Installation and Finished Product
The backplate is designed to go around the sockets so that there is no interference or anything to set the plate askew. For our Intel motherboard, we use the slots at the four corners then screw down the back plate until you run out of threads and it is locked as tight as can be.
To lock the back plate onto the motherboard, you must install nylon washers and standoffs, which is what the screws attach too. Once done there, you set the top plate onto the standoffs, and secure it with another set of shorter screws. Also notice, that no matter how the top plate is installed, it has mounting holes for the block in all directions.
We applied some thermal paste to the top of the CPU, and it is time to mount the block. With a pair of screws going through the tabs of the block, you send the screws all the way in, and you are almost ready to get to cooling.
With the motherboard installed and the radiator mounted into the chassis, we are ready to see what is what. Upon initial powering of the Orcus 360 RBW, we can see that the RGB lighting is displaying all of the colors in a rotary pattern around the inside of the block, which matches what is happening with the fans. Aesthetically, the Orcus 360 RBW has been worth the effort, as it is a beautiful presentation to start with.
Last updated: Nov 15, 2019 at 01:16 pm CST
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