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If I replace my G.Skill RAM modules with the Samsung Low Profile RAM modules, will I be able to install my fans in a push/push config with the two fans levelling each other? My setup now is in pull/pull because I have a 25mm side panel fan installed.
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All depends. How much room you have between your G.Skill ram and your side cover fan? How tall is your G.Skill ram? How tall is Samsung Low Profile RAM? Add the difference Samsung and G.Skill to how much room you have now and if that number is the same or bigger than your fan is the fan will fit.

My guess is it will be a very close fit.
Case spec it 160mm CPU clearance and CPU is about 8mm above mobo so about 168mm total. 140mm fan + 19mm RAM = 159. RipJawsX are 40mm
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All depends. How much room you have between your G.Skill ram and your side cover fan? How tall is your G.Skill ram? How tall is Samsung Low Profile RAM? Add the difference Samsung and G.Skill to how much room you have now and if that number is the same or bigger than your fan is the fan will fit.

My guess is it will be a very close fit.
Case spec it 160mm CPU clearance and CPU is about 8mm above mobo so about 168mm total. 140mm fan + 19mm RAM = 159. RipJawsX are 40mm

Well, that's without the side panel fan width into the computation, right? Add another 25mm (side panel fan width) to the 159mm and it wouldn't fit 168mm, is this correct?
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Well, that's without the side panel fan width into the computation, right? Add another 25mm (side panel fan width) to the 159mm and it wouldn't fit 168mm, is this correct?
Well I don't know. Is Cooler Master clearance measurement made with a fan on side cover or without a fan on side cover? I've told you everything I can:
*Samsung ram is 19mm tall
*RipJawsX ram is 40mm tall
*CPU clearance is 160mm
*CPU to motherboard is 8mm
*140mm fan is 140mm
You could contact Cooler Master or you can measure it yourself. You have the case. You have the cooler fan. Set it on your RAM and set the side cover on it and see how much too tall it is. Another way would be to use a straight-edge on case with side cover off and fan measure how close fan is to straight-edge. This is the distance cooler fan will be from side of case Lay side cover upside down on table. Put straight-edge over the fan and measure the distance from table to straight-edge. This is the distance the fan sets in from side of case. If this distance is greater than the cooler fan to straight-edge it won't fit. If this distance is less than it will.
post #2885 of 3860
Hi guys.. im currently using hyper 212+ on my i5 2550k@4.5Ghz 1.296v... After stressing with intel burn test for 10 loop at maximum stress lvl, my temp went around 83C (hottest core). Currently in my country (malaysia) the thermalright sb-e extreme has just been introduced with promotion price (around USD78). Wonder is it a worth upgrade? How low can the temp drop after installing this monster? Casiing size n memory clearance not really the issues as im running my system naked.. LOL
post #2886 of 3860
http://www.maximumpc.com/article/[primary-term]/thermalright_silver_arrow_sb-e_review claims that sb-e was outperformed by hyper 212 evo, which i found kinda ridiculous. can someone please clarify the statement claimed by the site reviewer?
Edited by xiong91 - 1/22/13 at 9:24pm
post #2887 of 3860
ive just installed one in my case,

its a squeez,

and i cant fit a fan over my ram so its in pull/pull config?

also the middle fans pushes against the side window.

the backplate was also a mare, i had to bend the rear mobo cutout up so it would fit behind it.

apart from that its in and running. biggrin.gif
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[URL=http://www.maximumpc.com/article/[primary-term]/thermalright_silver_arrow_sb-e_review]This site[/URL] claims that sb-e was outperformed by hyper 212 evo, which i found kinda ridiculous. can someone please clarify the statement claimed by the site reviewer?

SA kills the 212. End of story. Plus the link is dead, lol.
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post #2889 of 3860
anyone went from a Custom WC loop to a SA Extreme ? ( i know, usually it's the other way around, but i'm tired of custom wc loops on my cases and the AIO really don't seems a worthy investment, since i'm not really a silent freak smile.gif

I would like to know what you think of the SA-E and if it does good for OC.
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anyone went from a Custom WC loop to a SA Extreme ? ( i know, usually it's the other way around, but i'm tired of custom wc loops on my cases and the AIO really don't seems a worthy investment, since i'm not really a silent freak smile.gif

I would like to know what you think of the SA-E and if it does good for OC.

it keeps me under 55c when folding at 4.6ghz on my 2600k edit i have the silver arrow sbe not the one with 2500rpm fans
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