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Use the stock intel/amd cooler to test with or just pick up some TIM for when you remove the H80 to install the mobo into the case. My personal favorites for TIM are shin etsu and prolimatech. The H80 uses a dow corning TIM but the h50 and 70 used shin etsu. It's really quite good stuff.

I swear sometimes I just can't spot the obvious solution. I will just use the stock cooler during the bench testing, thank you for reminding me about it, I brain farted there for a bit lol. biggrin.gif
    
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post #2972 of 18217
No worries...it happens to the best of us.
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post #2973 of 18217
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Use the stock intel/amd cooler to test with or just pick up some TIM for when you remove the H80 to install the mobo into the case. My personal favorites for TIM are shin etsu and prolimatech. The H80 uses a dow corning TIM but the h50 and 70 used shin etsu. It's really quite good stuff.

@Liquidpain...Very nice! Looks pretty clean!
Good idea. Both the stock and h80 heatsink should have preapplied TIM. Might want to have something like artic silver cleaner so you can make sure your CPU is clean between mounts. I am curious why you would want to test the build outside of the case first.
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post #2974 of 18217
I just use alcohol and coffee filters to clean TIM up. Works great with no fiber lint or anything.
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post #2975 of 18217
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Good idea. Both the stock and h80 heatsink should have preapplied TIM. Might want to have something like artic silver cleaner so you can make sure your CPU is clean between mounts. I am curious why you would want to test the build outside of the case first.
I want to make sure everything post before I put it all in the case. It would be a royal pain in the butt to get everything in the case and something not posting.
    
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Well guys, I finished my first build ever!! Ho does it look?!
Looks good from what I can tell from the tiny little picture.
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Hey guys,

what do you mean, fit 2 240mm rads in the front ?
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post #2978 of 18217
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I want to make sure everything post before I put it all in the case. It would be a royal pain in the butt to get everything in the case and something not posting.
Well its probably good practice, but inside or not each part is pretty easy to remove, especially in a spacious case like the 600T. Just make sure youre working on something that the mobo won't ground out on, and your using good ESD technique. Especially when you are handling your ram. Your board has pretty good diagnostic read outs so I am sure it will go smooth.
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Looks good from what I can tell from the tiny little picture.
I thought the same thing, looks good but it was stamp sized picture.
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I'm in, never new this thread even existed.



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