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Tracking for the SA shows it will arrive on Saturday so a good comparison will await biggrin.gif

And you got slightly lower temps this weekend...or so the weather people say anyway.biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by solsamurai View Post

And you got slightly lower temps this weekend...or so the weather people say anyway.biggrin.gif

No need for testing in the end. I told my good buddy about my comparison and he immediately wanted the Antec. So I'm just going to make sure it works and won't bother testing it fully. The SA should arrive tomorrow and I'll be returning the Hyper 212 with a faulty fan which i was using in the interim.

I made some major changes to my fan setup and I added a few more of the stock ones.The biggest improvement was for the gpu(s) but the SA should be fine. Pics will posted once she's settled in my rig again. This one comes with the wrench, though two stocks fans only. I'll leave the fans as is biggrin.gif
Edited by wermad - 8/17/12 at 5:04pm
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Can someone show me how they installed the thermalright silver arrow Sb-E? I am having issues installing it, and it involved the fan clips and where you have to put the,.

let me explain first though. I wanted to plays the ty-141 above my memory, and my memory is g.skill 1.25 voltage sniper series memory. I did install in this configuration everyone. But I did not know where to place the vibration pads, so I put them as good as I could have based on reviews.. now this does not change anything, I used the clips and have a hard time getting on end in one hole and the othe rin the other end. I try and set it up, then I go to the other holes and try to set those up, but nope!! the fan has moved so far away from the other install holes!!! I go back to that other one, and try to stretch it and of course every thing comes out and the 141 falls off.... I feel as if even with the instructions i do not know *** i am doing.

So can someone please, show a step by step guild or the orientation in their case if they have the same.. one? I am close to putting the 141 in the back and setting it as pull with the ty-150 as push.this is ridiculous. oh I sworn when I tested the back there were no issues, can someone please help me out?

show installation here, or a video that is good, this is different than the first Silver arrow smile.gif.
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is it me or is there something I am doing wrong? Or may it be the memory, I do not understand how low profile ram would cause such a problem.

http://www.kitguru.net/components/memory/zardon/g-skill-sniper-ddr3-8gb-1600mhz-1-25v-sr2-memory-review/

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231461
post #2315 of 3626
Well, 42mm tall RAM is not "low profile".
low profile is 32mm or shorter. Samsung Green low profile is shorter than RAM clips wink.gif

Putting the fan on the back of cooler so it pulls works fine. thumb.gif
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I see.... should have got ares series ram oh well. This is nothing a memory fan can not fix. I ca stick any type of memory fan, even if it is a corsair version, or should I stick with a g.skill variant.
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You don't need any extra RAM cooling. Setting the cooler fan on top of RAM would make it hotter not cooler. And look at all the great RAM with no extra cooling heatsink or fans.
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You don't need any extra RAM cooling. Setting the cooler fan on top of RAM would make it hotter not cooler. And look at all the great RAM with no extra cooling heatsink or fans.

Yeah I understand, now can anyone answer my question concerning this my situation? I ran into a snag with my cpu socket and will go back to the retailer today.

The case I bought has a 140mm rear exhaust fan, so when installing the silver arrow, I do it from the back correct? but here is the question do I set the TY-141 as push or pull?

I understand if I did it push i'd need the ty-150 pulling the air through the fins where the air is being pushed to and through the other side of the heatsink to the fins and through the fins where the memory is located, is that a good idea? I have a 200mm exhaust fan at the top. or should I just do it the other way?

The ty-150 set to push, and the Ty-141 set to pull? This will have the air being pushed and pulled through only the fin located at the back of the case, and out through 140mm Rear exhaust fan?

I just want this small little advice then it is time to go to microcenter, and get a replacement for my motherboard. Aren't cats nice -.-.


Doyll so someone with low profile ram, putting this above the memory is adding heat and not taking it even if it is set to push, even if the ram sticks are not low profile?
Edited by Ludking - 8/18/12 at 12:52pm
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Point the arrows toward the back of case. Put the frames on fan housing toward the back of case.
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so set the 141 for pull and ty-150 as push? the ty 141 is the one in that has to be moved in the back. you are saying set the ty-140 to pull? I get it I'll have to do it when I get back, something happened to my cpu socket, and I am glad I put insurance on that thing >.>.
Edited by Ludking - 8/18/12 at 1:44pm
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