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post #161 of 3947
Right guys here is the beast.

I have not had a large amount of time to test temps. Results so far

On original Intel cooler at 2.8ghz I was getting 84 degrees with prime 95!!!!

Now with the noctua and some small fan changes in the case i am getting 69 degrees at 3.8ghz!!! This is with prime 95. I am going to run a 3-4 test today when i get home from work. Yes i am at work already! Oh on standard setup no overclock i was getting 55 degrees with prime 95. So thats a cool 29 degrees lower than the stock cooler .

enjoy

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post #162 of 3947
sweet another Cosmos case i should of went with the S instead of the 1000, the Wire management isnt that great in these case but i see alot of the cosmos s with better management, yes this cooler is a beast and these are the temps im getting vs the TRUE

Temps

Noctua NH-D14

Each Test running for 30mins

at stock clocks 3.2 ,26c-28c Steady

LinX

at stock clock (Load) 39c-43c

OCCT

Stock Clock (Load) 37c - 39c

OVERCLOCK 3.8Ghz

Idle 29c - 31c

LinX
at LOAD 47c - 51c



Temps

TRUE 120 Ultra Extreme

Each Test running for 30mins

At stock clocks 3.2 ,27c-30c Also Steady

LinX

at stock clock (Load)43c - 46c

OCCT

Stock Clock (Load) 37c - 40c

OVERCLOCKED 3.8Ghz

Idle 29c - 31c Same as the Noctua

LinX

at LOAD 47c - 52c
Edited by XRogerX - 2/11/10 at 12:50am
post #163 of 3947
Those are nice temps you got there Roger.

My room is quite warm even with the heating off so not go temps that low. I used the noctua thermal paste and it seems to work well.

Oh i have had to leave the side panel off as the fan hits the heatsink. So i have got myself some perspex and am going to remove the fan today and have a nice window. Should have it installed tonight. Going to tidy my cabling too. Then all set.

I have a spare delta do you think i should put it on the heatsink and replace the NF-P12. Will leave the 140mm in the middle.
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post #164 of 3947
well i dont know really the only thing i can tell you is to try it and monitor the temp with what you got now then change them and see whats better , my self im going to leave it as it is cause my temps are great dont want to mess with itlol

i got an Ultra Kraze 3000 RPM and that baby is loud , but it good for a spare as i have two of them i got them when i got my TRUE 120 Ultra Extreme but now there sitting in the box you might want to call around if that Side intake is gonig to give you a problem ,i have a modded window on mine with 120mm intake fan blowing on the GFX's let me dig up a pic of it, i think it cost me like $50 with shipping

here it is this is where i got mine

http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=23938

This is what it looks like





This was well worth the money cause it blows right on my card and keeps them cool
post #165 of 3947
the case looks nice.

I have already removed the fan and the mesh. my perspex arrives today so will get it it fitted tonight and send some pics over. The gpu is running nice now i have that 2500 delta at the base and the 2 small fans removing the heat from the card.

So not going to go for a side fan. Going to run prime for a bit tonight then change the fan on heatsink to the delta one and see if it runs cooler. The perspex cost me £10 and a new side panel with window will cost £38 here in the UK. lol
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sweet , i will be looknig forward to the Pics , i love pics
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sweet , i will be looknig forward to the Pics , i love pics
lol will try and get them up tonight as long as the perspex arrives today.
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Hey Roger, Completed the case. take a look you can see my lovely noctua through the lovely new window i have fitted. I removed the side fan and mesh and fitted the perspex. Now i can admire my Noctua all the time.
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Has anybody here thrown a couple of these fans on the NH-D14 and tested it out on an i7 920 at a high voltage?
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Originally Posted by Karim187 View Post
Hey Roger, Completed the case. take a look you can see my lovely noctua through the lovely new window i have fitted. I removed the side fan and mesh and fitted the perspex. Now i can admire my Noctua all the time.
A you Gawd see all the other Cosmos look alot better then the 1000 :swearing:, i got to get myself another case if i get the S im gonig to order the window in advance and probably get it eched

Well gratz on the new Window and Noctua you planning on doing any other Mods to it?
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