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Upon emailing Noctua about getting another set of fan clips I got response.
Awesome! Thanks, I'll have to get in touch with them.
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post #262 of 3950
But Cogage Arrow vs Noctua D14?

I'm thinking about buying one of them.
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post #263 of 3950
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But Cogage Arrow vs Noctua D14?

I'm thinking about buying one of them.
It comes down to a few C in favor of the D14 I think.


But you do get great customer support and a quality product.
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post #264 of 3950
I thought that the arrow won by 1C. I wouldn't trade my Noctua for one though.

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Dear Fons,

thank you for the informations.

We will gladly send you the required fan clips,
which you can expect within 10-14 working days.

For further informations please don´t hesitate to contact me.
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post #265 of 3950
the noctua has a very high quality finish, higher than any high end zalman, tuniq, scythe that i've ever used.

its so good that it'll be very hard to convince me otherwise. i'm not a blind fanboy either just because i have one. i bought one; it was my first Noctua product. The quality is what blew me away. The quietness is the cheery on top. And the temps are the sex.
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post #266 of 3950
I also got a similar reply... my favourite part in bold
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thank you for the screenshot of your invoice.

We will gladly send you today the required clips free of charge,
which you can expect within 10-14 working days.

For further informations please don´t hesitate to contact me.
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post #267 of 3950
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But Cogage Arrow vs Noctua D14?

I'm thinking about buying one of them.
I would just go with the Noctua the mounting system is real easy.
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post #268 of 3950
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Of all the coolers I have tried installing the D14 has been my favorite.
The original Ninja has been the most painful one and I hate the H50 one.
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the d14 was easier than: intel stock pushpin cooler, scythe ninja, Swiftech GTZ water block (debatable, tie), Tuniq Tower. definitely almost as easy as the AMD stock cooler where all you need to do is lock the clips in place and press down the lever. piece of cake.
and that screwdriver will be useful in doing other things also.
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post #270 of 3950
Just ordered 2 New Fans I'm going to see how well my Noctua can really cool.
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