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Question for NH-D14 users

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by BarbaricSoul, Dec 2, 2013.

  1. ne6togadno

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    hah
    you are lucky i was browsing for sale thread :)
    gz for purchase
     
  2. vega22

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    remove the heatsinks?

    not like they get hot enough to need them anyway...
     
  3. night.fox

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    yeah but he will void warranty....

    Thats the good thing about G.Skill memories.... they have removable top heat sinks..... I dont have them yet but planning to order one. I like there lifetime warranty and their support.... I sent email asking something, they reply right away...
     
  4. vega22

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    and taking a hacksaw to the heatsink wont void its at all xD

    at least with the ram sinks you can put them back on, hard modding a d14 is a pretty drastic solution even by my standards :lol:
     
  5. BarbaricSoul

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    My NH-D14 arrived today, and HOLY SHIT, THIS THING IS HUGE!!!! I mean, I've seen big tower heatsinks before, but DAMN, THIS THING IS HUGE!!!!!!!! I was expecting about twice the size of my A50, but no, it's considerably bigger than two Corsair A50s'.

    Oh, did I mention? THIS THING IS HUGE!!!!

    For anyone that has never seen one of these things, like me before receiving this one, each side is literally equal to the size of a 3 1/2 inch SSD.
     
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  6. night.fox

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    HUGE actually not hugh :p

    I like my NH D14... actually I accidentally ordered the SE version, but good thing about is all you need is 115x kit... it cost 5 bucks..... got the PWM fans I enjoyed this HUGE cooler.... and it is the quietest fan I have ever used...

    downside is of course color... buy hey, it doest a really good job... :clap::clap::clap:

    [​IMG]
     
  7. BarbaricSoul

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    fixed that :oops:

    mine has the stock fans, but their outsides were painted black. This is it-
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    Can't wait to get this loud ass H60 out of my tower. Just got to finish this week's assignments for college, then Christmas break starts and I can do a full take-down cleaning of my system and install my new heatsink and SSD
     
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    oh youre the guy who bought the D14 in the FS thread? You wont regret it its a very quiet fans.... that guy in the FS actually give me an idea... I could paint any color I wanted.... how about pink? :roll:

    planning to spray paint neon green or red depending on my next build... I will take that huge cooler for my next build as I will use my current rig as my normal day to day computer needs.
     

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