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post #42 of 48
What Elohim said.

Both do the same job and clip on basically the same way. Just practice doing it a few times before you mount the cooler.

Practice mounting the cooler too before you put TIM on it. Than when you put the TIM on CPU and install you know exactly how to do it. smile.gif
post #43 of 48
I also think it's a fairly easy way to attach the fans inside the case, if you put on the clips on the cooler before mounting it.
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#43Not possible because ones the fan i cliped on, mounted you can't access a screw that is just below the fan
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post #45 of 48
Elohim is say to leave the fan clips on the cooler but remove the fan before installing cooler.
post #46 of 48
yeah lol

#35

1. put the fan clips into the cooler
2. mount the cooler onto the motherboard

3. put the fan on the cooler
4. put motherboard in the case

3&4 are interchangable wink.gif
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Load temperatures in crysis (warhead) i7 870 8 gb ram and a msi tf gtx 660 oc is max 49-50 degreess celsius and in my asus bios the cpu fan is set to stndard corsir with both fans on 500 rpm bios silent 60 degress celsius

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Daam impresive this cooler 2 x artic coolin mx-2 thermal past an a std i7 870 cpu 25 min with prime95 small fft with 8 threads and temperatures not reached 60 degrees celsius (58-59)

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