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post #2931 of 7096
Posted my completed build on reddit's /r/buildapc subreddit. http://www.reddit.com/r/buildapc/comments/2s7tux/build_complete_its_not_possible_snailrub_no_its/ If you guys have any questions, let me know! Took forever to build this thing.
post #2932 of 7096
@ Somna
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Presumably the shrouding on the CPU and GPU fans were there to direct the airflow and thus remove the need for extra fans.

EDIT: Hmm, the image doesn't appear to want to embed in the quote.
Edited by locksbury - 1/12/15 at 3:12pm
post #2933 of 7096
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Originally Posted by Hayakku99 View Post

For $50-70 is good overclock with a L12? How far I can overclock my i5 4690k?

Running my i7 4790k at 4.6GHz 1.2V with the L12. I replaced the top Noctua fan with a quiet 20mm thick Yate Loon fan (as they seem to be the only ones making a 20mm thick fan). It peaks at 90C on the hottest core with OCCT but nothing I do in normal usage gets even close to that load, so I find that perfectly fine.

I originally ran the stock 15mm case fan in place of the 20mm thick Yate Loon I have now, it was a little toastier and I ran it at 4.4GHz 1.125V.

Not sure what the temperatures would be if you mounted the Noctua fan externally (I didn't personally want to do that) but you should easily hit 4.5-4.6GHz by doing that.
post #2934 of 7096
I noticed 'ML08' in the thread title.
What is that?
I can't find it on Google or elsewhere in this thread.
post #2935 of 7096
Not sure why people are even that bothered with these coolers. Granted I've not bought a K chip for my centre (4460), but honestly? It's not like you're putting an 8 core in there. I'm running the stock HS&F. I R NOOB? nerdsmiley.png

Overclocking in the Raven on air...


Edited by Silent Scone - 1/13/15 at 12:14am
post #2936 of 7096
Is anyone else having issues with turbulence noise when using case fans? I tried using a Phanteks PH-F140HP as an intake and it's unusually loud at 550 RPM. When it's running in free air, it's virtually silent. I don't know if it's because the fan is a bad match for the case grills or what.

@NH-l12 owners: Is it possible to use a slim 120mm fan underneath the heatsink if low-profile memory is used?
post #2937 of 7096
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That thing is just too gorgeous for words...... So, no fans. Interesting.

Seems I have learned a bit from my experience. Checking the spec, the Asrock motherboards cluster all the ports on one side, which orients in the centre. On my gigabyte they are on an outside meaning my cables have to run all around the case. Hmmm I have no reason to swap my mobo, but I'm so tempted wink.gif
post #2938 of 7096
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Is anyone else having issues with turbulence noise when using case fans?

Yes. I noticed that too particularly with the Noctua NF-F12s I had running at near full speed (These are supposed to be silent!). The filters reduce the noise but I'm considering cutting the grill out and replacing it with a different pattern that would still allow me to use the filter.
post #2939 of 7096
Hi all,

I built my steam box this Christmas using an MSI z97 gaming motherboard, i5 4460, MSI 280 twin frozr, 8gb corsair vengeance, and all in an RVZ01. I installed the retail cooler at first, and then upgraded to a Zalman CPSN 2X. Checking the temps in the BiOS it's idling at 60 degrees, so I re-apply the thermal paste and try again with the same result. Today I've tried a Noctua NH-L9I, and installed two aero cool 120mm fans, one above and one below leaving one of the silverstone fans in the bottom of the case. Result? 61 degrees.

All bios settings are out of the box.

Ready to quit, seriously.

Any suggestions?
post #2940 of 7096
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Originally Posted by Adampv View Post

Hi all,

I built my steam box this Christmas using an MSI z97 gaming motherboard, i5 4460, MSI 280 twin frozr, 8gb corsair vengeance, and all in an RVZ01. I installed the retail cooler at first, and then upgraded to a Zalman CPSN 2X. Checking the temps in the BiOS it's idling at 60 degrees, so I re-apply the thermal paste and try again with the same result. Today I've tried a Noctua NH-L9I, and installed two aero cool 120mm fans, one above and one below leaving one of the silverstone fans in the bottom of the case. Result? 61 degrees.

All bios settings are out of the box.

Ready to quit, seriously.

Any suggestions?

I'm assuming that you've seated the coolers correctly? Are all fans working?

Also, IIRC, BIOS doesn't really let the CPU enter a lower clock/power state. Do your high temperatures persist in normal usage in Windows?
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