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hey , i saw ur message and id like to join the group btw my cooler is a Rocketfish cooler so its a rebranded TX3
Cool! Welcome What fans are you using?
post #112 of 305
I'm in need of a hsf and am seriously considering this as the replacement for the stock 955 fan (loud and thinking of OC'ing soon - not looking for anything near 3.8-4ghz more like 3.6). I have limited room (see sig rig). I have researched and found that this thing will just barely fit with the 200mm nzxt fan installed. So what I'm wondering is is this thing REALLY 139mm tall or is it bs? The pic on the OP states ~136mm. Need to know because it seems this is going to be a tight fit. Might even try to throw in a Cooler Master Hyper N520 if there's room.
    
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I'm in need of a hsf and am seriously considering this as the replacement for the stock 955 fan (loud and thinking of OC'ing soon - not looking for anything near 3.8-4ghz more like 3.6). I have limited room (see sig rig). I have researched and found that this thing will just barely fit with the 200mm nzxt fan installed. So what I'm wondering is is this thing REALLY 139mm tall or is it bs? The pic on the OP states ~136mm. Need to know because it seems this is going to be a tight fit. Might even try to throw in a Cooler Master Hyper N520 if there's room.
Idk, but it fits in my 902 easily with the side fan installed, hope this helps u
post #114 of 305
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Originally Posted by HunT3R.! View Post
Idk, but it fits in my 902 easily with the side fan installed, hope this helps u
I want to actually do the hyper 212+ but of course it won't fit (with the things I want it to). The hyper tx3 (2 fans) should fit but I'm really picky over the PWM thing since only one fan would be able to to utilize it.

I think I'm going to go with the CM Geminii S. 120mm fan and low profile. I think it's the best I'm going to get since A) my case's limited space, B) I'm too cheap to get an h50 or the noctua nh-c12p se14.

The Noctua would force me to get 2 scythe 12mm profile 120mm fans for the top exhaust and would cost nearly double just by itself.
    
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post #115 of 305
I just bought one of these for MY AM3 board and i have NO idea how to get it on ._.
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I just bought one of these for MY AM3 board and i have NO idea how to get it on ._.
Looks pretty easy compared to the Geminii S I just bought. You don't need to replace or take off anything on the motherboard. Just use the little bracket that came with it and latch it down as you would the stock hsf.
    
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post #117 of 305

I made a video review on this cooler. Tell me what you think.

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post #118 of 305
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I made a video review on this cooler. Tell me what you think.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NezdC4PgvuQ
It's actually very good I like it
Also I loved the red LED fan on ur PSU XD
I'm gonna post a vid of my whole sigrig operating together once I install my new sound-activated cold cathodes, and explain about every part of my rig lol
post #119 of 305
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Originally Posted by linkin93 View Post
Remounted my cooler:

http://i765.photobucket.com/albums/x...g?t=1285571356

For those wondering how to mount it that way, you need to take the end off the AM3 clip with the little lever thing and then slide it through the cooler and re attach it.
Can you elaborate on this? I'm trying to install mine like you did on an AM3, but if I try to mount it vertically like that, the clips have nowhere to attach to on the MB socket.

Edit: Nevermind, I think I got it. Man, they really need to work on their instructions over there at CM.
Edited by Faraz - 10/12/10 at 7:10am
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It was difficult to get on again when i cleaned the paste and reapplied.
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