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post #171 of 3974
Actually, you might consider a Kaze Maru. Same profile as the P14, but KM2's go up to 1700 rpm and KM's go up to 1900.
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Nuomi are you actually able to close the side panel on the PC-B25F, looks hard on one of the pictures?? Thinking about the same build!
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I received my cooler last night! Thread needs more pics!













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Nice!
Thats the spirit...come on guys more pics!
post #175 of 3974
A couple of things I should note. I tried to get pictures to show clearance for people that have ripjaws or an asrock p55 extreme. If you have the P55 Extreme it does prevent you from using PCIE 2.0-1, so using triple sli is not possible on this board with this cooler. This cooler just barely fits in my armor jr. I had to move the side fan to the outside of the window to make it possible.
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Ok I got my next overkill upgrade planned now:

2 x Delta AFB1212SHE Rev C (190 CFM / 55.5 db(A) / 17.64mm pressure / 15Watts)
1 x Delta FFB1212EH (150 CFM / 56.4 dBA / 17.40 watts / Pressure 12.43 mm)

I like that I do not have to change fan controller with the ones above as opposed to getting the 220CFM ones but then again, I am trying to decide if I want to just go all the way to the 220 monsters.....
post #177 of 3974
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Ok I got my next overkill upgrade planned now:

2 x Delta AFB1212SHE Rev C (190 CFM / 55.5 db(A) / 17.64mm pressure / 15Watts)
1 x Delta FFB1212EH (150 CFM / 56.4 dBA / 17.40 watts / Pressure 12.43 mm)

I like that I do not have to change fan controller with the ones above as opposed to getting the 220CFM ones but then again, I am trying to decide if I want to just go all the way to the 220 monsters.....
if you don't care about dBA than go with the 220s
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Oh yeah I care so that is why I am using a fan controller but now based on the specs...190cfm 55dba vs 220cfm 65dba....maybe by the time I start lowering the voltage the stats are going to be very similar anyway so I am going with the 190 I think.
post #179 of 3974
After adding the Noctua in and a few fan mods in the case I have hit 4.0ghz on air! Yipee

This is after 3 hours of prime 95

Going to swap the front fan on the noctua to 2500rpm delta to see if i can get the temps lower to attempt 4.2Ghz. Will remove the rear exhaust and mount it on the noctua so have 2500rpm in and out and noctua 14 in the middle.

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post #180 of 3974
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Nice job mate...keep going :-)
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