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I think the answer is yes but can anyone just confirm for me that the H240 X2 should fit in a Phanteks Evolv ATX? Thanks!
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post #18592 of 20825
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Originally Posted by bmt22033 View Post

I think the answer is yes but can anyone just confirm for me that the H240 X2 should fit in a Phanteks Evolv ATX? Thanks!

Yes, very nicely, I have an h240x in mine, x2 is the same size afaik.
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post #18593 of 20825
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Originally Posted by michael-ocn View Post

Yes, very nicely, I have an h240x in mine, x2 is the same size afaik.

Exactly the same as far as mounting in the Evolv ATX.
post #18594 of 20825
Hey all I need some help in getting the last few parts for my waterloop.

First off I will be using my H240-X for this loop (still debating on the 320-X2 Prestige).
The last things I need are ideas for fill and drain ports. I need some kind of shut off valve that I can connect (via short piece of hose) to the fill pot and I need some kind of t-connector with a shut off valve for the drain at the bottom of the loop. I have been looking and I can't seem to find what I am looking for.
At first I was thinking of this Darkside shutoff valve at the top but it seems bulky and may add be a little heavy for the top. Note that I would be using a funnel with this valve.

Anyhow I need suggestions on what to use. I'd like to keep the cost down as much as possible but I do have a little money to spend, so not so low as to suffer in quality or be to bulky.
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post #18595 of 20825
Regarding the LED control on the new units, has anyone found a switch that can plug in or something to that effect on the controller so we don't have push the button on the splitter. I am going to look more at the NZXT Hue + and see if that will somehow work.
post #18596 of 20825
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Originally Posted by ssgtnubb View Post

Regarding the LED control on the new units, has anyone found a switch that can plug in or something to that effect on the controller so we don't have push the button on the splitter. I am going to look more at the NZXT Hue + and see if that will somehow work.

you can use the readily available reset switch of you PC case, or any momentary switch will do, there is a hookup on the hub for plugging switches.
post #18597 of 20825
Based on what I've been reading about some people's experience with the H220 X2, I'm a little afraid. Seems like many people are running into issues with their splitter. I know I would probably be fine with an H220 X but I'm not quite sure if the weird orientation in the Corsair 250D case would cause problems (like someone had issues with a bubble getting trapped in their pump?).
post #18598 of 20825
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Originally Posted by ghostrider85 View Post

you can use the readily available reset switch of you PC case, or any momentary switch will do, there is a hookup on the hub for plugging switches.

That's a great idea, honestly didn't think on that lol

Rep inbound.
post #18599 of 20825
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Originally Posted by t1337dude View Post

Based on what I've been reading about some people's experience with the H220 X2, I'm a little afraid. Seems like many people are running into issues with their splitter. I know I would probably be fine with an H220 X but I'm not quite sure if the weird orientation in the Corsair 250D case would cause problems (like someone had issues with a bubble getting trapped in their pump?).

Yeah they have a recall with the splitter due to weak solders but they already revised it, if you buy now you will most likely get the one with revised splitter, but if you do get the old splitter they will replace it at no cost.

TLDR: don't worry about the splitter, swiftech got your back.
post #18600 of 20825
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Originally Posted by Dango View Post

Nice, build! By the way, have you test the unit yet? We have some issue with the old version of the splitter that you had, the solder join was too weak and may easy come off, cause ALED not working correctly and/or pump not working. We have update to rev2 splitter, so all current units should have rev 2 in the box.
More information and instruction on how to get rev2 splitter on this page: http://www.swiftech.com/technicalbulletin2-9-16.aspx

Quoted for the revision 2 splitter
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