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I've got a GA-EP35-DS3R, an Intel Core2 Duo E4600 that are going into an Antec Three Hundred case.
My cpu cooler is a CM Hyper TX2.
Can I turn the TX2 so that the heated air is going towards the top of the case, where there is a 140mm fan, without having to make any modifications?
Thanks.
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Hi there,

I just had a look at the Cooler Master webpage as I have no experience with this heatsink.

It looks like the unit is designed to install in the standard Intel heatsink holes, so my guess is you could face it that way if you so choose.

I would personally have it facing backwards to have your hot air exit out the back fan instead of the top one, but it doesn't really matter.

As long as it's facing one of the fans, it will be setup good.

Cheers

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Troy,
Thanks for the advice.
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