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I got my noctua and i really love it!!
its not that heavy that likely to bend your mobo
Modern mobos wont start if the mobo isnt flat

I plan to get more 140mm fans (looks cool... and blows the heat pipes too)
is it worth? (the focus flow with SSO2 looks imba..)
Will i get more perfomance by getting 3x 140mm fan?


btw to top exhaust i am going to change to 140mm noctua fan too...
any better air flow suguessions?
    
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Sorry for the crappy photos... I only have the cell phone camera atm.
NH-D14. As manly as air cooling can get. Size does matter.

CM BM120mm as the front and Noctua stock 140mm for the HS.
120mm, 200mm Front intake. 120mm Panaflo in the middle. 120mm side intake.
120mm Back exhaust. 200mm top exhaust.
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post #1633 of 3983
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Originally Posted by NoobHacker View Post
I got my noctua and i really love it!!
its not that heavy that likely to bend your mobo
Modern mobos wont start if the mobo isnt flat

I plan to get more 140mm fans (looks cool... and blows the heat pipes too)
is it worth? (the focus flow with SSO2 looks imba..)
Will i get more perfomance by getting 3x 140mm fan?


btw to top exhaust i am going to change to 140mm noctua fan too...
any better air flow suguessions?
I installed the third fan and noticed a 2-3c drop in temps on idle and 5c drop in temps on load. If you think it is worth it, then for sure get it. I thought it was.
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Just ordered one for my sig rig
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I installed the third fan and noticed a 2-3c drop in temps on idle and 5c drop in temps on load. If you think it is worth it, then for sure get it. I thought it was.
That good... I'm aiming below 60C at 4.8Ghz
5c drop would be good

Im wondering which fan set to get
Current :
XIGMATEK 170mm x1
XIGMATEK 120mm x2
CM 90CFM R4 x3
NH D14 stock fans

Delta 190CFM FANS : extremely powerful but i worry that the sound still loud in 5v(119CFM), and i don't know is it good for noctua nh d14 or not because need to leave middle empty, and 120x120x38mm hard to install on my chassis as case fan, i dont care the price since here very cheap
Noctua P14 FLX Fans : my dream but extremely expensive, but i dont care since it has ultra long life time and very silence
XIGMATEK 140mm FANS : cannot be mount properly on noctua nh d14, and i worry sleeve bearing will loud when >1 years( like my cm 90cfm), it slightly expensive than delta here
Cooler master fans : I dont trust its spec anymore
    
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Sorry for the crappy photos... I only have the cell phone camera atm.
NH-D14. As manly as air cooling can get. Size does matter.

CM BM120mm as the front and Noctua stock 140mm for the HS.
120mm, 200mm Front intake. 120mm Panaflo in the middle. 120mm side intake.
120mm Back exhaust. 200mm top exhaust.
Attachment 220470Attachment 220471
Dear god, get some cleaning crew on your rig!
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Originally Posted by mikupoiss View Post
Dear god, get some cleaning crew on your rig!
It is clean. No dust. Just the crappy pictures.
It looks better in real life. Somehow the cabling looks weird but it is well managed. Actually can't do any better than this.
Air flows nice in there also. 127CFM Panaflo (8 years old still working great) is helping a lot for GPU cooling and moving air to the back.
I have no lighting and stuff since I personally don't like any lighting in my case other than the power light and HD activity light.
It functions better than your rig at least.
Edited by Tunagoblin - 7/20/11 at 10:28am
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It functions better than your rig at least.

That was low
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So as the title states, I'm running Noctua NH-D14, ASUS Rampage 3 black edition, corsair dominator DDR3 ram. Will this clear ok? I read I might have to remove a heat spreader which is fine if I have to but would rather not...

Let me know ASAP if you one of you guys can! This might be a deal breaker for going to water cooling... I'm half on the fence already!
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So as the title states, I'm running Noctua NH-D14, ASUS Rampage 3 black edition, corsair dominator DDR3 ram. Will this clear ok? I read I might have to remove a heat spreader which is fine if I have to but would rather not...

Let me know ASAP if you one of you guys can! This might be a deal breaker for going to water cooling... I'm half on the fence already!
Noctua's RAM compatibility page here (http://www.noctua.at/main.php?show=c...s_id=34&lng=en) says you'll have to remove the heat spreader for proper clearance.
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