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Glad it all worked out for you.thumb.gif
Good looking rig. too. thumb.gif
Sorry for the downer but looks like me like your case feet are too short. You need 40-50mm bottom clearance for bottom fans to get reasonable airflow. wink.gif

Yep, and while the case alone might not have that, it sits under my window on a ~25mm thick rack. Used to be the keyboard tray to my desk, before I modded' it slightly. It's all perforated though, so it definitely helps the bottom fan biggrin.gif
    
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Yep, and while the case alone might not have that, it sits under my window on a ~25mm thick rack. Used to be the keyboard tray to my desk, before I modded' it slightly. It's all perforated though, so it definitely helps the bottom fan biggrin.gif
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Went from this....





To this....





And it's working out great. As you can see I used my old fans instead of the stock fans because I get better temps out of them. The SA Sb-e was behind the 120 Copper by a few degrees until I switched the fans, now the SA SB-e outperforms it by about 2c at load. Not a lot but it does make me feel better knowing it's staying a little cooler running a FX-8120 at 4.7Ghz.
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Went from this.... Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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And it's working out great. As you can see I used my old fans instead of the stock fans because I get better temps out of them. The SA Sb-e was behind the 120 Copper by a few degrees until I switched the fans, now the SA SB-e outperforms it by about 2c at load. Not a lot but it does make me feel better knowing it's staying a little cooler running a FX-8120 at 4.7Ghz.

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And it's working out great. As you can see I used my old fans instead of the stock fans because I get better temps out of them. The SA Sb-e was behind the 120 Copper by a few degrees until I switched the fans, now the SA SB-e outperforms it by about 2c at load. Not a lot but it does make me feel better knowing it's staying a little cooler running a FX-8120 at 4.7Ghz.
I think SA SB-E is starving for air... Looks like your intake fan is only about 25mm from GPU and you need something in the 70+mm range. Keep in mind almost all intake air has to come from front and top. Area of intake needs to be at least as large as area of fan. wink.gif
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No... it's hard to tell in that pic but I moved the card to the second pciex16 slot, it has more than 3.5inches of clearance. It gets good airflow, the other fans are just better.


Edited by motherpuncher - 9/19/12 at 4:53am
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Hey Doyll, I'm curious since you know a ton about these heatsinks. Do you reckon a TC14PE would hang onto Nidec AP30 fans? They are 120mm, but they -do- work on the SA/SASBE.
    
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No... it's hard to tell in that pic but I moved the card to the second pciex16 slot, it has more than 3.5inches of clearance. It gets good airflow, the other fans are just better.
My bad. I could tell where GPU was in first pic and couldn't see the difference in second. rolleyes.gif
What are the other fans?
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Hey Doyll, I'm curious since you know a ton about these heatsinks. Do you reckon a TC14PE would hang onto Nidec AP30 fans? They are 120mm, but they -do- work on the SA/SASBE.
I really don't know that much. redface.gif
I'm just good at flaunting what little I do know so you think I know more. wink.gif
I haven't been able to put enough heat into TC14 to know what it's potential is. Using stock, TY-140 and TY-143 which all have similar airflow and static pressure at same rpm all seems the same. Above 1100-1200rpm to max 2500rpm of TY-143 I see no temp difference.

You have some pics or a link to some of Nidec AP30? Of course thickness of fan needs to fit between towers. 120mm mount pattern would be same. Mounting flanges would need to be open so you could insert the pins for spring clips to hook into.
Edited by doyll - 9/19/12 at 10:53am
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I really don't know that much. redface.gif
I'm just good at flaunting what little I do know so you think I know more. wink.gif
I haven't been able to put enough heat into TC14 to know what it's potential is. Using stock, TY-140 and TY-143 which all have similar airflow and static pressure at same rpm all seems the same. Above 1100-1200rpm to max 2500rpm of TY-143 I see no temp difference.
You have some pics or a link to some of Nidec AP30? Of course thickness of fan needs to fit between towers. 120mm mount pattern would be same. Mounting flanges would need to be open so you could insert the pins for spring clips to hook into.

They are almost open, as far as the mounting goes. I could fix that easily with a dremel, the slight overhang on them would just barely prevent the push pins for the TC14 clips from inserting.

LOL, whilst looking for a picture of the layout to show it well, I came across this. From our own ehume


With a little bit of dremeling, it can be done :O... *ponders*

Edit: as for fitting between the towers, they do fit on the D14 apparently, so they should fit the TC14. I probably can't put enough heat into it to notice any huge difference either, lol. Standard 120 as far as thickness, but you do have to be careful of the tiny bit of excess on the blades I'd reckon.
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Model Number:

D1225C12B9AP-30

Fan Speed:

4250 RPM

Noise:

44.0dBA

Airflow:

116.5 CFM

Rated Voltage:

DC12V

Rated Current:

0.56A

Dimensions:

120x120x25mm

Connectors:

4-Pin w/ RPM line

Bearing Type:

Double Ball Bearings

MTBF:

100,000 h / 35°C or 60,000 h / 60°C

Currently have two of them sitting here, pulled off of my H80. They have a ridiculous amount of pressure- and are loud as all hell. PWM modded mine to take care of some of the noise, hah biggrin.gif
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