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post #381 of 28303
My stable record was 3.8 GHz but I'm an overclocking noob. That wasnt CPU limited though, so I dont know what - maybe RAM or NB.
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post #382 of 28303
So if I buy this for my AMD will I need to take out my Motherboard to put in a backplate?
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post #383 of 28303
Well ithink you can use the other screws they give you. But i did take mine out, then i relized i prob could have saved that step
but i figured use the hardware that came with the h50
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post #384 of 28303
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Originally Posted by Lefty67 View Post
So if I buy this for my AMD will I need to take out my Motherboard to put in a backplate?
Correct, you might be able to bodge it into the old backplate if the screws fit though I highly discourage this. The best way is to take the motherboard out and replace the backplate.
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post #385 of 28303
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So if I buy this for my AMD will I need to take out my Motherboard to put in a backplate?
you have to do that for every motherboard, intel or AMD.
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post #386 of 28303
I think you should use the hardware that came with the h50. Better safe than sorry
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post #387 of 28303
i could have used the exsisting hardware i had for my old waterblock, but i would use the hw that it came with TBH it was easy because i have my wires managed.
    
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post #388 of 28303
Well i just put mine in last night it took me about 45min, i removed my mobo and used the hardware that came with the h50. Not to mention i also put one in my friend i7 last night also, again 45 min. And we both have antec 1200 cases. And all our wires are hidden. It is easier than you think. Just dive in.
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post #389 of 28303
^^ see what im saying cake my man cake.
    
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post #390 of 28303
I think its super easy. Well because it really is
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