Summary: Excellent cooling solution. I am using it to cool my 4930k with company of 2x GTX 780 Ti.
Max temp I did see is only 79C, on idle it is about 27-30C and on normal load or games it stays between 35-45C
Only issue I had with it, is size. When I did put it with my GPU, it was almost touching it (small shake could cause short circuit).
Summary: Very nice bit of kit, installed on to my i7 3770k after my water unit broke and made the cpu run at 80 degrees idle, this is very easy to install and comes with everything needed, simple instructions and even in a relatively small case (im using the zalman Z9) its not to fiddly even with my big bear paws!
Summary: took delivery for the Noctua NH-D14 Dual Radiator CPU Cooler about 2 hour s ago this cooler is huge but still looks small in my Corsair D800 case overclocked my core i7 to 4095.07 mhz from my 3100 mhz overclock maximum with my corsair H20, temps for the Noctua are -minimum on all cores 44-41-43-37 maximum are -78-78-77-71 running on prime 95 test for 1 hour and the great thing is it now is very quiet when running at 100% load and pushing the air out of the case and not...
Summary: Yes it's huge, but its worth it, dropped my average cpu temp by 15c under load! perfect cooler for overclocking. This heatsink seems to only improve the further u push your over clocking (to an extent of course...)!
Just as an added note: i use G.Skill Ripjaw 1600MHz RAM (all ram slots full so no wiggle room) and the noctua cleared it by 4 or 5 mm or so.
Summary: Best cooler I've owned.
Overclocking i7 920 DO to 4.2 GHz with ease. Temperatures in Games [FSX] around 50 degrees. [Core Temp] Without doubt the best air cooler around. Only expensive water cooling will surpass it.
Summary: As per title it's a monster, but does the job and then some! Manages to keep my 4.4Ghz OC Q9650 between 60 to 65c during stress tests.
Mount systems the most sturdy and well designed I've seen yet, whole heat sinks really solid bit of kit. Loads of room around the base; so for most the board clearance should not be a problem, though you will need a decent sized PC case due to the coolers height.
Summary: This cooler is a piece of cake to install if you have an AM3 board. No need to take motherboard out unless the cooler you used previously got rid of the standard backplate which you will need to fit this cooler.
I was using the Artic freezer 7 pro v2 on a 1090t at 1.35v 3.6 GHz ambient temp 22c; idle 32c load 50-55c.
This beaut of a cooler on a 1090t 1.536v at 4.12 GHz ambient temp 22c; idle 28c load 55c.
Summary: I got this today and I must say you can tell right away it is high quality and worth the price if you after a quiet and cool CPU. I already had one of those closed circuit water coolers for my CPU, which was a bit noisy, so I didn't expect this cooler to actually be any cooler but I must say I was very surpised!
Down an average of 10degrees at 100% load from 65c it now doesn't go above 54c on an i5 750 overclocked from 2.67Ghz -> 3.15Ghz. Mid 30s when idle.
Summary: some size and performance , massive cooler , and not only looking like it can perfoms , it's delivers as well , as is massive it cools the mobo as well , only bad thing which is not really bad is HUGE , but worth every penny