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Yes i think you were the one that told me, it looks like alot of people are saying the silver arrow but if it covers RAM slots then :O.

And i might be able to install a Corsair H60 on the back of my case it just means i will have to have only 1 120mm fan on the top inside.

[Edit] Wow didn't expect so many comments in so little time.
Hello mate
Yep, guilty as charged

My Zalman CNPS10X Extreme blocks my first Ram slot! But it doesn't mater as I use slots 2 and 4



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I say some people not all people.
You said it would be out of some people's comfort zone. Please point me to where people are saying that 60C max. on a very heavily over-clocked 2500K at 1.4V is out of their comfort zone.
    
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A Scythe Mugen 2 won't keep a Core i5 2500K OCed to 4.5GHz cool? Really? Most people that have them OC to 4.8-5GHz at 1.4V or 1.39V and get 60C max. when completely stressed.

I'd say that's comfortable for pretty much everyone.
This is my first proper build so its my first time OCing, later on i might cool the CPU this a 240 RAD on the top.
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You said it would be out of some people's comfort zone. Please point me to where people are saying that 60C max. on a very heavily over-clocked 2500K at 1.4V is out of their comfort zone.
I know a few people thinks 60c is too hot for any cpu.
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post #25 of 48
If that Kingston ram you're planning on getting has tall heatsinks the Silver Arrow won't fit unless you use ram like G.Skill ECO's or replace the front TY140 with a 120mm.

It actually covers all 4 slots on the P8P67.
Edited by GeforceGTS - 4/19/11 at 6:54am
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Hello mate
Yep, guilty as charged

My Zalman CNPS10X Extreme blocks my first Ram slot! But it doesn't mater as I use slots 2 and 4
Ah your cooling a i7 2600k @ 4.5ghz with a single fan heatsink, whats your temps?
Edited by Gawdz - 4/19/11 at 6:55am
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I know a few people thinks 60c is too hot for any cpu.
For heavily over-clocked Sandy Bridge? Where? Point me in the right direction.
    
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If that Kingston ram you're planning on getting has tall heatsinks the Silver Arrow won't fit

It actually covers all 4 slots on the P8P67.
The Kingston ram i have isn't even a 1cm tall when its connected to the slots
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For heavily over-clocked Sandy Bridge? Where? Point me in the right direction.
I'm not giving out my friends phone #.
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For heavily over-clocked Sandy Bridge? Where? Point me in the right direction.

The only people who would think 60* is too hot would be AMD builders. Sandy Bridge can heat just like the previous generation of core chips.
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