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post #11 of 15
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Originally Posted by Zimodius View Post

Aaaarrghhhhh xD i was talking about the TC14's.
And better one?depends on what you're gonna do with it tongue.gif
Better one is the one that will remove the most heat from CpU. tongue.gif
post #12 of 15
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Originally Posted by doyll View Post

Better one is the one that will remove the most heat from CpU. tongue.gif

ooh,really redface.gif didn't know that xd no need to overdo with the dual fan edition,you get it xD
post #13 of 15
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Originally Posted by Vicpdx19 View Post

So I am thinking of buying the CM storm stryker and also have a phantecks ph-tc14 inside

Would it be able to fit? and also would it be a great cpu cooler to choose?

The Phanteks PH-TC14TC is arguably the best cooler on the market. The fans are the only limiting factor because they are only 1200-1300rpm maximum. Install high airflow fans and it performs even better. People use fans like Thermalright TY-143, Scythe Slip Stream 140 PWM Adjustable VR, Scythe Ultra Kaze 3000 on twin tower coolers like NH-D14, Silver Arrow, Silver Arrow SB-E, K2, and etc. to get air cooling better than any CLC can do.. and as good as basic custom water cooling loops.
post #14 of 15
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I Se and it actually is the TC14PE with dual fans
post #15 of 15
Comes with 2 fans and fan clips for 3 fans. No need for 3rd fan. Also included thermal paste.. and some of the best customer support I know of.

What color are you getting?

Phanteks has a forum too but not many members. And if you send them a picture of your rig with Phanteks cooler they will give a free fan so you can use the 3rd set of fan clips... only problem is they do not give you another splitter so you can plug it into the PWM adapter. frown.gif
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