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post #3151 of 3947
Wow :-/ now i'm worry... i need to do the test of temps because the case turns very, VERY hot

Do you believe that that heat issue is for the Motherboard?

In that case the better option is change the MOBO?
post #3152 of 3947
No I'm not saying the heat issue is from the MoBo. The heat comes from the CPU, BUT if you stress the MoBo with that CPU you're gonna have a very toasty motherboard (you're gonna burn the MoBo).
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Hello everyone got a good deal on a D14 Really good $45 nothing used but missing the AMD hardware to mount it if anymone has it in the Ottawa
area .I would pay for it if your not using it.
or any mounting ideas?
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Hello everyone got a good deal on a D14 Really good $45 nothing used but missing the AMD hardware to mount it if anymone has it in the Ottawa
area .I would pay for it if your not using it.
or any mounting ideas?

email Noctua customer support, i was missing 2 screws from my kit when i got the cooler, and they sent them out the next day.
you may have to pay postage, but Noctua`s customer service is amazing. thumb.gif
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Good idea catalyst.

Only problem is I don't think Noctua have a AMD mounting kit available. When I need one over a year ago they didn't have any and they only list the
NM-A90 Upgrade-Kit for NH-U12P SE2 and NH-U9B SE2 CPU coolers makes it possible to install the heatsink turned by 90° on socket AM2/AM2+/AM3 AMD motherboards.

They do have the
NM-I3 SecuFirm2™ Mounting-Kit makes Noctua CPU coolers compatible with Intel's LGA1156/1155 & LGA1366 sockets for Core i5 and Core i7 processors.

And the
NM-I2011 SecuFirm2™ Mounting-Kit makes Noctua CPU coolers compatible with Intel's LGA2011 socket for Core i7 39xx/38xx processors.
post #3156 of 3947
I just bought the cooler (PWM version) new and of course it does not come with the AMD kit.

Just contact them via their website and tell them you'are putting it on an AMD board. As long as you have a steel backing plate on your board the kit they send is free and it takes 10-14 days. They will send a backing plate too if you need one.

It works great.
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I might have a small problem with my NH-D14. After upgrading the CPU and installing the i7-3770k on my Asus P67 Deluxe I noticed that fan brackets are pressing against my sound card. I moved the fan a little bit but it is still pressing. Are there any other fan brackets available? I noticed some people recommend using Prolimatech brackets.
post #3158 of 3947
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I might have a small problem with my NH-D14. After upgrading the CPU and installing the i7-3770k on my Asus P67 Deluxe I noticed that fan brackets are pressing against my sound card. I moved the fan a little bit but it is still pressing. Are there any other fan brackets available? I noticed some people recommend using Prolimatech brackets.

Cover that back of the PCB of the sound card with electrical tape. If you turn on your system while the metal brackets and the PCB touching, it will short the card and possibly the motherboard and with the motherboard, everything else connected to it. Happened to me before actually.
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I might have a small problem with my NH-D14. After upgrading the CPU and installing the i7-3770k on my Asus P67 Deluxe I noticed that fan brackets are pressing against my sound card. I moved the fan a little bit but it is still pressing. Are there any other fan brackets available? I noticed some people recommend using Prolimatech brackets.
I've used a plastic sheet like cut a piece of a plastic folder / binder the size of sound card and slip it between cooler and card. I like it better than electrical tape because it just slides in with no glue.. Electrical tape doesn't always stay stuck and leaves a gooey mess if it doesn't
post #3160 of 3947
I have this cooler on my fx8120 and i overclocked to 4.5 but my temps are going to high, would changing the fans make a difference or should i just get a better cooler? the voltage is 4.5 on the vcore... heats up within 2 mins it hits 61c... i really am not bothered about fan noise by the way
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