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You can get the Arc Midi 2 at newegg for $90
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My h220's pump stopped working tonight. frown.gif was playing some games and bluescreened. rebooted into bios and saw CPU temps at 99 degrees. Quickly powered it off to let it cool. Now I'm not sure if I should attempt to flush it, or just RMA it. I couldn't feel any pressure or vibrations, nor did I hear anything from the pump.

EDIT: It came back to life, seems like some debris was stuck in there. I hooked it back up after removing it from my system and it seems the movement dislodged the debris. All good, just going to flush it when I expand. thumb.gif

Thanks Swiftech for the quick response! biggrin.gif
Edited by Aestylis - 4/14/13 at 8:33am
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post #1463 of 20767
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Originally Posted by Phelan View Post

I don't know how much they are currently, but I bought my third NZXT Phantom Full Tower for $90, and could've gotten a $20 MIR had I bothered. I love these cases; and they are the same height as a mid tower, just longer. With a little work you can fit quite a bit of cooling in them. I did a lot of work to Phantom #2 and fit 2 480mm rads, and could have added a 240 or 360 if I wanted. Even the mini Phantom I'm building will hold the H220's 240 rad/res and a 360.
I really like the 410 Phantom cases! Do you happen to have any photographs or diagrams of your setup(s)? I'd really like to see how you fit all that cooling in there! Is it all internal?
post #1464 of 20767
So I have an opportunity to pick up an Apogee Drive II. I'm wondering if I should switch out my H220 for that instead. I know they're basically the same.

Considering that I'd run my H220 at max of 1600RPM even while gaming, I would think there'd be no difference in performance between the two, right?

Since I'm running the H220 through 3 rads and a GPU block, I'm wondering if the ADII wouldn't be better at the job at lower RPMs.
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Thanks for all the replies for my WC loop!

I'd like to go with this waterblock if I can find it...


Also, I think I''m going to go ahead and try the setup the same as the pic.. my ambient temps are never warm, either AC or windows open all the time.. If I'm not seeing the temps I like I'll swap things around..

But thanks again fellas thumb.gif
post #1466 of 20767
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Actually, anything $100 or less, in a mid-tower size, would work. I'll check out the one at Newegg. Any others under $100?

Here's the Fractal Design Arc Midi R2 that the others posted but for $20 less. Shipping might make it the same price as the one listed on newegg which has free shipping. There's also the Define R4 if you can find it on sale.
http://us.ncix.com/products/?sku=78227&vpn=Arc%20Midi%20R2&manufacture=Fractal%20Design&promoid=1371
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What do you guys think of the Cooler Master 690 II Advanced case with 2 x 240mm H220 rads, and the blocks for two GPUs and CPU? (1 rad up top, and 1 on bottom with lower 4-HDD cage removed).

This case here:
http://www.amazon.com/Cooler-Master-690-Advanced-RC-692A-KKN5/dp/B007ZOB9MM

Review here:
http://www.guru3d.com/articles_pages/cooler_master_cm_690_ii_advanced_review,1.html

Example build:
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It's between this and the Arc Midi R2... which is better, and why?
post #1468 of 20767
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Originally Posted by paleh0rse14 View Post

What do you guys think of the Cooler Master 690 II Advanced case with 2 x 240mm H220 rads, and the blocks for two GPUs and CPU? (1 rad up top, and 1 on bottom with lower 4-HDD cage removed).

This case here:
http://www.amazon.com/Cooler-Master-690-Advanced-RC-692A-KKN5/dp/B007ZOB9MM

Review here:
http://www.guru3d.com/articles_pages/cooler_master_cm_690_ii_advanced_review,1.html

Example build:
http://img13.imageshack.us/img13/4885/img1633l.jpg

It's between this and the Arc Midi R2... which is better, and why?

id go with the Arc Midi 2. you will barely be able to fit the h220 in the cm 690 in the top (i use to have one) but you can easily fit it in the bottom.
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post #1469 of 20767
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Originally Posted by Aestylis View Post

My h220's pump stopped working tonight. frown.gif was playing some games and bluescreened. rebooted into bios and saw CPU temps at 99 degrees. Quickly powered it off to let it cool. Now I'm not sure if I should attempt to flush it, or just RMA it. I couldn't feel any pressure or vibrations, nor did I hear anything from the pump.

Very sorry to hear that. I would flush it out and give it another try before RMAing it.
 
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What do you guys think of the Cooler Master 690 II Advanced case with 2 x 240mm H220 rads, and the blocks for two GPUs and CPU? (1 rad up top, and 1 on bottom with lower 4-HDD cage removed).

This case here:
http://www.amazon.com/Cooler-Master-690-Advanced-RC-692A-KKN5/dp/B007ZOB9MM

Review here:
http://www.guru3d.com/articles_pages/cooler_master_cm_690_ii_advanced_review,1.html

Example build:
http://img13.imageshack.us/img13/4885/img1633l.jpg

It's between this and the Arc Midi R2... which is better, and why?

As someone with an Arc Midi R2, I firmly believe it is the BEST mid tower for water cooling hands down. The 690 is a good case with a lot of options, but the versatility of the Midi is insane. You can fit 240 rads that are 60mm deep both top and front. You probably can do P/P with the top, and can with the front. The front can fit 280 rads as well, and depending on your ram/mobo might be able to fit deep 280's up top as well, but it starts getting tight. Unless you need more than 2 drive bays, I think the Midi is pretty damn good.
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