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post #19752 of 20817
anyone manage to modify their h220 x2 into a full custom loop? Am in need of some help with planning etc
post #19753 of 20817
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anyone manage to modify their h220 x2 into a full custom loop? Am in need of some help with planning etc

Many have. What type of help do you need?
post #19754 of 20817
ok i'm using a enthoo evolv glass case.

am thinking of adding another radiator and a reservoir on top of my h220 x2.

I would think the ideal position to mount the h220 x2 would be top mount, pump to CPU/VRM to GPU




would this work?
post #19755 of 20817
post #19756 of 20817
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ok i'm using a enthoo evolv glass case.

am thinking of adding another radiator and a reservoir on top of my h220 x2.

I would think the ideal position to mount the h220 x2 would be top mount, pump to CPU/VRM to GPU




would this work?

Ideally, you would want to flip the front rad to have the ports at the bottom in that scenario. That will allow the tube res to act as, well.....a tube res. The way you have it now, with the liquid attempting to pump up through the res, can cause a number of issues - increased restriction, liquid setting oddly and leaving the top res empty at startup, etc. Flip the front rad, and use the bottom reservoir ports only. You can add a T for your drain line.
post #19757 of 20817
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Ideally, you would want to flip the front rad to have the ports at the bottom in that scenario. That will allow the tube res to act as, well.....a tube res. The way you have it now, with the liquid attempting to pump up through the res, can cause a number of issues - increased restriction, liquid setting oddly and leaving the top res empty at startup, etc. Flip the front rad, and use the bottom reservoir ports only. You can add a T for your drain line.

so I don’t connect the radiator to the h220 x2? Only connect it to the tube reservoir? Sorry am new to this
post #19758 of 20817
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so I don’t connect the radiator to the h220 x2? Only connect it to the tube reservoir? Sorry am new to this

Like this -

post #19759 of 20817
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Like this -


awesome! thanks alot!
post #19760 of 20817
I think my H220 X2 is acting a little funky. Since I got it, it's been relatively silent. But in the last few days, the pump has gotten a bit noisy sounding. I can hear it from across the other side of the living room with the fans turned all the way down. It doesn't have that clicky sound that I've previously experienced with air bubbles. It's sort of just like a loud, dull hum emitting from the pump. When I put my ear next to it, it has a bit of a grinding sound to it. It almost sounds like I have the pump turned up to 100, even though it's only at 0%. But when I turn it from 0% to 100%, the difference isn't as much as I remember it being.
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