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H220 push Configuration?

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Has anyone done their h220 as a push configuration? I can't see any method to do it that doesn't involve installing the rad upside down (fill port hanging underneath), unless that's what the longer silver screws are for (can't imagine they are). So yeah just curious if any of you have accomplished this, and how
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Im sorry I do not have an H220 but I would imagine its like any other AIO, can the fans not be removed on it and just put on the reverse side? It should have screw holes on both sides of the rad
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Yes they can but one end of the rad has a raised portion, so when there are fans on top they are flush with the top of the case, but if there are no fans up top the radiator cannot be flush with the case. Starting to think if I want any push at all it'll have to be a full on push/pull, but you'd think there would be more hubbub on the forums if the rad didn't support a push configuration since it is so standard. By default it pulls air into the case and across the rad, and I think that's a terrible setup.
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