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Is it possible to take off the top heatsink on the Reaper? I was thinking about getting another set but my Tuniq would be in the way. I also don't feel like taking them out at the moment to see. Cheers.

Edit: To be clear I mean just the top heatpipe.
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Yes it's pretty easy to do, just undo the 3 screws across the top of the sink and gently peel them away.

    
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Nice. So to be clear I can just remove the top heatpipe, correct?
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oooo you mean you want to leave the black part on but just remove the silver bit?

If thats the case i'm not too sure off the top of my head.
    
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oooo you mean you want to leave the black part on but just remove the silver bit?

If thats the case i'm not too sure off the top of my head.
Preferably, but I'm sure at stock speeds they wouldn't get too hot with them off all together. I could just get some normal heatsinks too.
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