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There are a lot of comments like this floating around, and I am really confused by them - especially the reference to pressure being required. I have mounted the R1, C1 and H5 at least twenty times each, and never once had to apply any pressure. When I say "never", I mean never....and literally no pressure. If you drop the cooler on, the mounting screws line up and can be started prior to the base making contact with the CPU. It was designed that way so that no pressure is required.

Out of curiosity, are people attempting to fully tighten one of the mounting screws prior to starting the other? That would be the only thing I can think of. This is literally the easiest mounting kit I have used, and I am pretty sure I have used just about all of them.

i wish i had a easier time like you did. the screws lined up fine, but it won't reach the hole. i had to apply a good amount of pressure, to the point where i can see the motherboard flex a bit, and even thn i can't get the screws in. the spring was extremely stiff on one side, so what i did was tip the cooler biased to the stiff spring first to get the screw in, and thn press really hard on the other side to get the other one in. all the while struggling to keep the cooler from rear tipping and not to smear the tim job
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hi guys~ greetings from Malaysia~ newbie here

i recently bought H5 Universal and two XF140 fan for my NZXT S340 case

it's really a pain in the arse to install it directly onto your mobo without removing the mobo first from the chassis.. cryingsmiley.gif
I noticed the H5 have small vibrations when it's turning..it's the first time i bought an aftermarket cooler so..is the vibrations considered normal?

and sadly the XF140 fans are not compatible at all for front intake of NZXT S340..problem is that the fan's screw holes match the case's screw holes for 120mm fan and not screw holes for 140mm fan..this means i can only fit one XF140 fan on the front intake, that's it..i can't even fit other 120mm fan on top of the xf140 fan coz the xf140's taking the space and blocking the screw holes for another fan...there's like a flaw on xf140 design..

i end up have to use the the xf140 fan for top exhaust and replaced the H5's XT140 fan with XF140 fan..(technically now it's a H5 Ultimate laughingsmiley.gif)
post #1373 of 3548
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Originally Posted by kraze94 View Post

hi guys~ greetings from Malaysia~ newbie here

i recently bought H5 Universal and two XF140 fan for my NZXT S340 case

it's really a pain in the arse to install it directly onto your mobo without removing the mobo first from the chassis.. cryingsmiley.gif
I noticed the H5 have small vibrations when it's turning..it's the first time i bought an aftermarket cooler so..is the vibrations considered normal?

and sadly the XF140 fans are not compatible at all for front intake of NZXT S340..problem is that the fan's screw holes match the case's screw holes for 120mm fan and not screw holes for 140mm fan..this means i can only fit one XF140 fan on the front intake, that's it..i can't even fit other 120mm fan on top of the xf140 fan coz the xf140's taking the space and blocking the screw holes for another fan...there's like a flaw on xf140 design..

i end up have to use the the xf140 fan for top exhaust and replaced the H5's XT140 fan with XF140 fan..(technically now it's a H5 Ultimate laughingsmiley.gif)

It's not a flaw with the fans design. It's a 140mm fan with 120mm mounts. A few manufacturers make these. You need standard 120mm or 140mm fans.
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hi guys~ greetings from Malaysia~ newbie here

i recently bought H5 Universal and two XF140 fan for my NZXT S340 case

it's really a pain in the arse to install it directly onto your mobo without removing the mobo first from the chassis.. cryingsmiley.gif
I noticed the H5 have small vibrations when it's turning..it's the first time i bought an aftermarket cooler so..is the vibrations considered normal?

and sadly the XF140 fans are not compatible at all for front intake of NZXT S340..problem is that the fan's screw holes match the case's screw holes for 120mm fan and not screw holes for 140mm fan..this means i can only fit one XF140 fan on the front intake, that's it..i can't even fit other 120mm fan on top of the xf140 fan coz the xf140's taking the space and blocking the screw holes for another fan...there's like a flaw on xf140 design..

i end up have to use the the xf140 fan for top exhaust and replaced the H5's XT140 fan with XF140 fan..(technically now it's a H5 Ultimate laughingsmiley.gif)

thats outrageous, it must be user error. according to boyll its one of the easiest coolers to install wheee.gif
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I see..there's chassis that can support such mounts?

darn..i don't know which decision is bad, using S340 as my case or buying the XF140s..

i barely fit the H5 into the s340 too actually..with only a few millimeters of height clearance..
post #1376 of 3548
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thats outrageous, it must be user error. according to boyll its one of the easiest coolers to install wheee.gif

it is easy..but that's if you install the heatsink after removing the motherboard from the case first..

i tried installing it for hours while the mobo still in my case..can't determine whether the spring screws aligned with screw holes or not..

then i tried removing it first from the case, only took me like 5 minutes to install the H5 thumb.gif
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Welcome @kraze94 thumb.gif
H5 is a nice cooler. Big enough to have good cooling and small enough to fit most systems.
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Welcome @kraze94 thumb.gif
H5 is a nice cooler. Big enough to have good cooling and small enough to fit most systems.
thanks~ smile.gif

btw u guys still haven't answered my first question..is the small vibrations normal?
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thanks~ smile.gif

btw u guys still haven't answered my first question..is the small vibrations normal?

no. there shouldn't be any vibration at all.
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no. there shouldn't be any vibration at all.
aww man..then what could cause it? cryingsmiley.gif

i'm pretty sure i install it correctly..the Acoustic Vibration Absorbers doesn't work properly maybe..?
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