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Noctua NH-D14 user review

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i just wanted to hear what people results where with this cooler. plz list you system specs
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post #2 of 20
It's a great honking ugly behemoth. I need to reset mine though and will shortly. Specs are down there. You would be better off googling a review on it though.
post #3 of 20
Its a thing of the past now. Get Thermalright Archon or Silver Arrow or wait for Noctua's next D-Series cooler, which will take a couple of months.
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i have one and it is a great cooler ! more than a great cooler if you can'T buy it and if you have enough room in your case
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post #5 of 20
Quote:
Originally Posted by AFQ View Post
Its a thing of the past now. Get Thermalright Archon or Silver Arrow or wait for Noctua's next D-Series cooler, which will take a couple of months.
Yeah the next D cooler from Noctua is a 120mm version.
post #6 of 20
I have the D-14 on my sig rig my temps are 69C under prime/ibt/linx load that to me is impressive. you can see me specs below
post #7 of 20
the best air cooler on the market at the moment.
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post #8 of 20
My D-14 has been doing good for quite a while, not sure of exact temps as I'm at work right now.
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post #9 of 20
Just recently picked up a NH-D14 for my new SB build ( system specs below ). Right now I'm running 4.4mhz at about 56C full load. I love it. Rather quiet also. The size is a little intimidating, but as long as it fits in your case its great.
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post #10 of 20
Folding at 49-50 degrees C at 4.3 right now... will increase my overclock when my bigadv unit finishes. Love it. Quiet too. Watercooling level of noise with high end air level of performance. More with louder fans I would guess. Bigger is better.
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