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Hey roger I just added you btw. :-)
post #152 of 3947
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Originally Posted by Karim187 View Post
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?

Thanks
How ya doing with that Karim you got it going now?
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How ya doing with that Karim you got it going now?
Ignore me i was being stupid!!!! I was trying to mount them upside down! Its been a very long day. The beast is in will put some pics up in a bit. Thanks for your help.
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well gratz glad you was stupid instead of it not fitting lol , j/k lol

looking forward to the pics
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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?
I am using OCZ freeze TIM.

And here is my case airflow thing.

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You got the same case I have.
Did you apply the time with just one dot in the middle or did you spread it?
With that configuration mine is doing great.
Also, I assume the d14 has been installed in the "regular" way not with the fans pushing air up, correct?
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It is pushing up due to the fact my ram sinks hit the fans and I cant install any ram in the first 2 ram slots of my mobo.
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I see. That in my opinion explains it then. The side fan on the HAF932 is not my cup of tea plus you get the hot air generated by the video cards as well.
In that config I would try going with the rear fan as exahust then to see if it helps but yeah, I have seen other results installed that way and results werent that great.

One thing though can you install it with the fan on the left and the middle and nothing on the right side so it does not affect your ram?
Edited by shaolin95 - 2/10/10 at 6:46pm
post #159 of 3947
Well its a little late now to take it all apart. It should be OK IMO. I doubt the CPU will ever see the load its getting from LINX and Prime.
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Oh yeah that I agree with. Just trying to get you the performance you expected :-)
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