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I plan on getting another TY-140 on my heatsink. It will essentially be a Silver Arrow. Gotta saw fan so the clips work...
Making my setup even quieter after all this is done.

Yeah they work very well and on PWM control spin down to 650rpm so no noise at all

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I love how TY-xxx work at 650-700rpm. My entire system is TY-xxx fans on PWM now thumb.gif
post #2863 of 3947
In hindsight, I wish I bought a Silver Arrow instead. Would save me a lot of trouble in modifying the TY-140 so it fits...
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hello guys, im new here and i need your help, i just bought noctua d14 for my 2500k and i want to put it upwards but i think the space in front of the cooler is not sufficient. Here is a picture how it is on Z68x-ud4-b3:



There are about 5mm in front of the fan, will it be enough?



Here it is directing backwards but i don`t think this is the optimal position for this case...
post #2865 of 3947
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hello guys, im new here and i need your help, i just bought noctua d14 for my 2500k and i want to put it upwards but i think the space in front of the cooler is not sufficient. Here is a picture how it is on Z68x-ud4-b3: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
There are about 5mm in front of the fan, will it be enough? Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Here it is directing backwards but i don`t think this is the optimal position for this case...
You are much better off directing it backwards! In the vertical position, the GPU almost completely blocks the fan which is a lot worse than it facing towards the back!

If you're really worried about cooling, remove the optical drive panels and put a fan there. If there isn't enough space, attach a fan to the front-top position if your case (if you have one). Works perfectly fine as is though thumb.gif
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You are much better off directing it backwards! In the vertical position, the GPU almost completely blocks the fan which is a lot worse than it facing towards the back!
If you're really worried about cooling, remove the optical drive panels and put a fan there. If there isn't enough space, attach a fan to the front-top position if your case (if you have one). Works perfectly fine as is though thumb.gif

^what he said and a little detail.
The GPU gets hot and if you put it the way you want to put it, the cooler will be fed hot air when you game meaning that it wont be able to cool as good as it is supposed to.
post #2867 of 3947
If you mount it facing up put the fan on the back of the cooler not the front. You need 40mm for it to get a good supply of air.

Or just be normal and run it front to back

I'm normal,honest. Mine is now blowing back .. Really it is. biggrin.gif
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Your second picture is the best way to run it. The first picture will draw in all the hot air off the GPU's PCB, also that rear fan exhaust will remove the hotter air out of the Cooler thumb.gif
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Here it is directing backwards but i don`t think this is the optimal position for this case...

To get the lowest CPU temperature, follow that configuration ^^^^^ In addition, add a fan at the top of the case that will blow cold air down on the CPU cooler. So basically, you will be blowing cold air from the top, down on the cooler, and exhausting out the back. Also, another option that someone already mentioned, place a fan in the drive bay area that is blowing air from the front of the case towards the cooler and then out the back.
    
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To get the lowest CPU temperature, follow that configuration ^^^^^ In addition, add a fan at the top of the case that will blow cold air down on the CPU cooler. So basically, you will be blowing cold air from the top, down on the cooler, and exhausting out the back. Also, another option that someone already mentioned, place a fan in the drive bay area that is blowing air from the front of the case towards the cooler and then out the back.

usually top fans are for exhaust...

i had one 120mm for intake, and a 200mm for exhaust... not getting the best results...

there was a mixture of hot/cold air.... and the hot air was not allowed to go out of the case because of the many intake fans i had... now im using 4 intake fans and 3 exhaust fans.. all with the same rpm (coolermaster sickleflow)
     
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