Lucas Rezende

MasterAir Maker 8 - Gigabyte UD-3 X99

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Hey guys,

I have an important question: I bought the CPU Air Cooler Maker 8 today by internet so for sure that it dont arrived at home yet.

 

However, I m so excited and worried if there will be enough space to get install this CPU Air Cooler in my motherboard and Mid Tower??

 

Bellow the specifications: 

 

CoolerMaster Mid Tower HAF 912 (1 rear cooler, 2 front, 1 side and 2 up)

Gigabyte UD-3 X99 chipset

I75820k

Quad-channel (4x4Gb) HyperX 

970 GTX Gigabyte G1 Gaming

850 Watts Corsair

 

 

Ps: Sorry for my little english!

Thanks so much for cooperation and patience.

Sincerely,

Lucas Assad Rezende.

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Mohd Noh    179

Hey Man

 

Welcome to CM forum

 

MasterAir Maker 8 Spec : CPU Socket Intel® LGA 2011-v3 / 2011 / 1366 / 1156 / 1155 / 1151 / 1150 / 775 // AMD FM2+ / FM2 / FM1 / AM3+ / AM3 / AM2+ //

 

MasterAir Maker 8: Dimensions (LxWxH) 135 x 145 x 172 mm

 

 

Your motherboard : CPU Support for Intel® Core™ i7 processors in the LGA2011-3 package L3 cache varies with CPU

 
The HAF 912  : Maximum Compatibility VGA Card length :270.0mm // CPU cooler height:175.0mm
 
Ok above is your reference .. 
 
what we see from here ... all match .. no issue at all 
 
Any detail regarding this issue .. i would like to suggest you to contact Cooler Master Support services .
 
 
Hope this can help

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Hey man,

In the first moment, sorry for my too bad english.

The huge problem are the FOUR DDR4 predator HyperX gaming memories installed on the motherboard, two of each side between the processador socket :/

My question if these DDR4 gaming memories will ensure space for the two besides coolers of the Maker 8 worked?

My hope is about the Coolers of the Maker 8 can be adjustment to top. Correct?

Do you got it my question now? :)

If not, let me shared the picture of the computer inside.

Thanks so much for the reply!

Sincery,

Lucas.

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Mohd Noh    179

Hey man,

In the first moment, sorry for my too bad english.

The huge problem are the FOUR DDR4 predator HyperX gaming memories installed on the motherboard, two of each side between the processador socket :/

My question if these DDR4 gaming memories will ensure space for the two besides coolers of the Maker 8 worked?

My hope is about the Coolers of the Maker 8 can be adjustment to top. Correct?

Do you got it my question now? :)

If not, let me shared the picture of the computer inside.

Thanks so much for the reply!

Sincery,

Lucas.

 

lol you mean ... clearance between air maker with the ram ? 

 

ya true the air maker can adjust .... 

 

what kind ram you have ? and below is picture for your reference

 

post-91870-0-64295900-1472534143_thumb.jpg

 

post-91870-0-67987800-1472570126_thumb.jpg ( this photo i get  from Some one work at Cooler Master ) i miss this guy ... 

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Hey,
 
The 04 memories installed are DDR4 Predator HyperX.

As I said in the last reply, my question if there's enough space to install the Maker 8. Look at the pictures attached.

What do you think about the space? Its enough?

 

 

post-107926-0-36517700-1472575007_thumb.jpgpost-107926-0-36517700-1472575007_thumb.jpgpost-107926-0-49497200-1472575045_thumb.jpg

 

 

 

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Mohd Noh    179

thanks man .. for  the picture ...

 

As my first reply ... you can look that air maker 8 specs  no issue at all  ( The Air Maker 8 is compatible with your motherboard )

 

As my second reply ... first picture that the user allow to adjust the fans ... and the second picture is how to setup when the user have huge RAM

 

And i believe all as you mention is Compatible , just have to adjust ( slide up the fans ) if we have huge RAM :)

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