cRadia Flex

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cRadia Flex Continued

Moving past the fan controller and onto the meaty section of the cooler, you can see a small screw on either side fitted to an indented section. When unscrewed slightly, you can move these screws up and down the area which controls the placement of the cooler’s main feet. Move them to the “top” and the cooler will be at it’s most extreme angle. Move them to the bottom, and the cooler will be almost horizontal.

Height Adjustment >
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Height Adjustment
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Flex Tilted
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At the far end of the cooler are two USB ports which are used to power the Flex by connecting it to your notebook using the supplied USB cables.

USB Sockets
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On the underside of the Flex you can see how everything works. The two sliding drawers, the two large feet, the clear fan blades, and the cables leading to the fan controller. When put upright, all of this is nicely hidden by the black frame which gives the cooler a nicely “flushed” feel.

cRadia Flex Underside
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Clear Fan Blades
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Fan Controller Underside
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Last modified: August 15, 2011

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