SilverStone Tundra Series TD03-Lite AIO CPU Cooler Review




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Installation


The fan was very easy to install, just four screws and you’re done. Of course, you can mount the fan on the other side if needed and there’s small screws included to mount the radiator directly to your chassis.

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The universal backplate couldn’t be any easier and it’s design so that it is obvious which way you need to orientate it.

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There are four plastic spacers that need placing over the screw from the backplate; pretty easy to far.

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Apply your thermal paste, then simply screw the pump onto the four screws on the motherboard using the included bolts. The whole process took me about five minutes, although it may take a few minutes more to install it into a chassis rather than an open air test bench.

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One Response to “SilverStone Tundra Series TD03-Lite AIO CPU Cooler Review”
  1. noname says:

    How much is it? Where can i buy it

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