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because there are much better than the cloosed loop system's. Silver arrow or d-14 for one. and if your going to drop the money on the H100 you should get a rasa rs240 and kill it temp wise. the only reason for a sealed loop like the h2o 620/920 or H50/60/70/80's is if space will not allow a real cooler. there are beter performing air coolers at each price point.

Pretty much this. I don't want to spend too much money on a cooler, the H80/100 is too expensive.


So I'd go with the noctua nh-d14 so far. So do you think that it will def. fit without touching the GPU?

Tomorrow Ill try to do some measurements myself and look into Silver Arrow vs Noctua acoustics.

thanks for the help so far.
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Pretty much this. I don't want to spend too much money on a cooler, the H80/100 is too expensive.
So I'd go with the noctua nh-d14 so far. So do you think that it will def. fit without touching the GPU?
Tomorrow Ill try to do some measurements myself and look into Silver Arrow vs Noctua acoustics.
thanks for the help so far.

lol, I can save you some time right now, yes it will fit. and there is TWO difference's between the cooler's. The only important one is the fan's.
Silver Arrow come's with the TY-140's. These fans are down right wicked! PWM, and even at full tilt are darn near silent. The D-14's fans are not pwm. the silver arrow fans are technically a little quieter than the D-14 but unless your a car or dog you wont notice.

If PWM fans mean nothing to you then pick by color. they are identical coolers for the most part. I just happend to love the crap out of the TY-140's. epic fans!
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lol, I can save you some time right now, yes it will fit. and there is TWO difference's between the cooler's. The only important one is the fan's.
Silver Arrow come's with the TY-140's. These fans are down right wicked! PWM, and even at full tilt are darn near silent. The D-14's fans are not pwm. the silver arrow fans are technically a little quieter than the D-14 but unless your a car or dog you wont notice.
If PWM fans mean nothing to you then pick by color. they are identical coolers for the most part. I just happend to love the crap out of the TY-140's. epic fans!

Thanks. What delta idle and load temps do you have on the Thermal arrow at 4.7GHz?
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Thanks. What delta idle and load temps do you have on the Thermal arrow at 4.7GHz?

idle is about 4c above ambiant.
Underfull load, 40 runs from IBT yeild avrage delta of 50c
With prime95 its 38-40c delta.

Also, note that I am using two San Ace 1011's these mosnters are much louder thanthe stock fans and a little bit cooler.
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idle is about 4c above ambiant.
Underfull load, 40 runs from IBT yeild avrage delta of 50c
With prime95 its 38-40c delta.
Also, note that I am using two San Ace 1011's these mosnters are much louder thanthe stock fans and a little bit cooler.

Thank you. Both coolers seem nice.
My next question would be the fan connection. On the Noctua, I get a Y-slitter cable to connect both fans to 1 connector on the mobo (I have only 1 PWM CPU fan on the p8p67 pro). How did you connect the fans on your Silver Arrow? Did you use a custom Ysplit cable or you just had enough ports?

Just watched a few unboxing videos, the Silver Arrow has no Ysplit cables, and the package is pretty bare. I'm out of fan connectors on my mobo mad.gif
Edited by Martiny - 1/30/12 at 9:49am
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Thank you. Both coolers seem nice.
My next question would be the fan connection. On the Noctua, I get a Y-slitter cable to connect both fans to 1 connector on the mobo (I have only 1 PWM CPU fan on the p8p67 pro). How did you connect the fans on your Silver Arrow? Did you use a custom Ysplit cable or you just had enough ports?

I have enough ports but I suggest when running two fans in line on a cooler that both fans be ran off the same port. This ensure's that both fans get equal voltage and rotate at the same speed. It will help your fans live longer.

To do this with PWM, you have a few options.

PWM Y Splitter make sure the mobo port can handle the load of both fans pulling power before using this. if you the onboard PWM port cannot support both fans, or you have more than one fan you want to split off a single PWM fan header you can use this. It allows you to pull the PWM signal from the mobo and split it to more than 2 fans, it supply's power to the fans from a molex connection strait onto the PSU.

There is also the Sunbeam Rheosmart fan controller. It allows the PWM signal to be slit to as many fans as you want.

Hope this helps:)
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I have enough ports but I suggest when running two fans in line on a cooler that both fans be ran off the same port. This ensure's that both fans get equal voltage and rotate at the same speed. It will help your fans live longer.
To do this with PWM, you have a few options.
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There is also the Sunbeam Rheosmart fan controller. It allows the PWM signal to be slit to as many fans as you want.
Hope this helps:)

Well with shipping, the cables come to 8+ Euro, so combined it comes to the same price as the Noctua, but with more hassle.
Edit: It seems that the fan speed control on the p8p67 isn't working, and fans run at 100% speed, so I'd have to use the ULNA.

So my options are: Silver Arrow, having to buy PWM Ysplitter OR Noctua without power regulation


Thank you for the help!
Edited by Martiny - 1/30/12 at 10:33am
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Well with shipping, the cables come to 8+ Euro, so combined it comes to the same price as the Noctua, but with more hassle.
Edit: It seems that the fan speed control on the p8p67 isn't working, and fans run at 100% speed, so I'd have to use the ULNA.
Thank you for the help!

You have to enable it in the BIOS.
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Well with shipping, the cables come to 8+ Euro, so combined it comes to the same price as the Noctua, but with more hassle.
Edit: It seems that the fan speed control on the p8p67 isn't working, and fans run at 100% speed, so I'd have to use the ULNA.
So my options are: Silver Arrow, having to buy PWM Ysplitter OR Noctua without power regulation
Thank you for the help!

just look into your local ebay site or any computer store that is near you.
these cables can be purchased everywhere. personally i would go with the silver arrow, the TY140 fans are quiet enough if you even run them in fullspeed
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Your price range is ~$100. Bought my H80 for $90. Not sure how much they run in your area, but mine keeps my 2600k under 60c. And this is with terrible TIM. With the stock TIM, it kept my 955 under 45. I'm applying some Antec formula 7 today and messing with some fans. I have loved my h80 since day one. I also picked up a 212+ for 19.99 when they were on sale. They are only $30 normally and generally run close to the d14. If you can swing the h80, definitely pick one up. If not, I vote for the 212.
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