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post #3641 of 3974
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Originally Posted by taem View Post

I've got ty 143s in push-pull on the D14, the 4 intake fans are NF-P14s or NF-A14FLXs. Not the best fans but I don't think they're bad fans? 2 P14 exhausts.

You are running about the best fans you can get.

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post #3642 of 3974
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We want the divider to separate the top CPU part of case from the bottom GPU part... from motherboard to side cover and from back of case to front.

So it's more or less complete airflow isolation and you need separate air flow paths in each chamber? Easy enough in the bottom half for gpu, but how do I do intakes in the upper half? Upper half would be getting only half of the upper front fan. I suppose I could bend the divider so the bottom front fan feeds the lower half and the upper front fan feeds the top half. But would a single 140mm fan be enough for D14?
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post #3643 of 3974
If I remember right the R4 top front fan is split in half so is still supplying upper compartment. Us the front top fan for a second fan.
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Hey guys I was wondering if someone could point me in the right direction for a fan with a metal bracket that will attach to the Noctua D14 cooler. I am looking to add a 3rd fan to really move some more air. Any suggestions?

Noctua is the best I made a personal record today on my I7 870 at 4.2 HT


Edited by danycyo - 12/23/13 at 1:53am
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Hey guys I was wondering if someone could point me in the right direction for a fan with a metal bracket that will attach to the Noctua D14 cooler. I am looking to add a 3rd fan to really move some more air. Any suggestions?
Not understanding. What do you mean by 'metal bracket'? Do you mean fan clips?
post #3646 of 3974
Yea I wanted to add 1 more fan to the Noctua D14 heatsink and I was looking for suggestions for a fan that will move alot of air and still be relatively quite just like the stock Noctua fans are now. I meant to say clip not bracket any suggestions?
post #3647 of 3974
Best is another fan like on cooler now. Contact Noctua customer service. They are very good and will probably send you some fan clips.

Some have replaced stock fans with more powerful fans but that increases noise. TY-143 fans are very good and quiet up to about 1200rpm.. but are quite loud at 2500rpm.
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NICE!!! Thanks I was looking to stick with the Noctua's because of how well they perform. I will see what they can do for me.
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Just got this cooler, anybody know if it's capable of handling a 3770K at 4.6ghz? Are there any reviews or articles of some sort that benchmark this cooler?
post #3650 of 3974
New member of the club here! My build isn't totally complete yet but the cooler fits well and is whisper quiet even without the lower rpm adaptors.

One issue I had with install was when I placed the cooler on the cpu and attempted to screw it on the spring loaded screws wouldn't catch. I had to abandon the first attempt and clean the paste off. I googled the problem and saw a post or two mentioning that the install seems harder the first time but gets easier once you've done it. I thought maybe the spring coils were maybe a bit tight so i just gently worked the screw up and down a few times with my fingers to see how much pressure was needed. When I gave it a second try it was a lot easier but still took a little bit of fiddling before I could catch both screws. I can imagine it'll be even easier next time which hopefully won't be for a while.
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