problem attaching waterblock

RADCOM

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First of all Hello y'all good to be back :)
I have an ASUS NCCH-Dl motherboard and I have just purchased a couple of NexXos XP Bold waterblocks. The problem is the backplate that came with the Asus doesn't fit the waterblock. Is there some sort of universal bracket that I can attach to the mb or do I need to get a backplate made up?

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mozzartusm

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Are you talking about something older than the 775 mobos? The chipsets on the 775's are definetly adaptable to Koolance waterblocks.

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Two words: thermal epoxy.

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etp777 is correct it's of that ilk. I don't want to stick it on I reckon I can get the guys in the BBC metal workshop to rustle me up some sort of semi permanent solution. Thanks for your help and suggestions thus far. Someone has suggested this:-http://www.cooltechnica.com/Merchant2/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Product_Code=AQX-SS304-USMA-WW&Category_Code=DTek-Access