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post #1932 of 3950
The NH-D14 will work with the RipJawX. I have 16GB installed it does prevent taking RAM DIMM out of slot 1 and 2, but once you have a good stable system there is no need to access them. In my opinion the cooler is the best air option out there. Just check the NH-D14 compatibility reference guide on Noctua's website just to be sure.
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Latecomer...

From this...
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To this...
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Unfortunately, I replaced my RAM from Corsair Vengeance to G.Skill RipJaws X.

My observation : Noctua is kicking under load!!!

Ambient 30°C (I know, it's too hot here in the Philippines)

i7 2600K @ 4.7GHz

Cooler Master V8
Idle = 38°C
Load = 74°C

Noctua NH-D14
Idle = 33°C
Load = 56°C
Edited by ney2x - 10/30/11 at 8:50pm
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I hate you allllll! no not really but my d14 won't be here until after work tomorrow frown.gif
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add me! biggrin.gif I almost forgot to take a pic so I threw it on the bed quick and took one.
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Was considering the D14, but ordered a HR-02 Macho ($50) last night instead because of the $25 savings for comparable performance.

Now this morning I see with Newegg's black November code, the D14 can now be had for $60. Is the heatsink that much better, does this price justify ordering, and reselling the HR-02 Macho when it arrives?
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Love the beast!!
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Originally Posted by Digidem;15530352 
Was considering the D14, but ordered a HR-02 Macho ($50) last night instead because of the $25 savings for comparable performance.

Now this morning I see with Newegg's black November code, the D14 can now be had for $60. Is the heatsink that much better, does this price justify ordering, and reselling the HR-02 Macho when it arrives?

If I were you, I'll just cancel the HR-02 then order the D14.
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Originally Posted by ney2x;15530519 
If I were you, I'll just cancel the HR-02 then order the D14.

Too late to cancel, I would have to resell frown.gif

Really wanted the D14, but at its normal price was def worth saving $25 and going HR-02 Macho. Really tempted to just order it and resell one of the two. Though, I may lose what I saved in the process.
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You can return for a refund once you get it. I installed the D14 last night and my i5-2500k overclocked to 4.9ghz right now doesnt get above 65C and i've been running BOINC at 100% for over 12 hours
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