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Do you think if this was done with a TX3(Link below), you wouldn't have to have extensions on the capacitors? or is the TX3 still too wide?

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835103064
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i have a spare hyper 612 pwm
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Do you think if this was done with a TX3(Link below), you wouldn't have to have extensions on the capacitors? or is the TX3 still too wide?
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835103064

Just checked the dimensions on the CM website and it looks like it would hit the capacitors just like the Hyper212+. The heatpipes stick out too wide from the base.

Just FYI, throwing the capacitors up on little legs wasn't very difficult. Just need a soldering iron that gets hot enough. Mine didn't, so I had to use a propane torch to heat the soldering iron on top of being plugged in.

It was fun for me, but I can see it being very stressful if your Xbox is important to you.

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Originally Posted by ghostrider85 View Post

i have a spare hyper 612 pwm

Haaaaaaaaaaa! Dude, that thing would be ridiculous on a 360! I'd throw the Hyper212 on the GPU, the Hyper612 on the CPU, and then it would be set for fully passive operation!




EDIT: Motherboard layout thoughts;
You could probably get away without modifying the capacitors with a heatsink like the Noctua NH-C12P (Although mounting would be a challenge). Something with a very narrow base. You have an area roughly 6cm squared to fit into until you're above the capacitors.


These are the capacitors I had to move.
th_360moboXenon.jpg
Edited by RockThePylon - 2/1/12 at 10:42am
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Haaaaaaaaaaa! Dude, that thing would be ridiculous on a 360! I'd throw the Hyper212 on the GPU, the Hyper612 on the CPU, and then it would be set for fully passive operation!
that would gonna be awesome!
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Just checked the dimensions on the CM website and it looks like it would hit the capacitors just like the Hyper212+. The heatpipes stick out too wide from the base.
Just FYI, throwing the capacitors up on little legs wasn't very difficult. Just need a soldering iron that gets hot enough. Mine didn't, so I had to use a propane torch to heat the soldering iron on top of being plugged in.
It was fun for me, but I can see it being very stressful if your Xbox is important to you.
Haaaaaaaaaaa! Dude, that thing would be ridiculous on a 360! I'd throw the Hyper212 on the GPU, the Hyper612 on the CPU, and then it would be set for fully passive operation!
EDIT: Motherboard layout thoughts;
You could probably get away without modifying the capacitors with a heatsink like the Noctua NH-C12P (Although mounting would be a challenge). Something with a very narrow base. You have an area roughly 6cm squared to fit into until you're above the capacitors.
These are the capacitors I had to move.
th_360moboXenon.jpg

Hmm what dimensions does it need to be to fit without having to mess with the capacitors? I'm super lazy and don't want to mess with the whole soldering thing if I end up doing something like this thumb.gif
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You guys should go with watercooling! tongue.gif
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Hmm what dimensions does it need to be to fit without having to mess with the capacitors? I'm super lazy and don't want to mess with the whole soldering thing if I end up doing something like this thumb.gif

The square area outlined by the mounting holes is approx. 6cm. There should be lots of heatsinks that will fit in that space. The challenge would be mounting it. The Hyper212 has a simple and wide open base - made mounting a breeze.

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You guys should go with watercooling! tongue.gif

You have no idea how badly I want to. But maaaan, that's a huge chunk of change to drop on an Xbox.
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You have no idea how badly I want to. But maaaan, that's a huge chunk of change to drop on an Xbox.

Yeah, I just happened to be browsing frozen cpu when I spotted this thread and thought I'd share. smile.gif It would be pretty sick to see though. It might have been worth it back when 360s were selling for $500 and dropping like flies from RRODs. rolleyes.gif

Great job with the Hyper 212 idea though. thumb.gif
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