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Hi I know I'm not part of the club yet because I need a lga 1155 mounting system. Then I can finally join this club. Can someone hook me up with a lga 1155 mounting system?


I replied to you in another thread
basically go to red flag deals..... hot deals....comp and look up the cooler chat about it tells y what to do.
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Easier to post a link then to type all of that tongue.gif
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Noctua will send you ANY kit you need for free!!!! I emailed all info/receipt scans located in the upgrade kit form to support@noctua.at. They're shipping me an AMD kit Monday smile.gif
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Anybody tried a Pair of NF F-12 PWMs as they move 1500rpm, slightly faster than stock setup?

Thou its probably negligible difference.

Actually I have replaced the stock fans (NF-P12 and NF-P14) with an NF-F12PWM and an NF-A15PWM. Performance is better and at the same time it's even more silent thumb.gif

I used the stock fans onthe case, so no problems of added costs, and I recommend this "mod".
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Actually I have replaced the stock fans (NF-P12 and NF-P14) with an NF-F12PWM and an NF-A15PWM. Performance is better and at the same time it's even more silent thumb.gif

I used the stock fans onthe case, so no problems of added costs, and I recommend this "mod".

i was actually wondering how the hell can i do that...

im tempting myself in buying a f12 and a15 and swap them.... but i just cant figure out on how to adapt them to the nhd14... please enlighten us
     
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i was actually wondering how the hell can i do that...

im tempting myself in buying a f12 and a15 and swap them.... but i just cant figure out on how to adapt them to the nhd14... please enlighten us

a15 has a spacing of holes like a normal 120mm fan so fits perfectly without any problem.





I replaced the fans on 2xNF-A15PWM. tis is a technological marvel, they are quiet even at full speed





Edited by zaodrze244 - 3/31/13 at 5:43am
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a15 has a spacing of holes like a normal 120mm fan so fits perfectly without any problem.



I replaced the fans on 2xNF-A15PWM. tis is a technological marvel, they are quiet even at full speed
Could you mount them turned a quarter turn? So the 140mm is mobo to side cover?

Just curious because some cases don't have enough room for 150mm from RAM to cover. wink.gif
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Those may fit, but standard hole spacing for 120mm fans is 105x105mm.

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post #3228 of 3950
confused.gif Am I missing something?

NF-A15 = 105mm spacing = normal 120mm fan mount spacing.

NF-A14 = 124.5mm spacing = normal 140mm fan mount spacing
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Could you mount them turned a quarter turn? So the 140mm is mobo to side cover?

Just curious because some cases don't have enough room for 150mm from RAM to cover. wink.gif

steel clips will not fit into the fan because it is not symmetric. but if you use something else to install it then it will fit tongue.gif

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confused.gif Am I missing something?

NF-A15 = 105mm spacing = normal 120mm fan mount spacing.

NF-A14 = 124.5mm spacing = normal 140mm fan mount spacing

that's the beauty of it tongue.gif
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steel clips will not fit into the fan because it is not symmetric. but if you use something else to install it then it will fit tongue.gif
that's the beauty of it tongue.gif
So Noctua clips have wire running between mount holes in fan. smile.gif

Thermalright and Phanteks mounts for 120mm fan mount (105mm) have the ends hooking into fan.thumb.gif

Thermalrigth TY-14x fans have very similar look without the brown square cornered bits. No idea what they are there for unless it's so they aren't infringing on TY-14x design. I can say the airflow is different pattern off of flat sides than round sides. wink.gif

Edited by doyll - 3/31/13 at 8:44am
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