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Finished! It's not perfect but it's way better than before, did some basic cable management the 8 pin didn't pass tru the hole so i had no choice to put it on the side like that. Temps a good a 38 35 40 37.
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Cool!!
I did the same for the 8pin as well, but it irritated me to see that wire running across from my CM912 window
So I got an extender and manage to route it behind the motherboard smile.gif
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Looks nice.

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This kind of thing will tech you not to fall for hype. It took me time to learn my lesson, but my third set of RAM was low profile. I advise all never to get anything but that.

When I was assembling my daughter's rig in a Lian Li PC-7FN the 4x2 CPU plug would not fit through the hole. And this is with a fully modular psu so I could manipulate the plug every which way. So I took the top of the case off. THAT gave me the room I needed.

The top of my Beta Evo comes off. Lord knows how many times I've had that off. Things just fit better when you have full access. I'd be surprised if the top of your case does not come off. So next time you're messing around with your rig . . .

And of course we all mess with our rigs. Sometimes I take mine apart just to take it apart. It's just fun.

I'm not really sure what you're trying to say... But i dont regret my ram and i didn't brought it for the "hype" i brought it for overclocking headroom, and yea the top of my case come off but it wouldn't be of any help for the 8 pin, what i would need is a extension.

@neoro yeah gonna need a 8pin extender too, but for now it's fine i had enough difficulty for today to close the back panel without doing any zip-tying because i couldn't find them, and still manage to close it without have a curved panel. tongue.gif
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Finished! It's not perfect but it's way better than before, did some basic cable management the 8 pin didn't pass tru the hole so i had no choice to put it on the side like that. Temps a good a 38 35 40 37. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Nice smile.gif
One question only.
Why are you keeping the central P14 fan so low. I wouldn't worry about the mainboard's chipset cooling, I have a very similar motherboard and there's non need for that.
The cpu cooling however will improve with the central fan properly centered IMHO. wink.gif
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I was hearing a strange tik like a clock, i watched carefully and i saw that the middle fan didn't spin because of a cable that was underneath the fan blocking the way, it's kinda tough replugging the fan into the y without taking the big heat sink apart but now it spin and it's also higher.
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Nice smile.gif
One question only.
Why are you keeping the central P14 fan so low. I wouldn't worry about the mainboard's chipset cooling, I have a very similar motherboard and there's non need for that.
The cpu cooling however will improve with the central fan properly centered IMHO. wink.gif

This is a fairly common practice with the NH-D14, and it only provides minimal airflow, but I have found it necessary because this massive tower cooler blocks a great deal of air movement to the VRM area. I have also made changes to case fans having high rpm exhaust fans to help move the air.

I believe EHUME is referring to the height of you ram sticks being very close to not fitting, but as seen they work. As well with the CM690 with all panels removed, and top fans removed, you then get a fair amount of working room to finagle the 8 pin power through the rear access of MB hole.

Other than that for a long time i figured it was not possible to remove the 140 or 120 fan without removal of case exhaust fans but it is with a good pair of needle nose pliers, with just the fans removed it is a hole hell of a lot easier to plug fans in to splitters, or even fan headers that are normally blocked.
Edited by ryan w - 6/14/12 at 10:53am
 
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A few pics of my NH-D14 working hard to keep my old Q9550 cold
I have chosen to use 2 x NF-F12 PWM as fans and moved the 140mm to the rear of the case.
Will change the 2 x 120mm if/when Noctua launches a 140mm PWM fan. (other options are under consideration :-)

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This is a fairly common practice with the NH-D14, and it only provides minimal airflow, but I have found it necessary because this massive tower cooler blocks a great deal of air movement to the VRM area. I have also made changes to case fans having high rpm exhaust fans to help move the air.
I believe EHUME is referring to the height of you ram sticks being very close to not fitting, but as seen they work. As well with the CM690 with all panels removed, and top fans removed, you then get a fair amount of working room to finagle the 8 pin power through the rear access of MB hole.
Other than that for a long time i figured it was not possible to remove the 140 or 120 fan without removal of case exhaust fans but it is with a good pair of needle nose pliers, with just the fans removed it is a hole hell of a lot easier to plug fans in to splitters, or even fan headers that are normally blocked.

I had to remove the hyper 212 with a pair of pilers for holding the bolt because when i was unscrewing the spring loaded screw the bolt was turning underneath plus other one on the back plate too, it's so fun to work with garage tool to remove an heat sink, especially when it's near the vrm.

Also, removing the top fan/panel just for putting the 8 pin, i prefer to buy a extender and route it where it supposed to go.
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A few pics of my NH-D14 working hard to keep my old Q9550 cold
I have chosen to use 2 x NF-F12 PWM as fans and moved the 140mm to the rear of the case.
Will change the 2 x 120mm if/when Noctua launches a 140mm PWM fan. (other options are under consideration :-) Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Very nice! But there is one thing that bother me, it's the carbon fiber thing i would prefer you case without it, but we all have different taste i guess! Nice work.
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The carbon fibre is there with a purpose. I am trying to guide the air flow. I am yet to actually measure if there is a temp difference or not. In other words the CF is not there to look good... however I do like the look of CF.... :-)
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I thought it was for hiding cables tongue.gif
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I also agree, the CF does look funny biggrin.gif. Also, why is the fan on D14 so high up? On the last picture you can see it's way above the fins confused.gif
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