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Noctua 140mm with Corsair H80 in Antec DF-35 ??

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Hi folks. Picking up all parts for brand new rig today.
Was wondering if anyone could confirm that Noctua's NF-P14FLX 140MM will be able to replace the fans provided by Corsair H80 in an Antec DF-35 case?

Sorry if this is a dumb query - I examined Antec and Corsair sites but haven't been able to determine conclusively.

Thanks for any assistance.

~unc
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As long as that fan has the mounting points of a 120mm fan (and according to the website, it does have the 120mm mounts), i'd say you could mount it. Fitting a 140mm fan on a 120mm hole (H80) without fittings or the fan having 120mm mounts would be a tad difficult.
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Wow. Amazing response time. Thanks very much!
Wonder if I should ask you about easy steps to overclocking a 3930k on a P9x79 pro to just 4.0 ghz? =))
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Wonder if I should ask you about easy steps to overclocking a 3930k on a P9x79 pro to just 4.0 ghz? =))
That i fail, i have only OC'd a 2500k, and it was not mine to boot biggrin.gif

What i did was raise the multi, stress tested until it failed, bumped voltage a level or two, repeat. Got it to 4.1 GHz on stock cooling smile.gif
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