Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by BarbaricSoul, Dec 2, 2013.
you are lucky i was browsing for sale thread
gz for purchase
remove the heatsinks?
not like they get hot enough to need them anyway...
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...
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:
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.
HUGE actually not hugh
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...
mine has the stock fans, but their outsides were painted black. This is it-
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
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?
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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