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post #2221 of 2241
Hello guys, can someone tell me threads length, the length of the screw and it diametr from the "Raystorm and Rasa LGA 2011 Black Screw Fixing Set" ? rolleyes.gif
Edited by LostLunatik - 5/27/16 at 3:24pm
post #2222 of 2241
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Originally Posted by LostLunatik View Post

Hello guys, can someone tell me threads length, the length of the screw and it diametr from the "Raystorm and Rasa LGA 2011 Black Screw Fixing Set" ? rolleyes.gif

total bolt length is 50mm, longer thread 20mm, shorter 3mm. I'm not able to measure thread itself but I think XSPC uses 3/16 as it's british brand?
If you're from UK I can send you the oem screw set as I don't use them anyway.
post #2223 of 2241
Thank you man for your help! I dont know which brand XSPC but there is standard metric thread. It screwed on the 2011 socket motherboard into them bacplate. I'm not from the UK unfortunately but thanks for responsiveness. smile.gif
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Originally Posted by muzammil84 View Post

total bolt length is 50mm, longer thread 20mm, shorter 3mm. I'm not able to measure thread itself but I think XSPC uses 3/16 as it's british brand?
If you're from UK I can send you the oem screw set as I don't use them anyway.
post #2224 of 2241
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Originally Posted by LostLunatik View Post

Thank you man for your help! I dont know which brand XSPC but there is standard metric thread. It screwed on the 2011 socket motherboard into them bacplate. I'm not from the UK unfortunately but thanks for responsiveness. smile.gif

no worries, I'll try to check it today when I get home and let you know.
You can buy Raystorm Intel mounting kit separately, they're not expensive, or I can send you mine if you pay for postage.
post #2225 of 2241
just fitted a raystorm pro to the rig in my sig and its awesome.
admittedly I lapped the IHS, delidded it, and used CM Nano Gel TIM as well but a drop from 90 deg to 70-73 deg is way more than I expected and the block did its part without a doubt!

hey can I have one of those sig label thingys? I'm sold on XSPC
post #2226 of 2241
first time open loop build



post #2227 of 2241
very nice bro
post #2228 of 2241
I have had the Original Raystorm Intel Block on my 2500K first and on My 2600K currently and need to find out if it will work on my X99 build 5930K
The block has done a nice job on the 1155 CPU socket so I hope to reuse it😀
post #2229 of 2241
my raystorm pro come with 115x and 2011 socket support. not sure if yours come with it.
but you can purchase 2011 socket kit
http://www.performance-pcs.com/xspc-raystorm-intel-mounting-kit.html
post #2230 of 2241
My kit has the 2011 studs are they compatible with the 2011v3
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