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I have a H110 and two Noctua NF-A14 iPPC and there have been no problems with it. Mounting was pretty easy except for the part where I had to screw it into place. It required way too much force for what I consider necessary. Felt like I was going to break the motherboard in half.
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For me I choose ippc over the regular ones is color. If the color doesn't bother you, just grab the original A14's. Both versions have 6 year warranty, and excellent build quality.

Cool. I'll have to think about it.

Does the iPPC fan come with the same accessories (Y-cable, 4-pin cable extender, ect.)?
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I have a H110 and two Noctua NF-A14 iPPC and there have been no problems with it. Mounting was pretty easy except for the part where I had to screw it into place. It required way too much force for what I consider necessary. Felt like I was going to break the motherboard in half.

Getting the block screwed down was a little difficult. I think it would have been much easier had I used the adhesive pads, but then it's hard to get them off.
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Cool. I'll have to think about it.

Does the iPPC fan come with the same accessories (Y-cable, 4-pin cable extender, ect.)?

Nope, just the fans.

no y-cable or extensions of any sort.

I use Akasa PWM 5-way splitter with sata connector
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Nope, just the fans.

no y-cable or extensions of any sort.

I use Akasa PWM 5-way splitter with sata connector

Thanks, I'll look into that splitter if I ever go push pull.

I'm thinking I may just go with the original AF-A14's. The color doesn't bother me too much.
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Getting the block screwed down was a little difficult. I think it would have been much easier had I used the adhesive pads, but then it's hard to get them off.

I actually had to retry it. The first time the block just slid everywhere causing a mess of the thermal paste.
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I actually had to retry it. The first time the block just slid everywhere causing a mess of the thermal paste.

Yeah, my block slid around too. It was on the CPU though, so I'm pretty sure the paste is OK.
post #28 of 28
the H100i goes on sale for $79.99 + $10 MIR a lot on Newegg. Only reason why I got it.

and the stock fans @ 50% or less are silent in a decent case. I added two RFX-120 (they match the stock fan specs pretty good) for push pull and I get great temps, even when I had my 8320.
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