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I'll let you guys know as soon as we send out their kits. This is going to take a few more days or so because we're still in the process of flushing and 100% testing them. I'll keep you all posted.
I think I can speak for all of us when I say that we appreciate the 100% testing, and it far outweighs any issues anyone should/would have with the small delay. :thumbup:
post #1532 of 20728
Quick question: where can/should I order all the extra parts I need to add my two gpu's to the loop? Directly from Swiftech? Are those parts available now?
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Quick question: where can/should I order all the extra parts I need to add my two gpu's to the loop? Directly from Swiftech? Are those parts available now?
Do you have room for more rads? Those you can get from Swiftech to match the H220. You can also get more black tubing if that is what you want, and the fittings you need also. First though you should decide on the water blocks, they have universal ones, or you can go for a full cover block. It just depends on your budget and what you want your loop to look like. Which gpus do you have?
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Quick question: where can/should I order all the extra parts I need to add my two gpu's to the loop? Directly from Swiftech? Are those parts available now?

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Do you have room for more rads? Those you can get from Swiftech to match the H220. You can also get more black tubing if that is what you want, and the fittings you need also. First though you should decide on the water blocks, they have universal ones, or you can go for a full cover block. It just depends on your budget and what you want your loop to look like. Which gpus do you have?

Bear in mind that they are OOS on a lot of things... I'm checking their 7900 series Komodo full cover blocks every day because I'm gonna snatch one ASAP, but because of the factory transition, they're still down for a bit.

Thanks - T
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Here's an update on WiSH2oo0's RMA request. We were waiting for him to send us a copy of his invoice and he never did. I checked my emails this morning and that's what I found. That's why he wasn't issued an RMA for his kit. He did provide me with a copy of the invoice this morning and we'll be sending out a replacement pump to him this afternoon. I'm guessing that he assumed that we would be completely inflexible with regards to getting everything back that was included with his original kit. We can make exceptions in certain cases, but we would prefer to get everything back that way we can just send an entirely new unit.

Nicely done.thumb.gif
 
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Do you have room for more rads? Those you can get from Swiftech to match the H220. You can also get more black tubing if that is what you want, and the fittings you need also. First though you should decide on the water blocks, they have universal ones, or you can go for a full cover block. It just depends on your budget and what you want your loop to look like. Which gpus do you have?

My setup:
GPU: 2 x Powercolor AX7870 Myst Edition in Crossfire
CPU: Intel i5 3570K
MOBO: ASRock Z77 Extreme4
CASE: Fractal Designs Arc Midi R2

Well, this is what I'm looking at so far...
(1) Swiftech H220 Kit
(2) Swiftech MCW82 Universal GPU waterblock
(1) Swiftech MCR220-QP-K 240mm Radiator
(1) Swiftech MC800 SMC Cooling Kit
(1) Swiftech HW-MNFD-2X-3P-BK-R1 Crossfire Bridge, 2.4" spacing
(1) MC14 BGA Memory Heatsink Kit
(1) Tubing, Clear (TBD)
(6) 120mm Fans (TBD -- internals will be blue LED)
(?) Barbs (TBD)
(?) Compression fittings (TBD)
(?) Clamps (TBD)
(?) Coolant (TBD -- I want it to be blue or green in color)

As you can see, I have a lot of "TBD" in that list; and, since I'm a WC noob, I could probably use some professional advice!

The price is also creeping up way higher than I had hoped -- probably totaling well over $400 at this point -- so, I'm also seriously considering three separate loops using a dedicated Zalman lq-320 (aka "Red Mod") on each GPU and the Swiftech H220 for the CPU (total price: $230)
Edited by paleh0rse14 - 4/15/13 at 11:49am
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My setup:
GPU: 2 x Powercolor AX7870 Myst Edition in Crossfire
CPU: Intel i5 3570K
MOBO: ASRock Z77 Extreme4
CASE: Fractal Designs Arc Midi R2

Well, this is what I'm looking at so far... Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
(1) Swiftech H220 Kit
(2) Swiftech MCW82 Universal GPU waterblock
(1) Swiftech MCR220-QP-K 240mm Radiator
(1) Swiftech MC800 SMC Cooling Kit
(1) Swiftech HW-MNFD-2X-3P-BK-R1 Crossfire Bridge, 2.4" spacing
(1) MC14 BGA Memory Heatsink Kit
(1) Tubing, Clear (TBD)
(6) 120mm Fans (TBD -- internals will be blue LED)
(?) Barbs (TBD)
(?) Compression fittings (TBD)
(?) Clamps (TBD)
(?) Coolant (TBD -- I want it to be blue or green in color)

As you can see, I have a lot of "TBD" in that list; and, since I'm a WC noob, I could probably use some professional advice!

The price is also creeping up way higher than I had hoped -- probably totaling well over $400 at this point -- so, I'm also seriously considering three separate loops using a dedicated Zalman lq-315 (aka "Red Mod") on each GPU and the Swiftech H220 for the CPU (total price: $220)
Someone with more experience can chime in, but I have read that you are better off getting colored tubing than getting clear tubing and worrying about the coolant color. I have heard that clear tubing can get stained and cloudy. You can use the new blue H220 coolant and then get blue or green tubing

I have a full cover block, so I can’t tell you much about the universal one and heatsinks you have listed. Bryan at Swiftech can definitely help you to make sure you order exactly what you need for that.

I bought their QP rads also to match with the H220. If you end up putting one rad at the top and one at the bottom like I did you can consider getting your second rad with a res built in. It is an option on those rads and only a few dollars more. That way you have a res at the top and bottom, but the real point is to have a fill point at the top and drain point at the bottom of the loop.

Fittings seem to be a matter of choice. It seems to me that the compressions fittings are the most secure, so that is what I chose to use. As I posted previously there is a little trouble with PrimoChill tubing and Swiftech compressions fittings, so if you use compression I would probably go with XSPC tubing since a few members here say they had good luck with it.

As far as price goes, you are right that water cooling is not cheap, and you have two gpus which only adds to the cost. I honestly don’t know the performance difference between three loops and one, but for me I like things more straightforward so I would definitely go with one loop. I am also not sure how you could fit two LQ 315 in there with both gpus. I would think the one loop would be measurably quieter also.
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Swiftech H2O-X20 Elite Series Dual 120mm Liquid Cooling Kit

Price = $239.95

Fedex 2 Day delivery so it arrives on my day off to be setup

Price = $43.99

The moment you open the package and Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Realize there is only 2 compression fittings out of the 4.


Well no loop for me today.
 
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Swiftech H2O-X20 Elite Series Dual 120mm Liquid Cooling Kit

Price = $239.95

Fedex 2 Day delivery so it arrives on my day off to be setup

Price = $43.99

The moment you open the package and

Well no loop for me today.

Hey nagle3092, just send us a copy of your invoice for the kit and we'll send out two more black, compression fittings today. Just send it to michelle@swiftech.com. I'm sorry, but sometimes things like this happen. We'll get you taken care of though.
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Hey nagle3092, just send us a copy of your invoice for the kit and we'll send out two more black, compression fittings today. Just send it to michelle@swiftech.com. I'm sorry, but sometimes things like this happen. We'll get you taken care of though.

Yeah I already called and talk to Michelle and sent her my invoice. No worries, I know it happens sometimes. I wasn't very happy after I realized that I was missing 2 but what can I do. At least Ill have some time to figure out where Im going to mount the rad now.
 
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