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    Do I need another rad to extend my Eiswolf GTX-Pro loop to my Intel 6700K CPU?

    Thank you for that. This would require me removing the 2x 120mm fans that are currently intaking air to the case. Would you configure the front to pull air in and the top to push air out?
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    Can't fully assemble my Eiswolf GTX-Pro M02 on my AMD Radeon VII

    Sure! Actually, no, the website says the files are too large, so: As you can see, actually neither of the two screws at the bottom of the GPU die are screwed in all the way to the back plate. The higher angle can see how I have damaged the screws a little trying to tighten them.
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    Do I need another rad to extend my Eiswolf GTX-Pro loop to my Intel 6700K CPU?

    Hello, Thomas! Thank you for your fast reply! It is an Eiswolf 240 GPX-Pro for the Radeon VII. The second release ;) 2x240 rads is a lot! Would it all fit into my case? It is a Corsair Graphite 760T
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    Can't fully assemble my Eiswolf GTX-Pro M02 on my AMD Radeon VII

    Hi! I was very lucky and found a place that sold me an AIO for my MSI Radeon VII. In the two attempths I've made to assemble the cooler on the card, I cannot screw in two of the screws, despite all the other screws going all the way in. The two screw holes are at the ones at the bottom of the...
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    Do I need another rad to extend my Eiswolf GTX-Pro loop to my Intel 6700K CPU?

    Hi! I've got an AMD Radeon VII with a Eiswolf GTX-Pro M02 and I also have an Intel 6700K with a Corsair AIO unit (can't remember the model, but it's a 120mm push/pull setup. I might want to replace the 5 year old CPU AIO by extending it into the Eiswolf loop, but will I need another radiator...
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