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Old 08-04-2007, 11:57 PM   #11 (permalink)
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My goodness would you look at the HOG. I'm surprised it doesn't snap the motherboard!
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im alrdy afraid of the AF7 being my mobo...thank god i didn't get the TT120...that thing is a monster...
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The tuniq was actually designed to fit into most cases. It raises high enough off the mobo so no cpacitors or chipset coolers get in the way, and is 15cm high (the standard PC width is 19cm). So it should fit into most ATX full and midtowers. It's just designed really well.
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more comparisons of the tuniqs massive size

Tuniq side by side with a stock intel cooler:
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Tuniq on a gigabyte p-35 ds3r mobo
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Default Re: Tuniq 120 vs. AF7 --- Comparison pics inside

The Tuniq Tower is half the size of the board. =O I thought my Zalman was a brick.
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lol...according to the dimensions, the TR Ultra-120 Extreme is just a smidge bigger than the Tuniq, in terms of height and length.
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Oh man, now this makes me want to get the Tuniq Tower instead.
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heh...I just ordered the TR Ultra-120 Extreme. My motherboard will start bending it like beckham.
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I'm assuming that it's actually safe for one to mount that on the mobo...?
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That thing is huge, just looked one up on overclock.net. The guy put adhesive strips on 4 of the corners and attached 2 120 I think to the heatsink. :shocked:
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