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  1. Dude's Avatar
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    ThrashZone said: View Post
    Hi,
    I like the be quiet dark rock pro 4 personally but the noctua has higher rpm fans I'm sure
    AIO's never go out at a good or explainable time they just stop working
    Sure the thermal pad work okay.

    Think amazon has prime day in couple weeks too to add insult to injury July 15-16th I believe if you are a prime member I'm not
    Amazon.com | Prime Day 2019
    I am a prime member, but cant wait that long. I got delivery tomorrow so I'm happy with that. I looked at that cooler too, just went with Noctua
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    Hi,
    Proven performer safe bet
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    ThrashZone said: View Post
    Hi,
    Crappy timing but only had a 1 year warranty so I guess anything past that was a bonus

    Hell even the corsair 110 gt only live 30 months but 5 year warranty so it made no difference.
    Guess you can't fit a 280mm rad in your case on the front ?
    Just checked, I can use a 280 rad. Also looks like the Noctua may be 5mm to big for my case. Might have to flex the side panel
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    Hi,
    Yeah at first I had to use the D14 instead D15 because of height issues
    280mm on front works well if it can fit unless you're speaking about the 280mm fitting on top either would be better than another 240mm rad.
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    ThrashZone said: View Post
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    Yeah at first I had to use the D14 instead D15 because of height issues
    280mm on front works well if it can fit unless you're speaking about the 280mm fitting on top either would be better than another 240mm rad.
    Yes, I was talking about up top for my case. Doesn't matter, I already ordered an engine block
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    Yes, I was talking about up top for my case. Doesn't matter, I already ordered an engine block
    Hi,
    Why did you make the thread answered ?
    Thermal pad didn't fail the aio did

    Jury still out on how well thermal pad works instead of paste.
    Air cooler probably a better way to test anyway.
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    ThrashZone said: View Post
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    Why did you make the thread answered ?
    Thermal pad didn't fail the aio did

    Jury still out on how well thermal pad works instead of paste.
    Air cooler probably a better way to test anyway.
    Because I gave an update, lol, I edited the name for you @ThrashZone

    I will just use the Noctua paste for now.
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    New cooler arrived and man it is big. It did fit in my case.

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    Hi,
    Well wasn't much of an update guess we'll just have to see for ourselves

    You bought another aio too.
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    ThrashZone said: View Post
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    Well wasn't much of an update guess we'll just have to see for ourselves

    You bought another aio too.
    No just the air cooler thats the aio that was in it. I put it back in the box
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