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Could somebody tell me whether the h60 will line up with holes in the the 670 pcb? I want to try this mod, but I want to get it fixed on there properly. Otherwise I won't start the mod... thanks


Its hard to say, if your looking to use parts included with the clc kit to attach pump to card....., there is too many cards to say which works perfect with included parts. If your going to zipstrap or use a custom bracket then its not really a problem. The Mod is more or less universal but don't do it if your not comfortable modding. Modding is not a perfect art, you may find your situation slightly different to others using a H60.
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hope ur right about that tongue.gif
http://www.overclock.net/t/1203528/official-nvidia-gpu-mod-club-aka-the-mod/2690#post_18875889

thats the link to my post with pics of my system after the rig. you can see the 2 cards, still with a 2 slot gap.
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Ok. What did you mean by "if the hoses exit from the pump bottom" ? Where is the pump bottom? Or do you mean if the rad is below the pump?
I thought air will be mostly trapped in the rad if it is placed horizontally whether above or below the pump?
Any ideas on my thread here: www.overclock.net/t/1347517/arctic-cooling-accelero-hybrid-cooler-pump-noise ?

"Bottom" as in gravity. Sky up, Earth down.

Air rises to the top of the water chamber it is in. It can get trapped in a rad that is below the pump, especially if the rad is not level or smooth inside. It might help to deliberately make the rad unlevel with some spacers (washers on the mounting screws).

As to your thread... I have not had that experience. It's reported on NewEgg H20 620 reviews and customers have RMA'd the units. Could a bubble be too small to stop the pumping, but still mess with the pump speed?
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Originally Posted by NorKris View Post

does this make the card a 3slot card? or will it say a 2slot?
I think it would go into the third slot a bit. If you get the fan bracket without a bent lip on it and a slim fan, it can stay at 2 slots, though.
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"Bottom" as in gravity. Sky up, Earth down.
Air rises to the top of the water chamber it is in. It can get trapped in a rad that is below the pump, especially if the rad is not level or smooth inside. It might help to deliberately make the rad unlevel with some spacers (washers on the mounting screws).
As to your thread... I have not had that experience. It's reported on NewEgg H20 620 reviews and customers have RMA'd the units. Could a bubble be too small to stop the pumping, but still mess with the pump speed?

But that is what we want right? For air to be trapped in the radiator? So that means there is nothing wrong if the radiator is placed horizontally below (in the bottom fan slot) the pump?

Ahh but for a normal pump that is working flawlessly, will you hear anything at all?
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Ahh but for a normal pump that is working flawlessly, will you hear anything at all?

My Seidon pump is also making the same noise as previously posted.

Are these basically silent when working properly? or not?

After a quick google it seems a lot of the corsair guys experienced similar but that was theorised to be from over rotation of the pump and they used a step down resistor to drop voltage to 11v or similar. I connected the pump to a fan controller and although I can make the noise go away at slower speeds temps increase a few degrees.

I have oriented the PC upside down, on it's side and on it's back, next step is to pull the pump out, connect it to a fan header then shake the piss out of it while keeping the radiator higher in the loop?

Have to say, performance isn't actually affected - idle temps always equalise to the AC very quickly and load is still 44-45 degrees.
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My Seidon pump is also making the same noise as previously posted.
Are these basically silent when working properly? or not?
After a quick google it seems a lot of the corsair guys experienced similar but that was theorised to be from over rotation of the pump and they used a step down resistor to drop voltage to 11v or similar. I connected the pump to a fan controller and although I can make the noise go away at slower speeds temps increase a few degrees.
I have oriented the PC upside down, on it's side and on it's back, next step is to pull the pump out, connect it to a fan header then shake the piss out of it while keeping the radiator higher in the loop?
Have to say, performance isn't actually affected - idle temps always equalise to the AC very quickly and load is still 44-45 degrees.

Is yours audible from the outside when installed installed in the case though?
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Yeah, not hella loud but definitely noticeable when everything is at idle.
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Yeah, not hella loud but definitely noticeable when everything is at idle.

Hmmm, I too am wondering what kind of sound should one be expecting for these AIO pumps. This is my first one so I cannot compare.
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Hmmm, I too am wondering what kind of sound should one be expecting for these AIO pumps. This is my first one so I cannot compare.

I didn't find mine loud at all ... I can't hear it over any fans even at the lowest setting on my fan controller
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