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Re: I have Aurora R7 how does one tell if its liquid cooled?

Hey guys, I apologize I didn't see this thread until a little while ago for some reason.

I feel foolish, I thought I mentioned this somewhere but it looks like I didn't . I have a R8 and not a R7.

This is the description of my power supply it says under the "System config" when I look up my computer on the Dell website:

 

Part Number
Quantity
Description
3D4FK
1
INFORMATION, CHASSIS, ANWFXCOLOR, ANDROMEDA
MH0HN
1
ASSEMBLY, HEATSINK, CENTRAL PROCESSOR UNIT, 95W, L-COOLER, R6
P142N
2
SCREW, M2X2.5MM, FLAT HEAD, MACHINE SCREW, C1018
1W428
6
SCREW, 6-32X1/4", HEXHEAD, THREAD FORMED, ZINC PLATED STEEL, BLACK
8R0PF
1
ASSEMBLY, BEZEL, OPTICAL DEVICE DRIVE, WITH LATCH, R5
D2N2K
1
ASSEMBLY, CHASSIS, PWA INTEGRATED, 850W, BRONZE, OPTICAL DEVICE DRIVE, R8
F484V
1
ASSEMBLY, BRACKET, THERMAL, LIQD, 95W, CENTRAL PROCESSOR UNIT, R5
J46J2
1
ASSEMBLY, HEATSINK, VIDEO RESOLUTION, CENTRAL PROCESSOR UNIT, 95W, R5
DU124
1
INFORMATION, EXTREME PERFORMANCE SYSTEM, 720, H2C

Here are screen shot of what the "Thermal" section looks like

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