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Yes, I was reading the threads about the BT ramsink mod and was wondering if anything similar has been tried or would work on a Tuniq Tower.

Also, considering the mod I was wondering what would offer the best air cooling performance from the three below (assuming stock fans are replaced for higher performing ones, lapping has been done, and any optional mod like ramsinks has been done).

Tuniq Tower
BT
Sythe Infinity

thanks for your time
post #2 of 7
Tuniq Tower
Scythe
BT

Thats how they rank, im not sure why a ramsink mod hasn't been tried, valid point. Lets see one
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A what?
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Ramsink mod. Its where you attach these to the base and heatpipes of you heatsink.

Great thing about scythe, already done - http://www.matbe.com/images/biblio/r...0000042091.jpg

Comes stock like that, with all 10 heatpipes
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I guess it would work, but it would be a little harder because you would have to avoid the mounting plate. I say go for it and post your results.
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It's been done on here.
My mod consisted of an old Pentium HS that is about 4"x2" which was cut to width, the upper retainer on the BT HS was removed (more on that later) and replaced with the modded Pent HS which was milled out to allow for the hold down screws. Down the road I'll do a full temp comparison of that MOD and reversion to stock and a comparison woth a Thermalroght Ultra 120 whit each setups utilizing the stocl BT fan, a Silverstone 121 varable speed and a Nydec 134cfm at 5v & 12v.
On the BT upper plate, unscrew and very carefully pry it off becuase the upper plate is not only screw ond but it's partially soldered on!
    
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It's been done on here.
My mod consisted of an old Pentium HS that is about 4"x2" which was cut to width, the upper retainer on the BT HS was removed (more on that later) and replaced with the modded Pent HS which was milled out to allow for the hold down screws. Down the road I'll do a full temp comparison of that MOD and reversion to stock and a comparison woth a Thermalroght Ultra 120 whit each setups utilizing the stocl BT fan, a Silverstone 121 varable speed and a Nydec 134cfm at 5v & 12v.
On the BT upper plate, unscrew and very carefully pry it off becuase the upper plate is not only screw ond but it's partially soldered on!
I'm sorry, but how does this pertain to the Tuniq Tower?
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