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Point it like this (with the fans facing downward)? Or can you use the included screws to directly mount the screws on to the top fan holes, never attempted this and I would assume its a bit unsafe?


Or with the fillport facing the bottom?

Edited by X-Alt - 1/15/14 at 2:36pm
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post #8742 of 20904
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Point it like this (with the fans facing downward)? Or can you use the included screws to directly mount the screws on to the top fan holes, never attempted this and I would assume its a bit unsafe?


Or with the fillport facing the bottom?

You don't want the fill-port facing down because this can eventually lead to issues with air getting into the pump once evaporation starts to set in.
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post #8743 of 20904
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You don't want the fill-port facing down because this can eventually lead to issues with air getting into the pump once evaporation starts to set in.
So set it on the top, but how do I screw the fans in without having to remove them? Use the short screws on the top holes?

You see those unused holes on the top of the fan, can they be used to secure the rad without using long screws to go all the way in?

Edited by X-Alt - 1/15/14 at 2:44pm
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post #8744 of 20904
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So set it on the top, but how do I screw the fans in without having to remove them? Use the short screws on the top holes?

Right, just use the short black screws to attach the fans to your case.
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post #8745 of 20904
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So set it on the top, but how do I screw the fans in without having to remove them? Use the short screws on the top holes?

You can do it that way, I used the long screws, but I also changed fans and did them in pull.
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Right, just use the short black screws to attach the fans to your case.
Alright, so no need to unscrew the fan (I h8 trying to keep the rad and the fan steady, especially since my 750D needs to offset it) thanks for your help thumb.gif
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Right, just use the short black screws to attach the fans to your case.

Hey Bram, I've been having no luck PWM controlling my pump, and its been making a ticking noise that comes and goes. I'm considering exchanging it tonight since I'm still within my 15 days to do so.

That sounds like a good reason to right?
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Yes, the new MCP50X will fit on the H220 housing.

Bryan. Tell me when and how I can buy this housing from MCP50X and immediately you will get my money:D. Only this is stopping me to upgrade my Rig. Don't worry about the stand for pump. I already made a good solution for my case. thumb.gif

BTW. Did You get my e-mail??

Just in case.

I want remove this part from H220/320 (copper block and pump top with housing, will left pump main unit with whole impeller only):



And put only top of the pump (on the red) from MCP50X. It looks just the same with H220 unit (especially the inlet with stabilization od impeller shaft):



If it will be possible - you have my money.thumb.gif

My god if it will be possible I don't need to buy new pump. Especially when H220/320 pump will not have restrictive CPU's copper block the coolant flow will be bigger.
Edited by Lord Nikkon - 1/15/14 at 3:45pm
post #8749 of 20904
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Hey Bram, I've been having no luck PWM controlling my pump, and its been making a ticking noise that comes and goes. I'm considering exchanging it tonight since I'm still within my 15 days to do so.

That sounds like a good reason to right?

Yes, if you are doing everything correctly and still can't control the speed of your pump, then I would suggest returning it.

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Bryan. Tell me when and how I can buy this housing from MCP50X and immediately you will get my money:D. Only this is stopping me to upgrade my Rig. Don't worry about the stand for pump. I already made a good solution for my case. thumb.gif

BTW. Did You get my e-mail??

These will be available at the end of March/ early April time frame. What email are you asking about? I've been pretty busy lately helping a family member move so I haven't had much time after work. I'll check my email and get back to you.
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post #8750 of 20904
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Alright, so no need to unscrew the fan (I h8 trying to keep the rad and the fan steady, especially since my 750D needs to offset it) thanks for your help thumb.gif

If you're using the fans in the stock direction and location, you don't have to remove them from the rad. Leave the screws holding them to the rad in there and use the fat, short screws to screw to fans to the top of the case.
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