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post #18421 of 20809
I am going to go with the XPSC fitting adapters. They come in the same exact color of their compression fittings and they are $1 cheaper than the Barrow fittings that @Jidonsu recommended. I need 8 total fittings for this loop but I am not sure how many 90 deg and 45 deg I will need in that total.
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post #18422 of 20809
so began the fill and leak test last night/ 5am this morning




no leaks so far. And does need a top up again, havent really noticed a massive hit with the flow of having two GPX visually but I know there is and you can hear a quieter flow of water.

Really wish the X2 was out when i got this , mind it was £100 so bargain. Massively let down by the res window with the blood red liquid, guessing it would of looked miles better with the new version.
Maybe if i do this build again I will use the new version if i can source it out. Also hard line tubing.
Pump is a soft hum running at full wack, not sure if this is due to having 2 GPX blocks killing the flow but was expecting some sound!
post #18423 of 20809
I'll be cleaning and refilling my un-expanded h240x. About how much fluid does it take to fill it up? 1 liter, 0.5 liters, 333ml? I'm looking for a ballpark figure.
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post #18424 of 20809
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Originally Posted by michael-ocn View Post

I'll be cleaning and refilling my un-expanded h240x. About how much fluid does it take to fill it up? 1 liter, 0.5 liters, 333ml? I'm looking for a ballpark figure.

I vaguely remember using about 250-275ml last time I refilled mine but I could be remembering wrong.
post #18425 of 20809
Will the H140-X fit into the Corsair 250D? Is this probably the best cooling option I have available given the space? I won't use Corsair coolers anymore after my previous experience with their H80i.
post #18426 of 20809
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Will the H140-X fit into the Corsair 250D? Is this probably the best cooling option I have available given the space? I won't use Corsair coolers anymore after my previous experience with their H80i.

I don't believe so, but it appears the H220-X (or X2) would fit on the side.

After you use one of these, you won't use Corsair anymore due to performance, noise and build quality differences. tongue.gif
post #18427 of 20809
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I don't believe so, but it appears the H220-X (or X2) would fit on the side.

After you use one of these, you won't use Corsair anymore due to performance, noise and build quality differences. tongue.gif

I have an H240-X in my Corsair 450D now so I already considered the H220-X, but I've heard mixed opinions on how it fits... so I would need some assistance.

I heard it might not work with RAM with large heat spreaders or mobo's with large heatsinks. Do you think it could fit with this RAM and mobo? I'll also ask in the Corsair 250D club to see if they can help. I'm afraid to order everything and find out it doesn't fit and be stuck without a heatsink.

Anyone also know if the reservoir on the X2 is smaller than the regular model?
Edited by t1337dude - 2/24/16 at 3:38am
post #18428 of 20809
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Originally Posted by t1337dude View Post

I have an H240-X in my Corsair 450D now so I already considered the H220-X, but I've heard mixed opinions on how it fits... so I would need some assistance.

I heard it might not work with RAM with large heat spreaders or mobo's with large heatsinks. Do you think it could fit with this RAM and mobo? I'll also ask in the Corsair 250D club to see if they can help. I'm afraid to order everything and find out it doesn't fit and be stuck without a heatsink.

Anyone also know if the reservoir on the X2 is smaller than the regular model?

Can't really help you there. I have never installed components in a 250D or evaluated fit at more than an eyeballing.
post #18429 of 20809
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Can't really help you there. I have never installed components in a 250D or evaluated fit at more than an eyeballing.

Thanks. I'm just going to go for it (the H220-X2). I noticed some people complaining about issues with their 250D had something to do with the pump orientation, and from what I've read in reviews the X2 doesn't have orientation issues that the previous models had.

Just to be safe I opted for some low-profile 16Gb DDR4 3000 memory because it was on a Shell-shocker Newegg deal. I hope it's not handicapped in any way by being low-profile. As for the motherboard...I'll just have to hope for the best. They all seem to be roughly similar in the clearance they offer so I really won't know until I try.
post #18430 of 20809
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Thanks. I'm just going to go for it (the H220-X2). I noticed some people complaining about issues with their 250D had something to do with the pump orientation, and from what I've read in reviews the X2 doesn't have orientation issues that the previous models had.

Just to be safe I opted for some low-profile 16Gb DDR4 3000 memory because it was on a Shell-shocker Newegg deal. I hope it's not handicapped in any way by being low-profile. As for the motherboard...I'll just have to hope for the best. They all seem to be roughly similar in the clearance they offer so I really won't know until I try.

LOL....."low profile" in today's world simply means "functional, rather than ornamental, heat spreaders". The only handicap will be looks.
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