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Old 04-06-2011, 05:46 PM   #1
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Default Dell XPS 720

Hi again everyone since having the new motherboard fitted to my Dell XPS 720 it has been running better than ever and I am very pleased with it I have found on eBay an XPS 720H2C cooling system and I would like to know if it is an easy job to fit to my ordinary XPS 720 I realise the best place to ask would be the Dell community forum but I have been trying to join for the last 6 months and I have no idea of what I am doing wrong but I fall at the last post it just tells me the my names have been accepted and the account is pending so I will probably die of old age before that happens anyway I digress what I need to know is it a simple job an idiot like myself could handle or if that is not known please offer advice on joining the dell community forum many thanks Chris

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Old 04-07-2011, 05:11 AM   #2
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as long as the case on the 720H2C and the 720 are the same, you should have no problems provided you know how to work with Dell coolers. Theres alot of green plastic involved usually.

Probably find installation instructions somewhere.
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