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The title explains my question. I have the d975xbx bad axe and I was looking into the Tuniq Tower for cooling. Does any of you know if anyone has installed this cooler in a vertically mounted board without it busting?

Thanks for any help.
 

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The title explains my question. I have the d975xbx bad axe and I was looking into the Tuniq Tower for cooling. Does any of you know if anyone has installed this cooler in a vertically mounted board without it busting?

Thanks for any help.

It would not break the mobo if you follow the direction for installing
 

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I have installed it vertically on my board. I installed it many ways and I never had any problems with it even possibly breaking.
 

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Have it. mounted it. Didn't break the mobo (had to do that myself of course... LOL Just got it back from RMA).

Just make sure you mount it according to instructions and it'll be just fine. It has a nice X-shaped backplate that gives it good support.

Now, don't go dragging that rig to lanparties all the time with the TT mounted (or any cooler like that)
 

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I had my TT120 mounted on a P5WD2-Premium for 4 months and then I'm using the same TT120 on my P5B Deluxe, since August and not a problem.

That's what the back-plate is for.
 

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as long as you mount it right, then you should be cool
 
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