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Reeven NAIA 240 CPU Cooler Review (Page 5)

By Chad Sebring from Feb 22, 2018 @ 18:00 CST
TweakTown Rating: 97%Manufacturer: Reeven

Installation and Finished Product




For LGA 115X installation, we keyed up the threaded rods with the grooves next to each mounting hole. Once they are locked into the grooves, you then slide the thick rubber washer over each stud, which will hold them in place so that you can install it behind the motherboard as we have.





Once the backplate is in place, slide on the white plastic spacers, and then line up the top bracket with the block mounting holes in any direction that works best. Once completed, you need to screw the nuts down to make all of the hardware one solid component.




Only so that the nameplate on the top looked proper, we chose to install the block as many likely will. You just alternate between the two screws which lock the plastic bracket to the metal one below it, and you are nearly ready to use it.




Since this is an AIO, you must also install the radiator first, connect the fans and the head unit to power, and if you haven't opened the radiator or head unit, you will be good to go with the use of the Naia 240.




If you do plan to add coolant, or it comes a time where you have settled on a color to dye it, the plastic container housing the hardware also becomes the drip tray. This way you can use the adapter, power the loop, and if it does leak, you are safe from having a major incident on your hands.

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