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post #11 of 19 (permalink) Old 01-24-2018, 11:00 AM - Thread Starter
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So the winners are, Bal3Wolf, and ltpdttcdft. please send me your shipping information and I will work on getting your stuff shipped out.
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Dang, odds were fantastic and still no luck! Congrats to the winners.

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Dang, odds were fantastic and still no luck! Congrats to the winners.
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cooler looks cool, if I can get it, that'd be awesome.

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How do i managed cable?

***Note before anyone asks I removed the M9's decorative plastic top cover for infinitesimally better cooling.
I said I would try to management the cables so here's my "try."

Compared to the stock cooler it's 10-15C lower under load and much, much, quieter.
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***Note before anyone asks I removed the M9's decorative plastic top cover for infinitesimally better cooling.
I said I would try to management the cables so here's my "try."

Compared to the stock cooler it's 10-15C lower under load and much, much, quieter.
looks great! glad its getting use
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