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Looks great wermad! thumb.gif

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Thanks, but that wasn't what I was asking for smile.gif
    
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Soon I will be joining in this club smile.gif I hope biggrin.gif I like Thermalright's product thumb.gif
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@wermad nice build, and nice paint job smile.gif

i'm just asking myself: wouldnt the third TY-140 as a case fan at the back be better? did you try a few scenarios?
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@wermad nice build, and nice paint job smile.gif
i'm just asking myself: wouldnt the third TY-140 as a case fan at the back be better? did you try a few scenarios?

I haven't messed with the SA since I've been dealing the the Caymans frown.gif. I'm getting rid of the amd cards and I'm going to rma my mb just make sure its not contributing to the issue. Temps have been great so far and I'll play around with the 3rd fan to see how it does installed on the case.
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These things concave on the base? I'm getting terrible temps/TIM spread on my 3770k...

Will probably lap mine tomorrow or something when I get some sandpaper in.
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Soon I will be joining in this club smile.gif I hope biggrin.gif I like Thermalright's product thumb.gif

Yay! Pics when done! thumb.gif
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Thanks, but that wasn't what I was asking for smile.gif

Look closely....
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Q: What is the maximum clearance for CPU coolers on Shinobi and Shinobi Window?
Shinobi Window maximum CPU cooler height = 165mm
Shinobi maximum CPU cooler height = 167mm

Now go to the OP and compare the height of the SA/SB-E to these numbers. I in fact did answer your question. thumb.gif
Edited by solsamurai - 8/5/12 at 2:25pm
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Look closely....
Now go to the OP and compare the height of the SA/SB-E to these numbers. I in fact did answer your question. thumb.gif

I'm well aware of that page the page you linked. I do have at least enough common sense and initiative to find out about my own case specs wink.gif
There's a whole backstory involved here that I'm simply not going to go into regarding stated case clearance specs and coolers above those specs fitting regardless.

I asked for an actual measurement of an installed Silver Arrow from motherboard to the top of the cooler or fan, whichever was tallest and whether those fans could be flush. That was all.

Anyhoo... Like I said, I'll be picking up a K2, so let's forget about it eh? Cheers thumb.gif
    
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I'm well aware of that page the page you linked. I do have at least enough common sense and initiative to find out about my own case specs wink.gif
There's a whole backstory involved here that I'm simply not going to go into regarding stated case clearance specs and coolers above those specs fitting regardless.
I asked for an actual measurement of an installed Silver Arrow from motherboard to the top of the cooler or fan, whichever was tallest and whether those fans could be flush. That was all.
Anyhoo... Like I said, I'll be picking up a K2, so let's forget about it eh? Cheers thumb.gif

This is hard to say as there are subtle differences of where the cpu socket is on the mb as well as in relation to the nearest slot (and type). The specs can give you an idea of depth to determine if it will fit your case in terms of the width of the case. But any other dimension it really comes down to your mb. Tbh, if you're going to consider a large cooler like the SA/SA-sbe/NhD-14/Phanteks/Assassin, you should start with a large case (whether medium or full tower) with ample spacing. If you plan to shove this into a small case, then consider something slightly smaller. I'm sure this last bit of advise is too late, but something to keep in mind cheers.gif.

edit: just some food for thought: ever wonder why the cpu cut out on the mb tray on cases rarely lines up nicely with the back of the cpu socket? Again, its subtle differences on the mb socket position. SolSamurai has been very helpful, especially since this is my first air cooled build. So I welcome his knowledge thumb.gif
Edited by wermad - 8/5/12 at 5:35pm
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