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Thanks for all your input fellas!
The reason I considered this is because I have the h-220x on hand with no other computer to put it in atm.
I'll go do some more reading on the matter.
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Thanks for all your input fellas!
The reason I considered this is because I have the h-220x on hand with no other computer to put it in atm.
I'll go do some more reading on the matter.
one good thing if you did find a way for it to fit would be redundancy of having two pumps.... would still be a bear to bleed though unless you mounted one backwards and vertical for fill port up
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Thanks for all your input fellas!
The reason I considered this is because I have the h-220x on hand with no other computer to put it in atm.
I'll go do some more reading on the matter.

I figured that is why you were considering it. Honestly a single 240mm rad and some fittings isn't gonna cost that much. You could always sell the other to a friend, on eBay or sell/trade it to another member (though you don't quite have the rep to sell). As Bryan pointed out the pump is plenty strong to push extra components and accommodate small-med expansion. I suggested it more for ease of installation and config options.

I run two pumps and an extra res and love it, but my situation is different than yours. You could pull it off, but it likely won't be easy or pretty...
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Does anyone know how the H240-X compares to say a Corsair Hydro H110?

The only place I can get a H240-X to australia is from frozencpu for $149.99, but they will charge a minimum $50 postage to Australia.

Where as I can get a Corsair Hydro H110 from amazon for $111.19 and postage will be much cheaper. Or I can get a H110 locally for $150.

Is the extra $50-60 to get the H240-X here worth it? Or will it be similar performance to a H110.

Btw I am not looking at expanding to full water setups.
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Would my h220 work on rampage v x99
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Does anyone know how the H240-X compares to say a Corsair Hydro H110?

The only place I can get a H240-X to australia is from frozencpu for $149.99, but they will charge a minimum $50 postage to Australia.

Where as I can get a Corsair Hydro H110 from amazon for $111.19 and postage will be much cheaper. Or I can get a H110 locally for $150.

Is the extra $50-60 to get the H240-X here worth it? Or will it be similar performance to a H110.

Btw I am not looking at expanding to full water setups.

It's a bit like comparing a new Bentley to a 1974 Ford Pinto.....

The H240-X is a pre-assembled collection of actual top quality open loop components. Flagship CPU block, copper brass radiator built off the Swiftech QP Series, a pump capable of ~1.0 gpm and quiet fans with good static pressure.

The H110 uses a CPU block with far lower performance, an aluminum high fpi (to try and make up for being aluminum rather than copper.....but it doesn't) rad, a pump that moves less than 0.25 gpm and fans that are quiet.....and leave the H110 lagging behind the NZXT X60/61 (which is the same unit with better fans).

I haven't published our H240-X review yet, but here are the test results from another review that shows the H220-X beating up on the (better performing than the H110) X61:

post #12978 of 20767
Well I was waiting for a H240x but I think pc's will be extinct by the time we get any here in the UK or Europe even xD
Have had mine on preorder from Highflow.nl for 2-3 weeks and swiftech are saying it may be another 2-3 weeks before they are in stock 0.0
Have just about given up on getting one of these and am going to buy something else that I can actually get sometime this century, sorry Swiftech but your distribution skills for a product that literally sells itself is shocking :/
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Well I was waiting for a H240x but I think pc's will be extinct by the time we get any here in the UK or Europe even xD
Have had mine on preorder from Highflow.nl for 2-3 weeks and swiftech are saying it may be another 2-3 weeks before they are in stock 0.0
Have just about given up on getting one of these and am going to buy something else that I can actually get sometime this century, sorry Swiftech but your distribution skills for a product that literally sells itself is shocking :/

This isn't an issue on our end. The problem is that our distributor in Europe recently changed ownership and this has caused us some unforeseen issues. These things happen, but we're working as quickly as possible to resolve it. However, it might still take a couple of weeks before it is resolved though. This is also why we made the decision to start selling our products directly to overseas customers. I understand that the shipping costs can be a bit prohibitive, but it's still an option. I hope this explains the situation.
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This isn't an issue on our end. The problem is that our distributor in Europe recently changed ownership and this has caused us some unforeseen issues. These things happen, but we're working as quickly as possible to resolve it. However, it might still take a couple of weeks before it is resolved though. This is also why we made the decision to start selling our products directly to overseas customers. I understand that the shipping costs can be a bit prohibitive, but it's still an option. I hope this explains the situation.

When have you started selling to overseas customers? Do you sell to Australia? Because I am in the same boat as F1schu, our sellers here will probably get this product when pc's are extinct, they don't have any idea when they will get this product or even if they ever will.
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