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Anyone here tried running it passively or with only one fan? How well does it cool that way?
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Originally Posted by tw33k View Post

No. I didn't tint the IHS or the Phanteks. I cleaned the old TIM off and painted the top of the IHS with Liquid Ultra. Check out the results:
AMD 8150 @ 4.5GHz 1.35v
Antec Formula 7

Liquid Ultra

A delta temp of only 9.8c! Amazing stuff this Liquid Ultra. I've got more coming so I can do my Intel chip with a H100 next

TW33K, how do you get the ambient and delta temps to show on the Statistics screen?
I jus downloaded the program and am running it now before I take the system apart and add the Liquid Ultra. I want to do a comparison.
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Originally Posted by BarryBGB View Post

TW33K, how do you get the ambient and delta temps to show on the Statistics screen?
I jus downloaded the program and am running it now before I take the system apart and add the Liquid Ultra. I want to do a comparison.

You can't. I type them in
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About ready to install the Liquid Ultra but need to know what the Phantek Thermal area is made of.

Not Aluminum is it? Since other people are using it on the Phantek, I would assume not.
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Nickel-plated copper
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Anyoneknow if will fit in an Arc Mini? Wanting to replace my xigmatek

And any lroblems with the Asus maximum gene board?
Edited by Derek1387 - 10/30/12 at 1:39am
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Does the PH-TC14PE now ship with the PWM adaptor or do I have to request it separately?
Really difficult to decide what cooler I should get..
Torn between
SA SB-E Extreme for 69.90€ (140mm PWM fans out of the box, crappy fan clips)
D14 for 71.40€ (whiny 120mm fan and no PWM on either fan, great mount)
TC14PE for 69,85€ (have a coupon code to one store biggrin.gif)
Edited by lagittaja - 10/30/12 at 4:18am
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Originally Posted by Derek1387 View Post

Anyoneknow if will fit in an Arc Mini? Wanting to replace my xigmatek
And any lroblems with the Asus maximum gene board?

Case CPU cooler clearance is 165mm, same as R2 and R3. I have on in R2 with 3.8mm clearance to insulated side cover.

Straight edge on case mounting surface to top of cooler = 6mm clearance.
Motherboard to sidecover mounting surface = 175.5mm.
Top of i7 980 mounted in socket is 7.5mm above face of Gigabyte X58A-UD5 motherboard

Actual cooler measurements:
heigth = 163mm heatsink face to top of cooler
Width = 140mm
Depth = 135mm
bottom fin = 47mm from heatsink face.
bottom fin tabs = 2mm; tabs to heatsink face 45mm
Heatpipes 106mm wide x 91mm deep

I have checked and re-checked. Top of cooler to motherboard varies so end up with a stack up 1mm maximum. error when adding cooler height + clearance + CPU above mobo.

Hope that all helps. wink.gif
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Originally Posted by doyll View Post

Case CPU cooler clearance is 165mm, same as R2 and R3. I have on in R2 with 3.8mm clearance to insulated side cover.
Straight edge on case mounting surface to top of cooler = 6mm clearance.
Motherboard to sidecover mounting surface = 175.5mm.
Top of i7 980 mounted in socket is 7.5mm above face of Gigabyte X58A-UD5 motherboard
Actual cooler measurements:
heigth = 163mm heatsink face to top of cooler
Width = 140mm
Depth = 135mm
bottom fin = 47mm from heatsink face.
bottom fin tabs = 2mm; tabs to heatsink face 45mm
Heatpipes 106mm wide x 91mm deep
I have checked and re-checked. Top of cooler to motherboard varies so end up with a stack up 1mm maximum. error when adding cooler height + clearance + CPU above mobo.
Hope that all helps. wink.gif

So im goign to take that as a yes....

Lol
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Yes, it will probably fit. But a few days ago on another forum I and a couple of others suggested a Thermalright True Spirit 140 with a 171mm spec and it did not fit in an R2. Was 3mm too tall. frown.gif The heatpipes are actually 171mm... and CPU to side cover is 168mm. frown.gif

So now I give all the measurements. thumb.gif
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