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post #21 of 27
CLCs have been perfectly reliable for me. I've got 6 in use right now, 3 are original H5Os used daily. I've never had a noise or failure problem, don't be scared of that just stick with Corsair.

Honestly either way you'll be fine. I personally got tired of the bulk and inconvenience of giant towers.
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post #22 of 27
if you have a lot of money just stick to buy Ek, no doubt this is the best water cooling in the world

http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/coolers/display/ek-supremacy-kit-h3o-360-hfx.html
post #23 of 27
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No need to look any further, my 4770k+ Noctua DH14 just arrived smile.gif

Edit: Wow the cooler is massive!
Edited by starmanwarz - 10/9/13 at 12:33am
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post #24 of 27
NH-D14 massive? rolleyes.gif

This is massive; Alpenfohn Everest . . . or this Scythe Godhand with 250mm fan . . . or this Thermalright prototype


How about your whole case for a heatsink?
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Ok I take that back, my cooler is tiny tongue.gif
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post #26 of 27
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NH-D14 is definitely not tiny. wink.gif
It is still one of the best coolers on the market both in cooling ability and quality... and it is been on the market for 4 years now.
There are others newer as good.
There are others older that are as good.
There are others newer a little better.
But none have been in production as long as NH-D14.thumb.gif
post #27 of 27
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Originally Posted by doyll View Post

biggrin.gif
NH-D14 is definitely not tiny. wink.gif
It is still one of the best coolers on the market both in cooling ability and quality... and it is been on the market for 4 years now.
There are others newer as good.
There are others older that are as good.
There are others newer a little better.
But none have been in production as long as NH-D14.thumb.gif

Can't wait for Noctua D series doyll biggrin.gif
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