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    View71 got a reaction from coyote in Core V71 Owner's Club   
    Hmm, ya, I see - why not just use small cable ties to fix the fans and you only need 2 ties (diagonal mount) for each fan.
     

     
     
     
     
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    View71 got a reaction from JaredB in View 71 Owner's Club   
    contact a local glass repair business and ask them since you still have a good door hence they can take it as a template. should not be a complicated matter.
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    View71 got a reaction from mjall in Core V71 Owner's Club   
    you can mount those fan (packs) anywhere as long as it fits - in case of replacement just watch the airflow hence blower/sucker - there is a small arrow printed showing direction.  
    https://www.techpowerup.com/forums/threads/fan-direction.44512/
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    View71 got a reaction from mjall in Core V71 Owner's Club   
    just put 1 (or 2) screws - should be good nuf  
     
    TT fan connectors use 1 more pin  - TT wants you to buy the complete fan pack including controller
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    View71 got a reaction from sono in Water 3.0 Riing RGB 360 AIO - 2 years on   
    Your Temp LOoks like a bit on the high side and 5GHz? Your reference score suggests you are close to 4.2 speed/performance
    This is my score below and CPU temperature ~60C is more reasonable than yours. Usually people with such high temps forgot to remove the very thin foil from the copper head/surface.

     
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    View71 reacted to sono in Water 3.0 Riing RGB 360 AIO - 2 years on   
    So I got around to doing this yesterday. Under CPU-Z stress test, i7700k overclocked to 5GHz runs stable to just under 75C now.. see CPU-Z and HWMonitor screenshot taken together
     

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    View71 got a reaction from sono in Water 3.0 Riing RGB 360 AIO - 2 years on   
    It is fairly simple to unmount the cooler head (4 screws) then remove/clean the old paste from both sides and apply a small blob new paste on the CPU - mount the cooler and that's it.. should not take any more than 30 minutes. No need to remove the CPU from its socket!
    Check the case fans and airways/filters too and remove dust mats if needed.
     
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    View71 got a reaction from kewlmunky in RGB 1.2.51 fault   
    It's a geek thing .. 1 computer... 1 cup holder
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