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PSA for everyone: The Zalman CNPS8900 Quiet will not fit in the ROG Impact VI. The lip of the cooler hits the top of the power delivery daughterboard and one of the heat pipes prevents the first RAM slot from being used. Disappointing. Well, AIO cooler here I come...
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post #302 of 7104
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Originally Posted by OCPG View Post

lol, I agree man. Thankfully I won't be seeing much of the fan since it's underneath the heatsink. Nothing will fit on top because of the side panel fan. Wish SilverStone sold those nice 15mm fans separately. If I use both of em in the GPU area, I'll need to buy one for the CPU area side panel. Thanks for all the help! thumb.gif

EDIT: Looks like I'll probably go with the Thermalright AXP-100 (hopefully it fits). Seems to be quiet enough and give better than stock intel cooler results. I know it probably won't be like the NT06 or NH-L12 but since I'm not OC'ing, it shouldn't matter too much. Now which 15mm side panel fan to order...

Let us know how it fits. Interested to hear about your temps and if you get a lot of noise.
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Originally Posted by Gabriel5 View Post

PSA for everyone: The Zalman CNPS8900 Quiet will not fit in the ROG Impact VI. The lip of the cooler hits the top of the power delivery daughterboard and one of the heat pipes prevents the first RAM slot from being used. Disappointing. Well, AIO cooler here I come...

I can't even get my H60 back into this case, LOL! It's a way to get back at my for messing around with the case when I shouldn't have. I might run it with the top off till I can get an air cooler here this week. I'd love to water cool this but its a PITA.

Sorry to hear about the Zalman. It's one reason why I'm worried of ordering any air cooler, but good thing Jim has confirmed the NT06 works in the ASRock Z77E-ITX.
Edited by CaptainZombie - 3/3/14 at 7:02pm
post #303 of 7104
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Let us know how it fits. Interested to hear about your temps and if you get a lot of noise.
I can't even get my H60 back into this case, LOL! It's a way to get back at my for messing around with the case when I shouldn't have. I might run it with the top off till I can get an air cooler here this week. I'd love to water cool this but its a PITA.

Sorry to hear about the Zalman. It's one reason why I'm worried of ordering any air cooler, but good thing Jim has confirmed the NT06 works in the ASRock Z77E-ITX.

I just had to correct that sentence, since the Z87E-ITX does have the CPU socket in a different location!! smile.gif
post #304 of 7104
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Originally Posted by Jimhans1 View Post

I just had to correct that sentence, since the Z87E-ITX does have the CPU socket in a different location!! smile.gif

LOL! No problem, I just fixed it in my post. Tired, it's been a long day and after messing with this system last few hours I am out of it.
post #305 of 7104
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Originally Posted by Jimhans1 View Post

Actually, it's misleading in the photo because you don't see the fins on the outer edges are taller than in the middle, the outside edges were close enough that I wasn't sure that it would fit. There was about 2-3mm between the tallest fins and the side panel.

Thanks for confirming that - I thought the photo was probably a little misleading there. It was just that I had the crazy idea that something like the AXP-200 with a 25mm fan might fit if they were overly conservative about stating 83mm of clearance. Even if it did fit, the AXP-200 would probably have other clearance issues anyway. I suppose the smaller AXP-100 with a 120mm fan might be an okay option.
post #306 of 7104
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Originally Posted by stormie View Post

Thanks for confirming that - I thought the photo was probably a little misleading there. It was just that I had the crazy idea that something like the AXP-200 with a 25mm fan might fit if they were overly conservative about stating 83mm of clearance. Even if it did fit, the AXP-200 would probably have other clearance issues anyway. I suppose the smaller AXP-100 with a 120mm fan might be an okay option.
I think the AXP-200 should fit with the stock fan, but then the side panel fan won't fit.
post #307 of 7104
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Another build log from youtube to add to the list:
post #308 of 7104
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Another build log from youtube to add to the list: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

And that's why I use raid 0 for games, that took so long for his system to load that scene lol.
post #309 of 7104
Does anyone have any suggestions for a CPU cooler for the asus p8z77-i, I bought the nt06 but it's a little too big to fit on the board with the fan installed on the bottom.

I'm thinking a NH-L9i which would be cooling a i5 3570k
Edited by funnybutrandom - 3/4/14 at 4:23am
post #310 of 7104
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Originally Posted by Jimhans1 View Post

And that's why I use raid 0 for games, that took so long for his system to load that scene lol.

I have not yet ventured to Raid 0 territory, but have heard excellent things from friends that have.

Did you get a chance to try that Seidon yet?

From your experience, do you think the Z87E-I would be easier to work with an AIO over the Z77E-I since the CPU placement is on the other side? Right now I have the side panel off with the H60 sitting on the top of the TV stand until I figure out what to do here with the cooling.
Edited by CaptainZombie - 3/4/14 at 7:04am
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