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Old July 15, 2009, 10:05 AM
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Thanks for the update SKYMTL. I put in an ETA query over at NCIX already.... :)
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Yea I saw this cooler on back order on NCIX.. In fact our good friend Steve Wilson even asked on an ETA, but I guess we have one from you.

I am really looking forward to buying this one. :)
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Old July 15, 2009, 10:22 AM
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No idea about NCIX actually. Cooler Master stated that Canadian distributors should have the units today or tomorrow. If NCIX buys their products direct from CM, they will have them earlier but if they buy from a distributor, heaven knows when they will get them.
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Well... got my pre-order in. I guess I'll get it when I get it..... :)
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WOOT!!!!
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Nice Steve, Please do let us (especially me :p) know what's the ETA date you get .. :)

Hopefully ncix have them before Aug 1st or shortly after that, first course in college finishes end of month, so I'll have some time to do some cleaning, switching of cases and stuff..

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I'm seriously considering this HSF, but the fact that you have to remove mobo to install it is really turning me off. Can anyone do a simple guide on removing parts (safety, precautions etc..)?

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Good review, I was going to get the V2 at some point but this looks good and I don't need to buy a back plate like the V2 plus it can take 2 fans if needed.
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I'm seriously considering this HSF, but the fact that you have to remove mobo to install it is really turning me off. Can anyone do a simple guide on removing parts (safety, precautions etc..)?

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A good 80% or so of HSF's for Intel Require you to remove the MB. Not so much for AMD however.

Best way to do it, ground yourself out with a simple grounding strap. Take your parts out carefully and install!

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