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post #3851 of 3889 (permalink) Old 03-09-2019, 05:07 AM - Thread Starter
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Hello, its possible to fit noctuas NF-A14 fans with the included moutings? I know that this moutings are designed for 120mm mounting holes, but I want to know if is possible to change the shape the necessary to fit two NF-A14 since they give better airflow (83CFM vs 74CFM) and almost same noise level (24db -25db)
It would require some major modifications to fan clips to fit NF-A14's bigger mounting hole spacing. I I'm using TY-147A fans (Thermalright) on my R1. I haven't doe it but am told PH-F140HP_II fans (Phanteks) will also fit with existing mounts.
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Quote: Originally Posted by alecuba16 View Post
Hello, its possible to fit noctuas NF-A14 fans with the included moutings? I know that this moutings are designed for 120mm mounting holes, but I want to know if is possible to change the shape the necessary to fit two NF-A14 since they give better airflow (83CFM vs 74CFM) and almost same noise level (24db -25db)
Bear in mind that it is only higher CFM at max speed, and that is only because it has a higher max speed. Do you plan to run the fans at max speed at all times? Yeah....I didn't think so.

That said, the Noctua is distinctly a smoother sounding fan. But, there are smoother sounding fans that will offer better performance at like noise and rpm levels such as the be quiet Silent Wings 3, Phanteks F140HP II (which has the same mounting as the XF140 so no tweaking the brackets) and even the NF-A15 would be a better choice since it is a 1200rpm NF-A14 that actually fits your application.

Simply looking at published specs will be very misleading, as they will only tell you what the fan may or not be (some of the published specs are ridiculously overrated compared to independent tests) capable of with absolutely no restriction at full speed. This is obviously not your intended use for the fan. You would be far better looking at reviews from the likes of Thermalbench that will give you actual information on how fans perform in your intended usage as below.


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A bit over the top, but Thermalright has several 153x141x26.5mm round-ish fans with 105mm mounting holes in use.
TY-14013R (red/blk) PWM (13mm thick)
TY-140 discontinued (grey/tan) 600-1300rpm PWM
TY-147 discontinued (blk/wte) 600-1300rpm PWM
TY-147A (blk/wte) 300-1300rpm PWM
TY-147B (blk/wte) 300-1300rpm slotted shroud PWM

TY-141 discontinued 600-1300rpm ball bearing PWM
TY-141SV (grn/tan) 300-1300rpm PWM

TY-143 (red/org) 600-2500rpm ball bearing PWM
TY-143B (red/org) 600-1800rpm FDB PWM
TY-140 Plus (blk/blk) 600-1500rpm sleeve bearing PWM
TY-140 Black 300-1300rpm PWM

TY-142 (blk/blk) 800rpm 3-pin
Even a 120mm version
TY-127 (blk/wte) 300-1300rpm slotted shroud PWM

Sadly most are only available on coolers.

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Since we are getting close to Computex 2019 starting, I decided to take a look and see if I could find anymore information about Cryorig Frostbit and found a pre-release German review here: http://game2gether.de/os_hardware/cr...t-test-review/

The gist is a ~30 euro 25W passive cooler that provides a significant cooling advantage to the NAND flash in minimal airflow environments. Hopefully we will get more information and tests from other outlets eventually.
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post #3855 of 3889 (permalink) Old 05-21-2019, 04:57 PM
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Hello !

Anyone of you guys know how to contact to oficcial representative of CRYORIG company?
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Anyone of you guys know how to contact to oficcial representative of CRYORIG company?
Have you tried their contact page?

http://www.cryorig.com/contact_us.php
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What Gilles3000 posted.
But now is worst time of year to be trying to contact anyone in computer industry. Computex 2019 is happening and they are all involved there.

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Just bought his little baby off PCCG;

https://www.pccasegear.com/products/...low-cpu-cooler

It shall, hopefully keep my 2400G cool on a B450M Steel Legend (stupid name) motherboard.
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I have normal C7 on my HTPC and like it. Only thing I did was change fan to pull air up through cooler, then it flows away. Problem I've found with these low profile down-flow cooler is air goes down through cooler, hits mobo and turns out, hits GPU, RAM and turns up along side of cooler and fan and is then drawn back into fan .. meaning cooler is re-using it's own heated air. Link below show what I mean.
https://www.overclock.net/forum/22323763-post9.html

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Quote: Originally Posted by doyll View Post
Problem I've found with these low profile down-flow cooler is air goes down through cooler, hits mobo and turns out, hits GPU, RAM and turns up along side of cooler and fan and is then drawn back into fan .. meaning cooler is re-using it's own heated air. Link below show what I mean.
https://www.overclock.net/forum/22323763-post9.html
Was worried about that occurring here so I had bought two Noctua A12x25-FLX fans, to blow in fresh air from down below the case opening (Silverstone Fortress FT03).

Hopefully the air circulates around the C7 and extracts it upwards and out of the case altogether. Don't have a Video Card installed, thanks to the 2400G gear.

Looks like my C7 is Full Copper, weighs far more than some of my Thermalright's made some years ago. Something so small in size, yet can possibly cave a man's head in - easily.

Just don't like the look of all Black everywhere, would be nice to spot some real copper colour as a reminder of what is sitting on top of the Cpu. They call it 'Graphene' colour yet I've got several real Graphene pads to use with this cooler. Just love using it, never need to ever waste time with awful, sticky pastes again.


In fact I swapped out the first Graphene pad I used with my 1800X Ryzen and shall be re-using it with the 2400G. It was already cut perfectly to size here.

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