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H220 is a watercooling kit. Ones you build. Not like the AIO you see now, that are sealed.

With the res down, you will need to top it off. its like any watercooling system now.
The 3-year maintenance free is as stated if you do not open it.

Which rep told you this?
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Thing is that you dont have to do anything to the H220 if you do not open it.
If you mount it correctly with the fill port up, you shouldnt need to fill it. Thats what the 3 year maintenance free warranty does.

The H220 is a custom kit, just per-built for you.

Bram said you may need to top it off regularly, implying that the 3-year maintence-free claim is bogus (sorry I couldn't think of a better word...it may sound harsh)

I disagree with you, H220 is marketed as a AIO maintence-free for a few years backed by the pioneers of the WC industry.

I do feel it is misleading 500R/600T owners that their case is compatible without noting some fine print of said exception (T-line/external res needed or 3-year maintence free does not apply)
Edited by twitchyzero - 4/28/13 at 10:11pm
     
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H220 is a watercooling kit. Ones you build. Not like the AIO you see now, that are sealed.

With the res down, you will need to top it off. its like any watercooling system now.
The 3-year maintenance free is as stated if you do not open it.

Which rep told you this?
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Thing is that you dont have to do anything to the H220 if you do not open it.
If you mount it correctly with the fill port up, you shouldnt need to fill it. Thats what the 3 year maintenance free warranty does.

The H220 is a custom kit, just per-built for you.

Bram said you may need to top it off regularly, implying that the 3-year maintence-free claim is bogus (sorry I couldn't think of a better word...it may sound harsh)

I disagree with you, H220 is marketed as a AIO maintence-free for a few years backed by the pioneers of the WC industry.

I do feel it is misleading 500R/600T owners that their case is compatible without noting some fine print of said exception (T-line/external res needed or 3-year maintence free does not apply)

Yes it is AIO with expandability. It is still a custom kit. Its not a bogus claim. You dont really need to fill it, not unless you open the system up.
There is no misleading from the 500R/600T. Blame Corsair for that, they are the ones to make the case specifically to use there H100/H100i and no one else.
Swiftech cant make a unit that works with every case. That is your job to find the correct one that will suit your needs.
    
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There is no misleading from the 500R/600T. Swiftech cant make a unit that works with every case. That is your job to find the correct one that will suit your needs.
Oh? Then why would Swiftech under their Product page under the tab compatibility list the 500R/600T as compatible?



Yeah it fits alright, but it won't run to specification, aka no refills during the 1st 3 years.

Like I said, they need to put in a fine print for those 2 cases.

I'm not trying to play the scumbag lawyer here or create tension against an otherwise superb team that stand behind their product, but one can clearly see why this issue is misleading.

I agree Corsair is lame for making their case proprietary.
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As it would fit in that case with the port down. Not the best way of doing it. All this came at a rush for everyone once H220 was released. There is even some mobo that might make the 500R/600T will prevent the H220 from even fitting.

I'm not trying to be a bad guy here, its just not all Swiftech responsibility to make sure everything works with everything. I know that myself if I need to make sure what i got fits, I have to measure and understand what I'm getting.

Cant expect to be spoon fed everything. Which i see many people need now.

I understand. Why not just get a better case, so you do not have to worry about this.
$100 or less you can get the Arc Midi R2. You can P/P your H220 on the top with no clearance issues.
Sell your 500R to help pay for the difference.
    
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So I guess I am the only one that is having problems with the screws being too long? frown.gif
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@swiftech

Is there any news when us Brits can get our hands on the H220, seems like I've been waiting forever for it to come out. The only place I can find it online to the UK just keeps updating their Pre-order dates later and later and later. mad.gif
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Is there any news when us Brits can get our hands on the H220, seems like I've been waiting forever for it to come out. The only place I can find it online to the UK just keeps updating their Pre-order dates later and later and later. mad.gif
By the time they show up in the UK, the H320 will probably be out, or something better than the H220. I gave up after waiting for months and got a H100i.
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So I guess I am the only one that is having problems with the screws being too long? frown.gif

Mine were too short to mount from top of my 650D through its own anti vibration pads, down the noctuas with their set of two anti vibration pads on every corner and down into the radiator lol. I went to hardware store and got some black replacements for correct length.
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As it would fit in that case with the port down. Not the best way of doing it. All this came at a rush for everyone once H220 was released. There is even some mobo that might make the 500R/600T will prevent the H220 from even fitting.

I'm not trying to be a bad guy here, its just not all Swiftech responsibility to make sure everything works with everything. I know that myself if I need to make sure what i got fits, I have to measure and understand what I'm getting.

Cant expect to be spoon fed everything. Which i see many people need now.

I understand. Why not just get a better case, so you do not have to worry about this.
$100 or less you can get the Arc Midi R2. You can P/P your H220 on the top with no clearance issues.
Sell your 500R to help pay for the difference.

When a consumer looks at a list of cases deemed "Compatible" by the manufacturer, they are under the impression that the H220 is just that, compatible with their case, without additional modification or "what ifs." Its not even a matter of being spoon fed, its a matter of a representation being made by the manufacturer of the product, that we put this in X case and we deem the case to be compatible. Now Swiftech is backpeddaling on its claims of maintenance free for users of the 500R and possibly other cases in the future they have deemed "Compatible." If Swiftech was smart and/or cared about what its customers will do with the H220, it would alert uses of specific cases while it is compatible, you wont get the trouble free solution we advertise.

Your suggestion for a better case is a great solution and helpful, given that its very practical to get an entirely new case for the H220 and that the 500R is an excellent case in its on right.
Edited by amtbr - 4/29/13 at 6:47am
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Gabe or Bram any idea how much the H320 is going to cost in the UK ? smile.gif
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