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people probably already mentioned this but it looks awfully like the susanoo from scythe... which is a piece of crap.

no thanks, the d14 is probably still tops with air coolers
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What people have failed to realize is that cooler has done what no D14 on any motherboard in existence can do; use ALL the RAM slots.
    
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Originally Posted by badatgames18 View Post
people probably already mentioned this but it looks awfully like the susanoo from scythe... which is a piece of crap.

no thanks, the d14 is probably still tops with air coolers
Construction quality will likely be on par with other Noctua designs.

Beyond that performance depends on type, size, configuration, and number heatpipes; the fin area these are connected to; how they are connected; and the air flow through them.

The resemblance to the Susanoo is purely superficial.

This is more closely resembles a NH-D14 with an extra heatpipe and a different orientation.

I would put my money on it matching or beating the D14s performance.

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Originally Posted by MR KROGOTH View Post
What people have failed to realize is that cooler has done what no D14 on any motherboard in existence can do; use ALL the RAM slots.
I never had issues with using all of my memory slots, on any of my boards, with my D-14.
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I'm more interested in the performance of their new fan design than their new cooler...
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Quote:
Originally Posted by gadget_lova View Post
I'm more interested in the performance of their new fan design than their new cooler...
As this is a prototype, hopefully we will see said fans on the final design...hopefully!
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We seem to have someone with a functional brain here.
Did you say "top tier engineers"?
Yes I would be happy to show them what I think they're doing wrong.
They better be paying for my know how first though.
I tried contacting the guys at Arctic Accelero about the VRM cooler issue for the 5970 card.
They didn't even have the decency to return my e-mail.
P*ss on them.
Could have solved their problems.
Bunch of dummies.
Yeah but one thing, (don't take offense) people don't like to have their product shot down.
These are the reasons why:

They invest a considerable amount of money and time into these said "coolers"

Also they probably see those type of emails all the time about how their designs could be made better.
Most of which would of ended up in the electronic trash.

I was having to talk to people about a product called Daemon Water for liquid cooling.
But the process took a while and I had to be polite to a lot of people that don't want to talk to you.
Now I have access to a chemical company that will run a sample batch of the liquid I want.

Your best bet is to (and if you want to) design a prototype and then patent the design. Once you have that design then talk shop.
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no matter how big it is, how heavy or uncomfortable it is, if it beats the noctua d14 i will buy it be sure
    
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Yeah but one thing, (don't take offense) people don't like to have their product shot down.
These are the reasons why:

They invest a considerable amount of money and time into these said "coolers"

Also they probably see those type of emails all the time about how their designs could be made better.
Most of which would of ended up in the electronic trash.

I was having to talk to people about a product called Daemon Water for liquid cooling.
But the process took a while and I had to be polite to a lot of people that don't want to talk to you.
Now I have access to a chemical company that will run a sample batch of the liquid I want.

Your best bet is to (and if you want to) design a prototype and then patent the design. Once you have that design then talk shop.

From the looks of these coolers,they designed them in an hour on a CADCAM machine and had them made in the orient.
They seem to be totally ignoring the laws of physics and just pumping out designer junk.
I'll give you a hint to my dilemma:

If these coolers were being used with the cases laying on their sides [cooler up like the old days] instead of the cases standing up on end,then their coolers might make more sense.

As to the Arctic cooler thing for the 5970,I did e-mail them telling them what I did and why.
No response,but I did notice they put the advice not to overtighten the X plates on their site - putting any fault for failure on the shoulders of the installer.
That's much cheaper than issuing a new VRM cooler,admitting your mistake and any liabilty for damaged/destroyed cards.
Funny thing was that the factory cooler had the X plates tightened right down,IIRC.
Hmmm.
post #69 of 80
How is orientation relevant in the slightest?

This thing isn't remotely large enough to risk damaging a board, and all the heatpipes used by major manufacturers are sintered or wicked, so cooling itself is almost unaffected by orientation.

~1500g held ~90mm over a board is nothing as far as torque goes.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Blameless View Post
How is orientation relevant in the slightest?

This thing isn't remotely large enough to risk damaging a board, and all the heatpipes used by major manufacturers are sintered or wicked, so cooling itself is almost unaffected by orientation.

~1500g held ~90mm over a board is nothing as far as torque goes.

Sintered or wicked?
Perhaps you could explain this?
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