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Hello guys,

I have a Silverstone PF120 (which has 1 fan) on my 9400f. I had to install it the way which the in and out tubes are next to vram heatsink because of tubes flexibility issues.

I have seen it is normally next to ram slots. Is it fine or should i change the rotation somehow?

Thanks

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Need a larger fov and panel off

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1 hour ago, narrdarr said:

Need a larger fov and panel off

I dont know what a fov is.

My temps are fine (39c in games) and my radiator fan is normally at 1200 rpm.

The only thing I want to know is should I rotate my pump thing on cpu so the tubes are next to rams or its fine this way.

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@Siaamak I think they mean field of view - wider shot.

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3 hours ago, narrdarr said:

Need a larger fov and panel off

here you are sir

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2 hours ago, Siaamak said:

here you are sir

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ok what case do you have?

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23 hours ago, Siaamak said:

here you are sir

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If possible, I would rotate both the block and the rad so the tubes exit on the bottom of both

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I would actually advise against putting the tubes on the bottom of the pump. Though as long as the pump is at the same height as the rad or lower there shouldn't be a problem. Most CLCs are filled using vacuum pumps to ensure as little air is inside as possible, but some air will inevitably get in. 

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