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Tuesday, 28 February 2012 11:17

CPU coolers retain compatibility with Socket 2011 - Thermalright HR-02 - Corsair socekt 2011 mounting kit

Written by Sanjin Rados

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Review: All you need are four new screws


Included with the H80 and H100 are four standoffs that have a shorter wider end. These are for socket 2011. To get these parts for H70 and H60 you can create an RMA (for free), and the description section states that you only need the mounting parts (H40 an H50 are not supported). Corsair also offers two CPU coolers in its Air Series but for the time being there is no support for Socket 2011.

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