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post #1731 of 3947
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Originally Posted by ehume;14593773 
I just posted the latest installment of Secrets of the D14 - Chapter 4: Very Quiet and Ultra-Quiet Operation. I looked at what you can do with the ULNA's Noctua includes with the D14, along with a whole collection of fans.
Thanks for the heads up,bro!!
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post #1732 of 3947
I have NH-D14 with 2 Be Quiet Silent Wings USC 140mm on it smile.gif It looks better wink.gif , and it's quieter than P12 + P14 or double P14 (checked both variants)
During Linx (AVX) and I5 2500K @ 5GHz with 1.42V I get 80-82 degrees.
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Welcome to our 2 new members...let's go for 200!
post #1734 of 3947
Quote:
Originally Posted by ehume;14568249 
Air goes where you push it. That's what fans are for.

Vertical mounting of a D14 may result in up to a 1c loss of cooling power. Removal of your third fan will result in a 1c loss of cooling power. So the two combined will cause a loss of 1-2c cooling.

Better to remove your case exhaust fan. The pull fan on the D14 is too close, and is interfering with the case exhaust.

Even better: remove your back grill. That will not only allow your D14's exhaust to leave the case freely, but the air driven by the pull fan will entrain case air and act as a case exhaust. See item 2 in my sig for an example of how that works.

I tried all possible options with the fans (minus the cutting of the grill), and all my temps have ranged from 75-77. frown.gif
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Originally Posted by Recipe7;14611213 
I tried all possible options with the fans (minus the cutting of the grill), and all my temps have ranged from 75-77. frown.gif

Sometimes there isn't a whole lot of difference. You are, after all, using one of the very best heatsinks in a very good case. You should be happy that al of your solutions work out so well.

You can now work on finding the quietest setup that keeps you at the 75-77c range.
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thinking about possibly getting this cooler for my first build

will it fit with these components
http://www.corsair.com/cases/carbide-series/carbide-series-400r-mid-tower-case.html

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813131730

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231428

was originally going with these http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820233144 but saw on the site its not compatible



and whats the best thermal compound to use with this and method to apply
post #1737 of 3947
The case is listed as being 8.1 inches wide; yet it has that bulge on the side. I have a 7.9 inch (200mm) case. The D14 fits in it, but the side is flat. I'd be careful about what can fit in there. But if you can put a 120mm or a 140mm fan in the back, a D14 will fit inside.

Buy only low profile RAM. Yes, you can move the push fan up to clear RAM like Ripjaws, but you lose some cooling efficiency - about 0.5c. G.Skill makes fine low profile RAM:

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where can I purchase cpu fan shrouds
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Make em yourself out of fans
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Originally Posted by MACH1NE;14628590 
where can I purchase cpu fan shrouds

If you've got a local computer shop just pick up their cheapest 120mm fans and gut them. That's all a shroud needs to be.
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