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    Thermalright slk 947u

    Thinking about buying the Thermalright SLK 947U P4 cooler and a 92mm ys tech fan pushing 50cfm of air. has anyone had any experience with this cooler? and can i use the normal P4 clips to hold it in place as i dont want to remove my motherboard.

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    If you're going to spend that much on a cooler do it properly m8, it's almost insulting to those who can't afford the cooler finding out you want to do a bodge job when attaching it.

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    I was simply asking a question, no need to insult me is there? Has anyone got a decent answer?

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    If you dont want to break things then you'l want to take out the motheboard

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    Quote Originally Posted by marc_ellis
    I was simply asking a question, no need to insult me is there? Has anyone got a decent answer?
    Looking at the partlist, it comes with the same mounting clips as the 900U, which will work but have a tendancy to gradually slide outwards and will presumably eventually work loose - in short, yes but strongly not recommended.

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