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There is only one choice, caselabs, and before someone whines too expensive someone just bought a used one for 100

A used one? Where? Ebay or Craiglist?
he found it local, but check cl ebay and ocn
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post #18032 of 20728
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More like the XSPC AX, seeing as how both share the same core.

Hate roving off topic again, but I was speaking strictly from a performance standpoint. They are essentially identical:
post #18033 of 20728
amazon = tax for texas, and they are definitely price gouging on the h220x prestige / H320 x2 Prestige setups.

Performance-pcs has them for retail pricing from swiftech, no tax outside of Florida, and shipping is pretty much covered when you use the OCN code OCN55 for 5.5% off.

Shipping took 3 days to get it to me. I'd recommend ordering from them. My total was just north of 192 for the H220 x2 prestige shipped.

Side bar: I changed my profiles up a bit on it, since my silent profile was causing issues with temperature spikes and just seemed ridiculous (20% until 80 degrees, then jumps to 60% power). Now I have it at 20% till 50C then it jumps to 50% till 65C then 60% till 80C. This seems to provide me with the best results.

With my 120mm Radiator and Corsair AIO @ 1.225V 4.7ghz on my i7 4790k under a stress test in real bench max temperatures fell around 95 at its peak.

With the 240mm Radiator on my H220x2 Prestige, on the fan profile described above, with the same CPU settings, after running the same test max temperatures fall around 70C with the house being around 26C in both tests. When I push things to 4.9ghz @ 1.299V things max around 81 under encoding stress tests in handbrake. The corsair would tip at 100C and I'd have to back off at this point.

I am also running 2 less case fans (200mm x2 top exhaust replaced with the new radiator - and haven't replaced my back exhaust fan quite yet since I've ordered an eLoop to go there after using the ones on the new AIO).


Just my observations thus far.
post #18034 of 20728
Is the OCN code one time use or any order? It's going to be my first time ordering from them when I put my 980Ti under water as well, would be handy since shipping to HK is ~$70 for tubing, barbs, coolant. If it's one time just going to pull the trigger on everything at once. THanks!
post #18035 of 20728
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he found it local, but check cl ebay and ocn
problem with that is that areas like mine people only sell garbage pcs and parts...I think I might have found one or two decent deals...I bought a g5 mouse and that's sit ask I've found...a lot of low life's selling "gaming" and "top of the line" computers from 2005 as current
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problem with that is that areas like mine people only sell garbage pcs and parts...I think I might have found one or two decent deals...I bought a g5 mouse and that's sit ask I've found...a lot of low life's selling "gaming" and "top of the line" computers from 2005 as current

My area is the same way, it amazes me what people think their old computer parts are worth. The guys with the old video cards seems to be the worst, I have seen nVidia GT 8800 for $100. I just laugh and shake my head.
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Hate roving off topic again, but I was speaking strictly from a performance standpoint. They are essentially identical: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Not in my tests. The AX and EK PE shared development as a result of collaboration and perform near identically, and tangibly better than the older, budget model XSPC EX. But yeah it's off topic like you said smile.gif

Back to Swiftech now. I am curious to see if any owners of the new models have disassembled the CPU block for whatever reason. The original Apogee XL was pretty restrictive to liquid flow and didn't scale great with flow past 0.7-0.8 GPM (which kinda made the restriction a moot point if not expanded). They had been working on a higher flow baseplate for close to an year now with implementation planned in both the coolers and the standalone CPU block. I am curious about the improvements from a design standpoint, since the new coolers are supposed to have them already.
post #18038 of 20728
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Is the OCN code one time use or any order? It's going to be my first time ordering from them when I put my 980Ti under water as well, would be handy since shipping to HK is ~$70 for tubing, barbs, coolant. If it's one time just going to pull the trigger on everything at once. THanks!

It's not one time use as far as I can tell. You can use it with an official or guest account.
post #18039 of 20728
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amazon = tax for texas, and they are definitely price gouging on the h220x prestige / H320 x2 Prestige setups.

Performance-pcs has them for retail pricing from swiftech, no tax outside of Florida, and shipping is pretty much covered when you use the OCN code OCN55 for 5.5% off.

Shipping took 3 days to get it to me. I'd recommend ordering from them. My total was just north of 192 for the H220 x2 prestige shipped.

Side bar: I changed my profiles up a bit on it, since my silent profile was causing issues with temperature spikes and just seemed ridiculous (20% until 80 degrees, then jumps to 60% power). Now I have it at 20% till 50C then it jumps to 50% till 65C then 60% till 80C. This seems to provide me with the best results.

With my 120mm Radiator and Corsair AIO @ 1.225V 4.7ghz on my i7 4790k under a stress test in real bench max temperatures fell around 95 at its peak.

With the 240mm Radiator on my H220x2 Prestige, on the fan profile described above, with the same CPU settings, after running the same test max temperatures fall around 70C with the house being around 26C in both tests. When I push things to 4.9ghz @ 1.299V things max around 81 under encoding stress tests in handbrake. The corsair would tip at 100C and I'd have to back off at this point.

I am also running 2 less case fans (200mm x2 top exhaust replaced with the new radiator - and haven't replaced my back exhaust fan quite yet since I've ordered an eLoop to go there after using the ones on the new AIO).


Just my observations thus far.

What state are you in that it took 3days to ship from PerformancePCs?
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post #18040 of 20728
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Not in my tests. The AX and EK PE shared development as a result of collaboration and perform near identically, and tangibly better than the older, budget model XSPC EX. But yeah it's off topic like you said smile.gif

Back to Swiftech now. I am curious to see if any owners of the new models have disassembled the CPU block for whatever reason. The original Apogee XL was pretty restrictive to liquid flow and didn't scale great with flow past 0.7-0.8 GPM (which kinda made the restriction a moot point if not expanded). They had been working on a higher flow baseplate for close to an year now with implementation planned in both the coolers and the standalone CPU block. I am curious about the improvements from a design standpoint, since the new coolers are supposed to have them already.

Well someone has to do a more detailed review other than just temperature
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