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Hey eAgleyes, I noticed that you have the Mo Ra 3 Rad and I was wondering where'd you get it. I've been looking on Google and I cannot find it anywhere.
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Hey eAgleyes, I noticed that you have the Mo Ra 3 Rad and I was wondering where'd you get it. I've been looking on Google and I cannot find it anywhere.

frozen cpu and performance pc's both stock it. FCPU is cheaper if you use the discount code I believe.
     
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frozen cpu and performance pc's both stock it. FCPU is cheaper if you use the discount code I believe.

Thanks stren for the quick response.
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Hey eAgleyes, I noticed that you have the Mo Ra 3 Rad and I was wondering where'd you get it. I've been looking on Google and I cannot find it anywhere.

Just got the TX10-D and been busy with it. I got it from AquaTuning.de with 19% off (at 155,45 €).
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Dam that's going to be an insane build!!!!
    
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Guys, I remove the stock heat sink from the RE4. However I notice that there is a kind of foil at the Intel X79 PCH (SB) chipset.
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The heat sink contact to the chipset.
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Looks to me that Asus is trying to bridge a large gap between the chipset and the heat sink. Should I remove the foil before installing the Koolance MB-ASR4E block? Any advice anyone?
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I did this with a RIVE and Koolance block on a friends build recently and noticed the same thing, there was no thermal goop or pad as far as I have seen, also that foil is very thin, which is more for heat transfer then to bridge a gap I think.. I removed the thin sheet and put on some Arctic Silver Ceramic...

You should be OK as my results were good with the MB temperatures, around 32c with a ambient of around 26-28c, I say go ahead and mount it, but as always with any newly installed waterblocks, monitor the temps for the first couple runs in the following days just to be safe..
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I did this with a RIVE and Koolance block on a friends build recently and noticed the same thing, there was no thermal goop or pad as far as I have seen, also that foil is very thin, which is more for heat transfer then to bridge a gap I think.. I removed the thin sheet and put on some Arctic Silver Ceramic...
You should be OK as my results were good with the MB temperatures, around 32c with a ambient of around 26-28c, I say go ahead and mount it, but as always with any newly installed waterblocks, monitor the temps for the first couple runs in the following days just to be safe..

Thanks! Will remove it then since it is safe and tried. smile.gif
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I did this with a RIVE and Koolance block on a friends build recently and noticed the same thing, there was no thermal goop or pad as far as I have seen, also that foil is very thin, which is more for heat transfer then to bridge a gap I think.. I removed the thin sheet and put on some Arctic Silver Ceramic...
You should be OK as my results were good with the MB temperatures, around 32c with a ambient of around 26-28c, I say go ahead and mount it, but as always with any newly installed waterblocks, monitor the temps for the first couple runs in the following days just to be safe..

safe for 2 months now with my build.
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awww i did get a foil covered SB chip............. i just had thermal paste ! btw your Koolance MB-ASR4E cover one of you mb mounting holes? Ek's does, i know it doesn't matter but why would you build a WC block like that EK? why.... smile.gif
    
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