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    News - Noctua shows off range-topping NH-D14 CPU cooler

    High-end solution features a six heatpipe, dual radiator design that promises "a perfect balance of performance and quietness".
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    Re: News - Noctua shows off range-topping NH-D14 CPU cooler

    they forgot to say "immense dimensions".
    I'm sure it works a treat, but when you combine that with a 5970, you'll have to sit in another room.
    You've seen 2001 ?
    Society's to blame,
    Or possibly Atari.

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    Re: News - Noctua shows off range-topping NH-D14 CPU cooler

    Nice!

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    Re: News - Noctua shows off range-topping NH-D14 CPU cooler

    I'll give someone a tenner if they dare use this with Intel push pins

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    Re: News - Noctua shows off range-topping NH-D14 CPU cooler

    Society's to blame,
    Or possibly Atari.

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    Re: News - Noctua shows off range-topping NH-D14 CPU cooler

    A bit too expensive IMO though... That's stepping into water cooling price territory no?

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    Re: News - Noctua shows off range-topping NH-D14 CPU cooler

    Quote Originally Posted by Ulti View Post
    A bit too expensive IMO though... That's stepping into water cooling price territory no?
    where are you shopping?

    A decent WC setup will set you back £200 minimum

    And if you're not going to have a decent setup, there's no point in having a setup...
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    Re: News - Noctua shows off range-topping NH-D14 CPU cooler

    Quote Originally Posted by TAKTAK View Post
    where are you shopping?

    A decent WC setup will set you back £200 minimum

    And if you're not going to have a decent setup, there's no point in having a setup...
    A Corsair H50 may not be the best solution but it's cheaper and possibly better?

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    Re: News - Noctua shows off range-topping NH-D14 CPU cooler

    I wasn't taking about a "decent" watercooling setup, was talking about stuff like the H50.

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    Re: News - Noctua shows off range-topping NH-D14 CPU cooler

    Which isn't that much better if any than a TRUE / megahalems

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    Re: News - Noctua shows off range-topping NH-D14 CPU cooler

    You know, if you took an H50 and stuck the radiator to the top of the waterblock you would be looking at a cooler with roughly the same height as this beast.

    Given the volume, weight and price of modern heatpipe coolers pre-filled water coolers could become more viable in the future (assuming they're built properly) rather than just being a novelty.

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