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I might get a noctua cooler as a gift soon Lil
feels like betraying my favorite brand :/
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Superbiiz has the IB-E in stock now, $80 for standard, $90 for extreme. http://www.superbiiz.com/detail.php?name=FAN-AR-IB&similar=257 It's a good vendor, always had good experience with them.

I'm so tempted to get this, but I wonder if I can justify the purchase. I use a D14 with TY 143 fans, 4670k @ 4.6 idles in low 20s, games at around 50c, h264 encoding in the 60s. H264 encoding is the most cpu intensive activity I do on this pc. These are perfectly acceptable temps, and even if IB-E might get me better temps, do I really need that?

Still, I want it biggrin.gif just to have it. I think it looks a lot better than the D14.
Intersting that Superbizz got it and still nansgaming don't have it, since they seem to be the distributor.... Noctua should be coming out soon with the D14 refresh though, probably may, im waiting to see who takes the crown.
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Intersting that Superbizz got it and still nansgaming don't have it, since they seem to be the distributor.... Noctua should be coming out soon with the D14 refresh though, probably may, im waiting to see who takes the crown.

Even if the D14 refresh heatsink design is superior to the IB-E, the TY 143 fans will most likely put the IB-E Extreme on top. High performance fans are contra Noctuas philosophy so I doubt we'll see anything similar from them. And I don't know that the TY 141 is beatable either at 1300rpm and below by any fan Noctua could make. I expect the new D14 and the IB-E standard to perform about the same.
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Don't know if you've seen it but here is another review Silver Arrow IB-E being the winner. I think it's fair to say the SA IB-E Extreme is 4-8c better than SA IB-E. SA SB-E Extreme is about that better than SA SB-E. And remember, if we run the Extreme at same rpm as standard cooler is is just as quiet. It's only above 1300rpm that it becomes progressively louder. wink.gif
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Don't know if you've seen it but here is another review Silver Arrow IB-E being the winner. I think it's fair to say the SA IB-E Extreme is 4-8c better than SA IB-E. SA SB-E Extreme is about that better than SA SB-E. And remember, if we run the Extreme at same rpm as standard cooler is is just as quiet. It's only above 1300rpm that it becomes progressively louder. wink.gif
http://translate.google.com/translate?langpair=auto|en&u=http%3A%2F%2Fawardfabrik.de%2Fguenstiges-trio%2F

Does that mean, the original SA could be about 10 degrees better than stock if fitted with those ty-143s??

That is awesome then!!!

How I wish I could grab those ty-143s locally!!!
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Originally Posted by doyll View Post

Don't know if you've seen it but here is another review Silver Arrow IB-E being the winner. I think it's fair to say the SA IB-E Extreme is 4-8c better than SA IB-E. SA SB-E Extreme is about that better than SA SB-E. And remember, if we run the Extreme at same rpm as standard cooler is is just as quiet. It's only above 1300rpm that it becomes progressively louder. wink.gif
http://translate.google.com/translate?langpair=auto|en&u=http%3A%2F%2Fawardfabrik.de%2Fguenstiges-trio%2F

Does that mean, the original SA could be about 10 degrees better than stock if fitted with those ty-143s??

That is awesome then!!!

How I wish I could grab those ty-143s locally!!!
doh.gif Where / how in the name of all that is .. whatever.. do you come up with 10 degrees?! ?! buttkick.gif
I say 4-8c and somehow you come up with 10c! Again! buttkick.gif
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Silver Arrow SB-E is / was sold in three flavors:
  • Silver Arrow SB-E comes with TY-150 & TY-141 fans
  • Silver Arrow SB-E SE had TY-145 fans
  • Silver Arrow SB-E Extreme with TY-143 fans

Reviews show little difference in cooling between the first two. But the third is 4-8c better depending on what review you read.
Edited by doyll - 3/31/14 at 8:34am
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doh.gif Where / how in the name of all that is .. whatever.. do you come up with 10 degrees?! ?! buttkick.gif
I say 4-8c and somehow you come up with 10c! Again! buttkick.gif
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Silver Arrow SB-E is / was sold in three flavors:
  • Silver Arrow SB-E comes with TY-150 & TY-141 fans
  • Silver Arrow SB-E SE had TY-145 fans
  • Silver Arrow SB-E Extreme with TY-143 fans

Reviews show little difference in cooling between the first two. But the third is 4-8c better depending on what review you read.

Ohh, my bad.. Sorry you misunderstood the phrase "about 10 degrees"..😂

That is an estimation. As like you've said, depends on what Or who reviewed the situation..

But the point is, there should be a massive improvement..☺

By the way, lapped my SA.. And urrrgh!

There was a massive lump in the center transverse to the heatpipes..

Will update once done.. 😃
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Ohh, my bad.. Sorry you misunderstood the phrase "about 10 degrees"..😂

That is an estimation. As like you've said, depends on what Or who reviewed the situation..

But the point is, there should be a massive improvement..☺

By the way, lapped my SA.. And urrrgh!

There was a massive lump in the center transverse to the heatpipes..

Will update once done.. 😃
Glad you understood my attempt at humor. thumb.gif
10c is an "exaggeration" of my "estimation." Good example of how rumors change what really happened. biggrin.gif
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Hello I have the i5 2500k and I am thinking of upgrading my cooler to the silver arrow sb-e xtreme
So I searched and I found that there only 1 left where I live
should I buy it now or do you think that ivy bridge xtreme will cool the same.if not better than the sb-e xtreme?
I'm asking cause ivy could be more optimized for 3rd gen cpu's and give worse thermal results to me .
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Originally Posted by Kozanitis96 View Post

Hello I have the i5 2500k and I am thinking of upgrading my cooler to the silver arrow sb-e xtreme
So I searched and I found that there only 1 left where I live
should I buy it now or do you think that ivy bridge xtreme will cool the same.if not better than the sb-e xtreme?
I'm asking cause ivy could be more optimized for 3rd gen cpu's and give worse thermal results to me .

SA IB-e is offset for the first PCI-e slot , that's the biggest difference
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