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post #1321 of 20215
Any update on when any retailers will be receiving the unit? If newegg gets it, that'll be great to go along with shoprunner but for whatever reason, newegg shows all swiftech parts out of stock or discontinued.
post #1322 of 20215
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Has anyone used an H220 with an Asus Rampage IV Formula? I'm concerned the tubes will block two memory slots if it's oriented east/west and have difficulties clearing the motherboard heatsinks if it's oriented north/south. Anyone have an idea if there are clearance issues with this motherboard?
The beauty of the H220 is that you can trim the tubing quite easily.
post #1323 of 20215
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The beauty of the H220 is that you can trim the tubing quite easily.

That's a good point. I did notice the tubes are quite thick.
post #1324 of 20215
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Unfortunately I don't have any further information on when the Egg will get these. Hopefully it will be some time this week.

Can you give us an idea of the quantity of units in this batch? I've been watching Newegg hourly because I don't want to miss my chance. I have a feeling these will sellout quick. Also, are these units using the molex connector on the PWM splitter or do they have the updated version which uses SATA power?

And any update on the new facility? When can we expect the units be in regular supply?
post #1325 of 20215
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I too noticed a white powdery residue on the inside of the hoses and in the fluid when i drained it (along with some black specks). I have one of the first H220s available in the states lol.

after running distilled through it, it went away. I'm assuming this is some kind of coolant residue.


Hey guys and gals,

This is plasticizer (a natural occurrence with PVC tubing). Being that our tubing is black it’s just more noticeable than on clear tubing, that’s all.
We have observed similar phenomenon using both HydrX and Hydrx 2.
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Hey Bram, did you happen to see my question a few posts up regarding the parts I need?
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Both of the H220's that I have used have had a pretty bad smell to them, the first one more than the second. I was actually getting headaches from it.

It's almost as if a chemical reaction was going on, and I have to have the window open here to use the computer.

Curious if this could be related.

I think that's the fresh paint on the rad. Let it air out of the box for a few hours sitting in the sun will take care of that.thumb.gif
    
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post #1328 of 20215
Has anyone put this in a 550D yet?

Does it fit, and how worse are the temps with the top cover on?
post #1329 of 20215
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Alright, this will be my first attempt at WC after building PC's for 20 years, so I sincerely apologize for any ignorant questions! lol

CASE: Antec 302
CPU: i5 3570K
GPU: 2x Powercolor 7870 Myst Edition (XT) in Crossfire
MOBO: ASRock Z77 Extreme4

What Swiftech H220 parts do I need to purchase to cool my specific CPU and both GPU's?

OK, if you install the H220 rad outside and then install the other radiator in the front of the case, that could work. There really isn't any room at the top to install one, so the only place to add an additional 220 radiator would be in the front. That case isn't very water cooling friendly. I'd have the two fans in the front intaking air and passing it through the front radiator in a push configuration. Then you'll need a couple of our MCW82 water blocks. You'll also need our MC800 SMC ram and MOSFET/VRM heat sinks for both cards. You can also use our 2.4 inch SLI adapter because it fits the spacing of your PCI express x16 slots. Given your tubing routing you'll need about 6 barb fittings in size 3/8 x 5/8 to connect the cards in parallel, and two more either barb or compression fittings of the same size to connect to your front radiator. I hope this helps to answer your question.
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Can you give us an idea of the quantity of units in this batch? I've been watching Newegg hourly because I don't want to miss my chance. I have a feeling these will sellout quick. Also, are these units using the molex connector on the PWM splitter or do they have the updated version which uses SATA power?

And any update on the new facility? When can we expect the units be in regular supply?

Unfortunately I'm at home right now, but I'll see if I can get you that information in the morning when I get in.
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