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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835103176&nm_mc=AFC-C8Junction&cm_mmc=AFC-C8Junction-_-CPU%20Cooling-_-Cooler%20Master-_-35103176&AID=10440897&PID=3938566&SID=

This looks beefy. Does anyone have any idea if it could quite possibly fit in a tj08-e? Thanks

Physical Spec

Fan Dimensions
120 x 120 x 25 mm (4.7" x 4.7" x 1")

Heatsink Dimensions
134 x 74 x 158 mm (5.3" x 2.9" x 6.2")

Weight
826g HeatSink + 152g Fan
post #2372 of 7177
yep should fit but it looks overpriced
post #2373 of 7177
So I have the following parts already

TJ08-E
i7 3820
Rampage IV Gene
Samsung DDR3 4x4GB (the low profile 1.35v ones)
4 x 3.5" drives
1 x 2.5" drive
PSU
MSI GTX 670 PE
Xonar STX

Taking into account all of that stuff, can anyone suggest me a good cooler that will fit taking note of the 3.5" drives? I was thinking of the HR-02 Macho but after sizing up a HDD inside the case, I'm not sure if it would fit. Price is no issue and erm I'd like air cooling instead of custom water or a closed loop like an H80. An H80 is still an option but I'd rather like something else as having the H80 as an exhaust would not be a good idea as I have a high ambient.

Thanks for any help!
post #2374 of 7177
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Originally Posted by yashau View Post

So I have the following parts already
TJ08-E
i7 3820
Rampage IV Gene
Samsung DDR3 4x4GB (the low profile 1.35v ones)
4 x 3.5" drives
1 x 2.5" drive
PSU
MSI GTX 670 PE
Xonar STX
Taking into account all of that stuff, can anyone suggest me a good cooler that will fit taking note of the 3.5" drives? I was thinking of the HR-02 Macho but after sizing up a HDD inside the case, I'm not sure if it would fit. Price is no issue and erm I'd like air cooling instead of custom water or a closed loop like an H80. An H80 is still an option but I'd rather like something else as having the H80 as an exhaust would not be a good idea as I have a high ambient.
Thanks for any help!

Having the H80 as exhaust would be fine honestly.. The amount of air the front AP 181 moves is pretty decent. And you're not going to find too many heatsinks with the cooling capacity at the size you want to make sure they don't interfere with the HDD's.

Edit; The Thermalright Archon could be a choice? Fairly slim decent; but solid cooling capacity.
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post #2375 of 7177
Archon is 171mm in height. 165mm seems to be the maximum height the case supports. frown.gif

What about the TPC 812?
post #2376 of 7177
What about the Prolimatech Megahlem?
post #2377 of 7177
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Originally Posted by trulsrohk View Post

Stock one on lower setting not good enough?
Can also fan control it down to about 400 rpm, or you can also install a 140mm in there and have many more fan options

Hi,

I bought a new stock fan (as I no longer had the original one) and fitted it back in and it's fine in terms of noise on the lower setting - in fact, it makes me wonder why I even bothered with the Phobya fans in the first place! It's also knocked a few degrees off my temps.

One thing though - I can't figure out how the switch fits back in! For now I've got the fan permanently on the lower setting with the switch/cable tucked away inside the case, but I would like to fit it back where it originally was, but I can't see how. There's a cut out where the switch goes, but nowhere to route the cable. As it's been a couple of months since I removed the original fan, I can't remember how to put it back, lol.

Does anyone have a pic they can show me of how it goes in please?

Thanks!
post #2378 of 7177
Ok 1st photo with all the parts in, almost complete:

7599314174_cb91f227ba.jpg


In the pic:
Case: TJ08e
Mobo: Asus Gene V
CPU: 3770K
HSF: Corsair A70 (pulled from dust bin, will WC later on)
HDD: 2x WD Scorpio black 750GB (1 died... need to replace it)
SSD: 1x Crucial m4 256GB
Video: 1x Asus GTX670 DCU2 TOP
RAM: 2x 4GB DDR3 1600 GSkill
PSU: Seasonic X-560 (working great, fan wont spin in windows/internet only when there is enough load like a game)

Ignore the SATA cables, need to buy longer ones to properly route them...

Noise:
I added some sound proof foam, (purchased a set from Silverstone, enough for both panels and still have some to place on bottom and top)
The front fan is not that noisy at "low" on high it is noticeable but wont break my ears.
Asus GTX makes no noise at all, perfect!
The main issue is the HSF, Corsair fans were extremely loud so I reused a couple of AP15 but are running at 100% since the mobo wont control them (control only for PWM) so I will have to find the time to put some resistors on the AP15 to make them quieter, right now they are the only noticeable noise source that I have.



Other stuff
Soon I'll be adding a Samsung 830 SSD to combine with the m4 for OS and Games.
Need to buy the replacement HDD, so I can try the Intel RST backup/out of sync mirror thing for the Data drive, if works as expected that's a great new addition. (at least I never saw it on previous mobos/drivers) if not, then will go with normal mirror (Raid1)

PSU may be small I know, but I already had it at home so I reused it.
Later on, when I upgrade to SLI I will have to replace it with a Seasonic Platinum smile.gif
post #2379 of 7177
i have a couple questions...

with the magicool 180 in the front, can you use the bottom 3.5 bay?

with the phobya 200 in the front, can you use the bay?
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XSPC EX120 120mm Radiator Silverstone AP181 Fan Gentle Typhoon AP15 Windows 8 Professional x64 
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HP LP3065c DasKeyboard Ultimate Model S Seasonic X650 Silverstone TJ08B-E 
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Logitech G700 Mionix Propus 380 Audioengine D1 USB DAC Parasound 2125 Amplifier 
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post #2380 of 7177
it certainly can...

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not sure about the phobya though
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