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I just did this today, 2 Gtx460 cyclones are now Gtx460 (H60 editions) smile.gif

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Edited to add folding temps on the new fermi WU's

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Edited by Hacksword - 3/6/12 at 1:02pm
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Nice job Hacksword, Two H60s, very nice. I notice your zippys have been done differently, is there a reason you did them like that?


+reps for you
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that h60 mounting bracket is easier to work with than the a620. Nice modding hacksword thumb.gif
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Nice job Hacksword, Two H60s, very nice. I notice your zippys have been done differently, is there a reason you did them like that?
+reps for you

Until after I had done the mod, I wasn't aware that there was a standard. smile.gif I just thought about this when I woke up and saw my un-used H60 sitting on the shelf, thought if I can get this to work, I am going to go get another and do them both, as you can see, I got it working tongue.gif
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Stay tuned?

I wouldn't make too much of it. As is Asetek has been making cpu coolers with a 240 and 180 rad. You couldn't buy one if you wanted to. Unless Antec or someone picks it up you'll never find one retail.
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Pre-looped pictures. I have no way to fill it O.o gonna look for a funnel and some distilled water ><<br /> 399
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Originally Posted by Hacksword View Post

Until after I had done the mod, I wasn't aware that there was a standard. smile.gif I just thought about this when I woke up and saw my un-used H60 sitting on the shelf, thought if I can get this to work, I am going to go get another and do them both, as you can see, I got it working tongue.gif

Nice work man thumb.gif

I dont know which I like better, your mod or your.... avi! lachen.gif
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Cant you just do this to fill a closed loop without a reservoir:
1. get a bucket of the solution you want, 1gal or whatever, just big enough to fit the radiator.
2. Submerge the radiator
3. Hookup 1 tube to the radiator, preferably the tube that goes from the pump into the radiator.
4. Have the other hose hooked up to the pump and submerge the other open end of the hose into the bucket, so the pump when on will draw water from the bucket.
5. Run the loop. Turn the radiator however you want just make sure its submerged, keep the other hose in the water so the pump sucks up more water.
6. Once you feel there's no air bubbles in the line connect the hose to the other barb on the radiator while underwater, loop closed, no bubbles, walla....


That's what i'd do if I changed anything on my loop. No need for a reservoir...

Hope that helps.
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Cant you just do this to fill a closed loop without a reservoir:
1. get a bucket of the solution you want, 1gal or whatever, just big enough to fit the radiator.
2. Submerge the radiator
3. Hookup 1 tube to the radiator, preferably the tube that goes from the pump into the radiator.
4. Have the other hose hooked up to the pump and submerge the other open end of the hose into the bucket, so the pump when on will draw water from the bucket.
5. Run the loop. Turn the radiator however you want just make sure its submerged, keep the other hose in the water so the pump sucks up more water.
6. Once you feel there's no air bubbles in the line connect the hose to the other barb on the radiator while underwater, loop closed, no bubbles, walla....
That's what i'd do if I changed anything on my loop. No need for a reservoir...
Hope that helps.

Sounds legit to me.
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Originally Posted by Cakewalk_S View Post

Cant you just do this to fill a closed loop without a reservoir:
1. get a bucket of the solution you want, 1gal or whatever, just big enough to fit the radiator.
2. Submerge the radiator
3. Hookup 1 tube to the radiator, preferably the tube that goes from the pump into the radiator.
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5. Run the loop. Turn the radiator however you want just make sure its submerged, keep the other hose in the water so the pump sucks up more water.
6. Once you feel there's no air bubbles in the line connect the hose to the other barb on the radiator while underwater, loop closed, no bubbles, walla....
That's what i'd do if I changed anything on my loop. No need for a reservoir...
Hope that helps.

+1 thumb.gif


My friend and I tried this recently and had no problems at all ... then he decided 2 try remove his IHS and well ... now he is ordering a new card ... hahahaha ....
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