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Aerogate II-?


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Anyone with an Aerogate II? How do you connect cpu sensor? The cable sensor is too thick to laydown between socket and cpu. Any other way?
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Hi

According to Cooler Master, it can be attached in one of 2 ways, depending on the type of CPU you have. If you have an exposed core CPU (with a raised die in the centre), you should be able to attach it to the top of the cpu next to the die. NOT TO THE DIE ITSELF OBVIOUSLY!! Failing that, you can attach it to the heatsink.

Check out the link below to Cooler Masters info on this. Be aware however, that these instructions are for the aerogate III not the aerogate II as there was no information about attaching the sensor for this model on their website. You may find that the sensor cable on the aerogate II does not fit under the heatsink regardless of the cpu type. It would be perfectly safe however to attach it to the heatsink.

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Thanks Samm.
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