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    Default How good/easy to fit are the inifintys!

    After seeing how far my cpu has overclocked with just a stock fan I've decided to invest in a good cpu fan, the only problem is I haven't got the faintest idea how to fit it, so all i'm asking is if someone could write me a little guide on how to change a cpu fan and which things i should look out for etc i would be very very grateful.

    I'm using socket AM2 on an Asus m2n4-sli motherboard.
    Thankyou in advance.
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    Default How easy it is to fit an infinity!!!

    i just recieved my schythe infinity this morning and it took me about 10minutes to fit!!! and thats with no previous knowledge of this kind of thing.it took me longer just to take my original cpu cooler out than put this one in, and also my temps are below the 30C mark even under load. Highest iv seen so far is 28C which i think is pretty impressive. The fan also runs so slow that my computer thought it had failed to work (i had a fail safe of 800rpm).

    I only have good things to say about this cooler apart from the fact its the size of a small house and is too big for my case, but with these temps who cares!!!!!

    if anybody wants any pictures to demonstrate size just let me know.
    Russ

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