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post #11 of 16
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Not trying to steal the thread but will the retention bracket, being metal and all, short out the motherboard?
No there is a foam pad and a plastic stip that will protect the components underneath the CPU area.
One suggestion - Don't peel off the protective cover on the sticky pad, as it will be really difficult to get off if you ever decide to change mobo.
post #12 of 16
The Xig s1283, is a great cheap cooler. I had my 9850 to 3.2 with 1.425 Vcore and highest I would see is 53. I have a ultra kaze 3000rpm on it.
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post #13 of 16
The retention bracket REALLY helps. the pushpins bend the mobo like a banana.
You should have no problems hitting 4.5ghz with your e8500, mine is at 4.275 and its max with the s1283 is about 50*C
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No there is a foam pad and a plastic stip that will protect the components underneath the CPU area.
One suggestion - Don't peel off the protective cover on the sticky pad, as it will be really difficult to get off if you ever decide to change mobo.
Thanks for the heads up!
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GET THE BRACKET!

One of the push pins on my S1283 broke, annoying POS push pins.
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Thanks for the advice guys!

And I just paid $18.99 for the cooler, yes the XIGMATEK HDT-S1283!
Edited by toMsons1987 - 12/13/08 at 9:29am
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