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I have had this cooler running for 48 hours now. I had to change the fans to my ZM-F3's to move air because stock wasn't cutting it.

And to be honest temps arent fantastic. My mega had similar/better results. I reseated this cooler 3 times now and still am maxing out at 75*c. Where the mega was 72*c.
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Strange results, the D14 should be able to beat the Megahalems.
Different TIM, any pics of your case to see you configuration?
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well i got mine today and it already installed , this is the easiest HS to install i will get temps later but here are my pics , there not the greatest ones but there pics
ok the 1st im take this to show you how close it is to the GFX Cards







well as you can see i was worried for good reason but i think i put to much thought into it and i was getting worried but as i was instilling it i was happy , but then i started to think if it was gonig to hit the intake fan, so i didnt even bolt the HS down and i stop what i was doing , and said to myself why am i gonig to bolt this down if its not gonig to fit with the intake fan, so i look and i put the side panel on and boom it closed so now everything is smoooth

Thanks Roger

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Edited by XRogerX - 2/9/10 at 2:00pm
post #145 of 3949
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Looking good mate...happy you didn't have to do any crazing modding...I was scared with my EVGA mobo as well....I will post some pics but the vreg cooler is pushing against the D14...it was a close call ...almost thought it was not going to work.
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and i can say now im official of the Noctua NH-D14 Club
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Hi guys i can't get the cooler in. I am trying to mount the curved brackets and they will not go over the screws.

I have put the small black plastics in but then i can't get the metal bracket screwed in. I can fit it is i use the amd white ones.

Did you guys use the black ones?

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post #148 of 3949
make sure you useing then intel bag, and there is another bag of parts dont use the AMD bag
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Make sure your useing the Intel Parts not the AMD one, the longer curved backets are for the Intels
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Hey roger I just added you btw. :-)
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