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post #1911 of 20767
I know that it won't take long to knock sell them out. As I said earlier, I was waiting for three months and I was just about to give up and go for a Thermaltake when one of the folks on this website convince me that it shouldn't be too much longer before they start hitting the stores.

I believe that was sometime yesterday or the day before and if it wasn't for that, right now I'd be working on trying to return the Thermaltake so I can then by the Swiftech. Talk about a near miss!tongue.gif
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post #1912 of 20767
Been running my second pump for the last week and all has been good so far. My first pump had problems with the intermittent shutdowns. It took almost three weeks for the RMA to come in, understandably as the unit is in such high demand. Props to Bryan and their CS team though, great service.



^ Here it is running in a slightly updated configuration.



^ Temps after about 1 hour of Prime95 Small FFTs and Kombustor Stress Test. CPU @ 3.8Ghz (will overclock later). 7950 @ 1000/1575.

I'm concerned that the temps are a little high, the rads get pretty hot to the touch. I think it has more to do with the fans and their orientations. The M160 rad at the bottom concerns me, it's using two Fractal 80mm in a pull config.
Edited by mojojj31 - 4/23/13 at 6:36pm
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post #1913 of 20767
Your setup would prove to be pretty warm, since you're cooling a GPU and a CPU with a minor increase in overall radiator surface area from stock (2x 120s, one being slightly more thick, and the small one). Not to mention with a panel on, you have at least 2 radiators pulling already warmed air.

clean looking setup though.

the air from my 240mm + 120mm is pretty warm with everything loaded up. Best if fresh/cool air is fed to them.
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Yea. Contemplating moving to a new case. Waiting to see what the 350D could potentially offer.
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Mojo, what fans are you using? You could possibly get some more cooling by push/pulling that 180/120s. Could you show an overhead shot of the top? I was curious if you could fit anymore RAD in there.

What direction are the fans blowing as well?
post #1916 of 20767
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Mojo, what fans are you using? You could possibly get some more cooling by push/pulling that 180/120s. Could you show an overhead shot of the top? I was curious if you could fit anymore RAD in there.

What direction are the fans blowing as well?
Push/pull not possible too much. The bottom 160 has not enough clearance just for the rad and fans.
The top 120rad only way to do P/P is to go thinner. Even then P/P is not always a big drop in temps.

Bottom/Top is Pull and Middle is Push towards the top.
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Yea. Contemplating moving to a new case. Waiting to see what the 350D could potentially offer.
The 350D top is a thin 30mm rad with push or pull. Designed to use Corsair H100/H100i. The front is iffy, there looks to be restrictive panels blocking partial rad/fan, which is part of the frame. 240 should be ok, but not knows if the HDD cage is removable yet.
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post #1917 of 20767
Just received my H220 back from RMA tonight. I just got everything hooked up and it is running great. I had the normal air in the system sound but after tapping the hoses, rotating the unit and letting it run for awhile that all cleared up. I definitely received a refurbished pump. As you can see in the picture that the cover looks like someone either dropped it or tried to epoxy the top back on. No biggie though since it is running smooth as silk thus far.

Thank Bryan. I will try to get my unit sent back to you on Wednesday or Thursday.

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Mojo, what fans are you using? You could possibly get some more cooling by push/pulling that 180/120s. Could you show an overhead shot of the top? I was curious if you could fit anymore RAD in there.

What direction are the fans blowing as well?



Bottom fans are Fractal 80mms, running pull as intake. Side fan is a Scythe Slim pushing as intake. Top fan is a Cougar Vortex pulling as exhaust.
I'm currently running with the side panel off so that I can admire my handiwork, so exhaust/intake isn't mattering so much at the moment. Not much room for any more rads really.

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Push/pull not possible too much. The bottom 160 has not enough clearance just for the rad and fans.
The top 120rad only way to do P/P is to go thinner. Even then P/P is not always a big drop in temps.

Bottom/Top is Pull and Middle is Push towards the top.
The 350D top is a thin 30mm rad with push or pull. Designed to use Corsair H100/H100i. The front is iffy, there looks to be restrictive panels blocking partial rad/fan, which is part of the frame. 240 should be ok, but not knows if the HDD cage is removable yet.

Pretty spot on with the rad analysis. The top rad (EK XTX) has got a fairly low FPI, the Cougar is handling it pretty well. I doubt an extra fan in P/P would do much to temps.

I'm also considering the Arc Mini and TJ08E as alternatives. We'll see how things turn out with the 350D though.
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H220 arrived ~ 9 A.M. this morning at my work! !@#$ why do i have to be stuck at work right now. I wanna go home and install it!
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H220 arrived ~ 9 A.M. this morning at my work! !@#$ why do i have to be stuck at work right now. I wanna go home and install it!
I definitely know that feeling! Just try not to stare at the clock all day... devil.gif
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