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post #621 of 7101
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Originally Posted by Nerix View Post

So you didn´t have to remove the case fan when using the NH-L12? But Probably only if you use the one fan setup (height 66mm)? With the second fan the total height would be 93mm.

The width and depth of the NH12 isn´t a problem, does it fit?

It would be good to know, because the NH-L9i seems to be too small for processors with 84 TDP (in my case the i5 4670k) (see http://www.noctua.at/main.php?show=nh_l9i_tdp_guidelines&setlng=en&products_id=)

I really think my GeminII M4 is doing a great job cooling my system (i5 3570k) along with case fan. Idle around 30 and haven't seen anything hotter than 54 yet and that was during a GPU benchmark test.
post #622 of 7101
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Originally Posted by CrookedHauser View Post

I really think my GeminII M4 is doing a great job cooling my system (i5 3570k) along with case fan. Idle around 30 and haven't seen anything hotter than 54 yet and that was during a GPU benchmark test.


How is the noise level for this?

one thing that a plus is its cheaper than the Noctura setup. Those temps seem pretty good.
post #623 of 7101
Will the noctua nh l9i be able to handle a 4670k overclocked to 4.2 ghz, or do i have to go for an aio like the corsair h55?
post #624 of 7101
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Originally Posted by CrookedHauser View Post

I really think my GeminII M4 is doing a great job cooling my system (i5 3570k) along with case fan. Idle around 30 and haven't seen anything hotter than 54 yet and that was during a GPU benchmark test.

Which motherboard do you have and any pics to share?
post #625 of 7101
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Originally Posted by CaptainZombie View Post

Which motherboard do you have and any pics to share?

It's extremely quiet even running Metro: Last Light on high (haven't tried ultra yet). Quieter than my xbox 1. Haven't dB tested it.

So I'm running it on a i5 3570k and a Gigabyte H77N wifi motherboard. It clears my Corsair Ballistix Sport VLP ram and the PCIe riser.

Pictures of my build are are on PCPartPicker: http://pcpartpicker.com/b/NCX#cx334246


Edited by CrookedHauser - 3/28/14 at 6:12am
post #626 of 7101
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Originally Posted by RDilux View Post

I can ensure you he is telling the truth i got also the nh-12

So I guess you had to remove the top fan from the nh-12. Did you install a slim 15MM on the side/top vent? Also, did you leave the small 93MM (or whatever size it is) on the bottom or did you swap it out for something bigger.

Im staring at my shopping card at newegg hesitant...
post #627 of 7101
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Originally Posted by NinjaPenguin16 View Post

Will the noctua nh l9i be able to handle a 4670k overclocked to 4.2 ghz, or do i have to go for an aio like the corsair h55?

I wouldn't run an OC with that cooler. Its rated for a lower TDP. I think people have been more successful mounting the Seidon 120, plus it has the more durable rigid tubing. Also form what I can see about that there are 2 models, the "V" and the "M". The "M" is supposed to be the more reliable of the 2.
post #628 of 7101
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Originally Posted by Mariolillo View Post

Sure man, whenever you can biggrin.gif

Here you got some pic from AIDA 64 and my system



post #629 of 7101
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Originally Posted by CrookedHauser View Post

It's extremely quiet even running Metro: Last Light on high (haven't tried ultra yet). Quieter than my xbox 1. Haven't dB tested it.

So I'm running it on a i5 3570k and a Gigabyte H77N wifi motherboard. It clears my Corsair Ballistix Sport VLP ram and the PCIe riser.

Pictures of my build are are on PCPartPicker: http://pcpartpicker.com/b/NCX#cx334246


Im very tempted to pull the trigger on this cooler...One thing thats throwing me off is that the bottom is not flush, the copper pipes are a bit higher than the sink itself creating "ridges"..but it doesnt seem to be affecting your temps all that much so wonder if thats moot. Do you have a case fan above it? (is there room?)
post #630 of 7101
Nice! Looks to be snug! One thing, why is the CPU Temp lower than a core? Does that even matter? And how is the noise level on that?
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