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Maybe they come with the main package instead of the upgrade kit?
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Originally Posted by Nickyvida View Post

Yeah i dont see it anywhere in the type a package. Only the bracket with the 4 double sided screws (B) in the illustrationwere in it.
Could you use the thumb screw nuts from your original mount on the new AM4 mount?

Edit: like misoonigiri said.
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Could you use the thumb screw nuts from your original mount on the new AM4 mount?

Hmm i was using lga 1150 mounting for the H5 previously so im not sure if it will fit.
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Could you use the thumb screw nuts from your original mount on the new AM4 mount?

Edit: like misoonigiri said.
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Originally Posted by misoonigiri View Post

Maybe they come with the main package instead of the upgrade kit?
Edit found it. Was in the lga 1150 bracket!

Thanks all!
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Edit to prevent confusion. The motherboard plate in the update kit tutorial came off hence i didnt see it. Its working fine now
Edited by Nickyvida - 4/27/17 at 4:49am
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Edited by misoonigiri - 4/27/17 at 3:53am
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Does the X5 Ultimate's extra fan clip fit an XF140?
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So i installed it. Finally. Not much of a difference. Shaved off 5 degrees from a 47 degree idle and now hovering at a 42 as reported by bios.

Looking forward to see how it does overclocking
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So i installed it. Finally. Not much of a difference. Shaved off 5 degrees from a 47 degree idle and now hovering at a 42 as reported by bios.

Looking forward to see how it does overclocking
So decent temps? Do you know hwat the cooler intake air temp is versus CPU temp?
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So decent temps? Do you know hwat the cooler intake air temp is versus CPU temp?

Still higher that average idle but decent. I guess its because of the high ambient. The bios temps are still bugged iirc, it has a 20 offset.

It is 31 vs 42 for CPU temps regarding the cooler intake.
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