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Windows 7: Corsair h80i Thermal Paste

16 May 2015   #81

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Thanks guys yea Steve you have a wild cooling system there buddy

I doubt I'll do a push and pull deal I believe the bottom fans will cover the entire top of the board :/

But I was intrigued by the dudes suggestion to not use the corsair stuff,
It's a rather long video and it well towards the middle

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 Corsair h80i Thermal Paste

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