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Post Dragon F1 Extreme Mounting for Socket 1156

Here is the bolt pattern to follow for socket 1156 backplate mounting for the Dragon F1 Extreme by K|ngp|n Cooling:



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nice guide Kal... much help
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thnk you thank you thank you!! Like I said over at your forum this is needed over here for some guys
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Eh, oh, thanks go to Vince for making his premium products available to a wider segment of overclockers.
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just to note with the Msi bios the core max is 1600 and ram is 2600 a little over the top but as you can see its unlocked ive also found that theres no need to modified the .cfg file in msi afterbuner to set higher clocks
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Not sure what this has to do with 1156 mounting but, OK! i'll keep that in mind.
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Nice job, but looks like you bent the screws a little... is that just a little wear and tear, or is that from the 1156 mount?

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Nice job, but looks like you bent the screws a little... is that just a little wear and tear, or is that from the 1156 mount?

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My mounting rods are all sorts of bent up like that. After a few years they get a bit screwy
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Thats normal wear and tear for the rods.
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Just wanted to drop you a message, to let you know, that your little how-to saves my a** every time. Still have to look up the correct mounting for 1156.

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