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You can mount your radiator in the front of that case, so long as it fits that is. I'm not sure if I've seen anyone attempt to install it in the front of this particular case. Just make sure that when you do install it in the front that you have the reservoir on the radiator sitting up. This way the reservoir will still be able to function as an air trap. As long as you have the reservoir sitting above the radiator you should be good to go. If after you start the kit you find some small air bubbles have moved into the pump you can simply rotate your case so that the bubbles will travel into the reservoir. After this is done you shouldn't have to worry about it again for a few years.

Thanks for the reply. Think I'm ready to get my feet wet..... (get it?).
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Thanks for the reply. Think I'm ready to get my feet wet..... (get it?).

Congratulations and welcome to the club thumb.gif
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I ordered my H220 earlier today from Newegg and I expect to see it here by Thursday. I can't wait to finally put this to use on my P9X79 WS board with the 3930K i just got. biggrin.gif
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Yep, those are the holes I used.

I stand corrected. I thought it was tighter then that when I had first mounted the H220 in the case before I added my second radiator. I could have swore that my hoses were rubbing on the 5.25" bay and adding pressure on my 90 degree fittings. Your case looks nice and clean no doubt.
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Yep, those are the holes I used.

I stand corrected. I thought it was tighter then that when I had first mounted the H220 in the case before I added my second radiator. I could have swore that my hoses were rubbing on the 5.25" bay and adding pressure on my 90 degree fittings. Your case looks nice and clean no doubt.
This case really has been awesome to work with. Since that photo was taken, I've upgraded the h220 rad to push/pull, and I'm also about to install two additional closed loops (Zalman LQ320's) up front -- one for each GPU. Those will be push/pull as well, and I've already tested them to ensure they fit without any required mods to the case. Good stuff! smile.gif
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Ok so I was playing Crysis 3 happily until I saw very high temps and turned off my computer. Now it refuses to reboot and I suspect a pump failure. This would be the 2nd time I have to RMA a H220. Any ideas? I don't really have much patience, since last time I RMA'd I had to wait for a month..

EDIT: CPU is fine, since I got into the BIOS VERY BRIEFLY
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Ok so I was playing Crysis 3 happily until I saw very high temps and turned off my computer. Now it refuses to reboot and I suspect a pump failure. This would be the 2nd time I have to RMA a H220. Any ideas? I don't really have much patience, since last time I RMA'd I had to wait for a month..

EDIT: CPU is fine, since I got into the BIOS VERY BRIEFLY

Are you plugging the Pump into the motherboard CPU fan header or the included pwm splitter? If you plug it into the CPU fan header, you should get a CPU Fan error in the Bios if it is dead.
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Are you plugging the Pump into the motherboard CPU fan header or the included pwm splitter? If you plug it into the CPU fan header, you should get a CPU Fan error in the Bios if it is dead.

Tried both, but I have the error thing turned off and it IS the pump, but can I fix it myself? I don't really want to wait for half a year to get a new one. It is their responsibility. It is in no way my fault that the H220 seems to have high failure rates. I am gonna have to return to my goddamn HYPER 212 EVO again. :S
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Are you plugging the Pump into the motherboard CPU fan header or the included pwm splitter? If you plug it into the CPU fan header, you should get a CPU Fan error in the Bios if it is dead.

Tried both, but I have the error thing turned off and it IS the pump, but can I fix it myself? I don't really want to wait for half a year to get a new one. It is their responsibility. It is in no way my fault that the H220 seems to have high failure rates. I am gonna have to return to my goddamn HYPER 212 EVO again. :S





Oh great quad post FFS...
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Sorry for the repeat question guys but it seems the more research I do the more hesitation I have. I have a Define R4 that I'd like to front-mount the H220 in (with all hdd cages removed) as an intake. However, I keep reading in this forum something about it being bad to place the reservoir below the pump. I think the H220's radiator is a combo reservoir too right? And so in my setup preference, the reservoir would indeed be below the pump? Is this a no go?

It can be done. Your radiator will be upside down, so the reservoir will be at the bottom. I had to leave my rad outside my case on top and slowly work out all air bubbles and top it off. Definitely not a recommended install, but it can and does work.
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