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Does anyone know if swift tech or any other company makes a heat sink for these pumps running 2 with the series top ? I know they have the ones for the pumps single but there to big to run with the top.
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post #2 of 15
Swiftech are developing a Heatsink for them Link

Alternatively you could use RAMsinks or something similar
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post #3 of 15
Or you could use a pair of these with very slight modification on one of the koolance housings for fitment.

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Or you could use a pair of these with very slight modification on one of the koolance housings for fitment.
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Aye! Them koolance sinks work sooo much better than the Swiftech. The Swiftech actually mounts via pad on the plastic housing, which is pretty damn counter to good heat transfer. Doh. And the Swiftech sinks are MASSIVE. Packaging is the whole point with DDC pumps and with that sink you sort of toss away the essence of the compactness of a DDC.
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So would you say im better off at snaging up 2 of these koolance heatsinks or better off and wait for the daul sink from swifttech to come out ? also what kind of modding is needed to make them fit ?
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I bought one of the swiftech sinks because it was like 12 bucks, but I prefer the koolance sinks much better. Modding wise, you just have to dremel off one of the tabs on the sink. It should take less than 3 mins of dremel time and when you go to line it up it will be obvious what you have to trim off.

*See those four screws on the right side of my pic? See that tab that folds up from the base? There's a tab on the other side as well, and when you line both sinks/pumps up, two tabs is too wide so you just cut one of the tabs off.
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It does in theory void the warranty on the pumps. Although I did do the same thing w/ the dual EK top and two MCP35x. I love the way the Koolance sinks look.

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Or you could use a pair of these with very slight modification on one of the koolance housings for fitment.
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That looks really good, so mechanical and robot like..thumb.gif
    
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post #10 of 15
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It does in theory void the warranty on the pumps. Although I did do the same thing w/ the dual EK top and two MCP35x. I love the way the Koolance sinks look.
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Great! thumb.gif

I already have a PMP400 with a Koolance Heatsink, and i'm gonna buy another one with the EK Dual DCC top V2.

Is it possible to mount the heatsink with the screw holes bracket facing another direction or the only mounting option is one in your photo?
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