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That is the one man. That small pin circled in red comes under that base of holder when installed. There was no other way to install it. Was wondering if this is normal.
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It Goes into one of these grooves to prevent rotation.



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Edited by Khaled G - 1/27/15 at 5:37am
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That spring screws is 100% vertical in your photo. On my LGA 1150 it is not. Maybe I am missing something. I will check installation again.

BTW Thanks for the super detailed pics man. There is probably nothing more detailed in the internet about this cooler besides this thread.
Edited by Rockfella - 1/27/15 at 9:37am
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That spring screws is 100% vertical in your photo. On my LGA 1150 it is not. Maybe I am missing something. I will check installation again.

It goes into the hole in the middle to act like an axis and to lock the big heatsink in place. Either you misplaced it or it got bent, I hope it's the first rather than the latter.


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BTW Thanks for the super detailed pics man. There is probably nothing more detailed in the internet about this cooler besides this thread.

I like being helpful. thumb.gif

EDIT: Also Check this guide on how to add your rig to your sig.
Edited by Khaled G - 1/27/15 at 1:22pm
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post #95 of 142
Nothing is misplaced/bent AFAIK. I will double check and upload before and hopefully "after" pics. This is interesting. Thanks smile.gif
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It goes into the hole in the middle to act like an axis and to lock the big heatsink in place. Either you misplaced it or it got bent, I hope it's the first rather than the latter.


I like being helpful. thumb.gif

EDIT: Also Check this guide on how to add your rig to your sig.

Edited by Rockfella - 1/27/15 at 2:06pm
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Rigbuilder done smile.gif Looks cool.
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Just ordered my 212 evo for my fx-8320. Can't wait to get rid of my stock "jet sounding" cooler, hah biggrin.gif

The youtube video in the OP, does that video tutorial pretty much apply to the am3+ socket?
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Just ordered my 212 evo for my fx-8320. Can't wait to get rid of my stock "jet sounding" cooler, hah biggrin.gif

The youtube video in the OP, does that video tutorial pretty much apply to the am3+ socket?

Only 2 differences:

1- The back plate would be facing the opposite side.
2- Use the holes in the backplate that corresponds to the ones in your motherboard.

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Thanks, ill keep those in mind
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post #100 of 142
That small pin was not set to lock its rotation. Fixed now! Funny the PC stopped working in the morning while watching a video. Working fine post reset.
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It goes into the hole in the middle to act like an axis and to lock the big heatsink in place. Either you misplaced it or it got bent, I hope it's the first rather than the latter.


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EDIT: Also Check this guide on how to add your rig to your sig.

Edited by Rockfella - 1/29/15 at 11:05am
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