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  1. #1
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    Need help installing XP-90C in A8NSLi Premium

    In which direction should I install the XP-90C in an A8NSLI Premium?

    I was thinking of directing the heat pipes away from the RAM and towards the keyboard/mouse ports.

    The case is an Antec P160.

  2. #2
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    Re: Need help installing XP-90C in A8NSLi Premium

    The design is so the fan blows thru the fins & onto the mosfets to cool them & then the hot air is sucked out the back by a case exhaust fan .... just opposite of the way you want to install it, I do believe.

    HTH,

    SSV
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    NF4-4x / S64 3100+ Palermo 2.69G (9x297HT 4x) @ 1.55v / XP90 - Z92 / Patriot 3200LL 2.5-3-2-7 1t @ 3.05v / 243FSB / 1.6v NB / 1.25v LDT / MSI X800 PCI-E @ 440/420 / Seagate 100G + Maxtor 60G / HEC 585W

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    Re: Need help installing XP-90C in A8NSLi Premium

    WTF is this new adware picking up specs out of my sig & making hyperlinks?

    Now that's going just a little too far, don't ya think? I do.




    SSV
    GBA!


    NF2U-400 - DLT 1700+ 2.6G (11x236) @ 1.9v - SLK900A - TtSF2 - BT 3700 2-2-2-11 @ 2.92v - DC sync'd - 236FSB - 1.6v NB - ATi X850Pro @ 558/598 - WD 120G + Maxtor 30G - Lite-on DVD+/- R DL - TTGI/SF 550W

    NF4-4x / S64 3100+ Palermo 2.69G (9x297HT 4x) @ 1.55v / XP90 - Z92 / Patriot 3200LL 2.5-3-2-7 1t @ 3.05v / 243FSB / 1.6v NB / 1.25v LDT / MSI X800 PCI-E @ 440/420 / Seagate 100G + Maxtor 60G / HEC 585W

    Cheap thrills

  4. #4
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    Re: Need help installing XP-90C in A8NSLi Premium

    SSV is absolutely correct; that's how it was designed by Thermalright to function.

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