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Make a pentagram with AS-5 Thermal paste?

TRY CP5 CRYOPASTE AND I SHALL APPEAR!

THE GODS HAVE ANSWERED!

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Awesome, thanks for the update! biggrin.gif
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nice, there is only 1 thing i dont like about it is that there is no option to use an aftermarket fan.

i really like my zigmatek preaton for the fact that i can swap the stock fan to ether a slim or thick 92mm fan of my choosing if i want to balance noise vs performance vs cooler height vs fan orientation (push vs pull)

We are working on a solution for that.

Basically, we wanted to include the best performing fan for the C7. With a custom frame we effectively increased the air intake from the sides, because for some ITX systems, vertical space and airflow may be lacking. With a customized fan, we had more options for things like that, we also lowered the performance hit a metal fan frame could have caused if it got in the way of the airflow. In all, going with a custom design is better for overall airflow and performance design, while actually more costly then including a standard OEM fan.

But yes we do know the need of customization or using fans that fit your specific needs. So we are also working on a work around for this. But it could take some time for it to be completed.
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is it just me or did anyone else clinch when he tightened the nuts in a circular motion?

Please forgive The Hand. We have told The Hand about this when we saw the video, but we decided to not fix the video, and work on new products, hope you guys can forgive the noobness of The Hand.
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We are working on a solution for that.

Basically, we wanted to include the best performing fan for the C7. With a custom frame we effectively increased the air intake from the sides, because for some ITX systems, vertical space and airflow may be lacking. With a customized fan, we had more options for things like that, we also lowered the performance hit a metal fan frame could have caused if it got in the way of the airflow. In all, going with a custom design is better for overall airflow and performance design, while actually more costly then including a standard OEM fan.

But yes we do know the need of customization or using fans that fit your specific needs. So we are also working on a work around for this. But it could take some time for it to be completed.
Good to know you're working on a solution for this! As you probably know, the "best performing fan" is different for everyone and their specific needs/wants
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I love these type of coolers nice work thumb.gif
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I wish they would've tested this with the G3258 and an i5-4690K, instead of just the i7-4770K.
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works well for me
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