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Originally Posted by micfild View Post

hi! compare to my p8z77-v deluxe, i think the first pci-e is gonna be unusabe (in my case the fisrt is just a pci 1x)
, and for the memory, it's about 3cm heigh max ( low profile )
sorry.

But in case when I'll install that fan on the left side of the radiator ? In this picture I can see that all memory slots are fully unlocked and I don't have to be worried about RAM height.
http://images.tweaktown.com/content/4/6/4676_33_thermalright_silver_arrow_sb_e_cpu_cooler_review_full.jpg
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Originally Posted by Elohim View Post

IF you want to be sure, get the Phanteks 14PE or the Noctua D14, they will both fit according to Noctuas compatibility list.
http://www.noctua.at/main.php?show=compatibility_gen&products_id=34&lng=de.

I know about that but both of them lock my RAM.
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Originally Posted by cracker2697 View Post

But in case when I'll install that fan on the left side of the radiator ? In this picture I can see that all memory slots are fully unlocked and I don't have to be worried about RAM height.
http://images.tweaktown.com/content/4/6/4676_33_thermalright_silver_arrow_sb_e_cpu_cooler_review_full.jpg
I know about that but both of them lock my RAM.
Ive got the corsair venegeance ram and I had to remove the heatsink for it to fit. That picture you posted , the cooler is on with the fans going from top to bottom , the norm is left to right . it all depends on the case I have the Silverstone Raven Rv-03 and the air flow goes from bottom to top so the fan did get in the way .
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Originally Posted by Himo5 View Post

What is really needed is some kind of PSU-powered PWM chain block on a piece of stripboard that can be velcro'ed somewhere out of the way - say between the rear extractor fan and the PCI array - like this mock-up:



A F2F PWM cable transmits the PWN and RPM signals only between the Blue 4-pin terminal and the motherboard connector; the Reference fan plugs into the UV.Green 4-pin terminal and supplies the RPM reading for the chain; up to 5 other 4-pin fans can be plugged into the chain and duplicate the Reference fan, with the 6th fan (plugging into the White terminal) having its RPM transmitted from the White 2-pin terminal so that it can be connected to another fan header and have its actual RPM tested independently.

The whole block is powered through a cable connecting the Red 2-pin terminal to the yellow/black terminals of a molex connector from the PSU so that the motherboard only has to supply the PWM signal itself and no longer needs to restrict the wattage being used. An extra power cable can be added to connect the red 2-pin terminal to red/black terminals of a molex to run the chain at 5 volts /half speed instead.



The time has come to chivvy all these motherboard manufacturers who keep piling the PWM connectors onto their boards to include a PWM chain with the I/O panel.
Woow thanks Himo5 thumb.gif another type of PWM controlled fan. Add rep for you mate wink.gif

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Originally Posted by cracker2697 View Post

Hello. I'm going to buy Thermalright Silver Arrow SB-E Extreme for my i7 2600K CPU. It'll be working on ASUS P8Z77 WS board. I've got dual ASUS GTX 570 DirectCU II working in SLI mode. I wanted to know if the 1st PCIE slot would be able to use. Moreover I've got 4 Corsair Vengeance memory sticks. How about this cooler and my current system ?
You can't use first PCIExpress x16 slot that closest to the CPU/RAM, fortunately my mainboard use PCIExpress x16 starting at the second line so TR SA SB-E Extreme fits perfectly.
I can use all DIMM slot's but I can't use fan infront of HSF instead I use it at the middle HSF and rear HSF. If you wanna use first fan infront of HSF then you need to use Low Profile RAM.

@doylle, it works mate biggrin.gif I use 3 male for 3fans PWM-Y cable but only use 2 fans on it and plugged into CPU Fan 4pin PWM socket, unfortunately I cannot use header on SystemFan1/2 with 4pin because it will use 100% fan power, weird, but with the fan straight plugged into SystemFan1/2 they can be controlled via BIOS (50%, 60%,70%,80%,90%, Disabled)
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But in case when I'll install that fan on the left side of the radiator ? In this picture I can see that all memory slots are fully unlocked and I don't have to be worried about RAM height.
http://images.tweaktown.com/content/4/6/4676_33_thermalright_silver_arrow_sb_e_cpu_cooler_review_full.jpg
I know about that but both of them lock my RAM.
Ive got the corsair venegeance ram and I had to remove the heatsink for it to fit. That picture you posted , the cooler is on with the fans going from top to bottom , the norm is left to right . it all depends on the case I have the Silverstone Raven Rv-03 and the air flow goes from bottom to top so the fan did get in the way .
Take a good look at the picture. The I/O panel is the back of the mobo.. behind cooler.. and PCI slots on bottom.. below cooler. Cooler is mounted normal with fans middle and back instead of front and middle. Blowing left to right?? Normally I see fans blowing front to back.. right to left.. I think they got the back fan pushing into cooler and the middle fan pushing back.. pushing against each other. wink.gif
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I think this picture below is a configuration of pull - pull (right to left), I use the opposite way which is push - push on my open rig because air flow is no problem wether right to left or left to right biggrin.gif
TR SA SB-E by TweakTown
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It may be. Middle fan is definitely blowing back. Back fan top left I thought might be the motor mount brace.. but it might be reflexion on fin. smile.gif
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Which would you prefer?

SB-E, SB- extreme, or this Phanteks PH-TC14PE.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=ENE&DEPA=0&Order=BESTMATCH&N=100006648&isNodeId=1&Description=phanteks&x=-748&y=-112


I have a Thermalright silver arrow SB-E, maybe I can update the fans to ty-143's? does not matter hear phanteks heatsink is better, but the fans need to be replaced with SB-E or extreme fans, to do so, so over all would it make sense to stick with the cooler I have? If I were looking to buy another cooler would it be fine to just grab a phanteks or another silver arrow?

I also have to take orientation into account if extreme or SB-E will block pcie slots or not on mobo's.
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SA SB-E Extreme or PH-TC14PE

SA SB-E and PH-TC14PE are so close in cooling it doesn't really matter. Same goes for NH-D14, Alpenfohn-K2 (DeepCool Assassin), HE01 and several others. Fans are the biggest difference and even that is not much.. unless you use 2500rpm fans instead of 12-1300rpm fans. biggrin.gif

Phanteks has new fans in their kits now.. At least some are their new fans. Check your supplier to see which fans are on theirs. The new fans are 1300rpm so should cool same as Silver Arrow SB-E
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so I can keep the SB-E and use TY-143's? I probably will grab phanteks to check it out anyway, it needs ty-143 or 140/150 to be better than Sb-e or extreme.
Edited by ManOfC - 2/24/13 at 1:23pm
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post #3000 of 3848
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Originally Posted by ManOfC View Post

Which would you prefer?

SB-E, SB- extreme, or this Phanteks PH-TC14PE.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=ENE&DEPA=0&Order=BESTMATCH&N=100006648&isNodeId=1&Description=phanteks&x=-748&y=-112


I have a Thermalright silver arrow SB-E, maybe I can update the fans to ty-143's? does not matter hear phanteks heatsink is better, but the fans need to be replaced with SB-E or extreme fans, to do so, so over all would it make sense to stick with the cooler I have? If I were looking to buy another cooler would it be fine to just grab a phanteks or another silver arrow?

I also have to take orientation into account if extreme or SB-E will block pcie slots or not on mobo's.

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SA SB-E Extreme or PH-TC14PE

SA SB-E and PH-TC14PE are so close in cooling it doesn't really matter. Same goes for NH-D14, Alpenfohn-K2 (DeepCool Assassin), HE01 and several others. Fans are the biggest difference and even that is not much.. unless you use 2500rpm fans instead of 12-1300rpm fans. biggrin.gif

Phanteks has new fans in their kits now.. At least some are their new fans. Check your supplier to see which fans are on theirs. The new fans are 1300rpm so should cool same as Silver Arrow SB-E

Yep, not enough difference between the two to matter temp wise IMO. Fan noise is different and that will matter to some. I own nearly every TR fan and a couple Phanteks and prefer the noise characteristic of the TR fans. Only certain ASUS boards are effected with blocked PCI x1 slots. I'll be using the SB-E on my Intel build coming up in a couple weeks and will see how that fairs vs the SA with blocking any slots. thumb.gif
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