Sckhar Posted December 7, 2013 Share Posted December 7, 2013 Hi there guys! I'm new to watercooler stuff, so I got this H60 yesterday and it's the first model I've ever laid my hands on and I'm not fully aware on how things works with it. My motherboard has the 4-pin connector to the CPU cooler and an extra 3-pin to any 3-pin cooler, the thing is, the pump cable (3-pin) isn't long enough to reach the 3-pin connector on the far side of the motherboard, so I'll have to connect it to the 4-pin connector near the CPU socket, which I know it'll work just fine because the installation guide says it's ok, but since I'll be using the 4-pin connection to the pump, I'll have to put the cooling fan for the radiator at the 3-pin, but this cooler that cames with the H60 kit is a 4-pin cooler, my doubt it: it'll work ok? or this cooler will not work because it really needs all the 4-pins? Another doubt: The installation guide says it's better if I put the cooler as an air in-take, but my HAF XB has two huge fans in front, sending cold air to the inside of the case, I was wondering if isn't better if I put the radiator cooler on the back throwing the hot air off my case while the two 120mm in front of the case pulls the cold air inside? If I do it that way I'll face problems with the cooling system? I know these might sounds like silly questions, but it's the first time ever i'll attempt to install a watercooler and since these are quite expensive here on Brazil I don't want to mess it up, so I'll be really happy if anyone can help me with this :D Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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