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brinco218

Problems mounting TR Ultra 120 Extreme on DFI SLI-DR Expert

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Hello ! I'v bought the new Ultra120 Extreme, all good until I wanted to mount it on my DFI Sli-DR Expert (skt939) when I run into some problems. I have bought it from their partener in Romania : www.pccoolers.ro , and thet provided me with this adaptor :

 

http://www.thermalright.com/product_default.htm

 

 

The thing is that I folowed all te pics, but I can't get that adaptor over the heapipes(it does not have enough room to rotate). What shoul I do ? Am I doing something wrong ? Is pointless to keep trying ?!

 

 

 

Thank you.

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Guest IAmATeaf

Is the bracket catching on the heatpipes? If it is then you might have to get the dremmel out and grind away the areas where it's catching.

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the adaptor in S thwey gived me(used to rotate 90 degrades the coooler) it does not have room to go in the middel od the heatpipes. Is there such a huge difference between Extreme version and old Ultra 120 ?!

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I made a custom set using the AM2 instalatio kit. I also put an Evercool VR-RF(not the recomandede re because can't find it in my country). I used the cooper heatsink to put on my Al mosfets radiators.

Drom in temp about 10 degrades from the Sharkoon CPU Red Shock and the stock DFI cooler !

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@brinco : do you have metal backplate to replace the default plastic backplate from expert ?

I have ordered it too, for my Ultra-D or my Expert.

and how about the retention kit? is it included ?

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