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Lol, me too mad.gif.

The surface area looks like it's supposed to be bigger too..

Based on the dimensions-

Original - 147mm (l) x 163mm (height)
700

SB-E - 155mm x 165mm
Edited by anotheralex - 2/29/12 at 8:19pm
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Lol, me too mad.gif.
The surface area is supposed to be bigger too..

Moar core's didnt = moar performance frown.gif lol, sorry. not trying to turn this into a flame thread, just using BD as an example...don't hate!
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Well the only reason I got the BD was because I already was using the asrock 890fx deluxe5 prior to the release of BD, with an Athlon ii 620, oh and also out of curiosity of just how bad it is.

I would've honestly gone with a 2500k if I didn't already have a motherboard that could run a BD.

It is definitely an improvement from a 620 though.

Edit: Anyway maybe other reviews may show differently for SB-E silver arrow that is.
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Well the only reason I got the BD was because I already was using the asrock 890fx deluxe5 prior to the release of BD, with an Athlon ii 620, oh and also out of curiosity of just how bad it is.
I would've honestly gone with a 2500k if I didn't already have a motherboard that could run a BD.
It is definitely an improvement from a 620 though.
Edit: Anyway maybe other reviews may show differently for SB-E silver arrow that is.

Just before Launch of BD I was using a 955be and bought a 990FXA-UD3 to go with my epic silver arrow to prep for BD, even got a new PSU and some better RAM for it. BD hit and I rage quite AMD CPU's lol. Gave that rig to my wife and got my intel mobo and CPU lol. Anyway now that the dust has settled I'm actually thinking of getting an x6 BD for my wife's rig and using the 955 for an uber home server. I think people gave BD a bad rap, I see all the time people are getting more than acceptable real world performance from them and now they are dirt cheap to boot.
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Who know's lol. Any one even know if their test can be trusted? I would think that the SB-E would perform better..but I also thought that BD was going to perform well too lol.

they are trustworthy. i'll post my test later today and i got similar results. The SA SBE is ~1 degree worse at full fan speed. and a few degrees better at lower fan speeds.
The new TY-141/TY150 fans are better quality due to the Double Ball bearing.

Also note that the SA SB-E has a bigger baseplate due to the 8 Heatpipes, so on a SB CPU ( Like in that test) the part of the plate of the two outer Heatpipes does not have contact to the CPU.
Thats why it's called SA SB-E since it will profit from a bigger (LGA 2011) CPU Heatspreader.
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Lol, me too mad.gif.
The surface area looks like it's supposed to be bigger too..
Based on the dimensions-
Original - 147mm (l) x 163mm (height)

SB-E - 155mm x 165mm

nah, the Surface area of the SBE is slightly smaller, since the the two towers are slimmer. The original is also 167mm in height btw.
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they are trustworthy. i'll post my test later today and i got similar results. The SA SBE is ~1 degree worse at full fan speed. and a few degrees better at lower fan speeds.
The new TY-141/TY150 fans are better quality due to the Double Ball bearing.
Also note that the SA SB-E has a bigger baseplate due to the 8 Heatpipes, so on a SB CPU ( Like in that test) the part of the plate of the two outer Heatpipes does not have contact to the CPU.
Thats why it's called SA SB-E since it will profit from a bigger (LGA 2011) CPU Heatspreader
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Brilliant. That would explain why it's a little worse than the silver arrow, our current chips are big enough for it to work fully. Great info! looking forward to seeing your review/bench's.
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wow big fail to test the SB-E version without using a lga2011 socket...
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well i wont get a 2011 CPU and Board either just to test one heatsink^^

The alpenföhn K2/deep cool assassin has also 8 Heatpipes and an even bigger baseplate btw.


Also the fact that it performs better with slower spinning fans(worse with higher spinning fans) is due to the fact that the two towers, are slimmer than the pther twin towers like the K2/ SA/ D14. Same goes for the Prolimatech Genesis wich performs really good with slow spinning fans too.
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well i wont get a 2011 CPU and Board either just to test one heatsink^^

it wasnt related to your last comment unless you arent the author from the review site wink.gif
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