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I have the Sunbeamtech 6 channel fan controller, and would like 1 channel to control 3 fans at a time. Does anyone know what type of fan y-splitter I need if I wanted to do this?
    
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Ok so I didn't screw it up when i put it on there a few months back. The pump went out and i am trying to put on the stock cpu cooler on there until i get the replacement pump. I can not take off the backplate for the life of me. The only way I could get it off would be to use a screw driver and pry it off. I think they might have made the adhesive too strong. Any ideas on how to get it off? I am missing some major bf3 time here
It's very hard to get off, that's why most people don't use the adhesive. You can get started with a screw driver, then just slowly pull up. Just be careful not to mess up anything with the screw driver, or by pulling to fast.
Edited by Taylorsci - 9/28/11 at 1:00am
post #10023 of 13773
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It's very hard to get off, that's why most people don't use the adhesive. You can get started with a screw driver, then just slowly pull up. Just be careful not to mess up anything with the screw driver, or by pulling to fast.
Oh that sucks I used the adhesive strips haha.Looks like it will be permanently bonded with the motherboard now.
    
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Oh that sucks I used the adhesive strips haha.Looks like it will be permanently bonded with the motherboard now.
It's not too bad, I was a bit worried I was going to mess up my motherboard when I took it off though. I guess it's so hard to get off because of the high pressure from mounting and the long length of time it stays on.
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I have the Sunbeamtech 6 channel fan controller, and would like 1 channel to control 3 fans at a time. Does anyone know what type of fan y-splitter I need if I wanted to do this?
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Ok so I didn't screw it up when i put it on there a few months back. The pump went out and i am trying to put on the stock cpu cooler on there until i get the replacement pump. I can not take off the backplate for the life of me. The only way I could get it off would be to use a screw driver and pry it off. I think they might have made the adhesive too strong. Any ideas on how to get it off? I am missing some major bf3 time here
The same thing happened with my H50, so I didn't use it this time with the rasa kit, just held it while I started the screws. Just be real careful and take it off slowly with a small flat head.
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Good morning. I'm in the process of pricing out a WC option for my Antec Lanboy Air case. Currently I'm running a AMD Phenom II X6 1090T (not O/C'd) on a Asus M4A89GTD PRO/USB3. For cooling I have the standard Lanboy 120mm Fans and a CORSAIR H60 on the CPU. I'm just not too happy with the temps on the CPU with the H60, so I'm looking to go full WC.

After doing some research I've heard that a lot of folks are using this product but what concerns me is some of the reviews I've seen on Frozen PC so far about the pump giving out. So far the past 4 reviews on the 240 have mentioned that. So I wanted to get some feedback from you folks on how your products are doing. Also if someone has a M4A89GTD Pro, can you explain to me what you did to mount the water block? I've seen in the FAQ about modding the backplane which I'm not a big fan on doing. I like to keep things stock incase I need to swap out things.

Oh one last thing, is it worth the $$ to WC a EVGA Nvidia GTX 560 TI? I know they have some great fans on them and why spend the $$ if I don't have to. Thanks in advance....
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Same deal here I didn't see anything in the FAQ about changing pumps, but I did find on FrozenCPU they sell an upgrade for $160?????
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post #10029 of 13773
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Good morning. I'm in the process of pricing out a WC option for my Antec Lanboy Air case. Currently I'm running a AMD Phenom II X6 1090T (not O/C'd) on a Asus M4A89GTD PRO/USB3. For cooling I have the standard Lanboy 120mm Fans and a CORSAIR H60 on the CPU. I'm just not too happy with the temps on the CPU with the H60, so I'm looking to go full WC.

After doing some research I've heard that a lot of folks are using this product but what concerns me is some of the reviews I've seen on Frozen PC so far about the pump giving out. So far the past 4 reviews on the 240 have mentioned that. So I wanted to get some feedback from you folks on how your products are doing. Also if someone has a M4A89GTD Pro, can you explain to me what you did to mount the water block? I've seen in the FAQ about modding the backplane which I'm not a big fan on doing. I like to keep things stock incase I need to swap out things.

Oh one last thing, is it worth the $$ to WC a EVGA Nvidia GTX 560 TI? I know they have some great fans on them and why spend the $$ if I don't have to. Thanks in advance....
Yes I have seen some not many but people here that have there pumps go out in there kits but they all got there pumps RMA though XSPC with little or no problem.
As for the backplate there is none in the kit for AMD, most people just use the bolts that come with the kit or use the back plate from your CORSAIR H60 it will work just fine if you want to use it.
The video card can be watercooled but if your not gone to OC it and are not having problems with the stock cooler I would let it be.

P.S. nice case you have there
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Same deal here I didn't see anything in the FAQ about changing pumps, but I did find on FrozenCPU they sell an upgrade for $160?????
You cant change the pump there sealed in the reservior. But if you ever had or wanted to replace it. You can use These they work as good or better than what you get with the kit
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