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Poll Results: What is your Overall Opinion on this case

 
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  • 12% (226)
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  • 5% (108)
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post #16841 of 28613
I think that's the only cooler that makes the Noctua NH D14 feel small!
post #16842 of 28613
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Originally Posted by H969 View Post
LOL, like gum? Did ya get some pictures?
That would be a great learning for lots of peeps
I myself have 3 vid cards on one system and one always seems to run like 8-10c wamer and I was wondering how big a diffrence it would make; now I know.
That was some serious cooling -19c
i wish i got some pictures, but there's actually still some stuck around the gpu, it was nearly impossible to clean off, had to scrape it off with Q tips and toothpicks rofl
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post #16843 of 28613
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I think that's the only cooler that makes the Noctua NH D14 feel small!
Yes they about the same size, and weight.
InfectedRat, got the first Noctua NH-D14, that I know of.

And so far, as I know HaMMeR=GoM= Has the first ThermalRight Silver Arrow
Maybe GenE will post these 2 HSF for others to size and compair?
Do we have a HSF section?
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post #16844 of 28613
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Originally Posted by Simford View Post
i wish i got some pictures, but there's actually still some stuck around the gpu, it was nearly impossible to clean off, had to scrape it off with Q tips and toothpicks rofl
LOL, wow! no kidding.
So when I do mine I should be loaded for bear?
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post #16845 of 28613
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Awesome

i7 2600k and MSI P67A GD55 i'll be taking pics of the build. A company over here mucked up and released the stuff on their site thinking Intel had lifted the NDA, they were up for about an hour before being pulled and anyone who ordered is getting theirs today
Awesome!!,
Thats going to be a **&^%ass system
Stronger,faster, cooler, less Vcore..

Hey dude if you can take some pics of the new boxes also?

I love new toy's!!!
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post #16846 of 28613
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I think that's the only cooler that makes the Noctua NH D14 feel small!
LOL, ya...
They are both great looking coolers, and they function well!!
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post #16847 of 28613
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Originally Posted by H969 View Post
Awesome!!,
Thats going to be a **&^%ass system
Stronger,faster, cooler, less Vcore..

Hey dude if you can take some pics of the new boxes also?

I love new toy's!!!
Of course, it didn't happen without photo's, internetz lawz

Plan on a subtle overclock of 4.6ghz
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Of course, it didn't happen without photo's, internetz lawz

Plan on a subtle overclock of 4.6ghz
Sheesh, yes thats what I have been seeing on the reviews
And they seem to just love to be OC.
I noticed there are a lot of cpu's in the for sale section, in another month there will be even more!
The prices are still a little high, but as more come for sale the prices will have to drop.
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post #16849 of 28613
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uhhhh...
So you are sure it does not fit, even tightly?

Cheers
After a bit of forcing, I did get it to fit, had to press in the hard-drive rack and out on the back of the case, but it did slide in eventually...until I ran into the realization that I couldn't get it into the PCIE slot, because it was running into the ridge/lip on the back side of the hard-drive rack (managed to get around the ridge on the front by coming in at an angle, couldn't for the back one). Got out the Dremel, cut off about 1 cm of that ridge (barely anything, really), and it does fit now, but it is TIGHT.

Just as a final note to this success story, this was with Gigabyte's 6950, which is one of the shorter 6950s from what I gathered while shopping (275mm, not counting the bracket, from my measurements). XFX was one of the few manufacturers to list their size on the site (http://xfxforce.com/en-us/products/g...tandard.aspx#2), and they have theirs listed as 11.3 inches, which comes out to 287mm...which will definitely not fit without some more serious modding.

I'll post a pic of it tomorrow, didn't bother neatly re-routing cables or anything after I put it all back in after the Dremeling, so its still kinda messy.
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post #16850 of 28613
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Originally Posted by Chemykal View Post
After a bit of forcing, I did get it to fit, had to press in the hard-drive rack and out on the back of the case, but it did slide in eventually...until I ran into the realization that I couldn't get it into the PCIE slot, because it was running into the ridge/lip on the back side of the hard-drive rack (managed to get around the ridge on the front by coming in at an angle, couldn't for the back one). Got out the Dremel, cut off about 1 cm of that ridge (barely anything, really), and it does fit now, but it is TIGHT.

Just as a final note to this success story, this was with Gigabyte's 6950, which is one of the shorter 6950s from what I gathered while shopping (275mm, not counting the bracket, from my measurements). XFX was one of the few manufacturers to list their size on the site (http://xfxforce.com/en-us/products/g...tandard.aspx#2), and they have theirs listed as 11.3 inches, which comes out to 287mm...which will definitely not fit without some more serious modding.

I'll post a pic of it tomorrow, didn't bother neatly re-routing cables or anything after I put it all back in after the Dremeling, so its still kinda messy.

The whole time I was reading your comment i was saying cut it cut it.. The same way you did.. Great Idea. and It worked. That is what is important. Please go to the front page and look in the Table of contents.. look for Video card size and add your data and that you had to mod it to make it fit. Thanks for letting me know.. Excellent Info for us..
    
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