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id get the D14 its a really great cooler atm iam using 1156 with the cpu at 3.7 @ 1.29v keeps my cpu below the 60's its an amazing cooler and still will be for a long time
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post #22 of 28
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Well I looked up the specs for the FT02 and it said it has clearance for 165mm. So the only one I don't see fitting is the Archon as it has a height of 170mm. I confirmed that with the Silverstone case club with another guy having the same issue.

Edit: Looks like I can get a SA for $80: http://www.google.com/products/catal...wAg#scoring=tp
Edited by Doogiehouser - 3/12/11 at 2:25am
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Well I looked up the specs for the FT02 and it said it has clearance for 165mm. So the only one I don't see fitting is the Archon as it has a height of 170mm. I confirmed that with the Silverstone case club with another guy having the same issue.

Edit: Looks like I can get a SA for $80: http://www.google.com/products/catal...wAg#scoring=tp
Or you can look back in the thread to find the SA for 66.99 deal that a few of us posted
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Or you can look back in the thread to find the SA for 66.99 deal that a few of us posted
Looks like the coupon has expired though.
post #25 of 28
SA for 80-83 (depending on shipping) from Directron, or D14 for 75, what difference is there? Probably 1-3C give or take. Your call for around a $5 difference.
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post #26 of 28
Directron is where I got my silver arrow too. It says 74.99 but it totaled to $83.51 like someone else stated. (California)

I also saw one for 60 bucks somewhere but the shipping was like $20... So it was still 80+ no matter what. Shipping was just to pay for the rest of the product IMO. Damn merchants.
post #27 of 28
Either way, superb coolers. But I'm finding the TY-140 (two of which come with the Silver Arrow) are 3-4 dB quieter than the P14 (comes with the D14). See item 4 in my sig.

For similar prices, I'd go with the SA . . . unless you're a real klutz at installations. Then go with the D14. World's best, most solid and most foolproof installation.
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post #28 of 28
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Either way, superb coolers. But I'm finding the TY-140 (two of which come with the Silver Arrow) are 3-4 dB quieter than the P14 (comes with the D14). See item 4 in my sig.

For similar prices, I'd go with the SA . . . unless you're a real klutz at installations. Then go with the D14. World's best, most solid and most foolproof installation.
Thanks I just ended up going with the SA.
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