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post #11 of 14
part of the reply from Koolance
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if you're concerned about the heat your pump is producing, a heatsink is a good way to reduce it.

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Nick

www.koolance.com

On my res the pumps mount up top. Might pick up the heat sinks with my next order.
post #12 of 14
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I'll grab a couple of the swiftech heatsinks and see how they fit. Since my loop is already filled, will I need to take the pumps apart or anything or do they just screw into the back?
post #13 of 14
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Originally Posted by xyeLz View Post

I'll grab a couple of the swiftech heatsinks and see how they fit. Since my loop is already filled, will I need to take the pumps apart or anything or do they just screw into the back?

The instructions (I don't have mine yet so I do not have personal experience) show they mount to the two holes in the bottom, not the holes that mount the top. Should be no need to take the pump apart.
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Yea, the swifty heatsink mounts onto two accessory holes (on all swifty ddc pumps) with the thermal pad, and it has these spider legs that it sits on lol.
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