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post #3711 of 3947
Looks great and works well, I would guess. Great idea! A tip of the tattered fedora to you, kyosak.
post #3712 of 3947
Proud to join the club! smile.gif

Replaced my old Xigmatek loki with the NH-D14 and i'm really impressed.

CPU: i5 2500K @ 4.3GHz (1.280 voltage)
Case: HAF X
Temp: 16 °C

Loki idle



NH-D14 idle




loki load: Max temp 75



NH-D14 load: Max temp 57!




Like it a lot....!!thumb.gif
Edited by zantetheo - 3/21/14 at 3:03pm
post #3713 of 3947
Hi guys:
just one small question about socket 2011 and D14
intel on its documents says that the max weight of heatsink on Intel socket 2011 must be 600 grams, but D14 with 2 fan installed weight about 1.2 Kg!
ie: Page 38 table 5-3 in this document:
http://www.intel.com/content/dam/www/public/us/en/documents/design-guides/core-i7-lga-2011-guide.pdf

is there any report of damage to the socket or motherboard or cpu due to use of D14 on socket 2011? is there any concern about this?
(mine is Asus Rampage 4 extreme)

thanks.
post #3714 of 3947
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Originally Posted by blackfox2526 View Post

Hi guys:
just one small question about socket 2011 and D14
intel on its documents says that the max weight of heatsink on Intel socket 2011 must be 600 grams, but D14 with 2 fan installed weight about 1.2 Kg!
ie: Page 38 table 5-3 in this document:
http://www.intel.com/content/dam/www/public/us/en/documents/design-guides/core-i7-lga-2011-guide.pdf

is there any report of damage to the socket or motherboard or cpu due to use of D14 on socket 2011? is there any concern about this?
(mine is Asus Rampage 4 extreme)

thanks.
I have never heard of cooler damaging CPU or socket... unless doing something stupid like knocking it off of desk, falling down the stairs, in the trunk when bus rams you from behind. biggrin.gif
post #3715 of 3947
Quote:
Originally Posted by blackfox2526 View Post

Hi guys:
just one small question about socket 2011 and D14
intel on its documents says that the max weight of heatsink on Intel socket 2011 must be 600 grams, but D14 with 2 fan installed weight about 1.2 Kg!
ie: Page 38 table 5-3 in this document:
http://www.intel.com/content/dam/www/public/us/en/documents/design-guides/core-i7-lga-2011-guide.pdf

is there any report of damage to the socket or motherboard or cpu due to use of D14 on socket 2011? is there any concern about this?
(mine is Asus Rampage 4 extreme)

thanks.

Probably in reference to a cooler without a reinforcing back-plate, like the stock cooler. I think the important text is:

"From Table 5-3, the Dynamic Compressive Load of 132 lbf maximum allows for designs
that exceed 600 gm as long as the mathematical product does not exceed 132 lbf. The
Total Static Compressive Load (Table 5-3) should also be considered in dynamic
assessments."

the back-plate makes the difference.
post #3716 of 3947
Quote:
Originally Posted by GeneO View Post

Probably in reference to a cooler without a reinforcing back-plate, like the stock cooler. I think the important text is:

"From Table 5-3, the Dynamic Compressive Load of 132 lbf maximum allows for designs
that exceed 600 gm as long as the mathematical product does not exceed 132 lbf. The
Total Static Compressive Load (Table 5-3) should also be considered in dynamic
assessments."

the back-plate makes the difference.

Thanks for reply mate, you are right.
the back-plate make all the different but:
as you know on early version of rampage 4, Asus used the Intel standard ILM which is look like this: (FOXCONN Design)

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as you can see Intel's ILM has a rather small back-plate and i think in that design the front nuts can't handle that kind of weight and probably bend in time.
also in that design the metal that support the nuts is not thick enough (IMO) .
but after a while Asus change the design of the ILM so the new versions (like Black edition) has a different ILM and Back-plate which look like this:




So the new versions has a large and IMO better back-plate and i think it could handle the weight of the D14 but the Intel old ILM design ( Which mine is one of them) probably can't !
why there is two version of the ILM and why Asus change the back-plate and go with a larger and more sturdy one?
post #3717 of 3947
People still used the NH-D14 with the normal LGA2011 socket design and I've never seen anyone mention anything about problems.
post #3718 of 3947
So what would be a good air cooler for a earlier lga 2011 board that is not too heavy?
    
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post #3719 of 3947
If you want to stay in the specifications you mentioned, there is no strong cooler like that. Even a 120mm sized cooler will be too heavy if you count its fan. I just checked Thermalright's website, and amongst their products, their small stuff like True Spirit 120M is 625g, Macho 120 is 688g while their 140mm stuff has weights like 1100g for example. The Noctua NH-U12S is 755g. A Prolimatech Megahalems (it's 120mm) is 790g without fan.

So overall, it seems unbelievable that you really can't put more than those 600g on the normal socket. The strong air coolers are all heavier than that.

There's also a whole bunch of boards with the design in Noctua's NH-D14 SE2011 compatibility list:

http://noctua.at/main.php?show=compatibility_gen&products_id=41&lng=en
post #3720 of 3947
Looking for answers on this, because I'm curious if it's a fault in my particular cooler, or if it's by design.

Is this normal? Not my videos. Ran into them on Youtube, but I can replicate it with my U12s.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KNm_l4xbOk4

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F-VlWZaYyrM
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