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Old 03-26-2009, 03:02 AM
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Default Triple/Quadruple Mounting on Mugen 1?

How? I just got my backplate/bolt-thru kit from Performance-PCs today, as well as two extra sets of fan clips (by the way--they're different than the stock Mugen 1 clips--they're much more rounded unlike the very hard angle on the old clips). I was hoping that I could triple-mount, with a pair of my Yate Loon low-speed fans (Petra's Tech) and with the S-Flex F from the Mugen. I have been running with the YL's for a few months now, fixed-speed, as my CPU is always crunching World Community Grid's "Help Conquer Cancer" and "Help Fight Childhood Cancer" work-units.
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Old 03-26-2009, 08:40 AM
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Hello Bobsama,

your are right, the old Mugen clips and the new ones are a little bit different. But you can bend the new ones to fit on the old Mugen. Bend it soft, and dont worry, they will not brake. Than you can simply mount all the fans you want.

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Old 03-31-2009, 03:30 AM
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That's not the issue--I can't seem to mount an third or fourth fan--just not enough space? Idk.
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Old 03-31-2009, 07:51 AM
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Hello,

i have found a picture from Cebit 2008 and there you see how to mount 4 fans on a Mugen:




All clear?

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Old 01-15-2011, 08:42 AM
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Default Old Mugen is different in what way compared to the New Mugen?

The above photo supports the idea that you mount the adjacent fans at slightly different heights, for those who haven't figured it out...
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overclock.net/air-cooling/165609-1nfinity-dual-fan-push-push-3-a.html replace the 1 in 1nfinity with an "i"

to see that push-push is better for the Mugen fan dual setup.

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Old 01-15-2011, 08:42 AM
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Default Old Mugen is different in what way compared to the New Mugen?

I understand the old Mugen is the 1nfinity model, which didn't have a backplate, any other differences up top where it is relevant to fans and clips?

Also, just to be clear, the clips end in either -A or -B, which is the new model, -A?

SCY-12FC-A = new?

SCY-12FC-B = old?

The U.S. website description of the differences are not so clear to me.

I don't really understand why the -B clips were designed the way they were, can you post any .jpgs to satisfy my curiosity on the -B type, please?
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to see that push-push is better for the Mugen fan dual setup.

I don't use a stand-alone video card in my Coolermaster 912 HAF case, Phenom II X6 1090T AMD, 16GB RAM, ASUS M4A 89GTD mobo, 890chipset, Seasonic 620W non-mod PSU.

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Old 01-17-2011, 08:23 AM
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Hello omniscienc3,

check our europe homepage - Fan Clips Type A and B: Scythe - The Cooling Experts

We using different fan clips on our cpu coolers, depands on heatsink design. Our Ninja 3 for example has Typ B clips.

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