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Gorgeous. Do want, my TRUE serves me quite well so far.
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Looks like it has more heatpipes.
Yes it does. But does it cool well?

Marin, come to chat
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they should just have a screw that goes through the mobo screw holes and then 4 nuts to secure on the back
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It won't work due to the heatpipe clearances

I have been doing research into such ghetto mods with the other ThermalRight downward coolers, and heat pipes will always hit the motherboard due to their size and placement. Sadly, it pretty much would only work if the cooler could be bent so it forms an "L" (not possible with this due to the heat pipes on both sides.)
Thats because you dont know the cheat code.

You get a 90degree angled pci-e connector, desolder the original connector, then solder in the new one, then your video card is parallel with your mobo. I wanted to try it but the connector was brand new at the time and costs over $100 if I remember correctly.
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Thats because you dont know the cheat code.

You get a 90degree angled pci-e connector, desolder the original connector, then solder in the new one, then your video card is parallel with your mobo. I wanted to try it but the connector was brand new at the time and costs over $100 if I remember correctly.
Sorry, for the lack of punctuation (in advance) this is an italian keyboard so its kinda backwards

Anyway cant you just get a PCIE ribbon connector to extend the slot? That way you can seat the vid card in any fashion you desire without phyisically changing the slot.
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Sorry, for the lack of punctuation (in advance) this is an italian keyboard so its kinda backwards

Anyway cant you just get a PCIE ribbon connector to extend the slot? That way you can seat the vid card in any fashion you desire without phyisically changing the slot.
Sounds like the most viable option. Now how would you go about mounting it? It's S775 only, looks like a fixed mounting mechanism.
    
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Didnt think of that, but I doubt they make them, probably because you dont want the cable to be too long because youre gonna screw with the signals, probably why they made right angled pci-e connectors.
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