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Originally Posted by jincuteguy View Post

So I heard a lot of ppl bought the new Swiftech X2 and had a lot of pump DOA (dead on arrival), is this true?

One would think that there would be people crying and screaming in this thread if that were true....and that hasn't happened. Where are you seeing these reports, in Corsair forums? rolleyes.gif
post #17992 of 20728
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Originally Posted by ciarlatano View Post

One would think that there would be people crying and screaming in this thread if that were true....and that hasn't happened. Where are you seeing these reports, in Corsair forums? rolleyes.gif

From Newegg review and ppl on here.
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Are you sure the Noiseblocker fans are $30 each? I only the most expensive one on PerformancePC is $20, the rest are less than that?

http://www.amazon.com/Noiseblocker-NB-eLoop-B12-PS-120mmx25mm-Silent/dp/B008RO65UU $26.95 on Amazon.
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Those fans are worth every penny. Performance on B14's is insane. I think its by far the best 140mm fan out there atm.
Also i doubt many Swiftech pumps arriving DoA, if anything swiftech pumps are most reliable imo.
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Originally Posted by jincuteguy View Post

From Newegg review and ppl on here.

Don't see anything on newegg other than 1 person saying their led on the rev and cpu block died and another person said there was pump noise and nobody on here has reported anything so....
post #17996 of 20728
Hello friends. I'm building a new system. I haven't installed an AIO before and the only one I've installed is a Hyper 212 EVO that apparently destroyed my motherboard.

Question is, I can get a 240-X locally for a cheap price. However, I can also get the 320-X Prestige on Amazon but I have to wait for like 2 weeks. Is it worth getting the 320-X Prestige? And is it easy to install?
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Originally Posted by jasongenovaxx View Post

Hello friends. I'm building a new system. I haven't installed an AIO before and the only one I've installed is a Hyper 212 EVO that apparently destroyed my motherboard.

Question is, I can get a 240-X locally for a cheap price. However, I can also get the 320-X Prestige on Amazon but I have to wait for like 2 weeks. Is it worth getting the 320-X Prestige? And is it easy to install?

Lot depends on what you are wanting to cool. Cpu only or do you want to add a gpu? The 240-X works very well for cpu only cooling. Also do you have the mounts in your computer for mounting either radiator?

They are quite easy to install, just mount the radiator and the cpu block. Not difficult at all.
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post #17999 of 20728
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Hello friends. I'm building a new system. I haven't installed an AIO before and the only one I've installed is a Hyper 212 EVO that apparently destroyed my motherboard.

Question is, I can get a 240-X locally for a cheap price. However, I can also get the 320-X Prestige on Amazon but I have to wait for like 2 weeks. Is it worth getting the 320-X Prestige? And is it easy to install?

320 > 240 if your case can fit it. And the fans on the prestige are worth it IMO.

It's not that bad of an install process as long as your case has the space to work with. My case has plenty of space, but the mounting for the radiator was, awkward. . . (Phantom Original, NZXT). Took me roughly 2 hours but that was because I needed to clean my PC, remove my old AIO cooler, run to the store and grab a new precision screwdriver set since the NB fans had too small of an opening for me to access the screws with my current computer tool kit :-P
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320 > 240 if your case can fit it. And the fans on the prestige are worth it IMO.

It's not that bad of an install process as long as your case has the space to work with. My case has plenty of space, but the mounting for the radiator was, awkward. . . (Phantom Original, NZXT). Took me roughly 2 hours but that was because I needed to clean my PC, remove my old AIO cooler, run to the store and grab a new precision screwdriver set since the NB fans had too small of an opening for me to access the screws with my current computer tool kit :-P
Thanks for the reply.

Actually, I haven't decided about the case yet. Although, I really want to get Phanteks Enthoo Primo Special Edition(red). But I'm worried that I might not maximize the use since I'm not going to water cool. And I believe that case is best used for water cooling right?
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