TR New Monster, Silver-Arrow SB-E in da house

1pagebook

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Well This one should be the first show up here in the USA forum (I am not sure) but who cares? The most important thing is I bring this in front of you guys to share..

Bench reesults will be later on. Pictures first,
well I know I got bad skill for taking photos, so if you need any more angle for this cooler, please let me know.:)

The retail box
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inside the package
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Ty-150 on the left and ty140 on the right
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The all new mounting tool set
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all angles shots
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what a mirror surface ...
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1pagebook

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By far this one should be the king...



Test bed:
Intel I7-3960x 6c/12t enable
Asus Rampage IV extreme bios 1201
VGA: AMD Radeon 7970
Memory : Samsung DDR2400(OC from 1333 HCH9) 1.65v C9-11-11-28
PSU :Corsair AX1200W
BIOS fan speed controller set at (1200RPM)

temp. monitor software: Real Temp GT 3.7

testing software:

hyper pi 32m "16" threads
futuremark 3d vantage
futuremark 3d11
ambient temp. 16c

** in the middle running of Hyper pi 32m 16 threads

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took the screen from camera:

hyperpi32m16pmc.jpg


completed:

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now 3D full loaded:

3d vantage

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add on 3d11:

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lsv

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What chip are you benching with? Also drool.

Edit - that TY-150 it comes with, what are the mounting holes on it? 120mm? 140mm?
 
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1pagebook

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What chip are you benching with? Also drool.

Edit - that TY-150 it comes with, what are the mounting holes on it? 120mm? 140mm?


3960x;)

hole to hole is 12cm..and also 10cm.. for another position
so it's not equally square to all size
 
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RussianSensation

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You know it ain't an amateur review when you see a "wolf in sheep's clothing" 30nm DDR3 sticks on an Asus Rampage IV board with a 3960X and SB-E ;)

Looking forward to your results.

@ Computerbase, Phanteks edged the SB-E.

@ Xbitlabs, Phanteks also took every air cooler down (but they didn't test the new Silver Arrow SB-E yet).
 
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Jman13

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I still don't know why they take such a beautiful heatsink and they provide what are, in my opinion, the ugliest fans that have ever been created for a computer.
 

1pagebook

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I still don't know why they take such a beautiful heatsink and they provide what are, in my opinion, the ugliest fans that have ever been created for a computer.
for me the appearance of fan doesn't matter that much though;)
 

cantholdanymore

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Nice shots but a comparison one would have been very helpful. Like with a can of beer on the side:thumbsup:
 

dmoney1980

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is the first PCI-E slot usable with the fan on the heatsink? those fans look very wide
 

1pagebook

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I have a thread already compare the results of them, will add this one when I finish bench:)

for the 1st pcie slot, mostly the tower type require 14cm fan mounting will be not available.:)
 

jpeyton

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Looks like it's about 1-2C better than the Phanteks.
 

deees

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Please include a side elevation photo. What if you remove the top cooling fin on the Dominators?