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Originally Posted by Cyb3r View Post

vcore is at 1.224 to 1.236 using Kingston Hyperx 1600mhz 8gb set
board is a gigabyte p67A-UD4-B3
Those are very reasonable voltages...your temps should be much much lower. I say they would be in the low 30's.
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post #2512 of 3983
For anyone interested regarding any wobble of the D14 (like on my Sabretooth Z77), I have heard back from Noctua's Technical Support. The rep explained that given the nature of the springs that get tightened, moving the heatsink a bit (aka wobble it) is possible. Not by simply touching, but rather given a bit of force from the hand. Im glad thats normal... im still on vacation an glad that concerns over with.

However I would like to know how my temps are compared to some of you running an i7-3770k @4.5 1.20v or near there. From the little ive spent with the new system ive seen idle @ 32-34c and OCCT full load hotest core is 72-76c other cores are in the mid to high 60's. Ambient Temp was 28c.

Surely thats not spectacular but then without air conditioning on its not bad either ?

Thanyou for your attention.
post #2513 of 3983
yep i thought so aswell ohgourami

i'm trying to figure out what is causing the high temps it's borderline driving me nuts atm
post #2514 of 3983
Hi guys!!

Just joined the club last sunday, and just found some time to share some pictures
3770K
D14
TY-140mm
Sabertooth

First Up Clearance of the D14 with Some Ripjaws Z
Though its stated in the Noctua site that the RIpjaws Z shd fit, probably some might benefit to know how much margin do you really have

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Noctua NH-D14 clearance by tang_yiming, on Flickr

+/- 1cm spacing perhaps?

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Close up by tang_yiming, on Flickr

Here is a side View of the Setup

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Hsf mobo and ram by tang_yiming, on Flickr

And lastly I'm not sure if this has been posted before, however migrating the retention rings over from the Noctua 140mm and 120mm to the TY with some Tuffline 20lb Braided Fishing Line *_* which I shamefully strip from the tackle gear... no hacking or shaving required...

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Thermalright Ty-140 mod by tang_yiming, on Flickr
post #2515 of 3983
Nice presentation Neoro.thumb.gif

Good to see pics of memory clearance.

I used little zip-ties to hold spring clip. Zip-tie head is big enough it won't go through hole and tie is small enough to double back through hole leaving a nice little loop over fan spring clip.
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And lastly I'm not sure if this has been posted before, however migrating the retention rings over from the Noctua 140mm and 120mm to the TY with some Tuffline 20lb Braided Fishing Line *_* which I shamefully strip from the tackle gear... no hacking or shaving required...
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Thermalright Ty-140 mod by tang_yiming, on Flickr

Why didn't you just use the black pegs headscratch.gif
I did!
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post #2517 of 3983
Are they newer RipjawsX? Only that my heatspreaders look somewhat different to those.

Just wondering... in the event of upgrading to a LGA2011 board in the future (or perhaps a different socket if it's used by then) do Noctua provide you with an upgrade kit?
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just wondering if the heatpipes are busted i got the nh-d14 9 months ago but never gotten around to installing it (had reapers before so could forget bout getting the nh-d in)

Even if it was 9months ago it should still be covered by the warranty?
post #2518 of 3983
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Are they newer RipjawsX? Only that my heatspreaders look somewhat different to those.
Just wondering... in the event of upgrading to a LGA2011 board in the future (or perhaps a different socket if it's used by then) do Noctua provide you with an upgrade kit?
Even if it was 9months ago it should still be covered by the warranty?


Yes they do, all you need is proof of purchase, if you get stuck i have a spare Noctua 2011 fitting kit as i ended up buying the 2011 model as i needed it really quick.
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Why didn't you just use the black pegs headscratch.gif
I did!

Yeah I used the original pegs also works fine also I have my from front fan touching the top of my G-skill memory and the TY-140 is central to the heat sink there is no need to have a gap like you have.
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post #2520 of 3983
yes i know i'm still under warranty that's not what i'm worried bout i'm worrying more about if the heatpipe is busted or not not having to rma the cooler would be a big plus if it has to be done well c'est la vie but it would bite since i only got it 3 days running just replaced all my case fans and i'm now idling at 37°c the air in case is around 25°c.... still doesn't make much of sense tbh

nice pics ^^ i'll add a few of mine when i get my sony cybershot running again (current state o battery : dead and no charger yay)
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