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Old 09-06-2007, 12:08 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default TT blue orb + PI35 = NO!

wow.... just barely fit.



that was when it wasn't even screwed down yet...this is the result of that:



I loosed the screws so that it still makes contact (they had to be super tight to connect with the cpu on the side that touches) so now the bend is a lot better.

this thing is just huge...don't get it if you think it won't fit your board because chances are, it won't.

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Default Re: TT blue orb + PI35 = NO!

It's supposed to bend. That's why you mount it to the motherboard with screws to equalize the bending.
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i've never had a mobo bend...not that' i've notice from it (trying) to lay flat.
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Wow i think thats bigger than my TT120. I think.....
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Wow i think thats bigger than my TT120. I think.....
But not my Zalman 7700.
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blue orb is 120.

while we're talking about HSF's...

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wow.... just barely fit.



that was when it wasn't even screwed down yet...this is the result of that:



I loosed the screws so that it still makes contact (they had to be super tight to connect with the cpu on the side that touches) so now the bend is a lot better.

this thing is just huge...don't get it if you think it won't fit your board because chances are, it won't.

wow thats one crazy looking mobo
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OMG, did you really have to quote that?
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i love PI35's
and it just so happened it fit the blue/black theme im going for on this computer.

im kind of sad the ram isn't blue =/

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OMG, did you really have to quote that?
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