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When the 200r was here we had 2 of them, with side panels being different.
Part of the side panel is indented inwards, panel was 158mm, 200r suppose to be 160mm.
We could not even close the side panel when NH-U12S it was158mm panel.

When I read your post on the D14 I read the D15 part as you said 165mm.
Bottom intake I barely look at that for cooling.
Enthoo Pro M is where the fans are positioned. 140mm bottom is partial covered. 120mm both are above.

R4 is good, R5 was a big improvement.
Evolv I did not find the front that restrictive from front pulling. Fans was capable to handle it.
NZXT S340 may be 160mm, there is other options to fit. Can even go with Cryorig C1.

Did not find Define S rear extremely restrictive. Built too many system with these case and never had complaints for rear be restrictive.
    
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So none of the noctuas will fit with my case? By the way i have the one with the glass side panel
Edited by Teafac3 - 2/6/16 at 6:32am
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Stahp worshipping noctua, their products are good, they look ugly but perform good, but here are more interesting offers out there , kotetsu pls tight fit though
Edited by MadjinnSayan - 2/6/16 at 6:56am
 
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Originally Posted by Sp33d Junki3 View Post

When the 200r was here we had 2 of them, with side panels being different.
Part of the side panel is indented inwards, panel was 158mm, 200r suppose to be 160mm.
We could not even close the side panel when NH-U12S it was158mm panel.

When I read your post on the D14 I read the D15 part as you said 165mm.
Bottom intake I barely look at that for cooling.
Enthoo Pro M is where the fans are positioned. 140mm bottom is partial covered. 120mm both are above.

R4 is good, R5 was a big improvement.
Evolv I did not find the front that restrictive from front pulling. Fans was capable to handle it.
NZXT S340 may be 160mm, there is other options to fit. Can even go with Cryorig C1.

Did not find Define S rear extremely restrictive. Built too many system with these case and never had complaints for rear be restrictive.
Fair enough. thumb.gif
I have found bottom intake to often improve GPU temps, especially if case is raise to improve airflow area to vent.
Have used R2 and R4. Night and day difference! Would love to try R5. thumb.gif Tried a couple Deep Silence, they are okay, but FD are better in my opinion.
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Originally Posted by Teafac3 View Post

So none of the noctuas will fit with my case? By the way i have the one with the glass side panel
Sp33d Junki3 has knowledge of your case and can probably tell you.
If not, measure from inside of window to surface of motherboard tray. That distance minus 16mm is the height of CPU cooler that will fit.

Post #29 in "Ways to Better Cooling" linked in sig.
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So none of the noctuas will fit with my case? By the way i have the one with the glass side panel
200R Window is different. Thought you had the side vent version.
Window is aprox 165mm, I know the vent were about 6mm inwards.

Noctua is good as long the price is fair.
Cryorig H5 is another good choice for around $45 which beats the NH-U12S for less.
Scythe Ninja 4 and NH-U12S are about $60
Edited by Sp33d Junki3 - 2/6/16 at 7:00am
    
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post #16 of 28
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200R Window is different. Thought you had the side vent version.
Window is aprox 165mm, I know the vent were about 6mm inwards.
So thats better for me right?
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Fair enough. thumb.gif
I have found bottom intake to often improve GPU temps, especially if case is raise to improve airflow area to vent.
Have used R2 and R4. Night and day difference! Would love to try R5. thumb.gif Tried a couple Deep Silence, they are okay, but FD are better in my opinion.
Sp33d Junki3 has knowledge of your case and can probably tell you.
If not, measure from inside of window to surface of motherboard tray. That distance minus 16mm is the height of CPU cooler that will fit.

Post #29 in "Ways to Better Cooling" linked in sig.

I remember doing the same thing to see what would actually fit in my pc-9f, since Liam li tends to under estimate the maximum size of components a bit.
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post #19 of 28
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200R Window is different. Thought you had the side vent version.
Window is aprox 165mm, I know the vent were about 6mm inwards.

Noctua is good as long the price is fair.
Cryorig H5 is another good choice for around $45 which beats the NH-U12S for less.
Scythe Ninja 4 and NH-U12S are about $60
the d14 is my best option tho right? Hoping to get a good overclock out of it. The prices on the d14 are all over the place tho. Are there different variations? I see them as low as 79 and as high ass 179. What gives?
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D14 is not the best option only if the price is good.
The D14 do not support 2011 out of box. Unless you have an Asus board that has X-Socket.
You have to get the NM-I2011 mounting kit from Noctua which is free or you can buy the kit for $15 if need a rush for it.
As for prices, it varies on the retailer and where you are located.
    
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