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post #851 of 3950
Ok I'm hooking my d-14 up now, and my question(s) is...do you run the fan wires underneath the pipes or overtop of the fan itself? I was thinking of moving the fan mounts so the wires would go right overtop the cpu plug, but it looks to be quite a hassle.
Also, the splitter they give you for the fan control, does it matter which fan gets plugged into the one with just yellow and black?
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because i'm having trouble pluging the 4+4 pin header and can't plug into mobo fan slot and once i can't screw it in cuz i thought i aligned it wrong.

but with 1.43v reach max temp of 70C with noctua and avg temp of 66 across all cores is that normal? because my ambient is very low, like 17-19C

on another note how do you setup push pull, i think i might up did it wrong i have both fans blowing in the same direction that is toward my back exhaust fan
What is a 4+4 header?

Both fans should point in the same direction, toward the back of the case.

Every time you remove the heatsink you should clean off both surfaces and reapply the TIM.
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What is a 4+4 header?

Both fans should point in the same direction, toward the back of the case.

Every time you remove the heatsink you should clean off both surfaces and reapply the TIM.
4+4pin connector for the mobo is located near close by cpu socket, i'm kind of lazy to reapply TIM

i'm getting max of 27 at idle load of mid 30s @ stock, and load of 62-63 ish when OCing to 4.8.
Ambient about 17C

will i see like a 5c drop if i reapply TIM?
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4+4pin connector for the mobo is located near close by cpu socket, i'm kind of lazy to reapply TIM

i'm getting max of 27 at idle load of mid 30s @ stock, and load of 62-63 ish when OCing to 4.8.
Ambient about 17C

will i see like a 5c drop if i reapply TIM?
Reusing TIM invites bubles, which will impair heat transfer. OTOH, with your temps at 4.8GHz, it clearly is not an important consideration.

You're just more proof that we are at the End of the Golden Age of Air Cooling.
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Count me in :] I've had my NH-D14 for awhile now and its absolutely fantastic. I replaced my Corsair H50 with it and I don't regret it. My NH-D14 cools far better than my old Corsair did H50. Keeps my X 980 24c at idle and 50c at load :]

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Hey guys what's the best way to clean this beast? My D14 is getting a bit too dusty and compressed air isn't really cutting it. Would it be okay to just submerge it in water and add some bleach?
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Hey guys what's the best way to clean this beast? My D14 is getting a bit too dusty and compressed air isn't really cutting it. Would it be okay to just submerge it in water and add some bleach?
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Air still wont always do it, a water jet/spray of some type would work better for the actual heatsink (still use air for the fans) just as long as you make sure its completely dry before you reinstall it....
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can someone please help me figure this out. I recently installed the nh-d14 hoping to overclock my core i7 920 with do stepping to 4ghz, but when i run it in prime95 it shoots to 97c. I have a few questions first can my default vcore be to high. 2 what is the default vcore supposed to be , and could my cpu be bad? my room temp is 68f and my case is the k62 dragonlord and i used the noctua thermalpaste please help i don't know what to do. thank you
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