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newegg selling xigmatek finally

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by Basard, Feb 16, 2008.

  1. Mussels

    Mussels Moderprator Staff Member

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    i'm interested in the 92mm version and anyones experience, check 'mini 2.0' in my sig for the rig i want to put it on.
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    it should perform well on a g0. mine is on a b3 and at 1.5VCore the max i see is 71°C.:rockout:
    Mussels says thanks.
  3. Mussels

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    considering i can break 3.6GHz on both these chips (did a quick test) on 1.425v, thats good news - whats your ambient? mines around 28-32C here.
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    around 21°C, at least that's what my spring-style thermometer is telling me.
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    this cooler is coming in 2 me 2moro, ill post results as well :)
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    update, they jsut put it on sale for 6 bucks less, id bite on it quick
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    Random Murderer The Anti-Midas

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    :mad: i get mine and in one week they lower the price. such is my luck.
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    LOL Random,But you had the pleasure of telling us all about dont you?
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    yea, yea, i guess i was the first one to take the xigmatek plunge, wasn't in? :rolleyes:
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    It was a plunge man, but wasn't it a good one!? Also, Frostytech showed that it was number 1, why wouldn't you!? That sold me right when I saw that.
  11. Duxx Guest

    Hey got a question real fast, can you mount it horizontally and vertically. I have the antec 900 and i could push the air out the top of the rear, but i might have problems mounting on P5E so i was curious if its mountable both ways. Thanks!
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    Me has a question too ...
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    Can anyone give me the height of the line in red??Both lines are same in height.And if possible the distance between the redlines?(means from the center of the HS to the corner of the HS,shortest distance)
    Or the blueprint of this cooler.
    I cant remove the stock heat pipes coz of warranty issues.Have to check its compatibility with the mobo.
  13. Duxx Guest

    Bah, dont get mine until friday so i cant help u out :(.
  14. Random Murderer

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    yea, it's mountable vertically or horizontally.
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    am i the only one who is unable to get the fan to mount properly? im having lots of trouble with these rubber things, i cant get them all the way into the fan, any special method u used to get them all the way through so they stay in place?
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    pull the nub with a pair of needlenose pliers while pushing on it.
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    alright that worked, still not impressed with the mounting system tho, one clip kept popping out asi was attaching teh fan, talk about annoying
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    yup, i had that problem too, but it wasn't the hsf's fault, it was my case's.
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    Well everyone, I've done it! I put the fans in, and the heatsink on with the silverstone, and I've got 10c drop on idle and 27 on load. So its worth the buy! now I'm at 37c fine!
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    Can anyone help me with the #62 post of mine? Thanks in Advance.I need to see id it fits in my mobo.It must. If not..:(
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    why do you need to know?? I had to force mine because of the northbridge. just take the width of the heatsink and cut it in half, and thats how long it is. It takes a 120mm fan, so cut that in half and you get 60.. so 60mm.

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