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Do you think the Noctua, will cool better then my Tuniq tower?
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post #622 of 780
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Originally Posted by BLKKROW View Post
Do you think the Noctua, will cool better then my Tuniq tower?
Yes, it will be a few C better than the Tuniq, more if you get a high CFM fan like mine.
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post #623 of 780
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They're pretty close, but technically the Noctua should come out on top. It wouldn't be worth upgrading, but if you are looking to ditch the tuniq than it may be a good choice
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I just got one of these today and I must say, they are pretty. Pretty looks, pretty quiet, pretty sweet.
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wht temps r u getting on ur 9650 im getting 36 41 36 37 idle and 32 on bios
didnt overclock yet [set everything up yesterday] and its at 2000 mhz due to bios SpeedStep (SST)
    
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Yeah, he is asking if he buys the 1366 version, if Noctua will send him a LGA 775 kit for free. Problably because the 1366 version comes with two Noctua fans, and was only $85 on Newegg, while the LGA775 version was $60 and $30 for another fan.

Though I can't find the 1366 version on Newegg now. It was there last night.
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This was before they offered the LGA 1366 version of the cooler. The LGA 775 mounting kit comes with the regular Noctua cooler. That is the one you need to get.
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Knowing Noctua, I don't doubt that they'll send you one. Just e-mail them and they'll probably send one your way.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835608007
Yea I wanted the SE1366 because a) i wouldn't have to order a 1366 kit when i eventually get an i7 & b) it's cheaper to get the SE1366 than it is to get the NH-U12P & another P-12.

I was going to get a NH-U12P SE1366 from endpcnoise.com which had it for $65 (only $5 more for a fan that normally costs $20). I was also going to get 2 more P-12 fans to push my order over $100 so i would get free shipping. But Noctua told me, no-go. Only way to get 775 mounting kit is to buy NH-U12P. So I just ordered that off newegg for $60. So Noctua basically lost $50+ more in sales. :\\ guess ill just have to shave a little off my OC since i want to run it w/ the LNA resistor as the P-12 fans run extremely quiet at mid range but aren't very quiet when running full tilt. I'll be putting some Noiseblocker M12-S1 fans in my case instead.
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Yea I wanted the SE1366 because a) i wouldn't have to order a 1366 kit when i eventually get an i7 & b) it's cheaper to get the SE1366 than it is to get the NH-U12P & another P-12.

I was going to get a NH-U12P SE1366 from endpcnoise.com which had it for $65 (only $5 more for a fan that normally costs $20). I was also going to get 2 more P-12 fans to push my order over $100 so i would get free shipping. But Noctua told me, no-go. Only way to get 775 mounting kit is to buy NH-U12P. So I just ordered that off newegg for $60. So Noctua basically lost $50+ more in sales. : guess ill just have to shave a little off my OC since i want to run it w/ the LNA resistor as the P-12 fans run extremely quiet at mid range but aren't very quiet when running full tilt. I'll be putting some Noiseblocker M12-S1 fans in my case instead.
Did you really just say the Noctua fans are noisy? 0.o
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Yea I wanted the SE1366 because a) i wouldn't have to order a 1366 kit when i eventually get an i7 & b) it's cheaper to get the SE1366 than it is to get the NH-U12P & another P-12.

I was going to get a NH-U12P SE1366 from endpcnoise.com which had it for $65 (only $5 more for a fan that normally costs $20). I was also going to get 2 more P-12 fans to push my order over $100 so i would get free shipping. But Noctua told me, no-go. Only way to get 775 mounting kit is to buy NH-U12P. So I just ordered that off newegg for $60. So Noctua basically lost $50+ more in sales. : guess ill just have to shave a little off my OC since i want to run it w/ the LNA resistor as the P-12 fans run extremely quiet at mid range but aren't very quiet when running full tilt. I'll be putting some Noiseblocker M12-S1 fans in my case instead.
just use the ulna, its 12 dB thats not audible
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Yea I wanted the SE1366 because a) i wouldn't have to order a 1366 kit when i eventually get an i7 & b) it's cheaper to get the SE1366 than it is to get the NH-U12P & another P-12.
Noctua will send you the 1366 kit if you show proof of purchase.

Noctua sent me one when I asked for stickers . If you live in SoCal I could hook you up.
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