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post #1021 of 6063
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I see, so I did not receive a busted y cable right? lol Great, I'll plug it into my push pull and see how it goes =) thanks a mil.
You're welcome, it should work fine
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I bought the 620, however I can't mount the backplate onto my motherboard (Asrock Z68 Extreme4). The holes on the backplate just don't line up with my mobo at all.

Has anyone else encountered this and is there a way around it? I am stuck with a seemingly useless product right now.
Finally got the bloody thing mounted today. Had to use the socket 775 holes in the backplate to get it to align with my mobo.

Temps are decent so far; not exceeding 60 degrees, with my cpu @ 4.4ghz on 1.3v.

    
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post #1023 of 6063
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Finally got the bloody thing mounted today. Had to use the socket 775 holes in the backplate to get it to align with my mobo.

Temps are decent so far; not exceeding 60 degrees, with my cpu @ 4.4ghz on 1.3v.

http://iforce.co.nz/i/mddumvfy.omk.jpg
it was a Awkward fit on my AM3 board as well. When I 1st tried to install it, none of the holes would line up EXACTLY, til I screwed one screw in at a time. Once all of them were in about 1/2 way down, I could put my fingers on each of the screws, and gently pull them to a straight up position. Of course, it would have been alot easier had I done a trial install with the double sided foam tape still covered, that way it wouldn't have been stuck slightly offset from the holes in the 1st place
    
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it was a Awkward fit on my AM3 board as well. When I 1st tried to install it, none of the holes would line up EXACTLY, til I screwed one screw in at a time. Once all of them were in about 1/2 way down, I could put my fingers on each of the screws, and gently pull them to a straight up position. Of course, it would have been alot easier had I done a trial install with the double sided foam tape still covered, that way it wouldn't have been stuck slightly offset from the holes in the 1st place
Mine seemed to work straight away, but mines actually an am3+
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Yeah mine is kind of crooked too but the holes line up good. No worries.
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In my quest to put a 620 on a gtx 480 I popped off one of the screw heads. Does anyone know what the side screws to the housing are for on the 620?

I popped one of the screw heads off (right side pictured) and am curious if there is any harm done.



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In my quest to put a 620 on a gtx 480 I popped off one of the screw heads. Does anyone know what the side screws to the housing are for on the 620?

I popped one of the screw heads off (right side pictured) and am curious if there is any harm done.

http://img525.imageshack.us/img525/4710/dsc00588i.jpg
http://img412.imageshack.us/img412/121/dsc00589aw.jpg
alright, I've seen your posts before, and I am going to geive you a educated guess.

most of the screws I broke the head off of in anything, they were threaded in both pieces. That means, even though the head is no longer intact, the treads of the screw should still hold it in place.

Now, are you posting because it is leaking already? If so, then you have to get that out nd replace it. from what I can tell it holds the bracket in that the hoses pivot on. when lose, in theory, the hoses will start to losen. just keep tabs on it, you start to see moisture, take it back out, and get a set of reverse drill bits, (good luck with that). Nothing more I can tell ya, cause your using it for something it wasn't ment to be used for.
    
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alright, I've seen your posts before, and I am going to geive you a educated guess.

most of the screws I broke the head off of in anything, they were threaded in both pieces. That means, even though the head is no longer intact, the treads of the screw should still hold it in place.

Now, are you posting because it is leaking already? If so, then you have to get that out nd replace it. from what I can tell it holds the bracket in that the hoses pivot on. when lose, in theory, the hoses will start to losen. just keep tabs on it, you start to see moisture, take it back out, and get a set of reverse drill bits, (good luck with that). Nothing more I can tell ya, cause your using it for something it wasn't ment to be used for.
Thanks, thats exactly what im doing-keeping an eye on it. Was trying to find some pics of the unit dissembled so i can see whats under the cap.
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Rage, you should still have some threads left exposed. If you can, go to a home depot and get a thin nut and see if you tighten it onto what little is left of the treads. Even if you can grab a little of the threads it may be enough. If you dont plan on ever taking the hoses off and get abit of grab some crazyglue may just be enough.
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Rage, you should still have some threads left exposed. If you can, go to a home depot and get a thin nut and see if you tighten it onto what little is left of the treads. Even if you can grab a little of the threads it may be enough. If you dont plan on ever taking the hoses off and get abit of grab some crazyglue may just be enough.
Yeah I may just do that. Im thinking i may want to rotate the pump assembly and run the tubing parallel to the card. A tube on each side of the fan. I would have to dremel out the inside of the cover a bit to insure that the tubes don't rub on the fan.
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