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Guys, what cpu cooler should I use, Noctua C14 or Cooler Master TX3? Consider price vs oc cpu and performance

Definitely go with the Noctua. Can't deny that quality wink.gif
    
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post #132 of 2261
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Definitely go with the Noctua. Can't deny that quality wink.gif
But how can I mount that monster in :-\ ?
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But how can I mount that monster in :-\ ?

It will fit, but you can only use one fan iirc.
    
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post #134 of 2261
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It will fit, but you can only use one fan iirc.
The maximum hight for the Hadron is 110-120 mm, and the Noctua NH-C14 in low profile mode ( top fan removed but used only the lower one ) is 105 mm, I think its gonna be a very tight fit, eh guys ... can someone please confirm that?
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The biggest pain in the arse is that the price of the Noctua NH-C14 is the same as of H80 or 120 ... crap
Edited by Phobia - 4/19/14 at 11:52am
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post #137 of 2261
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Here you go:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1438429/build-log-airborns-evga-hadron
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post #138 of 2261
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Hey guys, i managed to stick an H80i in there and a G10 with a Thermaltake Water 3.0 Pro on the side for my GPU. Beautiful silence smile.gif








how is your radiator getting air from the front?


btw can anyone tell me what is the radiator + fan clearance i have if im to mount a rad up the top?
post #139 of 2261
Howdy,

I'm looking into the Hadron as an upgrade to my system and I noticed a couple of you saying a MSI Gaming card wouldn't fit in the Hadron without bending the side. I know the person who tried had an AMD card, but would a MSI Gaming 770 be the same? It's height from the board is 126mm so would that fit in alright?

Thanks for any help biggrin.gif
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post #140 of 2261
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how is your radiator getting air from the front?


btw can anyone tell me what is the radiator + fan clearance i have if im to mount a rad up the top?

Once you remove the drive cage the front of the case actually has a bunch of holes in the metal. I took off the front plate of the case, it's only held together with glue, and put velcro squares on all the corners so there is room for the fan to take in air. Recently i doubled the amount of velcro squares at the top so there is more room between the front plate and the intake.
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