
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post #16 of 28
im pretty sure its larger than a nh-d14 and not very tall either, i guess they will have problem with memory compatibility, especially on a x79 platform lol, weight is not a problem for sure, as long as the mounting system is good.
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Wow, a couple new CPU coolers and all are so big!
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post #18 of 28
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So many NH-D14/Silver Arrow lookalikes these days.
true, but it was first started out by thermalright IFX-14 then NH-D14 really put such a cooler in the spotlight.
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post #19 of 28
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we really need some advancements in the CPU heat area. These coolers are getting bigger and bigger :S
Unfortunately, the constraints of physics are coming in to play. The aircooler has just about reached the pinnacle of evolution.

There's only so many parameters you can tweak with a heatsink. Choice of metal/substrate, thickness of the fins, total surface area. Fluid velocity (ie, how fast the air moves). Fluid viscosity would matter if you had a choice of coolant other than air. Making the fin surface a bit rough breaks up laminar flow, which can help a bit. That's about it.

You can make a heatsink in any shape or configuration you want, but those are the factors that actually make a difference.
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post #20 of 28
I never got the point of these huge, expensive air coolers. A cheap watercooling setup is way better looking and performing
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