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Old 5th July 2007, 17:28   #1
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Default Swiftech offers free Socket 775 adaptors

The socket 775 motherboard back plate kit is now available and compatible with all Apogee series Waterblocks. It allows a safe 'hard mount' of all Apogee series Waterblocks for an optimum contact patch without excessive bend of the motherboard. It includes a specially designed back plate compatible with all known socket 775 motherboards at the time of release. Special attention was given to clear all the small components located behind the motherboard, such as those present in the early versions of the EVGA i680 board.

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