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  1. How does a 28mm fan screw, ( thread tip to scew head ) attatch a 28mm thick fan and your 1mm thick grommet into one of your radiators? I only just see the screw thread while inside the fan, but the grommet means that I would need to squash the fan by at least 5mm to attatch each screw! Am I supposed to cut off the rubber ontop of the fan? But then what happend if I want to change to a push pull and I have already hacked the fans to bits. I have tried forcing the thick head of the screw into the rubber but then the screw no longer turns. The screw is not long enough to go through the fan!
  2. Hyper 612 ver2 spacer screw (part K)

    He everyone, Where I can get part labeled K in manual for cooler Hyper 612 ver2? Those four screws left on motherboard which I left in the service. Thanks for any instructions. Regards Nemanja
  3. JetFlo: Screw Type

    Hello, I've recently purchased a JetFlo 120mm fan to mount on my case - rear mount. Now that I mounted it, I can't secure the side panel completely. It touches the JetFlo's round screw head and leaves a gap between side panel and casing. Can you guys let me know the type of screw it has? So I can find similar screws with a flat head and then secure the side panel. I tried the screws came with my casing and used for other case fans, but they didn't go with JetFlo. Came across similar screws, but not sure if it has the same thread or not - M3 / M4 / M5 Thanks.