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Originally Posted by Johnny Utah View Post

This is much more than your standard AIO kit. It's legit, no compromise, off-the-shelf Swiftech parts. That CPU block looks very similar to an apogee drive II (although I'm sure it's a more modest version considering what an AD II costs) and the included swiftech helix fans are excellent. This will cost much more than your dinky little H100 for good reason. You'll be able to easily add a GPU block, another radiator, etc in the future.
edit: wow at $139 this thing is a steal. Be warned this will be a gateway drug to water cooling. It can become expensive and addicting in a hurry. thumb.gif

The last time I played with water cooling, Thermaltake was putting out stuff like this for both cpu and gpus(Tidewater and Silentwater) I modded them both with tygon tubing and DangerDen waterblocks. It did get expensive. :)Thinking about setting up a real water loop for my new i5 later this year after I get it built, and this just might the way I go because I'm looking for a 24/7 overclock cooling solution rather than benchmarking.

Going to need full waterblocks for a 460 GTX and two 660ti's.
Edited by Jarhead - 1/6/13 at 8:53am
post #42 of 3166
Gabe has told this about performance and the pump ....
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At same flow, performance is identical. What the MCP35X buys you is increased power/rpm range i.e. H220 pump spins up to 3k max vs. APD2 that spins at up to 4.2k
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this is the same radiator core as the MCR220-res , except that frame and reservoir are smaller for maximum case compatibility; CPU cooler has the same thermal /hydraulic layout as the APD2.
post #43 of 3166
what is the difference between the H220 block/pump and the Apogee Drive II ? and , can the block/pump from the H220 could be bought separately?

i love the design of the H220 and if its capable of running an aditional 120 rad and a GPU ... this might be a winner in my book
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Try to read post #43 smile.gif

- difference between the H220 block/pump and the Apogee Drive II
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H220 pump spins up to 3k max vs. APD2 that spins at up to 4.2k
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CPU cooler has the same thermal /hydraulic layout as the APD2.

- i love the design of the H220 and if its capable of running an aditional 120 rad and a GPU
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For example at CES we will demonstrate 3 systems using the cooler:

1 system with H220 in CPU cooling only
1 system with H220 cooling CPU + (2) gtx680 in SLI + VR's (Asus Maxiums V)
1 system with H220 + 1 MCR220 + 1 MCR240 cooling CPU + (2) HD 7900 series Radeons in XFire
post #45 of 3166
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Am I the only one who thinks $140 is a hard pill to swallow when for $20 more you could get a Raystorm RS240 kit?
better pump, better block (maybe), better fans, comes fully assembled and filled. This kit kills the xspc.

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If the fans are swiftech helix fans which they look like it will kill the xspc, those fans are really good for the price and the only ones that can really be considered better are ap-15's
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If they're using the same rad core as the MCR220-RES then its got about 10mm over my H100. Couple that with the halfway decent pump/block on this kit and I would see what, 5-10c off my current setup? Or more?

Also, would a kit (with only single 240mm rad) like this be able to even think about cooling a 2600k at 4.8 (1.425v) along with two 580s at stock? This case isn't exactly made for watercooling and I think it would be too much bother to try and stuff two 240s in here when stock 580 cooling keeps the cards at low 60s while gaming.

I'm crazy for thinking a single rad/pump can handle 3 blocks and like 600w of heat but I figured I'd ask the gurus. smile.gif
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better pump, better block (maybe), better fans, comes fully assembled and filled. This kit kills the xspc.
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In practical application I highly doubt this thing would out perform a legitimate loop.
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If they're using the same rad core as the MCR220-RES then its got about 10mm over my H100. Couple that with the halfway decent pump/block on this kit and I would see what, 5-10c off my current setup? Or more?
Also, would a kit (with only single 240mm rad) like this be able to even think about cooling a 2600k at 4.8 (1.425v) along with two 580s at stock? This case isn't exactly made for watercooling and I think it would be too much bother to try and stuff two 240s in here when stock 580 cooling keeps the cards at low 60s while gaming.
I'm crazy for thinking a single rad/pump can handle 3 blocks and like 600w of heat but I figured I'd ask the gurus. smile.gif
you would definitely need to add another radiator for 3 blocks
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please let rad be no more thicker than 30mm...I need it to fit in my case.

Any reason why they went with 220mm instead of the popular 240mm and now 280mm?
     
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