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Quote:
Originally Posted by OverTheBelow;13680602 
D14 would perform better at a lower noise level.

As the owner of both a D14 and a Megahalems, the D14 for sure.
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Can someone please tell me what the purpose of these are?

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At one point I used them to put another 120 in my case as an alternative to screws, but it wasn't that secure to say the least.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by OverTheBelow;13683573 
Can someone please tell me what the purpose of these are?

At one point I used them to put another 120 in my case as an alternative to screws, but it wasn't that secure to say the least.

You're right -they're replacements for case fan screws. But the fan cannot have screw sockets the entire depth of the fan (look at the noctua for example). Then you need to pull them through so the small cone shape comes past the socket. This is what holds a fan in place. Once that's done you can trim the excess with scissors if you want.

Excellent for noise dampening.
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Originally Posted by OverTheBelow;13683573 
Can someone please tell me what the purpose of these are?

dsc01034a.jpg

At one point I used them to put another 120 in my case as an alternative to screws, but it wasn't that secure to say the least.
Quote:
Originally Posted by Mofoo;13685162 
You're right -they're replacements for case fan screws. But the fan cannot have screw sockets the entire depth of the fan (look at the noctua for example). Then you need to pull them through so the small cone shape comes past the socket. This is what holds a fan in place. Once that's done you can trim the excess with scissors if you want.

Excellent for noise dampening.


All true. But to pull them through you have to have access to open corners like the ones on Noctuas. For any fan, including closed corners and places where you can't get at the outside of the fan to pull the vibration isolators through, these are useless.

I attach all my fans with either Velcro or these. I've used all the different kinds and these are the best. And you can't beat the free shipping.
Edited by ehume - 5/30/11 at 7:37pm
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Quote:
Originally Posted by ehume;13688105 
I attach all my fans with either Velcro or these. I've used all the different kinds and these are the best. And you can't beat the free shipping.
Indeed, velcro or some quality rubber pull-throughs are the way forward. All my fans in my sig rig are attatched with something similer to the above (Akasa pull-throughs in fact). The only fan in my home server is attached by velcro. I see no reason to use any other method.
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i5 750 @ 3,2 ghz with stock voltage 1.16

before: 40 - 73
now: 31 - 45

My teamgroup team xtreem memories now run at 1600 7-7-7-21 1T 1.5v (they are rated at 1.65v but they're just fine - tried gta iv and prime95 with blend)

it took me about 1 hour to mount it since the space inside is very little and the cut hole behind the motherboard tray at HAF 922 didn't let the backplate slide inside

I am very happy with it and will get some benchmarks tomorrow. Now I am tired.
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Hello, first off I would like to join the club. I love my d14 it so quiet. I finally completed my build, but I need to ask some questions. I looked through this thread and didn't see many 2600k temps reports. Everything is still stock and my ambient is usually 24-26c, during idle I have seen up to 10c difference from core0 and core1. Core1 is always mid 20's surfing the net, while the others are low to mid 30's. I've run Prime95 blend for 2 hours at ambient 26c with 51-50-55-55 these have been recorded with real temp, HWmonitor is 1c lower. Are the differences in the cores normal, especially the 10c which was right after opening real temp. Are the prime temps good? I'm trying to decide if I need to reseat.
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I OC my i5 to 4ghz:

Setup:

voltage in bios: 1.415
voltaj reported by cpu-z: 1.384
v-dop in prime95: 1.312 - 1.320

The first core fails in prime 95, idle temp 35 deg and the full load temp is 61C.
The AC is set to 18deg in the room so there are about 19deg.

Youtube video:
[ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UBSHsrFocQA[/ame]

I wish my english is understandable biggrin.gif
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post #1359 of 3950
$69.99 D-14's. I just posted this in another thread but that's the cheapest I've seen.

If you've been on the fence, Just do it already
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post #1360 of 3950
Well, i already pmed the OP about being added to the club according to the 1st post rules where he said we had to pm...
But imma leave a post here with a pic.

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Originally Posted by shaolin95;7911026 

Please PM me to add you to the club. Because some people can't even read these first few lines, let me make it VERY clear.....NO PM means YOU ARE NOT GETTING IN so don't post crap in the thread about not being added if you cannot even read the first thing on the OP.
The other requirement (I am more flexible with this one) is to post at least one picture.

Been there, done that. No results.
Edited by Tokkan - 5/31/11 at 1:13pm
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