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Originally Posted by Meowws;14000412 
talking about modifying V10 useless heatsink, here what i have done!! i got 29'C at 3.6ghz. Consume Less Power, Less Dust, Even one of its kind! can u tell it is still Coolermaster v10 ? haha v10.jpg

Congrats mate, how did you do that , did you heat up the pipes before bending ?
I need to do this mod so any suggestions are welcome :-)
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Originally Posted by visual1ce;10712457 
Has anybody tried bypassing control board and hooking up the TEC to PSU with 5v molex?

This was my initial idea, but from what i could gather from others, this really depends on your current PSU and the draw of your system. Physically, yes it can be done, but it may be overloading the PSU at the same time...
This is when i started building my custom PSU just for this, but then got sidetracked and have yet to revisit it...
    
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