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Originally Posted by RaiDer View Post
Motherboards will flex and snap world wide. I know the first wave of Tower Coolers people said the same, but c'mon these are just too big.
a simple retention plate will do it, dish another 10 bucks.
post #42 of 45
So anyone know when its coming out?
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post #43 of 45
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im sorry but that huge hunk of metal seems absolutely ridiculous. i am sure it can get the job done (understatement), but i will never want something like that hanging off of my motherboard...
but i am sure people will be going for this anyways...feel bad for them and their wasted money...
The funny thing is, I wouldn't be surprised if this doesn't even perform as well as the current top coolers. Cooler Master has never made very good CPU coolers.
 
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post #44 of 45
That looks none other than badass.
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post #45 of 45
My first 2 thoughts when seeing that was:
1) dang, that's going to limit ram HS options
2) that's going to be a beezy to lap
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