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I didnt know you could remove the heatsinks from the vengeance, i thought that was dominators only. Pics?
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I didnt know you could remove the heatsinks from the vengeance, i thought that was dominators only. Pics?
Bend the clip a tiny clip out a little bit. Blast with a heat gun for about 15 / 20 seconds and slowly pull it away.





post #23 of 35
Too much RAM and a poor aircooling case. Rich nub
 
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Here is a pic of my trying to organize my wires.. But that can be tough.. any thoughts or helpful tips..



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Too much RAM and a poor aircooling case. Rich nub
I will upgrade to water next month. Want to get it running first then tackle that project. Figured 3x 140 and 3x 120 noctua's fans would be enough. Plus the heatsink.
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I will upgrade to water next month. Want to get it running first then tackle that project. Figured 3x 140 and 3x 120 noctua's fans would be enough. Plus the heatsink.
Thatll just blast more hot air into the case which barely has any airflow. But when you watercool it... Cant wait.

Nice job on the RAM as well.
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I will upgrade to water next month. Want to get it running first then tackle that project. Figured 3x 140 and 3x 120 noctua's fans would be enough. Plus the heatsink.
Which direction you plan on going for the water cooling setup?, DD, RASA, etc;?
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Which direction you plan on going for the water cooling setup?, DD, RASA, etc;?
Honestly i would like a custom setup, I just not sure good brand names for water cooling blocks and pumps. I would like a 5.25 bay res if i could with a nice pump running maybe 1/2 ID tubes?

A custom setup i would like. Would a $500 budget for water cooling get me a nice setup?

EDIT i could like to do my cpu and GPU to water cool
Edited by topsub - 6/19/11 at 3:08pm
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That's about right for a loop with gpu. Between $500-$600. It depends on rad(s), pump, blocks, etc.
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Noctua installed.. almost

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