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post #11 of 15
This one: http://www.skytech.lt/cptr094-thermalright-archon-multisocket-cooler-p-88473.html ?

It is a very good cooler. That version comes with a cheaper fan than the newest version. I think that might be the only difference to the newest version. Disregarding the fan, the cooler itself is about the strength of the NH-U14S.

It's not that popular because it is very high (170mm) and can't fit in most cases, but it will fit in the Fractal Design cases you are looking at.

Here's an old review the cooler: http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/coolers/display/thermalright-archon_5.html#sect0
post #12 of 15
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Yes. But I just asked them about this cooler and they said that they will not have it in stock in the near future.

So now I am choosing between NH-D14 and Mugen 4.
post #13 of 15
Well it depends if the Mugen 4 is available where you live...
post #14 of 15
Thread Starter 
Yes, it is available. All coolers that I mentioned here (except the TR above) are available.

So I probably will choose Mugen 4 instead of NH-D14 because as I understood there is no much difference between them and it is a lot cheaper.
post #15 of 15
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Originally Posted by Alex11223 View Post

Yes, it is available. All coolers that I mentioned here (except the TR above) are available.

So I probably will choose Mugen 4 instead of NH-D14 because as I understood there is no much difference between them and it is a lot cheaper.

Yeah the Mugen 4 is a great value, I see you're in Europe so you should go for it.
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