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you are right ..

i saw a benchmark that air cooling is very near to water cooling

thanks for the advices thumb.gif
i think to wait is better

i thought about NH-D14

and there's a problem with RAMs so .. waiting is better ..

If you look at the picture of the D15 again you can see that some of the bottom of the cooler has been removed so tall RAM can now be used
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If you look at the picture of the D15 again you can see that some of the bottom of the cooler has been removed so tall RAM can now be used


yea ... i saw it with linus at computex with Noctua employee who also introduced another tech for noise and improved material ... etc.


the most important is the intro of the D15, and it's $100


when it comes to this price ,,, i think again fr the h100i


still i need to buy the reservoir and pipes ...


i saw another brand which provide these parts with the radiator

>>>>>>>>

well it's expensive one thumb.gif

http://www.amazon.com/XSPC-RayStorm-AX240-Water-Cooling/dp/B00DWXQKLK/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1397152589&sr=8-3&keywords=xspc


never mind ... D15 is the target
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i think i'm over welcomed to AMD forum

since i changed my choices to intel ... then, there's no need for being here !!
post #64 of 216
Even the NH-U12S can beat the H100i yet alone the NH-U14S which is much better, The H100i like everything from Corsair is overhyped to the extreme. if you still want a CLC loop then look at the NZXT Kraken X60 instead or the Swiftech H220 or H320 if you have room for that one
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I'm very interested to see the reviews of the NHD 15, I really think air cooling with heat pipes and heatsink size cannot be improved to much more as it stands, aside from making moar heatsink and faster fans at thecost of noise and fitting in cases, I believe it is wider the the NHd14 and may encroach on the first PCI-e slot on some motherboards as do some of the other coolers I mentioned, OP will have to look into that, of course you are correct about the RAM cutout Shilka smile.gif.

NHd15 mobo compatibility chart :

http://www.noctua.at/main.php?show=compatibility_gen&products_id=68&lng=en

I'm hoping that it will review 10c cooler then the rest of the pack and still be really quiet and I may just pick one up myself, I have my doubts though smile.gif
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I'm very interested to see the reviews of the NHD 15, I really think air cooling with heat pipes and heatsink size cannot be improved to much more as it stands, aside from making moar heatsink and faster fans at thecost of noise and fitting in cases, I believe it is wider the the NHd14 and may encroach on the first PCI-e slot on some motherboards as do some of the other coolers I mentioned, OP will have to look into that, of course you are correct about the RAM cutout Shilka smile.gif.

NHd15 mobo compatibility chart :

http://www.noctua.at/main.php?show=compatibility_gen&products_id=68&lng=en

I'm hoping that it will review 10c cooler then the rest of the pack and still be really quiet and I may just pick one up myself, I have my doubts though smile.gif

I really want a D15 myself but i use the top PCI-E slot so i am not sure if there is room for that monster and my first video card, as for the RAM i could live with just the fan in the middle if there is not enough room for both fan and RAM
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post #67 of 216
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yea ... i saw it with linus at computex with Noctua employee who also introduced another tech for noise and improved material ... etc.


the most important is the intro of the D15, and it's $100


when it comes to this price ,,, i think again fr the h100i


still i need to buy the reservoir and pipes ...


i saw another brand which provide these parts with the radiator

>>>>>>>>

well it's expensive one thumb.gif

http://www.amazon.com/XSPC-RayStorm-AX240-Water-Cooling/dp/B00DWXQKLK/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1397152589&sr=8-3&keywords=xspc


never mind ... D15 is the target

You don't need to buy that other stuff for using a h100i

There are three main types of cooling for a typical consumer+ocer these days:

1; Air

2; Closed loop liquid. These have a rad, tubing etc attached to a CPU block and pump combo typically and don't require assembly or maintainence, but they sacrifice performance vs custom water loops. Typically they are only slightly better than the high end air coolers, and at a cost of noise if you want them to be as effective as possible.

---- ^good for new people

3; Custom water loop, usually self assembled and maintained - expensive, best "normal" cooling, not very cost effective though - usually an enthusiast thing


With cooling, there are a lot of things that affect temperatures. If your room temperature is 10c hotter than some other guys, your CPU will be that much hotter too. If you have bad thermal paste application and mount, it can cost you 3c or more. If your airflow setup allows your case temperature to rise by 10c, then any air cooler - or CLC, mounted as exhaust - will gain those temps also, etc.
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yea .. it should be very nice one
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You don't need to buy that other stuff for using a h100i

There are three main types of cooling for a typical consumer+ocer these days:

1; Air

2; Closed loop liquid. These have a rad, tubing etc attached to a CPU block and pump combo typically and don't require assembly or maintainence, but they sacrifice performance vs custom water loops. Typically they are only slightly better than the high end air coolers, and at a cost of noise if you want them to be as effective as possible.

---- ^good for new people

3; Custom water loop, usually self assembled and maintained - expensive, best "normal" cooling, not very cost effective though - usually an enthusiast thing


With cooling, there are a lot of things that affect temperatures. If your room temperature is 10c hotter than some other guys, your CPU will be that much hotter too. If you have bad thermal paste application and mount, it can cost you 3c or more. If your airflow setup allows your case temperature to rise by 10c, then any air cooler - or CLC, mounted as exhaust - will gain those temps also, etc.

yea ..of course

so you feel h100i is OK, because i was presistance with you, where you were recommending air cooling and i was focusing more for h100i.

i liked your idea after i saw a video comparing a group of air coolers with h100i, so the difference was very small .. 1 or 2 C

then D15 costs $100 like h100i, which is interesting for me to think again about should i order h100i

even so .. i have to buy the reservoir and pipes which would cost me more

I think air cooling is fine
post #70 of 216
H100i is a all in one water cooler. You buy nothing extra.

The advantage of the all in one is you don't have a massive air block in center of case impeding air flow
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