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post #1871 of 6068
i picked up the 620 few days ago. read through most of the comments in this thread specifically looking for identical screws for push/pull. i found some at the antec (8 screw / washer $4) store but its out of stock for now.

http://store.antec.com/Product/accessory-spare_parts/fan-screws-30mm-panhead/SPAREP-00515.aspx
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They will. They always do. They have nothing else to do with themselves tongue.gif

What if bouth of you stops talking to eatch other at the same time? Or else this seems to never end,hehe.This thread has gone wild biggrin.gif
post #1873 of 6068
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Originally Posted by minimodman View Post

i picked up the 620 few days ago. read through most of the comments in this thread specifically looking for identical screws for push/pull. i found some at the antec (8 screw / washer $4) store but its out of stock for now.
http://store.antec.com/Product/accessory-spare_parts/fan-screws-30mm-panhead/SPAREP-00515.aspx

I had to buy some extra screws to make the 620 fit in my case. I ended up getting 75 silver Size 6-32 x 1-1/2 inch machine screws for $4.00. The ones that come with the cooler are 6-32 1-1/4 inch, but as mentioned I needed some a bit longer to fit a fan grill over the fan as well. My local hardware store had a pack of 8 silver 6-32 1-1/4 inch ones for about $1.50.
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post #1874 of 6068
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Originally Posted by minimodman View Post

i picked up the 620 few days ago. read through most of the comments in this thread specifically looking for identical screws for push/pull. i found some at the antec (8 screw / washer $4) store but its out of stock for now.
http://store.antec.com/Product/accessory-spare_parts/fan-screws-30mm-panhead/SPAREP-00515.aspx

You can still do push pull with 4 screws...just use two on push and two on pull but screw them on diagonally.
post #1875 of 6068
Hi, i just recent buy the h20 620, so i got a few question, i been reading the 188page of comment. I am still on page 50. tongue.gif

First,
From the comment, we all know you can plug the 3 pin male header wire on the pump to any 3 pin slot in the MB or to the PSU. This will let the pump running at full speed without the click I hope.
( DO NOT PLUG TO THE CPU_FAN HEADER, ONLY IF YOU CAN DISABLE THE PWM FAN CONTROL IN THE BIOS)

Second.
I will not plug the fan to the female plug on the pump.
Instead, I was planing to buy 2 pwm fan + y slpiter and plug that into the CPU PWM slot, and has the MB/CPU control the fan rpm depend on the temperature of the CPU.

Will this work better and will it loss any perform.
Edited by esc1a - 5/21/12 at 11:57am
post #1876 of 6068
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Hi, i just recent buy the h20 620, so i got a few question, i been reading the 188page of comment. I am still on page 50. tongue.gif
FIrst,
From the comment, we all know you can plug the 3 pin header for the pump to any 3 pin slot in the MB or to the PSU.
This will let the pump running at full speed without the click I hope.
Second.
I will not plug the fan to the female plug on the pump.
Instead, I was planing to buy 2 pwm fan + y slpiter and plug that into the CPU PWM slot, and has the MB/CPU control the fan rpm.
Will this work better and will it loss any perform.

You can do what you mentioned if you want to and it should work out just fine... run the pump at 100% whatever way you can, and control the fans with the CPU fan header - they should ramp up when the processor is under load, and be barely audible while idle if you have everything set up right.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16812718001 This should work for you.
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Edited by FromUndaChz - 5/21/12 at 11:53am
post #1877 of 6068
only thing im unsure of and have contacted both asetek and antec in regaurds to is what liquid would be safe to use as i had to unscrew the hoses from the water block to mount it to my case ie radiator is external on back of case outside of case, also running a push pull with fans, how ever in the way i installed it and unscrewed it i did loose alil bit of the liquid not enough to cause worry cause im still reading the temps i wanted but enough to get me thinking that i could run the hoses to my gpu, as well as other stuff provided i get the waterblocks for them sooo im at a loss as far as what liquid i can use being im worried about future corrosion if i use the wrong type, alas ill probly have to find something that is both copper and aluminum safe ........
post #1878 of 6068
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only thing im unsure of and have contacted both asetek and antec in regaurds to is what liquid would be safe to use as i had to unscrew the hoses from the water block to mount it to my case ie radiator is external on back of case outside of case, also running a push pull with fans, how ever in the way i installed it and unscrewed it i did loose alil bit of the liquid not enough to cause worry cause im still reading the temps i wanted but enough to get me thinking that i could run the hoses to my gpu, as well as other stuff provided i get the waterblocks for them sooo im at a loss as far as what liquid i can use being im worried about future corrosion if i use the wrong type, alas ill probly have to find something that is both copper and aluminum safe ........

Don't try to run a full water loop on a little antec CPU loop - it's insufficient in many ways for that sort of thing.

Look into a RASA kit.

http://www.xoxide.com/dc-750-kits.html
http://www.xoxide.com/xspc-rasa750rs240-watercoolingkit.html

http://www.frozencpu.com/cat/l3/g30/c321/s1310/list/p1/Liquid_Cooling-Water_Cooling_Kits_-_Brands-XSPC_Water_Cooling_Kits-Page1.html

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post #1879 of 6068
Any recommendations for fans to replace/add to the rad on the Kuhler 620?

I'd like to take advantage of the Newegg 20% off all fans offer, The Kuhler's will be for my 580's. Thanks.
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post #1880 of 6068
thx for the prompt reply, how ever i do agree with you, but yet am still trying to find the liquid needed to ensure this thing runs cool, or if i futuristically want to flush out the system, at any rate ive managed to drop my tempts even more since ive last posted just by changing out fans still though if any6one has an idea as to what liquid would be safe to flush this out and or in case i want to put my own hoses and or what not on id appreciate it thanks in advance
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