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The New Corsair H60 in Push/Pull setup

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by bim27142, Mar 12, 2013.

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    Can this be done in the 2013 edition H60?

    I was thinking of getting 2 SP120's later and set it up as push/pull... Can it still accommodate another fan? I mean, would it need additional accessory or mounting mechanism/screw to make it accommodate another fan?
     
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    It only comes with screws for one fan. You will need an additional 4.
     
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    ^^ Can I just use regular 120mm fan screws and mount it on the bottom portion only then to the RAD and not from the top portion of the fan screw hole all the way to the bottom screw hole?
     
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    Normal fan screws like what attaches one to a case will not work. They are too large in diameter and use different threads.

    The screws I circled are what mount the fans to the H60 radiator.
    (sorry, this image is from the original H60, but the idea is the same, just slightly different bits in the older kit)
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    Just go to the hardware store and fine something with the same thread and length. It should work. I did this with my pump when the stock screws would not work with the pump top I had gotten, because they were 3mm shorter than I needed.
     
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