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I'm sold on the noctua... omg
    
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2nd the small form noctua

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nvm i watched a vid on youtube and the c14 is huge... lol

would it fit into haf 912?
Edited by Tori - 8/8/11 at 11:32am
    
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nvm i watched a vid on youtube and the c14 is huge... lol
Yeah, it's bigger than the Cooler Master GeminiII S. However, I don't know how good or bad the GeminiII S is even though it does come with a SickleFlow fan (which are nice fans).
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Do you mean this one?

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835118003

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Anyway, I don't know how good or bad this cooler is, but I think the Cooler Master GeminiII S would be superior because then you could replace the fan any time you need to with any 120mm fan you want.
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post #18 of 27
in terms of height, zalman cooler is a little bit shorter than 212 plus, terms of width it is alot more narrower than 212 plus. do u not want bulky cooler because of its weight or just looks? because most big tower coolers will fit inside of your case since its mid tower..
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120mm is still kind of big frown.gif

My HAF 912 is really tight on space and with the 212 installed at the moment its like i open the case and that thing is a quarter of the open space rofl (not rly but u know what i mean lol)

and my friend has 2 fans for some reason the 212 and I dont have space to plug the other one in and idk how to remove it.

i don't really like the big/bulky coolers since my case looks really cramped frown.gif
    
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