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It seems that newegg.com had another restock of some sort. I was able to complete an order. Excited!!!!
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post #1782 of 20728
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Originally Posted by TeeBlack View Post

i would say the best midtower case for radiators is the Arc Midi 2
After switching to one myself, I'd have to agree. It's an absolute pleasure to work with! You can stick large radiators all over the damn thing, and everything else about it is top notch, as well. The only flaw I can list is the lack of a side fan where the window is. Otherwise, it seems flawless.
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Originally Posted by TeeBlack View Post

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

I added a 120mm rad too, CPU temps went up 4c hitting 57c.. before adding to the loop max CPU was 53c..

this is P95 for 10 min, 8k-8k.. Haven't tested gaming temps yet..
Edited by Klubhead - 4/20/13 at 2:24pm
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Really load it up with fur mark too to get everything toasty!

I saw a 20 c drop on my 670 and a 1c rise with everything loaded up
 
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Really load it up with fur mark too to get everything toasty!

I saw a 20 c drop on my 670 and a 1c rise with everything loaded up

lol.. this is the "1080p preset" .. what settings do you run when testing? (also, it's showing my stock cpu clock, it's actually clocked at 4.3ghz)





1 hour Crysis 3 (CPU only)


1 hour Crysis 3 (CPU+GPU+120mm Rad)

Edited by Klubhead - 4/20/13 at 6:25pm
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Do I just let it sit overnight and hope the bubble comes out?
It wouldn't be a bad idea. Now if that doesn't fix it, then perhaps adding a small drop of soap would be a good approach.
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lol.. this is the "1080p preset" .. what settings do you run when testing? (also, it's showing my stock cpu clock, it's actually clocked at 4.3ghz)

when i ran it at default settings my 670 wouldnt boost to max clocks, so i run it at 2560x1440p on my 27" and was able to get it maxed out. a lot of warm air coming from the rads lol.

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It wouldn't be a bad idea. Now if that doesn't fix it, then perhaps adding a small drop of soap would be a good approach.

I believe he has already added soap (and might be causing the problem he has now), so more probably would be a bad idea. unlike traditional loops we dont have a large reservoir of fluid for the soap to dissolve in.
 
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The darn thing is a fantasy! It doesn't exist anywhere and hasn't since the first week of March:devil:! Seriously, I am NOT exaggerating; I have hit every single store that Swiftech listed as a carrier of the H220 and in addition, thoroughly googled the H220 until I wore out the letter 'H' on my keyboard. Results = Nothing.

I placed a "Notify me" in every store that even thought they may carry it sometime soon and emailed the CS department of those stores that didn't have the option "Notify Me" available, asking them to send me an email if they get one... Nothing.

I really wanted one of these and my build is just sitting there waiting with all the hardware ready to go EXCEPT the H220. It's really bumming me out and after all this waiting, I'm afraid I'm going to have to buy a Thermaltake, or NZXT. But if anyone reads this and knows where I can get an H220 now, PLEASE tell me! I'll even consider an Open Box unit if it's out there and works.
Thanks, Rich
PS Even Swiftech doesn't know when or where! I spoke with them at least 4 times, the last being April 5th.
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I wonder what swiftech does with the debris jammed pumps or the pumps that turned out OK from RMA...refurb discounted pumps?
 
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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)

I've seen the pictures and think it was in error. Reservoir can't work pointing down. Theoretically you can bleed every last bubble out using a barb and tube extension outside of the case which will allow that for a while, but eventually there will be evaporation loss and the air needs a trap. I seriously doubt you can run inverted through the 3year warranty period.

Not my pictures, but I personally wouldn't show any inverted case pictures unless you added a note that an external reservoir or T is needed. Tubing is porous and will eventually evaporate some fluid. Both systems I tested had air in the system when starting and they needed the reservoir properly positioned upward to bleed right.
Edited by Martinm210 - 4/20/13 at 3:46pm
    
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