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mod and make it fit in the top of the case
    
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For those who ask about static pressure for the GT AP-14/15 fans, here is some info I found that I think will be useful and will serve as a base of reference for you in the event you decide the GT's are too pricey.

- Scythe GentleTyphoon D1225C12B2AP-14 - 1450 RPM/50 CFM/21 DBA, 1.2954 mmH20 static pressure, 3-pin power connector w/ 4-pin adapter, dual ball bearings.

- Scythe GentleTyphoon D1225C12B2AP-15 - 1850 RPM/57 CFM/28 DBA, 2.0574 mmH20 static pressure, 3-pin power connector w/ 4-pin adapter, dual ball bearings.

Source: GND-Tech (More/Other fan info found on this site)
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Originally Posted by Buska103;12687104 
Minimum I was able to find was around $200 for something half decent... seeing how this is a very popular and well-known kit, I may get this just for it's price.. however, I hear that people have mounting problems with AM3 boards?

Approx. how many degrees C will this chill my CPU rather than having air cooling (Xigmatek HDT-1283).. still finding out whether water cooling is really worth it.

Going from a high end cooler to this the max temperature dropped 12 degrees for my 965 overclocked to 4.0 Ghz with 1.5 volts. My max temp now is only 43C after 3 hours Prime 95.
    
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Originally Posted by Buska103;12687104 
Minimum I was able to find was around $200 for something half decent... seeing how this is a very popular and well-known kit, I may get this just for it's price.. however, I hear that people have mounting problems with AM3 boards?

Approx. how many degrees C will this chill my CPU rather than having air cooling (Xigmatek HDT-1283).. still finding out whether water cooling is really worth it.

I believe that the mounting problem on AM3 boards you are reading about is not really a problem. Normally, coolers come with motherboard backplates for mounting purposes. The XSPC kit does not come with an AM3 backplate BUT several members have come up with innovative ways to get around this without having to make additional investments.

FYI... the AM3 backplate XSPC sells runs at about $4-6 I believe I saw.

Option 1: In the OP there is a linked post on how to modify an existing backplate. This is an option to follow if you are not comfortable with option 3 below.

Option 2: Backplates of other coolers work. I initially used the Corsair H50 backplate with no problem whatsoever. The kit supplied black screws (Intel screws) fit perfectly.

Option 3: No backplate needed. I tried this option (using right now) and it works like a charm. Just use the kit supplied silver screws and you will be set.
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I just order the rs360 kit today but i was just wondering how to perform long term maintenance to this kit any advice?
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I just order the rs360 kit today but i was just wondering how to perform long term maintenance to this kit any advice?

There isn't much to it. Clean it out once you get it, throw it together. Add PTNuke or Killcoil into the mix. Clean it out every 3 months or so.
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so tired of waiting. "on truck for delivery" but not here yet.......im gonna run to the store for smokes and get back and have a "we missed you" tag
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I believe that the mounting problem on AM3 boards you are reading about is not really a problem. Normally, coolers come with motherboard backplates for mounting purposes. The XSPC kit does not come with an AM3 backplate BUT several members have come up with innovative ways to get around this without having to make additional investments.

FYI... the AM3 backplate XSPC sells runs at about $4-6 I believe I saw.

Option 1: In the OP there is a linked post on how to modify an existing backplate. This is an option to follow if you are not comfortable with option 3 below.

Option 2: Backplates of other coolers work. I initially used the Corsair H50 backplate with no problem whatsoever. The kit supplied black screws (Intel screws) fit perfectly.

Option 3: No backplate needed. I tried this option (using right now) and it works like a charm. Just use the kit supplied silver screws and you will be set.

Well u can use the int screws came with the kit and force screw it with the amd stock bracket u got and it will work too...i got some pix on the last few pages..it work well too..ull get a pretty good pressure using it..and it looks more sexier than the amd bolts..try it out smile.gif
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