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post #61 of 160
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Originally Posted by ChristofferC View Post

I can confirm that the NH-C14 does fit on the P8Z77-I with the bottom fan mounted.

What case have you got it in? Does it cover the PCIe or RAM slots at all? Thanks
post #62 of 160
I found the Scythe BIG Shuriken 2 may fit on Asus P8Z77-I Deluxe.
Also default slim fan can be replaced with normal 25mm fan and cooler can cooling the ram smile.gif
http://www.scythe-eu.com/en/products/cpu-cooler/big-shuriken-2.html
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post #63 of 160
Hi,
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Originally Posted by ChristofferC View Post

I can confirm that the NH-C14 does fit on the P8Z77-I with the bottom fan mounted.
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Originally Posted by gavrook View Post

What case have you got it in? Does it cover the PCIe or RAM slots at all? Thanks

I would appreciate if you can share more about the Noctua NH-C14 with the P8Z77-I.

Which direction are the bends of the heatpipes facing? Does fit in all 4 directions or can it only fit in certain directions on the board.

Some pics would be great :-)

Thanks
post #64 of 160
Are you sure that Big Shuriken will fit? There is the potenial blockage of the power-circuitry daughter board on the edge of the motherboard.
post #65 of 160
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Originally Posted by bondisdead View Post

Are you sure that Big Shuriken will fit? There is the potenial blockage of the power-circuitry daughter board on the edge of the motherboard.
My mistake i have board in hand and meter and it show that it can't fit frown.gif
post #66 of 160
yes, do share! I am putting this mobo in the Lian Li Q08 SFF case, but have had nothing but clearance issues with various heatsink configurations. This board might pose blockage issues when the fan is on the bottom, while my case might have issues even without the top-mounted fan.
post #67 of 160
I am very curious about this board and the availability of coolers and I would be very disappointed if the daughter board ends up being a hindrance; the scheme of the Asrock is certainly appealing but not as oomph as this offering from Asus. I am glad the Noctua fits, however it's pricey - though acceptable for an air cooler. I am disappointed that the Scythe may have issues, have you guys considered the Zalman CNPS7000C-Cu? The CNPS7000-AlCu is just as good because apparently for the size all copper doesn't make a significant difference.

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Specs:
Dimensions 109(L) x 107(W) x 63(H) mm
Weight 750g
Base Material Pure Copper
Dissipation Area 2,890㎠
Bearing Type 2 Ball-Bearing
Speed 1,350rpm ± 10% ~ 2,400rpm ± 10%
Noise Level 17.0dBA ± 10% ~ 24.0dBA ± 10%


Product Link(s):
Newegg Link: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835118047
Zalman Link: http://www.zalman.com/eng/product/Product_Read.asp?idx=311

Cool,

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Edited by czerole - 5/31/12 at 10:58pm
post #68 of 160
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Originally Posted by bondisdead View Post

yes, do share! I am putting this mobo in the Lian Li Q08 SFF case, but have had nothing but clearance issues with various heatsink configurations. This board might pose blockage issues when the fan is on the bottom, while my case might have issues even without the top-mounted fan.
Ok no problem here are pics..
Maybe it can fit but i don't have the cooler to confirm. Regards
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and here are scythe big shuriken 2
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Edited by nicke85 - 6/1/12 at 1:13am
post #69 of 160
Anyone knows if a Prolimatech Megahalems fit on this board?
Here is a 3D drawing: http://www.prolimatech.com/uploadfile/en/news/UploadPic/20113151418899399.jpg

40mm from the base to the fins. The Daughterboard is 43mm high.
It could fit, because its laying on the socket (and the cpu).

Any experiences?
post #70 of 160
Hey Guys...

I' am new here, and i subscribed specially to show you guys some pictures of my new HTPC biggrin.gif with the Asus P8Z77-I Deluxe with a Scythe Big Shuriken 2 Rev. B

Does it fits??

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https://vimeo.com/43560652

Update:

There is a small issue with the backplate!!! A pin from the chipset heatsink is coming loose when the backplate screws are tightened.

You need to make an extra hole in the backplate as seen on the pictures below..

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Greetz from Holland thumb.gif
Edited by Daddyboy - 6/20/12 at 7:14pm
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