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post #11 of 17 (permalink) Old 02-27-2018, 09:45 AM
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The clips. No one cares about the holes, it doesn't use the holes.
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And agian you are way out in somewhere. I would say maybe Never Never Land, but there really is a Never Never Land.

The very first paragraph of you link clearly says for AMD AM2, AM3/AM3+:
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Our Hydro Series™ high-performance liquid CPU coolers offer compatibility with a wide variety of both Intel and AMD platforms. The AMD AM2 and AMD AM3/AM3+ platforms both use the same mounting mechanism. Here's a pictoral guide for mounting these coolers onto AMD AM2 and AMD AM3/AM3+ based motherboards to supplement the instructions included with the units. Pictured here is everything you will need to mount your cooler to your AMD AM2 or AMD AM3/AM3+ motherboard including a screwdriver, a mug of coffee, and an assistant.
There is absolutely positively without a doubt nothing about AM4 there.

Wrath cooler is not H100 cooler.

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$16 if you pick it up off Corsair. Their shipping isn't the fastest, but it should work fine.
That is for Asetek OEM, not CoolIT OEM.

Here is image showing Asetek, CoolIT and Cooler Master CLCs. You can see the differences in what pumps look like.

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What precisely the hell is wrong with these cooler producing companies that a year after release there's still almost no AM4 support, and customers have to go out of their way to find a bracket that fits the AM4 socket and their cooler properly? I'm pretty sure for intel they have coolers released for new sockets BEFORE they even come out and basically every cooler has a bracket option for a new intel socket within a month.
Clearly you weren't an adopter of the LGA 2011 socket .

LGA 1150,1151, and 1155 were so similar there isn't much to say there.

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Ok, lets try this in more detail;

1) Yes, the actual screw mounts in the motherboard have moved. The plastic molding that supports the clips used for AM2/AM2+/AM3/AM3+/FM1/FM2/FM2+/AM4 are in the same location and allow any cooler that uses those clips for mounting pressure to continue to use the same cooler. For more proof, see below.

2)I do not know why you think the brackets are what, a different length? Or why you think Wraith and H100 coolers somehow do not adhere to the same standard? But they are designed for the same supporting brackets.

Here is another video of someone using an AM3 cooler on an AM4 socket because it uses the clip system;

Here is what seems to be the cooler in the video;
http://www.deepcool.com/product/cpuc...12/7_481.shtml

And here is the entire mounting kit from the makers website;


Note that it lists every single socket that used that clip system including AM4 with only the one rocker plate.

3) OP clearly states this is for an OG H100 which is a CoolIT model. Source:

https://www.anandtech.com/show/5054/...-h100-reviewed
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Corsair has teamed up with CoolIT Systems this time around.

And boy that bracket I linked sure does look like it's for a CoolIT model given the picture on the store page I linked looks exactly like the ones in the H100 review I just linked:


So just to confirm; 1TM1, does the picture in this post that says "H100" on it match what your cooler looks like?

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Quote: Originally Posted by KyadCK View Post
Ok, lets try this in more detail;

So just to confirm; 1TM1, does the picture in this post that says "H100" on it match what your cooler looks like?
yes, this is the correct picture. I am looking for a spare AMD clip from this picture as I dont want to spend $16 on a old cooler that is worth as much.
I will also try other ways if someone has already successfully mounted H100 with intel clip (four prongs) on AM4 socket.
also willing to trade my intel clip for amd clip if necessary, but advice on how to mount it is preferred.
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Quote: Originally Posted by 1TM1 View Post
yes, this is the correct picture. I am looking for a spare AMD clip from this picture as I dont want to spend $16 on a old cooler that is worth as much.
I will also try other ways if someone has already successfully mounted H100 with intel clip (four prongs) on AM4 socket.
also willing to trade my intel clip for amd clip if necessary, but advice on how to mount it is preferred.
We've had a lot of discussion / arguement about what mount will work and which one you need, but even with proper mount I would not use a 5 year old one CLC because galvanic corrosion is definitely going on in it, eating holes in the aluminum and depositing crude in waterblock microfins. All this happening with the help of CLC gremlins (1st cousins to computer gremlins), combined with working hoses and fittings removing and re-installing mean a leak in radiator, hose connections, etc. is very likey to happen, and we all know what liquid does when it gets on components .. it lets the gremlins loose and things stop working.

To elaborate, re-using a 5 year old H100 is likely is an invitation to disaster. The coolant level is low, pump has wear and corrosion is occuring. Coolant loss through plastics lowers coolant level .. and any corrosion inhibitors coolant had when new only lasts about 2 years at most. With corrosion occurringif it doesn't stop because of low coolant level or pump wear, there is an extremely high likelyhood of it starting to leak, especially after being moved around in the removal from old system and install in new system.

I know it costs money to get a new cooler, but not near as much as it will when H100 leaks.

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