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post #18531 of 28303
i have the h60, this looks neat, ill check it out later on.. im still waiting to get more screws from my local hardware, as corsair has messed up and they need to send enough screws to make this a push pull setup lololol
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I gotta go to the hardware store for four more screws on my H60 as well. I know its been answered before but what size screws do I need? Thanks?
post #18533 of 28303
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Originally Posted by Majin SSJ Eric;13937346 
I gotta go to the hardware store for four more screws on my H60 as well. I know its been answered before but what size screws do I need? Thanks?

6-32 by 1 1/4.
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post #18534 of 28303
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Originally Posted by Majin SSJ Eric;13937346 
I gotta go to the hardware store for four more screws on my H60 as well. I know its been answered before but what size screws do I need? Thanks?

I had to get 2" 6/32's for the fan + 38mm shroud... Any extra space I just put several nuts on... My home depot only had 1" and 2" 6/32's that's y there's extra

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Similar to mine^^^^ but i cheated and used insulation tape biggrin.gif

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post #18536 of 28303
Thanks guys!
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Originally Posted by elektrohora;13931831 
Hi, I am going to modify my h60 and wanted to ask if someone knows which tube goes "to" the block/pump and which goes "from" block/pump or which should go to a reservoir and which to the rad. Thanks smile.gif

I'd imagine the flow would be the same as through H50, whatever, you want Pump to> Rad to> Res to Pump. That gives cooler water going from rad to res, then to pump to res lol. That way you are not passing boiling water around your case to the res. See my H50 Pic

Also do a dummy run like I did here to test flow (tubes are wrong there for my res) but hope that helps smile.gif

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I've heard bad stories about using die. However it looks very good indeed.
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post #18539 of 28303
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Where did you get that chair?
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Originally Posted by Mergatroid;13932117 
You betcha. My main case is a 600T, and I have an H70 mounted in the top. It was not a "plug and play" mounting. The memory on my mobo got in the way of the bottom fan so I had to mod the case a little to move the H70 enough to avoid the RAM. However, the H50 is smaller. You may be able to fit it with push/pull without modding the case.

Here's a pic of the H70 mounted at the top of the 600T:

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And here's a pic of how I had to offset the entire assembly by about an inch to avoid my memory:

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Ignore the fan orientation. I was using it as intake, but I have since changed it to exhaust.

I have just changed my H50 rad to the top of the my 600T. I can confirm for the H50, you will need to offset the rad, like Mergatroid did, as well (if you plan on a push/pull config).

With my new setup, I have gotten away from the push/pull config. With my current setup and airflow I am noticing zero benefit with the push/pull. It almost seemed as if the push/pull was restricting airflow through the rad. I am sure that with a fan shroud this would not be the case. However, I have no plans to build a gigantic monstrosity of shrouds/fans etc... I'm trying to bring the system back to the basics and it seems to be working. Current temps: Ambient Temp: 20C // CPU Idle: 26C // CPU Load (45min Prime95): 46C
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