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Originally Posted by Brannigans Law View Post

Hey guys does this look normal for a 12 hour long test?
Forgot to mention that I'm running it in push configuration with to nf-f12 fans. Pump and fans at full speed. Is the performance about right?
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Demand.

Mine came packaged in to exhaust config. I flipped them to intake when I mounted the unit in my 300R.

You got a unit configured as exhaust? Very strange considering Swiftech recommends mounting the unit as intake. I was under the impression all these units where configured as intake from the factory?wth.gif Which is as follows-the reservoir points up, and the fans push down.
 
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i really hope in the week or 2 (when refund comes in) i will be able to get 2 of them for me and my sons comp. (crosses fingers) worriedsmiley.gif
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You got a unit configured as exhaust? Very strange considering Swiftech recommends mounting the unit as intake. I was under the impression all these units where configured as intake from the factory?wth.gif Which is as follows-the reservoir points up, and the fans push down.

Yep. Here's a shot of the unit after unboxing. Look a my rig pic you'll see that I flipped them to serve as intake.



EDIT: I guess I have the unit facing the wrong way in the pic. I did't think it mattered whether the res point up or down or in my case front or back.

So far no issues wse, but I'm not running my RIG 24/7 like other's here. But I use my system everyday b/t 3-4 hours so don't know if that will have an impact in the long run.
Edited by Inacoma79 - 4/10/13 at 11:59am
 
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Forgot to mention that I'm running it in push configuration with to nf-f12 fans. Pump and fans at full speed. Is the performance about right?
Can’t really compare one lidded Ivy chip to another directly because the glue used varies from chip to chip. You can only directly compare one cooler to another for your chip and your setup.

That said, all your numbers look good, it appears your chip and your cooler are in line with what I would expect.

You can run the pump and F12s much slower and you will only have a small temp increase. That is what I do and it is worth the sound decrease in my opinion.
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Can’t really compare one lidded Ivy chip to another directly because the glue used varies from chip to chip. You can only directly compare one cooler to another for your chip and your setup.

That said, all your numbers look good, it appears your chip and your cooler are in line with what I would expect.

You can run the pump and F12s much slower and you will only have a small temp increase. That is what I do and it is worth the sound decrease in my opinion.
Cool cool. Just wanted to know if anything appeared out of the ordinary. And yea these fans can get crazy quiet. Thanks for the advise.
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finished my modified loop today! pictures to come soon... tips when priming, the radiator pretty much needs to be as far above the pump as possible (so the tubing going to it is straight). I had my rad resting on top of the case (upright) and water couldnt get to the pump.


but as i was touching up the fittings with black sharpie i accidentally touched the white tubing...will the dry erase marker/alcohol trick work to remove the mark? ugh its bugging me now lol. if anything i can photoshop the smudge away since i can get over it in person. biggrin.gif

i left it running to bleed the air while i'm at work and to leak test. Will report back.
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If warranty allows, refill the whole thing and leave it running for a day outside the system. Check all the internals before refilling. If it still fails, just go with something else like a corsair H110 or a Tt 2.0 extreme. I hear as of late, these H220's are not doing too well for people.

Got mine week one of availability. Been running it with no issues whatsoever. Started off gently shifting the rad and ran it full speed for two weeks. Been using SpeedFan 4.47 at 25% if below 41C after that. Keeping up with this thread. I am sold on Swiftech from here on out based on incredible customer service alone.
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i too use speedfan as the Asrock pwm controls suck! i leave mine running at 25%. Nice and quiet to me.
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Where are you guys getting your orders from?
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