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Threadripper cooler on 3800x

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Posted · Original PosterOP

hi, basically im fucked, cuz im too stupid to read the item description before buying. im using a 570x tomahawk mobo with 3800x. is it possible to use the dark rock pro tr4 as a cooler? using noctua mount kits or anything. god please help. i cant return this thing costs more than the item around 200$. i offered it on some scuffed online market, still no buyers. im in oman right now soo basically completely fucked..all i got is amazon. heeeeeeeeeeeelp!

 

edit: i tried this but the nut screw is missing i ordered a kit from amazon ama try to put it on.  no audio 

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You can't because TR4 is a completely different socket


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You're basically screwed. Try selling it on reddit might get most of the money back. Ebay is complete shit especially in the middle east and africa. try /rhardwaresales tho.

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If you have the resources to make your own custom mounting bracket it looks to me like there enough room on all sides for it to physically fit. You just need something to apply downwards pressure.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
12 hours ago, Windows7ge said:

If you have the resources to make your own custom mounting bracket it looks to me like there enough room on all sides for it to physically fit. You just need something to apply downwards pressure.

yeah m8 look lol ama try to find me a mechanic or just use the noctua nuts screws. trying to figure something out. check these vids

https://imgur.com/gallery/bjUhPbp

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18 minutes ago, jomme said:

yeah m8 look lol ama try to find me a mechanic or just use the noctua nuts screws. trying to figure something out. check these vids

https://imgur.com/gallery/bjUhPbp

https://imgur.com/gallery/2v2rO2E

I think it's doable. A machine shop would be better than a mechanic if you can find it. That or some sheet metal and power tools will get it done. Won't be as pretty though.


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