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    Re: E7200 Cooler

    Cool. I just took my heatsink out of the box and I didn't realise there wasn't any protective film on the surface so it now has a fingerprint on it . Arcticlean should get that off, right? Also, I'm planning to mount it with fan at bottom, blowing through the heatsing towards the top of the case. Correct?

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    Re: E7200 Cooler

    Yeah you can orient the cooler any way it will fit (depending on what is around the CPU socket will dictate the options) have the fan blowing through the cooler and either out the top or back will be fine

    Oh and yeah arcticlean the base to remove your fingerprint.

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    Re: E7200 Cooler

    Thanks again. Help is appreciated, everyone!
    Last edited by watercooled; 09-01-2009 at 08:19 PM.

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    Re: E7200 Cooler

    why not just use a regular tissue? the heat sink does not have any electric running through it and is very durable..

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    Re: E7200 Cooler

    I don't want bits of fluff or tissue fibres left on the base.

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    Re: E7200 Cooler

    Also you need to remove the oils from the base of the heatsink as they will impact on the heat transfer, I use IPA (Iso-propyl Alcohol) to clean my heatsinks and CPU but I tend to use Kitchen roll as a cloth it doesn't seem to leave as many fibres behind as tissue or toilet roll.

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    Re: E7200 Cooler

    I believe the second bottle in the arcticlean is surface purifier. This will do the same job, right?

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    Re: E7200 Cooler

    Yep

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    Re: E7200 Cooler

    Cool. Looks like I'm going to have to wait until next week for delivery though, so can't install it yet. I'm going to post temps before/after upgrade with coretemp + realtemp for temps and use OCCT for loading CPU. Sound good?

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