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Tuniq Tower 120

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Ashura

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You can use any 120mm fan inside the Tuniq. The top panel of the heatsink is what the fan is attached to. Unscrew and pull that out, and you can do whatever you want with the fan.
 

machdown

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Ashura said:
You can use any 120mm fan inside the Tuniq. The top panel of the heatsink is what the fan is attached to. Unscrew and pull that out, and you can do whatever you want with the fan.

Hes right. Any 120mm can fit in there and you dont even have to remove the tuniq from the board into to replace the fan.
 

LDFiberman

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Ok guys.....
I dont' know if this has been asked before? But with this Tuniq 120 cooler, do you screw the tentions screws all the way down, as far as they will turn, or just when it feels shug on the cpu?

Thanks
 

jimmsch

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Only tighten it until you see the mobo start to bend slightly. Once this happens you are not going to get it seated any better to the CPU...maybe worse as the board bends.