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If i wasnt going water with my Gulftown rig i would buy that Phanteks in a second. Nice looking cooler.
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post #42 of 46
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Originally Posted by Indiegreg View Post

I Should have noted, that i will be buying SOME type of cooler after i buy the corsair 810 switch.

With that said, would the silver arrow fit? could one recommend me any air coolers that will either

1. Have great aesthetics
2.Help an 3570k improve odds on the silicon lottery, and help push voltage and OC abilities
3. Decals are a plus, painted fins are a plus, white/blue decals are a plus.

you mean nzxt 810 switch, and Thermalright Silver Arrow SB-E Extreme fits (since supports 195mm cpu coolers)

but if you dont mind on getting a Swiftech H220 or Corsair h110 ,these are also an alternative
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Haha, sorry, sometimes my mind seems to think that the 810 was of corsair quality, (thus why i mistake it)
post #44 of 46
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Originally Posted by K62-RIG View Post

As PontiacGTX just mentioned, alot of people have the view of having the ultimate cooling but failing to do the measurements or looking at the quality of the supporting brackets. Don't forget all this weight is hanging from the motherboard. I am running an Antec 920 and was running a heavy air cooler before this. The reason I swapped was because of the weight issue.

It is NOT an issue...

why people still INSIST on this "myth" ?!?!?

i have a phanteks tc14 since launch day, a TT chaser MK1 case and i move my PC once a week around 10 miles in not the best roads in a freaking YJ JEEP with stock suspension...

still up and running with no damage

"weight issue" rolleyes.gif

ON TOPIC:

my phanteks can cool a 8120 at 4.4ghz 1.40vcore PASSIVE for hours running Battlefield 3 ( yes my case kick ass for air cooling tongue.gif ) it should have no problems with that 3570k
post #45 of 46
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Originally Posted by Huguito View Post

It is NOT an issue...

why people still INSIST on this "myth" ?!?!?

i have a phanteks tc14 since launch day, a TT chaser MK1 case and i move my PC once a week around 10 miles in not the best roads in a freaking YJ JEEP with stock suspension...

still up and running with no damage

"weight issue" rolleyes.gif

ON TOPIC:

my phanteks can cool a 8120 at 4.4ghz 1.40vcore PASSIVE for hours running Battlefield 3 ( yes my case kick ass for air cooling tongue.gif ) it should have no problems with that 3570k

Thanks! +rep for the life experience. thumb.gif
post #46 of 46
I can run my system with fans unplugged and never go over 72c. That's running 2 applications processing graphics at same time which keeps all cores at constant 100% load.... plug fans back in andthey run full speed at first, but in less than 2 minutes they will down to 1000-1100rpm and temps are 45-50c.
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