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H50 or NF-D14 on AMD 1090t

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So some of my new components will be arriving tomorrow I currently have an H50 on my B50 (that sounds like a personal problem to me )

I purchased a much better flowing case than my FANQUA, so now I'm wondering if I should change to a full air setup, and it seems to me the Noctua is the king of the hill in that regards. Obviously this is a folding rig, so I'm asking here.
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If you have the space, the D14.
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The D14 and the Silver Arrow out perform the H50. However, the H50 is still a good cooler.. I wouldn't go through the hassle of selling it and buying another cooler.
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D14 for sure.

If it was between H70 and D14 I would have to think about it a bit more...
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My 1090T is covered with a Noctua and overclocked to 4.0ghz. It doesn't pass 50ºC. Ambient temps are around 19ºC. My i7s are covered with the H70 and under load around 65ºC(i7-2600@4.4ghz) and 80º(i7-870@3.727ghz). So my opinion is that the either the Noctua is awesome or I'm doing it wrong on the H70s. All three computers are running without the side panel.
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The D14 and the Silver Arrow out perform the H50. However, the H50 is still a good cooler.. I wouldn't go through the hassle of selling it and buying another cooler.
Wouldn't be a hassle persay, but I think my "hanging" H50 solution isn't going to happen on this case...however, I think the D14 will fit, and I can literally turn this case into a wind tunnel
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My 1090T is covered with a Noctua and overclocked to 4.0ghz. It doesn't pass 50ºC. Ambient temps are around 19ºC. My i7s are covered with the H70 and under load around 65ºC(i7-2600@4.4ghz) and 80º(i7-870@3.727ghz). So my opinion is that the either the Noctua is awesome or I'm doing it wrong on the H70s. All three computers are running without the side panel.
???

Intel chips are known to hit higher load temps, especially the pre-SB i7's. Comparing them is fairly ridiculous, and by the temps and OC's stated, both coolers are doing fairly well. The H70's should be getting slightly better temps I think.

Regardless, to the OP you should stick with the H50, push/pull fans, and see how you like your temps and noise level on the 1090t @ 4ghz+. The H50 is FINE for that level overclock, so see how it goes before investing further...
 
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Maybe I hang out in the air cooling and intel forums too much. People are always posting 4ghz+ OCs and not hitting 60ºC. My i7-870 was in the 90ºs when I folded on it at 4.0ghz.
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The NH-D14 will outperform the H50 for sure, just make sure you have room for it in your case because it's HUGE.
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Regardless, to the OP you should stick with the H50, push/pull fans, and see how you like your temps and noise level on the 1090t @ 4ghz+. The H50 is FINE for that level overclock, so see how it goes before investing further...
This sounds like good, sound advice...I shall be following!
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