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Old August 30, 2007, 11:24 AM
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Default swiftech mcp655 wiring

Can someone provide a pic of the molex connector depicting the proper location of the yellow and black wire. I believe the yellow wire is on the outer edge of the plastic housing but I want to make sure that I have them on the right side.

I know, why didn't I make sure before removing the pins. Well I thought I did but.... And why did you remove the wires.... Because I heat shrunk the 2 wires.

Any way I am looking for an answer not criticism. Thanks. If someone provides a picture can they please state what corner of the plastic connector has the 30 degree angle.

I have looked high and low for this but can't seem to get a good pic, also the I don't see yellow/black wired pumps but red/black. Most likely the red wire is in place of the yellow wire.
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Old August 30, 2007, 12:03 PM
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taken from Xoxide website




Hope this is what you where looking for!
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Old August 30, 2007, 12:36 PM
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Yeah I saw that pic, I actually downloaded it because it was one of the better pics that I came across but I can't tell where the angled side is? Is it up or down?
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Old August 30, 2007, 12:39 PM
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Ah!! Never mind.. See by the look of the pic the "angled side" look to be facing up but it is actually facing down.

After noticing the plastic raised line on the connector I looked and mine and could see the correct way that the wires should be..

Thanks a bunch.
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Old August 30, 2007, 04:00 PM
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I just realized that I can't simply plug the (4) pin molex (2 pin with the pumps wiring) into the power supply because the connector is male like on the power supply. Should there have been an adapter shipped with the pump in order to connect the pump directly to the PSU?
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You've got the wrong connector on that pump harness... look at the pic in the post above, it's a female connector. All PSU connectors are male.
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That plug is the same as what I have. And just like my plug you can not simply plug that connector directly into the PSU. In order to do so I would have to use an adapter.

Here is a video clip of what I mean.

Video of Pump connector - Photobucket - Video and Image Hosting
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Swiftech contacted me and are sending me a different pump. Upon arrival of the new pump from them I will send the pump that I have back to Swiftech.. Postage paid of course.

That's good business.

Actually I have been getting excellent service from all companies during this build..

Including all my mail in rebates. I hate dealing with mail in's BTW.:rtfm:
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Swiftech contacted me and are sending me a different pump. Upon arrival of the new pump from them I will send the pump that I have back to Swiftech.. Postage paid of course.

That's good business.

Actually I have been getting excellent service from all companies during this build..

Including all my mail in rebates. I hate dealing with mail in's BTW.:rtfm:
Great to hear!!!!

I'm surprised at how well most (no I won't be posting my "questionable service" list... :) ) computer parts manufacturers react when issues are brought to their attention.

Over the years I've always just bit the bullet and moved on when I had problems (never going back to the manufacturer of course.... :) ), in retrospect, I probably could have had the great majority of my issues resolved by contacting the manufacturer.
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Sorry to bother you guys again but can someone who has a swiftech MCP655 pump please provide a picture of the yellow and black wire that goes into the 4 pin Molex connector? The picture has to be clear please.

*note* Is the connector (male) or (Female)

Swiftech are now telling me the male connector is the correct connector. If so that would mean I have to use an adapter to connect the pump to my power supply. Shit if thats the case I will cut off the male and put a female on. I won't add cable clutter where clutter isn't necessary.

I just have to make sure the wires are connected properly... Hence the picture.

Thanks guys.
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