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Not trying start an argument or anything but if you already bought the H220 why do you care so much about the H100i? If you dont like the unit or it dont perform as well as you want i say return it or sell it. I can care less what the H100i can do. I bought the H220 because i wanted it and i plan to expand it later on. I say enjoy your purchase and stop worrying about other coolers. Like i said not trying to start an argrument just my 2 cents.

Because of the conflicting reviews that have already been done between the 2 coolers. People want the real numbers. I was one of them looking for answers.
My H220 is on the way! biggrin.gif
Edited by Tom Thumb - 3/12/13 at 7:10pm
 
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I wonder why Martin hasn't published his H100i comparison yet. Didn't he get a Corsair unit a week or so ago?
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I wonder why Martin hasn't published his H100i comparison yet. Didn't he get a Corsair unit a week or so ago?

Who was it that said the H220 hoses were "too long"..? Turns out the h100i hoses are about 2" too short to bottom mount in my Switch 810, so i am having to retest the H220 in top so i can get a direct apples to apples comparison.

I got noise testing done for at least the two, but still working on thermals. I hate retesting stuff, but mixing mout type isn't an acceptable comparison. I'm anal that way I know. Patience..patience...noise videos and charts are posted for that part. H220 is ahead in noise per RPM by a few dBA, but I would suggest listening to the videos to understand noise quality difference too. Plan to use this so I can compare noise vs dT. Cheers! Martin

Oh yeah, I also moved in the last two weeks so been a little preoccupied carrying boxes up three flights of stairs...smile.gif
    
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Who was it that said the H220 hoses were "too long"..? Turns out the h100i hoses are about 2" too short to bottom mount in my Switch 810, so i am having to retest the H220 in top so i can get a direct apples to apples comparison.

I got noise testing done for at least the two, but still working on thermals. I hate retesting stuff, but mixing mout type isn't an acceptable comparison. I'm anal that way I know. Patience..patience...noise videos and charts are posted for that part. H220 is ahead in noise per RPM by a few dBA, but I would suggest listening to the videos to understand noise quality difference too. Plan to use this so I can compare noise vs dT. Cheers! Martin

Oh yeah, I also moved in the last two weeks so been a little preoccupied carrying boxes up three flights of stairs...smile.gif
I know how you feel. I spent last week testing the H100i and Zalman CNPS20LQ in a Phantom 630 while I waited for the H220. Long story short, decided to change to the Fractal Arc Midi R2, so had to start all over again.
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Who was it that said the H220 hoses were "too long"..? Turns out the h100i hoses are about 2" too short to bottom mount in my Switch 810, so i am having to retest the H220 in top so i can get a direct apples to apples comparison.

I got noise testing done for at least the two, but still working on thermals. I hate retesting stuff, but mixing mout type isn't an acceptable comparison. I'm anal that way I know. Patience..patience...noise videos and charts are posted for that part. H220 is ahead in noise per RPM by a few dBA, but I would suggest listening to the videos to understand noise quality difference too. Plan to use this so I can compare noise vs dT. Cheers! Martin

Oh yeah, I also moved in the last two weeks so been a little preoccupied carrying boxes up three flights of stairs...smile.gif

Hey, beggars can't be choosers, right? biggrin.gif Looking forward to the full report.

And holy cr@p!! Those H100i fans are OBNOXIOUS!!
Edited by AdamMT - 3/12/13 at 8:11pm
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So, initial reports of H220 with Z77E-ITX.

The odd placement of the CPU socket strikes again. You run into trouble no matter how you orient the CPU block, but it does fit. I have a feeling low profile (read that the samsung wonderram) will fit ok, but the left side (towards the output ports) the chipset block will just barely touch the swivel barb, it doesn't cause any contact issues, and temps are fine as far as I can see, but the metal is definitely contacting the barb.

Now, if you're an idiot like I am, you just sent your 16 gigs of wonderram to your friend when you sold your old full tower case, and now are stuck with vengance 16gb full size. This most definitely does not fit, the barb completely blocks the DIMM slot above the low profile ram. I'm going to steal my GFs samsung ram this weekend, and I will report back with any findings. I anticipate this to work based on the height of block and the location of the swivel barb.

If you want to avoid these said issues... It is the same story as usual, the swivel barb like practically every cooler, will block your PCIe slot. It can't be helped, you have no choice but to go with the horizontal configuration. Buy yourself some low profile ram guys.

Now, this cooler is freaking great. I can't wait to get my EK titan block and this other res I ordered into the loop and see what kinda cooling potential I can get! I'll be doing that this weekend, so stay tuned!
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So, initial reports of H220 with Z77E-ITX.

The odd placement of the CPU socket strikes again. You run into trouble no matter how you orient the CPU block, but it does fit. I have a feeling low profile (read that the samsung wonderram) will fit ok, but the left side (towards the output ports) the chipset block will just barely touch the swivel barb, it doesn't cause any contact issues, and temps are fine as far as I can see, but the metal is definitely contacting the barb.

Now, if you're an idiot like I am, you just sent your 16 gigs of wonderram to your friend when you sold your old full tower case, and now are stuck with vengance 16gb full size. This most definitely does not fit, the barb completely blocks the DIMM slot above the low profile ram. I'm going to steal my GFs samsung ram this weekend, and I will report back with any findings. I anticipate this to work based on the height of block and the location of the swivel barb.

If you want to avoid these said issues... It is the same story as usual, the swivel barb like practically every cooler, will block your PCIe slot. It can't be helped, you have no choice but to go with the horizontal configuration. Buy yourself some low profile ram guys.

Now, this cooler is freaking great. I can't wait to get my EK titan block and this other res I ordered into the loop and see what kinda cooling potential I can get! I'll be doing that this weekend, so stay tuned!

Vengeance RAM doesn't need heatsinks; pull the black sticker of the top and the 2 sides can be unclipped from eachother easily to remove the heatsinks. I'd say that's the easiest solution.
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My previous statement wasnt directed at anyone. It was a general opinion by me. I say that because this is the H220 Club but i been hearing so much talking about the H100i in here. So i hope people dont take what i said personal or the wrong way. Btw about the H220 hose being too long the Kraken X60 hose are almost just as long as the H220 but nobody never mentioned that not even TTL.
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So, initial reports of H220 with Z77E-ITX.

The odd placement of the CPU socket strikes again. You run into trouble no matter how you orient the CPU block, but it does fit. I have a feeling low profile (read that the samsung wonderram) will fit ok, but the left side (towards the output ports) the chipset block will just barely touch the swivel barb, it doesn't cause any contact issues, and temps are fine as far as I can see, but the metal is definitely contacting the barb.

Now, if you're an idiot like I am, you just sent your 16 gigs of wonderram to your friend when you sold your old full tower case, and now are stuck with vengance 16gb full size. This most definitely does not fit, the barb completely blocks the DIMM slot above the low profile ram. I'm going to steal my GFs samsung ram this weekend, and I will report back with any findings. I anticipate this to work based on the height of block and the location of the swivel barb.

If you want to avoid these said issues... It is the same story as usual, the swivel barb like practically every cooler, will block your PCIe slot. It can't be helped, you have no choice but to go with the horizontal configuration. Buy yourself some low profile ram guys.

Now, this cooler is freaking great. I can't wait to get my EK titan block and this other res I ordered into the loop and see what kinda cooling potential I can get! I'll be doing that this weekend, so stay tuned!
Just in case you didnt know, Crucial makes super low profile ram now too.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820148655
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820148663
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