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    Default Noctua NH-D14

    The Noctua NH-D14 is an absolute behemoth CPU cooler in just about every facet, particularly in terms of sheer size; it is the largest air cooler we've ever tested. But the question remains: Can this translate into top cooling performance? Let's see if it can take the performance crown against some very tough competition.



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    wow... what a beast! that overhead picture of the motherboard sure puts things into prospective!

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    that's one hellva huge cooler!

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    Everyones missing the point, yes it's huge lol but it's also our new cooling King, and it does this without making much fan noise. Noctua did a fantastic job with the NH-D14 !

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    Nice, mine is coming in tomorrow... Apparently there is 44mm clearance for RAM syncs, hopefully my ripjaws are small enough, guess I'll find out soon

    Glad to hear it is a good as I was hoping for.

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    Esso, your Ripjaws will fit. I have a set of Ripjaws here and they do. Plus, Noctua has published a RAM compatibility list, I've now added it to the review. Here is it, take a look, you'll see the Ripjaws are indeed compatible. And any other RAM modules anyone might have as well:

    http://www.noctua.at/main.php?show=c...products_id=34

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    Nice, thanks for the heads-up & the link!
    One less thing to worry about.

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    Esso, did you get the Domono yet ?

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    Nope, no Domino yet. I haven't checked the tracking info in a while... but I just checked now and apparently that package went to Spring, TX? lol, that does not sound right.

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