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Meh. 120mm exhaust fan = full tower cooler, with 120mm fan in front. If you want a 140mm fan in front, you need more clearance.

In every situation, if you don't want to slide up your front fan -- even if it is 120mm -- get low profile RAM.
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post #3762 of 3950
Does the heatpipes for this cooler contains some fluid or something
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Does the heatpipes for this cooler contains some fluid or something

Yep.
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Dear all Noctua NH-D14 owners,

I have a problem, and I'm looking for a solution tongue.gif. I purchased the Corsair SP120s, which I'm super excited about. Was wondering if anyone had a good way to mount them onto the Noctua heatsink. It doesn't have to look too pretty, but that would be a bonus.

Thank you!
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Dear all Noctua NH-D14 owners,

I have a problem, and I'm looking for a solution tongue.gif. I purchased the Corsair SP120s, which I'm super excited about. Was wondering if anyone had a good way to mount them onto the Noctua heatsink. It doesn't have to look too pretty, but that would be a bonus.

Thank you!

Sorry, why would you replace the Noctua fans with ones that are inferior and louder? You will loose cooling capcity.
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Yep.
What kind of fluid sir?
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Will it do you any good to know? I am not sure anyone knows for sure what they use for this cooler.
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What kind of fluid sir?

Can't be water in any case. Inside the core of the pipe it is a gas and on the outside of the pipe it's a liquid. The place where it touches something hot, it gets turned into vapor and gets pushed into the core area, and that process causes the rest of the fluid that's colder to flow towards that hot place, and some sort of cycle develops naturally. The pipe is also under pressure and that pressure is what's keeping it liquid in the outside areas of the pipe. If you want to look inside, it won't come out as a liquid.
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Can't be water in any case. Inside the core of the pipe it is a gas and on the outside of the pipe it's a liquid. The place where it touches something hot, it gets turned into vapor and gets pushed into the core area, and that process causes the rest of the fluid that's colder to flow towards that hot place, and some sort of cycle develops naturally. The pipe is also under pressure and that pressure is what's keeping it liquid in the outside areas of the pipe. If you want to look inside, it won't come out as a liquid.
I see. Too bad, I was planning on cutting some millimeters on the heatpipes for it to fit the Corsair obsidian 250D.
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I see. Too bad, I was planning on cutting some millimeters on the heatpipes for it to fit the Corsair obsidian 250D.

Yep, sorry you can't do that.
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