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can anyone tell me if this can be mounted in a coolermaster cosmos s without any modding (out of box)? I would mount this radiator (the 240 or 360) at the top inside the case but i'm not sure if the fan screw holes at the top are lined up to suit the mounting options on the rads. Can anyone speak to this?

also, just so i'm sure, the waterblock mounting hardware works with socket 1155 motherboards right? I heard 1156 and 1155 are the same, but i'm just making sure.

PS. maybe the spreadsheets on page 1 of the thread can include what cases the owners use and whether they had to mod it to fit their kits.
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post #9952 of 13773
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can anyone tell me if this can be mounted in a coolermaster cosmos s without any modding (out of box)? I would mount this radiator (the 240 or 360) at the top inside the case but i'm not sure if the fan screw holes at the top are lined up to suit the mounting options on the rads. Can anyone speak to this?

also, just so i'm sure, the waterblock mounting hardware works with socket 1155 motherboards right? I heard 1156 and 1155 are the same, but i'm just making sure.

PS. maybe the spreadsheets on page 1 of the thread can include what cases the owners use and whether they had to mod it to fit their kits.
1155 and 1156 are the same so your good there
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HI Luckyb long time no see. I got my new build up and running posted his pic a few pages back
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[QUOTE=arfaad;15056063]can anyone tell me if this can be mounted in a coolermaster cosmos s without any modding (out of box)? I would mount this radiator (the 240 or 360) at the top inside the case but i'm not sure if the fan screw holes at the top are lined up to suit the mounting options on the rads. Can anyone speak to this?

also, just so i'm sure, the waterblock mounting hardware works with socket 1155 motherboards right? I heard 1156 and 1155 are the same, but i'm just making sure.

PS. maybe the spreadsheets on page 1 of the thread can include what cases the owners use and whether they had to mod it to fit their kits.[/QUO

HERE is a guy who worked it out. give it a look
Edited by Worple - 9/24/11 at 9:54pm
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HI Luckyb long time no see. I got my new build up and running posted his pic a few pages back

I've been keeping up, I just haven't post much lately cool.gif

I seen your setup, I really want to move to a big case like that one of these days. Right now I haven't put anything new in my rig other then 8GB CL8 Ram.

Right now I have work on finding me a new car, My poor old truck is on its last leg frown.gif
And I've been putting my money into my KLX 250S. Great little bike bike.gif
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Man dont get a car you cant carry your bikes with it. You need a new 4 wheel drive
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Man dont get a car you cant carry your bikes with it. You need a new 4 wheel drive smile.gif

Yea that would definitely be my first choice cool.gif
With gas the way it is that's why I've been on the KLX, getting 72mpg when it was stock. Its alittle lower now after jetting cool.gif

Just alittle off topic sorry about that biggrin.gif I have to many hobbies and not enough money cool.gif
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Soooooo I got my 240 kit and I got it all setup. Temps are around 30 celc idle, running an i7 920 stock in a HAF932. I am thinking of swapping to 4 AP15's to try and knock it down a few more degrees, will they give me a bit of oomph over the stock fans it came with? I am using those for push, and 2 Noctua fans for pull.
In a HAF932, I would have gone with a RX360 with 3 AP-15s or Koolance 2K RPM fans in push. As long as your CPU is mid 70s under highest load, you're fine.
     
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I lost one of my springs for the intel mounting kit so now I'm using the longer supplied springs. I've taken off the adjustbale knob that was on the intel 1155 mounting screws and placed the amd springs on them. I'm afraid they are too tight. Does ANYONE know were I can get a replacement spring for the Intel 1155 mounting....or a 1155 mounting kit. I am currently emailing frozencpu about this issue. Thank you
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I lost one of my springs for the intel mounting kit so now I'm using the longer supplied springs. I've taken off the adjustbale knob that was on the intel 1155 mounting screws and placed the amd springs on them. I'm afraid they are too tight. Does ANYONE know were I can get a replacement spring for the Intel 1155 mounting....or a 1155 mounting kit. I am currently emailing frozencpu about this issue. Thank you
You'll have to hope frozencpu will give you one. If not you'll probably either have to buy a new kit or find a spring at a hardware store. (You could also cut down one of the larger springs, it's going to require power tools though)
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