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View Poll Results: Would you buy an Xiggy mount to properly mount your heatsink?
Yes, I would buy an Xiggy mount for AM2 335 78.27%
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post #1 of 446 (permalink) Old 04-30-2009, 07:41 PM - Thread Starter
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Ok, How many of you want your xiggy facing the right way? Well another OCN member has said he would be able to make them if the demand was there! So lets show the demand is there! I will let him post here if he wishes and show himself. Im tired of having to use low profile RAM


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In summary, it is a GTX250/9800GTX+/OC'd 9800GTX/55nm OC'd 8800GTS g92/55nm OC'd 8800GT. Nothing confusing about it.
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post #2 of 446 (permalink) Old 04-30-2009, 07:46 PM
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I am in. Since AM2/AM3/AM2+ is all the same mounting, it would be great.

I need it so that I can free up my first two ram slots. It makes me upset.

PS: Did not notice it would be for the xiggy, could you do the TRUE 120 as well?

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it'd be something similar to:

Xigmatek S1283 v2


but of course for AM2.

in essence, the more people there are the cheaper the cost should be. thats all i'm allowed to say about prices.


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And there is the man of the hour


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I knew it would be Naf, his work is top notch, I am doing a new AMD build and will need a mount for a xiggy
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I would have said yes a few weeks ago. I used the jury-rig method that Xinoxide used. Although I might consider going back to the AM2 mount if the price were right.


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if you have questions about pricing, you can hit me with a pm.


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I would buy it if the pushing is facing the exhaust fan


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well essentially thats what the new bracket will do for you.

EDIT: for those unsure of how its to be mounted. take a look at this thread.

http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...d.php?t=208592

it'll be mounted similar to that.

other question is... brass or aluminum?


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