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post #14181 of 107330
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Originally Posted by wermad;15197409 
^^^may I add: remove stickers/graphics and heatsink/screws/thermal pad before popping in the oven biggrin.gif

well u cant remove the sink... thats the whole point biggrin.gif
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post #14183 of 107330
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Originally Posted by Opp47;15197439 
well u cant remove the sink... thats the whole point biggrin.gif

Dominators come w/ a detachable heatsink held by screws w/ a thermal pad in the middle smile.gif The larger housing/heatsink is the one in question to remove to add the Koolance ram blocks.

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edit: for the doms, the larger heatsink looks more like a heatspreader but I'm sure Corsair has a specific name for it biggrin.gif
post #14184 of 107330
with the RAM-33 and 35's... you have to get the RAM naked.. otherwise they dont fit correctly..
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with the RAM-33 and 35's... you have to get the RAM naked.. otherwise they dont fit correctly..

Correct yessir.gif. I did research these guys too as I was lusting over the 33s to put on some patriot ram. Some guy on ebay was selling six slightly used 33s for $100. He then pulled the listing before I could bid on it frown.gif would have looked awesome on my old R3E.
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i love em... not doin them justice in my UFO buiild right now...
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Talking about these?
corsair-dominator-gt.jpg

If so, they are removable as well. I have a bunch of them.
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post #14188 of 107330
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Originally Posted by H4rd5tyl3;15197618 
Talking about these?
corsair-dominator-gt.jpg

If so, they are removable as well. I have a bunch of them.

Those are the big arse ones, but its the same for all doms (gt or non-gt/blue). To add the Koolance ram water blocks, you have to remove the housing/heatspreader (main body of the heatsink) so you end up w/ the bare dimm. The Koolance blocks goes over the "naked" dimm.

I had no idea doms had this detachable heatsink for the longest time and hence why they had specific blocks from MIPS and EK. I used the ek one and its pretty straight-forward installation but a bit awkward if the case is not on its side on my 12gb six dimms of doms 1600.
post #14189 of 107330
Is there anywhere to get those Corsair heatspreaders (not the fancy red bit on top..) separately in order to use the special waterblocks on non-corsair ram?

I was looking at the koolance 33s and such, and they look like a pain to install and not as pretty imo as the EK acrylic.
post #14190 of 107330
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Originally Posted by DragonCypher;15198026 
Is there anywhere to get those Corsair heatspreaders (not the fancy red bit on top..) separately in order to use the special waterblocks on non-corsair ram?

I was looking at the koolance 33s and such, and they look like a pain to install and not as pretty imo as the EK acrylic.

Not really, unless you can find some dead Dominators for dirt cheap just for the headspreader. Then you'll need to attach them to your ram which can be done w/ some thermal adhesive. Its sucks that the only option is Koolance but I gave in and bought six sticks of doms just to get the EK block. Meh, sold them both didn't bother again biggrin.gif










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