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post #71 of 163
Thank you Daddyboy for information. Now I will buy Big Shuriken 2 thumb.gif
also take a look for DFS123812H-3000 wink.gif
Edited by nicke85 - 6/7/12 at 3:17am
post #72 of 163
A good choice.. The big shuriken is a very quiet cooler, which makes it possible to have a decent overclock, my system is running at 4 Ghz at the moment and i have plenty of headroom for more.

Another fan is a no go for me. I need the space for 2 HDD's and 1 SSD. It's not the best choice for airflow but it works fine at the moment..
A graphic card (a Sapphire HD 7850) comes after the summer... No need for gaming when the sun is shining devil.gif

More pics of my system in a Silverstone SG 06 smile.gif

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Greetz from Holland thumb.gif
Edited by Daddyboy - 6/20/12 at 7:08pm
post #73 of 163
Quote:
Originally Posted by czerole View Post

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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This heatsink wouldn't work for me. The fins totally cover the RAM slots. Also, the ASUS heatsink on the motherboard prevents you from actually attaching the Zalman heatsink to the motherboard even with no RAM installed.

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Edited by sblue - 6/8/12 at 4:57am
post #74 of 163
Daddyboy, your build is very nice.I am waiting for Lian Li TU-PC200B case and Big Shuriken 2 is the perfect for my build because fan can be 80mm in height.
When i finish all i'll post my photos too smile.gif
Greetings from Serbia! thumb.gif
post #75 of 163
Hello,

I am gathering parts to build my own mini itx syxtem and for my custom build case i am planing to make i believe the Thermaltake SpinQ VT would be the ideal cooler.
I sent a message to both ASUS and Thermaltake asking if the cooler fits. ASUS replied with a definite NO, Thermaltake responded with " the Noctua D14 covers a larger area than the SpinQ VT and shares the same measurement from the base plate to the bottom of the fins ", linking this very helpful to me topic.

So i just wanted to see if anyone here might know a bit more if this cooler will fit the P8Z77-I Deluxe m/b. What i am conserned is if teh cooler stays clear from then ASUS miniboard on the top of the b/m and if i need to get some low profile RAM dimms.

Thank you in advance for your advice and comments,
INvaTOr
post #76 of 163
anyone want to confirm the NH-C14?
post #77 of 163
doesnt fit with lower fan,

if the heatpipes go towards the ram it extends beyond the rear of the board by about 5mm.

going to dremel out a portion of the SG08. tried drilling it out but messed it up so will just dremel out a big panel.
post #78 of 163
Hi,
Quote:
Originally Posted by Gruelius View Post

doesnt fit with lower fan,
if the heatpipes go towards the ram it extends beyond the rear of the board by about 5mm.
going to dremel out a portion of the SG08. tried drilling it out but messed it up so will just dremel out a big panel.
Does the Noctua NH-C14 with the lower fan fit the Asus p8z77-I in any of the other possible orientations?

Heat pipe towards Graphics card slot ?
Heat pipe towards rear of the board ?
Heat pipe towards daughter board riser ?

I'm interested in putting that combination in a Lian Li - PC-Q08 case.

Any pics smile.gif

Thanks
post #79 of 163
it clears the riser, i guess you could have it blocking the GFX card, cant be bothered re-arranging the mounting brackets to test this.
post #80 of 163
I am also very interested in seeing if this fits. I was hoping to put the NH-C14 in a SG08 without running the top fan. I see it listed as fitting on the website but no photos on google so far.
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