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I'm seeing mid 30s to low 40s for the CPU at idle depending on the ambient temperature. That's with both fans at about 1000 RPM. I haven't stress tested it yet or anything like that but I have the 92mm fan set to increase to 1300 RPM and the 120mm fan set to increase to 1500 RPM as the CPU temp approaches 85 degrees. Im pretty sensitive to sound and I find the noise to be ok. Its never going to be like an ft02 or something, but it's tolerable. I'll try measuring the db with my phone tomorrow.

The advantage of the noctua is that it can accommodate twice the fan depth (40mm) compared to the nr06 pro. If you could fit a 25mm fan on the nr06 then it might be the better pick.

Thanks Gabriel. Guess I'm trying to decide between the NT06-Pro or the NH-L12. Have you got these set up as a push/pull set up?

I'm thinking it probably a better idea to have two fans with air flow into the case that you can do with the NH-L12, rather than the one fan in the NT06-Pro set to push or pull....hmmmm.
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Thanks for that great info Jim! Would you recommend I skip the EVGA Superlocked, and go for normal?

Unless your going for one of the Classified cards or if you can get the Superclocked or FTW for the same price as the stock card, which does happen at times due to stock overages and/or promos, yes! My stock reference 780Ti does 1286Mhz@1.212v, my 770 ACX is doing 1250@1.2v (I only took the ACX because it was the least expensive of the 770's at the time).
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Actually, the only cards that are binned by the makers are the MSI lightnings, the EVGA Classified Kingpin Edition, and the Asus Matrix from last generation, and the galaxy Hall of Fame cards. All of the rest of the OC/superclock etc. are just regular cards that the maker has just bumped the clock speeds a bin or two. They are just hoping folks don't realize that the clock speed they are charging for is something that the end user can attain on their own for free. The reps for all of the previous companies have said as much. There is ZERO binning done on anything except the top of the line model. It would cost to much to bin them at that selling point.

IF the "OC/Gigahertz/SC" versions were actually binned, MSI and Gigabytes cards would work at the "stock" settings they were shipped with.

I see what you're saying. Strictly speaking, all gpus are binned, which tests a chip's thermal performance at a given frequency. 770s are essentially 680s that were really well binned due to, presumably, a more mature manufacturing process. I would expect all of them to run fairly well. But you're probably right, most of the oc editions are probably just gpus from a range of buckets with an aftermarket cooler.
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Thanks Gabriel. Guess I'm trying to decide between the NT06-Pro or the NH-L12. Have you got these set up as a push/pull set up?

I'm thinking it probably a better idea to have two fans with air flow into the case that you can do with the NH-L12, rather than the one fan in the NT06-Pro set to push or pull....hmmmm.

Yes, push pull, drawing air into the case. I'll try to get some metrics on it soon as I have the time.
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Does NT06 fit with Asrock B75M-ITX- motherboard? I see that Z77e-itx works, but the socket in the b75 is more to the right so would the nt06 hit the psu? Pcie- slot probably is still cleared like in the z77 =?
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If you can see (in my sig) i got a Raven RVZ01 with a GTX 760 but i wanna upgrade to GTX 770 is the PSU strong enough to handle such power?
I think it does but better ask then screwing my system XD
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Originally Posted by RDilux View Post

If you can see (in my sig) i got a Raven RVZ01 with a GTX 760 but i wanna upgrade to GTX 770 is the PSU strong enough to handle such power?
I think it does but better ask then screwing my system XD
Yes, it handles the 770, 780, 780Ti, and Titan just fine, but you will be limited in the amount you can overclock the GPU.
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Does NT06 fit with Asrock B75M-ITX- motherboard? I see that Z77e-itx works, but the socket in the b75 is more to the right so would the nt06 hit the psu? Pcie- slot probably is still cleared like in the z77 =?
The PCIe slot will clear ok, but I do think the psu will be an issue as you've stated, I'll look this evening and do some measuring, it's possible it might "just fit!
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The PCIe slot will clear ok, but I do think the psu will be an issue as you've stated, I'll look this evening and do some measuring, it's possible it might "just fit!

Thank you so much for the help! Can't make out the defined measurement from the pictures for the motherboard/ cooler.
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Thank you so much for the help! Can't make out the defined measurement from the pictures for the motherboard/ cooler.

No problem, stay tuned for measurements in about 6-8 hours depending on my traffic home this evening.
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