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post #19701 of 20809
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Idk, to have your cake and eat it too... options seem to be to either get a new case or get a new cooler, standalone rad + tube res/pump assembly, or maybe a nice big air cooler

LOL - I was going to say "An Evolv ATX TG would have made this really easy.......and would have been a lot better built".
post #19702 of 20809
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LOL - I was going to say "An Evolv ATX TG would have made this really easy.......and would have been a lot better built".

To be fair though, the problem is with the h220 not being able to run in the desired orientation. The 600c looks like a nice smallish midsize case.

Is it possible for the pump on the h220x2 be rotated 180 degrees? Pull the pump from the res, rotate 180, then reattach to the res? That would put the pump in the orientation it has when running top-mounted.
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post #19703 of 20809
The radiator can be installed horizontally or vertically - right side up or upside down in both configurations: in other words, horizontally with the pump/reservoir facing down (top of the case), horizontally with the pump/reservoir facing up (bottom of the case - * see important note below), vertically with the pump/reservoir at top (back of the case), vertically with the pump/reservoir at bottom (front of the case), or it can also be installed on the side.

* Important note: when installed horizontally with the pump/reservoir facing up, the amount of space available for air trap is reduced, therefore necessitating to keep the reservoir always full of coolant, particularly at high pump speed, in order to avoid entrainment of air into the pump. Because of this limitation, the 3 year no-maintenance representation stated above cannot be ascertained in such configuration.

That is from the installation notes on performance pc for the H220-X2 I think you would probably be alright mounting it upside down but you need to make sure and keep the reservoir full all the time.
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post #19704 of 20809
Hey everyone, first time water cooler and I'm getting an H240x2. Most places say fill with distilled water. I plan to add a Mayhem pastel and expand with a EK waterblock for the EVGA 1080. Should I wait to replace the liquid that the h240 comes with? Does it matter?
    
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post #19705 of 20809
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Hey everyone, first time water cooler and I'm getting an H240x2. Most places say fill with distilled water. I plan to add a Mayhem pastel and expand with a EK waterblock for the EVGA 1080. Should I wait to replace the liquid that the h240 comes with? Does it matter?

I'm not sure I fully understand your question, and you seem to be confused on a couple of things.

First, if you are going pastel (which Swiftech strongly recommends against) you will need to buy the concentrate to mix with distilled water (or you can simply buy it pre-mixed, but the cost and shipping is ridiculous). Adding pastel to the coolant that is in the unit when you buy it is not advisable.
post #19706 of 20809
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Hey everyone, first time water cooler and I'm getting an H240x2. Most places say fill with distilled water. I plan to add a Mayhem pastel and expand with a EK waterblock for the EVGA 1080. Should I wait to replace the liquid that the h240 comes with? Does it matter?

What @ciarlatano said. Plus if you are a first time water cooler I would stick with what is in the H240-X2 for now. If you wanted some color just add what comes with the kit. When you expand to add your graphics card you will still need to add some distilled water.

FYI, pastels are not recommended by most people especially for beginners. Adding a pastel mix to a loop will require you to do more maintenance than normally required. I recommend you get some experience with water cooling before you venture into the pastel category.
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post #19707 of 20809
Do you guys think I'd be able to run two 360mm radiators (one the stock radiator) and a GPU block on the original H320? Or is the pump not powerful enough?
post #19708 of 20809
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Do you guys think I'd be able to run two 360mm radiators (one the stock radiator) and a GPU block on the original H320? Or is the pump not powerful enough?

You absolutely can.
post #19709 of 20809
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You absolutely can.

Are you sure it would? A friend said this " Harry Nowland:
Yes 2 rads on that power is just not going to happen. You impede the flow rate and create hot plates instead"

Do you have any proof or anything of it being fine?
post #19710 of 20809
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Are you sure it would? A friend said this " Harry Nowland:
Yes 2 rads on that power is just not going to happen. You impede the flow rate and create hot plates instead"

Do you have any proof or anything of it being fine?

That has over 2m of head pressure. Read through this thread, you will find many users who have done that and more.
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