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Old 12-30-06, 03:07 PM Thread Starter   #1
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Swiftech waterblock mod question


I have a swiftech waterblock cooling my Athlon 64 chip. I'm not sure what the model number of the block is, I can't find the receipt from when I bought it. It was a pretty popular one a few years back, hopefully some of you guys will recognize it in the attached picture. I was wondering if anyone has tried making a top plate so that this block will fit a socket 775 motherboard? Any comments would be appreciated. Trying to keep the cost down on a new rig.
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Old 12-30-06, 03:19 PM   #2
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It looks like a MCW6002. It could be a 6000 though. depending on your tubing. It should fit if u still have your other brackets. the pent 4 brackets r 775
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It looks like a MCW6002. It could be a 6000 though. depending on your tubing. It should fit if u still have your other brackets. the pent 4 brackets r 775

Thanks for the link jopapa. I only have the socket 939 bracket, maybe I can buy the 775 bracket by itself.
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Old 12-30-06, 04:04 PM   #4
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http://www.swiftnets.com/

You can try contacting swiftech directly.

If you have the MCW6000 they have brackets all the way at the bottom...so you can buy it from them directly.
http://www.swiftnets.com/store/category.asp?CatID=2

What tubing do you use? if its 1/2" then its a 6002 i BELIEVE. I'm not sure, can someone verify this?
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http://www.swiftnets.com/

You can try contacting swiftech directly.

If you have the MCW6000 they have brackets all the way at the bottom...so you can buy it from them directly.
http://www.swiftnets.com/store/category.asp?CatID=2

What tubing do you use? if its 1/2" then its a 6002 i BELIEVE. I'm not sure, can someone verify this?
I have the mcw6002, this block is for 1/2" tubing. I ordered the 775 hold down kit directly from Swiftech. Thanks again for pointing me in the right direction.
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The 6000 us for 3/8" and the 6002 is for 1/2".

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Very good blocks. I sold mine to RyderOCZ, but kinda wish I'd kept it.

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