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First off, if you are not 100% sure, please do not answer. Guessing will cause issue.
As for the 200R, it's ok, but would be better to spend an extra $30 for a case that can properly fit watercooling.
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Avant Garde the Thermaltake Commander MS-III uses off set 120mm fans on top. Similar to the Fractal Arc Midi R2, which will clear the ram.
Not sure if the rear fan or I/O shield will be in the way.

Please head over to Switech site and look at the measurements diagram and do some measurements.
http://www.swiftech.com/H220.aspx#tab2

the problem is the major difference between the Midi R2 and the Thermaltake Commander MS-3 is width(looking from the front) specs wise, the Commander is rated 7.7" in width compared to the Fractal Design Arc Midi R2 which is 9.06"(which is a significant difference)

here's an image i used as a ratio test for the top, where red is approx 120mm(4.7") by hand and green is the size from red -> motherboard backplate to some extent
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Its already a given that the MS-III specs wise is shorter height wise compared to the midi r2(MS-3 lacks even the top left cpu header hole) and will at the least hover over a portion of the top of the motherboard. It's whether the tallest part of the motherboard at the top(if you haev high profile heat spreaders, the pumps height if the cpu socket is father up north, the north bridge heatsinks height that will decide if the unit can fit in the green line(green line only accounted for backplate to some extent. it did not include the height of the motherboard standoffs) is the real question.

Your whole measurement is flawed, you should delete your post. The width varies on how much space behind mobo, will make width of case different. You didnt measure to the back of mobo tray.
The red line on the Arc is 140mm fan, not 120mm.
Going just by image wont help.
    
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No, you need to point the reservoir UP or add a T line or separate reservoir to catch the air bubbles. The trickling noise is air caught in the pump and it won't go away if there is no reservoir or T line to trap it. A T ine is the cheapes solution, just need a 3/8" T fitting somewhere in the loop with the T branch pointing UP so air can be trapped and run up that brached tube line. You can then use this to fill from. Or you could buy a reservoir like th MCres which is compact, these work a little faster.

But NO it's not good to run the reservoir upside down unless you like the sound of trickling and air bubbles circulating in you loop all the time. Evaporation will continue over time and the air noise will only get worse.

I would add an Mcres to the loop if I were you. You can run it like it is for a while, but the separate res will make a nice addition.

i think im gonna do that. i run mine upside down also but no noise only once in a while if the pump is at full speed.
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post #1773 of 20728
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Your whole measurement is flawed, you should delete your post. The width varies on how much space behind mobo, will make width of case different. You didnt measure to the back of mobo tray.
The red line on the Arc is 140mm fan, not 120mm.
Going just by image wont help.


you know saying that its 140mm proves my point even more. if i shortened the red line, it means the green lines size would increase, therefore the green line is longer which proves that there is much more room to fit a rad in a fractal midi r2 compared to the commander ms-3...

making the assumption that those larger holes are for the 120mm fans this blue/yellow comparison would be the NEW ratio Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

even if the measurements are slightly off. Its hands down not debatable that the ratio size between the fan and the other side of the case is favoring in the r2's favor
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post #1774 of 20728
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Your whole measurement is flawed, you should delete your post. The width varies on how much space behind mobo, will make width of case different. You didnt measure to the back of mobo tray.
The red line on the Arc is 140mm fan, not 120mm.
Going just by image wont help.


you know saying that its 140mm proves my point even more. if i shortened the red line, it means the green lines size would increase, therefore the green line is longer which proves that there is much more room to fit a rad in a fractal midi r2 compared to the commander ms-3...

making the assumption that those larger holes are for the 120mm fans this blue/yellow comparison would be the NEW ratio Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

even if the measurements are slightly off. Its hands down not debatable that the ratio size between the fan and the other side of the case is favoring in the r2's favor

Enough you're not help anyone. Unless you have 100% physical proof. Dont bother. Your point is not proven, so please stop posting about this. You have no clue as to how much clearance the case has where the mobo tray sits on.
So if you want to prove your point, then please buy the Thermaltake Commander MS-III and test it.
Show you this as its only one I found so far.
    
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post #1775 of 20728
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Enough you're not help anyone. Unless you have 100% physical proof. Dont bother. Your point is not proven, so please stop posting about this. You have no clue as to how much clearance the case has where the mobo tray sits on.
So if you want to prove your point, then please buy the Thermaltake Commander MS-III and test it.
Show you this as its only one I found so far.

which is why you have to measure out the space of the motherboard standoff to where the 120mm fan starts. then you have to subtract the tallest object on the motherboard which is motherboard specific, the thickness of the motherboard as well. Swiftech most likely does NOT have the unit, as its not a mainstream case being sold. There are also a limited amount of h220's out in existence. Not even a single user with a corsair h100 has an image of it with the unit in their case. The question would have forever been left unanswered because of that, which is where you go into speculation. of course, the user can buy the unit and try to fit it, but its better to know beforehand if the chance of fitting it is low before being disappointed when the unit arrives and cant fit it. what kind of measurements have you made. Your post was just unhelpful to the user at all. Mines at least tries to estimate how much room there is from the motherboard to the side of the radiator.

forside reference as well. I used to own a rosewill future gaming case, about .2 inches thinner in width compared to the commander and its top fans oriented to the left. That case could not fit a 240mmwith fans
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i would say the best midtower case for radiators is the Arc Midi 2
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post #1777 of 20728
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No, you need to point the reservoir UP or add a T line or separate reservoir to catch the air bubbles. The trickling noise is air caught in the pump and it won't go away if there is no reservoir or T line to trap it. A T ine is the cheapes solution, just need a 3/8" T fitting somewhere in the loop with the T branch pointing UP so air can be trapped and run up that brached tube line. You can then use this to fill from. Or you could buy a reservoir like th MCres which is compact, these work a little faster.

But NO it's not good to run the reservoir upside down unless you like the sound of trickling and air bubbles circulating in you loop all the time. Evaporation will continue over time and the air noise will only get worse.

I would add an Mcres to the loop if I were you. You can run it like it is for a while, but the separate res will make a nice addition.

I just checked again and the trickling is 100% gone. Will evaporation occur more quickly if it's upside down or should it still be good for refill until 3 more years as suggested by manufacturer?

Any idea if it affects performance having rad upside down?

Swiftech says the product is compatible with 500R so I shouldn't have to/want buy more additional parts to get it working 100% as it should. The 500R pic isn't clear but for 600R on their product page they have it installed upside down too.


I just don't see how the resesvoir L-shaped' nudge pointing up can fit the 500R when you have the fans installed in the case's top cut-out (the bottom of the cut-out is perfectly flat and doesn't accomodate the res)
     
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post #1778 of 20728
This is due to the Corsair case are tailored for there own products. The clearance form your mobo will determine how you will fit the H220.
You need to first measure if you have enough space.

To have the res pointed up you need to have the fan mounted on the rad. Reason ad is down is to allow the rad to mount directly to the case and the fans is above outside the case on top.
Having the res down, will leave no room for air bubbles. From time to time you will have to shake or flip the rad to remove the air bubbles. Also you will want to check fluid levels.
    
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Finshed product.. GPU temps dropped 10c idle and 45c under full load.. much better than I expected.




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Finshed product.. GPU temps dropped 10c idle and 45c under full load.. much better than I expected.





what are your cpu temps since adding the gpu to the loop?
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