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yeah we already had a uk release

but they have all sold out

saw it on tekheads.co.uk and specialtech and overclock.co.uk

Ive seen it on specialtech but never actually said in stock. So your telling me this h220 has been out of stock in the UK for months and they cant restock it? Did they only make 100 h220s or something?

Infact on specialtech I dont think its ever been in stock, its always said preorder item.
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Ive seen it on specialtech but never actually said in stock. So your telling me this h220 has been out of stock in the UK for months and they cant restock it? Did they only make 100 h220s or something?

Infact on specialtech I dont think its ever been in stock, its always said preorder item.

Swiftech was moving their manufacturing to a bigger building, this cause a delay in the release and the amount being built.
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Ive seen it on specialtech but never actually said in stock. So your telling me this h220 has been out of stock in the UK for months and they cant restock it? Did they only make 100 h220s or something?

i saw it actually in stock on all 3 sites i listed--specialtech sold out really fast

overclock.co.uk sold out pretty fast

but the ones on tekheads lasted all week

i sat watching them for the week and still couldnt decide if it was a worthwhile upgrade from my h80

and because i hadnt seen any reviews from actual users i decided to hold off

didnt realise it would take so long for uk sellers to get more stock
post #2974 of 20767
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I was thinking of changing the tubes to white, painting the rad either white or blue, but that's about it. Most likely not even those are going to happen. If he really wants to spend about the same money on the X60 for an inferior unit, then so be it. I am one of these people that believes you don't really have to have the lowest temps. Safe temps well within the limits Intel or AMD has is more than fine.

As far are the bezel and reservoir are concerned I can't imagine it being an issue, but I'd think painting the fins would change their thermal properties...not to mention being extremely difficult to paint evenly.
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As far are the bezel and reservoir are concerned I can't imagine it being an issue, but I'd think painting the fins would change their thermal properties...not to mention being extremely difficult to paint evenly.

I wouldn't paint the fins, they don't even show anyhow, unless you look at the rad from below. Chances of me doing anything to it are very low.
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I wouldn't paint the fins, they don't even show anyhow, unless you look at the rad from below. Chances of me doing anything to it are very low.

I'd wet sand it with some automotive sandpaper...1500 grit should be all the prep you need, just remember to use engine enamel or another paint designed to adhere to metal without primer.
post #2977 of 20767
Swiftech H220 can handle the two titans with good temps
I want to block the titans but I am very fear,
never done this before
I already have Swiftech H220

thanks to all
post #2978 of 20767
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Swiftech H220 can handle the two titans with good temps
I want to block the titans but I am very fear,
never done this before
I already have Swiftech H220

thanks to all
If you 2x titan, then you will want to add another rad to the loop.
    
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post #2979 of 20767
I have been hearing everywhere that the push/pull fans should be the exact same for the rads?

I take it this is because the fans will push/pull the same amount of air at the same speeds - however is it really that bad to mix/match them? I am not talking 4 different fans, but I have 2 x AP-15's in push with 2 x EnerMax Vegas fans in pull. Would something like this honestly make a big difference compared to having 4 x AP-15's?

On my other rad, I have 2 X Cougar 120mm fans in push and 2 x EnerMax Vegas fans in pull. Vid never goes above 48C and gpu never above 42C. What do you guys think?
post #2980 of 20767
Just ordered a single 120mm rad to add to my h220. Pretty excited, never really thought I would get this much into the watercooling.
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