and it just fits in the NZXT Beta Evo (pic of case with the top off showing side panel clearance).
If the Evo looks odd it's because I removed the repositioned the drive cage.
So this cooler whoops the Zalman. You can find my Zalman thread here...http://www.overclock.net/air-cooling/893086-upgrade-time-need-advice.html#post11702388
The best I could manage from the Zalman was 42C under load at 3.7GHz. The Armageddon is running dual Yate Loon D14SH-12's and pulls in a very nice 41C with the fans at about 75%, 39C 100%.
The Evo comes up short some room at the top of the case. I had to remove both 140mm top mounted fans. The one I was using as intake for the cooler was replaced with a 120mm. There just isn't enough room on the top of this case for those fan clips and 140mm fans.
I have the case "split" into two sections. The front 120mm fan is still intake but the side has been turned to be an exhaust. As you can see my 5870 is using non OEM cooler from Sapphire so it does heat up the case. The rear case fan has been removed completely so my cooler is acting as exhaust with the top mounted 120mm as intake.
If I have one complaint it would have to be the lack of AMD support from Prolimatech. The AMD kit consisted of a backplate, a mounting frame for the center bar and the center bar. The backplate is the exact same thing that comes OEM on AMD boards and the center bar is included in the Intel mounting hardware. The only unique item is the mounting frame for the center bar and there is no reason they couldn't have just included it for this units retail price (considering it doesn't include a fan by default).
I'm still playing with fans and such but so far it was a good investment.