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Evolv is ok, poor airflow. Better with Phanteks Pro M or Fractal Define S.
Also you wont be grantee that you can hit 4.7Ghz.
If you want to go that route with high OC, then start to look at actual watercooling build.
    
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I can go with the Prodigy M case which supports up to 160mm cooler height.
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Not a good case with terrible internal design.
    
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post #24 of 30
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Originally Posted by Sp33d Junki3 View Post

Evolv is ok, poor airflow. Better with Phanteks Pro M or Fractal Define S.
Also you wont be grantee that you can hit 4.7Ghz.
If you want to go that route with high OC, then start to look at actual watercooling build.

True, but the Evolv is worlds better than the Nanoxia.
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Originally Posted by Casterina View Post

I can go with the Prodigy M case which supports up to 160mm cooler height.

I haven't used the Prodigy M, but have heard some good things. No question it will offer better airflow than the Nanoxia.

Can you give us a clue as to available brands so we can make some recommendations?

And as was said, there is no guarantee your chip will get to 4.7 with any amount of cooling. The average without doing silly voltage seems to be around 4.5-4.6.
post #25 of 30
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True, but the Evolv is worlds better than the Nanoxia.
I haven't used the Prodigy M, but have heard some good things. No question it will offer better airflow than the Nanoxia.

Can you give us a clue as to available brands so we can make some recommendations?

And as was said, there is no guarantee your chip will get to 4.7 with any amount of cooling. The average without doing silly voltage seems to be around 4.5-4.6.
The Evolv case is a bit too tall to fit on the drawer on the side of my desk, any brands of air cooler I can get discount on and I seen a video on Youtube where this guy fitted a Noctua NH-D14 cooler inside the Prodigy M but only 2 fans on the heatsink instead of 3.
post #26 of 30
Please gives us details on where you getting parts and where it is going?
The drawer needs to have room for airflow to work with.
Modular PSU is needed, top will be your intake while bottom is exhaust. Working on Prodigy M was terrible.
    
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post #27 of 30
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Originally Posted by Casterina View Post

The Evolv case is a bit too tall to fit on the drawer on the side of my desk, any brands of air cooler I can get discount on and I seen a video on Youtube where this guy fitted a Noctua NH-D14 cooler inside the Prodigy M but only 2 fans on the heatsink instead of 3.

The D14 only uses two fans, not three.
post #28 of 30
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Originally Posted by Sp33d Junki3 View Post

Please gives us details on where you getting parts and where it is going?
The drawer needs to have room for airflow to work with.
Modular PSU is needed, top will be your intake while bottom is exhaust. Working on Prodigy M was terrible.
I'm getting parts from Amazon, Scan and Overclockers in the UK and the drawer has airflow at the front and back as there is no wood and I have a modular PSU.

So top intake and bottom exhaust is the best setup for the Prodigy M?
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Originally Posted by ciarlatano View Post

The D14 only uses two fans, not three.
Oh, it looks like it can fit another one on the heatsink.
post #29 of 30
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Originally Posted by Casterina View Post

I can change the case to the Nanoxia Deep Silence 4 which has a maximum CPU cooler height of 160mm but the case only has 3 fans mounting points.
Why is Nanoxia Deep Silent 4 the only option?
In my opinion Fractal Design and Phanteks are better cases, and I have Deep Silent 4 and Deep Silent 2 as well as Enthoo Luxe, Enthoo Primo, Enthoo Evolv ATX and Define R2 .. plus have built or helped build several Define R3, R4, R5 and Arc systems.

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Originally Posted by Casterina View Post

The Evolv case is a bit too tall to fit on the drawer on the side of my desk, any brands of air cooler I can get discount on and I seen a video on Youtube where this guy fitted a Noctua NH-D14 cooler inside the Prodigy M but only 2 fans on the heatsink instead of 3.
Sorry, but putting a case in a drawer is not a very bad idea, Cooling is all about airflow. Drawers inherently have little or no airflow.

Sorry to be blunt, but your questions and suggestions are showing just how little know and understand about computer systems cooling and design. I suggest we start at the beginning and you learn a little bit about case airflow and how it works. 5th post in "ways to Better Cooling" link in my sig is a good starting point. 1st post is index, click on topics to see them.

We all started where you are, so don't feel bad about not knowing all these things we are 'preaching' to you. We all either learned from our mistakes and the mistakes of others who told us just like we are telling you now.
Edited by doyll - 5/30/16 at 9:01pm
post #30 of 30
Evolv cases flow much better than most peeps realize.

The problem most have encountered is trying to use the top radiator / fan mount and not sealing the unused open ares. End result is the air their fans are pushing into the top circles back down through these open areas instead of leaving case.

In other words, it's user error not bad case airflow.
Edited by doyll - 5/30/16 at 9:01pm
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