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    Hi, any1 knows if I'm foing to have a "space" problem with this combination? Does this stuff fits?

    Asrock z77 extreme4
    Enermax ets-t40-ta
    Corsair CML16GX3M4A1600C9, This is a quad kit so I'm not sure if there is enough space under the cpu cooler.

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    Default Re: z77extreme4+ETS-T40+4 ram modules

    Where will you buy it?
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    where will I buy what, the ram the cooler or the motherboard?
    from the pictures u have posted I think i m gonna have a problem

    not sure about coolermaster hyper 212 evo...
    is it gonna be more comfortable in there or same stuff?

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    Default Re: z77extreme4+ETS-T40+4 ram modules

    I wondered how much Enermax ets-t40-ta costs and see what else is there for same price.
    In my case ~50-60$... so you can buy Scythe Mugen 3 / Ninja 3 , Thermalright HR-02 Macho / True Spirit 120mm, Cooler Master Hyper 412/612 and Prolimatech Megahalems :)

    You should have any problems with Enermax ets-t40-ta and ram. The radiator is above modules, fan can be moved up and fixed in any position with brackets.

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    Default Re: z77extreme4+ETS-T40+4 ram modules

    I m in Munchen now Germany, dont know many hardware stores here
    here are some prices from an online shop

    ETS-T40 32,99
    Scythe Mugen 3 36,99
    Thermalright HR-02 Macho 39,99

    and i have found this one Noctua NH-U9B SE2

    really dont know, the price is getting higher and higher, maybe I should go for this one Corsair Hydro Series H100i
    wont have any problems with space thats for sure :) but is it worth the moneys??

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    Default Re: z77extreme4+ETS-T40+4 ram modules

    A web search using: corsair hydro series h100i review will provide links to many of the better review sites.
    Check the hose length carefully because some might be too short depending on where you want to mount the radiator and fan.
    Most of the best reviews will include information that compares the results of several different cpu coolers.
    Some manufacturer's websites provide a detailed diagram of the dimensions of air coolers and you need to consider how thick the fan is (usually 25 mm) and how it mounts to the cooling fins.
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    Default Re: z77extreme4+ETS-T40+4 ram modules

    well... not doing anything else than looking reviews :)

    from what I found out NH-D14 has the best reviews, its the most quiet, can find it here on 75
    and according to noctua site is fully compatible with the motherboard and with the low profile
    corsair ram.

    Noctua.at - sound-optimised premium components "Designed in Austria"!
    Noctua.at - sound-optimised premium components "Designed in Austria"!

    I know many ppl using watercooling but... I dont feel comfortable with liquid inside my pc xq :)))
    If you guys know something better than this on a better price pls lemme know, strugling to keep
    the price down but... you know how it is :)

    many thanks!

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    Default Re: z77extreme4+ETS-T40+4 ram modules

    sakmc1,
    Noctua NH-U9B SE2 is bad idea... it uses 92mm fan and its not best cost/efficient.

    maybe I should go for this one Corsair Hydro Series H100i
    wont have any problems with space thats for sure :)
    There even more problems :)
    You need PC Case with twin 120mm+120mm mount. Also its better if they are on top of case.
    Unfortunately I don't know your processor (perhaps 3570k or 3770k) and case model.
    If you plan on overclocking to 4.5-5Ghz for 24/7 - H100i is more than enough, even H80 can handle with this. There new H110 and H90 with 140mm fan @alternate.de for €80-110...
    Your weak point will be mobo.

    but is it worth the moneys??
    It has highest price and performance, but its not the best in cost/efficient. Worth it? Only if you need it.



    Alternative to NH-D14 is Thermalright Archon or SilverArrow.

    is fully compatible with the motherboard and with the low profile corsair ram.
    There no problems with your ram and coolers...
    Even at the lower Zalman CNPS10X Performa i can use original 4xDDR3 modules if move 120mm fan up and fix with standard bracket.
    Remember? http://www.overclockers.ua/cooler/en...ets-t40-tb.jpg
    Kingston Hyperx is "Original" 32mm module with huge (and useless) radiator, your ram is lower than the green pcb on those hyperx modules...


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    planing to use the corsair vengeance c70, think it has plenty of space for air and watercooling...
    gonna use the 3570k and yes I plan to overclock,so are you saying to me I should go for the H100i or something similar?

    "Your weak point will be mobo" why? :)))
    open to new opininions, just before we continue... this built was suposed to be around 800 euros max, I m around 1000 now and going up :)))

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    Default Re: z77extreme4+ETS-T40+4 ram modules

    Quote Originally Posted by sakmc1 View Post
    gonna use the 3570k and yes I plan to overclock,so are you saying to me I should go for the H100i or something similar?
    I think you need to buy something cheaper, if you plan ~4.5Ghz for 24/7.
    When I talked to people about water cooling, they are usually advised Corsair or Antec models.
    If you need quite system - buy "huge" cooler and don't use hi OC, more performance and "less quiet" (2-4 fans and pump) - "Ready to use" Liquid Cooling like those Corsair or something similar.
    If you need performance and quiet - custom water cooling system from kits.
    There few active users on this forum with Corsair H80. They ignore thread, but you can try to ask them. I really recommend you to ask them if you want to buy H80-H100.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sakmc1 View Post
    "Your weak point will be mobo" why? :)))
    I'm not sure that ex4 (doubled 4+2 Power Phase) will work 24/7 for a few years with 5Ghz OC...

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