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post #731 of 1212
Just got my Megahalems today!

yes the wiring is really crappy atm and the second fan isn't running either but I'm waiting for more parts



post #732 of 1212
Put me on the list

new case coming soon so I didn't get fussy with wires
post #733 of 1212
I'm in! Megatrons rule

post #734 of 1212
Quote:
Originally Posted by dudenell View Post
Just got my Megahalems today!

yes the wiring is really crappy atm and the second fan isn't running either but I'm waiting for more parts
You might wanna turn your PSU upside down, so that it gets cool air from the outside of the case Just my 2 cents.
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Put me on the list

new case coming soon so I didn't get fussy with wires
Wiring? *squinty smiley* I can barely even make out that you HAVE a Mega
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post #736 of 1212
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You might wanna turn your PSU upside down, so that it gets cool air from the outside of the case Just my 2 cents.
can't... there is no intake from the bottom unless I cut one.
post #737 of 1212
Excuse me for asking this question again, but I'm Brazilian whose first language is Portuguese, and therefore did not understand the first time:

Can you use the Prolimatech Megahalems Rev.B with a 120x25mm fan in an ASUS P7P55D Deluxe with four memory slots populated?

If the answer is positive, can be the DIMMS kind Corsair Dominator (high heatspreader)?

At least the ASUS P6T Deluxe you can not populate the six memory slot if you use a Prolimatech Megahalems Rev.B with a 120x25mm fan, according to the X-bit labs (in pictures, it appears that 4-3-2-1 slots of P7P are aligned with the slots 6-5-4-3 of P6T):

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When the cooler is installed onto the mainboard so that the airflow is directed towards the case back panel, the cooler fan blocks the first memory DIMM slot on the board and it is indeed the case not only for the memory modules equipped with tall heat-spreaders, but also with the memory modules with regular or no heat-spreaders at all.



If you install the cooler so that the airflow is directed towards the top of the case, then the first memory slot may be used for memory modules without heat-spreaders. By the way, the cooler is most effective when it is installed in this particular way than the way on the photo above:

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post #738 of 1212
I am planing to buy the same ASUS P6T deluxe MB and I am interested in same question.
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post #739 of 1212
Just get memory with short heatspreaders if you want to use the default fan clips. Install the memory first and then put the fan on last. For the ASUS P6T and other versions, if you install only 3 sticks of ram, you want to install the ram on the slots furthest away from the CPU (orange slots). So slot 1 is actually the furthest slot away from the CPU. Your computer will not boot if you only install memory in the black slots and none in the orange slots.

You can always just ghetto mod the fan so it rests on top of the ram if you must have tall heatspreaders.
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But how do it stay in LGA 1156 motherboards?

Can you install four sticks of short heatspreadered DIMM in them along a Prolima' Megahalem?
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