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post #1 of 14
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hi all.

im in need of a new HSF for my intel 1300 i7-920. basically, i only have ~50m to play with in my new case. would like to keep it to air if possible, but will do liquid if need be. (there is no where to mount rads, its a 4u server case). my setup is a gb Ex58-UD5 Rev 2.0 mobo, i7-920 stock. cant forsee me doing an oc on it, as its heaps grunty enough for me now. but a little head room would be nice.

also, my psu will be mounted directly above it, so something that will suck from the bottom up, and then can exhaust into the psu would be ideal, so to minimize turbulance etc...

so, what are my choices?

cheers

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post #2 of 14
If you have 58mm the AXP-100 is very good.
http://www.thermalright.com/html/products/cpu_cooler/axp-100.html?panel=1

Works very well with fan pulling from cooler. I ran on on my 920 for awhile and was very impressed. As you can see even running at 1500rpm temps were only 69-70c.. and if you speed fan up you can get 61-63c. wink.gif Should work well with PSU intake pulling the hot exhaust out of case.
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AXP-100 w/ TY-100 pulling out
Tested with i7 920 stock (130w CPU)
Handbrake @ realtime

Room ambient . Idle CPU; rpm; Cooler Exhaust. . 100% CPU; rpm; Cooler Exhaust . mobo; NB; Cooler intake*
21.5c . . . . . . . . 32-31-35-31c 2450rpm 26.0c . . 62-62-63-61c 2450rpm . 33.5c . . 34c . . 46c
21.5c . . . . . . . . 33-31-35-31c 2250rpm 25.5c . . 63-64-65-63c 2250rpm . 34.5c . . 37c . . 45c
21.5c . . . . . . . . 33-32-37-33c 2000rpm 30.0c . . 64-65-65-64c 2000rpm . 35.5c . . 34c . . 48c
21.5c . . . . . . . . 35-34-39-34c 1750rpm 28.5c . . 66-67-66-65c 1750rpm . 37.5c . . 35c . . 50c
21.5c . . . . . . . . 34-33-38-32c 1500rpm 27.0c . . 69-70-70-69c 1500rpm . 39.5c . . 34c . . 51c
21.0c . . . . . . . . 35-34-38-33c 1200rpm 28.0c; 34c & 47c mobo & NB
*I neglected to put a probe under cooler, sorry.
. 2450rpm is maximum rpm mounted pulling out
http://www.overclock.net/t/1347211/thermalright-axp-100-showed-up-today
post #3 of 14
which case is? any model?
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post #4 of 14
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i am trying to get some pics up. the ocn uploader keeps failing.

the case is a backblaze pod. pics coming.
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post #6 of 14
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ok, upped them to photo bucket.

here is the case first and forrmost.


and here is a pic of the bar that i would like to keep in there, but can remove if need be.


and here are somemore pics of the area that i haveto work with.








its a 4u rack mount case, not exactly designed to have a home server/gaming pc in one setup. but its working out well so far. i looked into this alot, and have had some parts custom modified to suit this setup aswell.

any advice is helpfull.

cheers

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post #7 of 14
Can you give us the measurement from motherboard to bottom of PSU? I'm pretty sure the top of CPU is 8mm above the motherboard. So I hope you have 68-70mm from motherboard to bottom of PSU and the AXP-100 will fit.
post #8 of 14
how much space there is available between mobo and psu??
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post #9 of 14
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looks about 65mm from mobo to psu.
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post #10 of 14
Scythe Big shuriken 2
Thermalright AXP 100
Scythe Kozuti (if you can find it)
Noctua NH-L9
Zalman CNPS8000B 66 MM HEIGHT
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Prolimatech Samuel with Slim Slipstream or Slim 120mm fan
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