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New Gaming Rig case and cooler

http://pcpartpicker.com/user/cordog1836/saved/69wkcf

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haf x or enthroo pro?????

Phanteks tc14pe or Noctua Dh15?

I like haf x and noctua. I am worried about memory clearance on phanteks.
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  1. I like it, but would go for a corsair H100i personally.
  2. They are loud and are not a whole lot better tho.
  3. What about my case question. Also air coolers cool THE components inside the case. Still considering tge seidon
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    Awesome build but may i suggest putting a liquid cooler in there?
    for the looks too :P
  5. corndog1836 said:
    They are loud and are not a whole lot better tho.


    I actually haven't heard that they are loud? Compared to what?

    They are segsy though, and slightly better performers. Noctua DH15 would be my second choice, but the 100i goes on sale for 89$ on amazon regularly.
  6. If you going to spend that much for a cpu cooler go with a H80i. An H100i doesnt fit in the case but the H80i is perfectly sufficient to cool off the cpu since its a thick rad. And either case is fine and should accomadate the cooler you choose they're both pretty big cases
  7. xTempered said:
    If you going to spend that much for a cpu cooler go with a H80i. An H100i doesnt fit in the case but the H80i is perfectly sufficient to cool off the cpu since its a thick rad. And either case is fine and should accomadate the cooler you choose they're both pretty big cases


    I like the air coolers because at some point I am going to do custom loop. I may go with the phanteks instead of the noctua tho. I also like the component cooling from an air cooler.I am still in the reaerch phase tho.
  8. joker50060 said:
    Awesome build but may i suggest putting a liquid cooler in there?
    for the looks too :P

    I want and air cooler first because later I am putting a custom loop in it...
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