The Corator DS we received is an LGA 2011-specific model, containing nothing more than a set of nuts and standoffs to connect its universal-pattern Intel LGA brackets.
Standoffs screw into the LGA 2011 interface's included threads (foreground), and the cross brackets are then screwed onto them (background).
The Corator DS’ factory-mounted bracket then screws onto the cross brackets from the kit. What appear to be spring-loaded screws are actually threaded tubes, with a hexagonal cap and a #2 Phillips socket atop each.
The Corator DS’ single fan clips between its twin radiators, and plugging it into the motherboard power header completes the installation process.
- LGA 2011: No Boxed Solution, Pick Your Own Instead
- Installing Akasa's Venom Voodoo
- Installing Arctic Cooling's Freezer i30
- Installing Cooler Master's Hyper 212 Evo
- Installing Coolink's Corator DS
- Installing Corsair's Air Series A70
- Installing Deepcool's (Gamerstorm) Assassin
- Installing Enermax's ETS-T40
- Installing Gelid's GX-7
- Installing Noctua's NH-D14
- Installing Phantek's PH-TC14PE
- Installing SilenX's EFZ-120HA5
- Installing Thermalright's Archon SB-E
- Installing Xigmatek's Venus XP-SD1266
- Installing Zalman's CNPS12X
- Test Settings And Benchmarks
- Benchmark Results: Cooling And Fan Speed
- Benchmark Results: Noise And Acoustic Efficiency
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