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D-14. a-may-zing
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post #32 of 58
D14 no question about it,maybe the best air cooler when it comes to performance.
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post #33 of 58
Quote:
Originally Posted by Genjimaru View Post
I'm in the H70 club. I can't help but think that over time the D-14 is gonna warp the motherboard.
I suppose one could always erect some scaffolding under and around the D-14 to support it using Mechanno
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post #34 of 58
Quote:
Originally Posted by Genjimaru View Post
I'm in the H70 club. I can't help but think that over time the D-14 is gonna warp the motherboard.
The back plate will prevent this , mobos are pretty sturdy . Although i am running a torture rack i do not have to worry about this, i am extremely happy with the D14 compared to the H70 I just uninstalled a few days ago.
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post #35 of 58
d-14 without a doubt.
post #36 of 58
I can't speak on behalf of the D-14 but I love my H70. It's quiet and very easy to clean. It also leaves plenty of room for RAM with big dirty heat sinks on them. Check my sig for pictures of it installed in my PC. If you mount it in the rear 120mm spot don't expect to get a side case fan in though.
My CPU @4.0Ghz on max load is 42c and that with the fan resistors on.
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post #37 of 58
I cant comment on DH 14 but I do know that I like my H70.

I do not want a heavy weight hanging on my motherboard..
Graphics card is already one..
    
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post #38 of 58
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Thx guys
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post #39 of 58
Didnt you ask the same/similar thing yesterday?..
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If you have the space, there is no choice, there is only the NH-D14
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