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post #3051 of 20789
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Originally Posted by Julsmba View Post

Hi RemagCP,
I made my loop into the Zalman Z11 Plus (mid case, not watercooling prepared) and it looked like this:

What temps do you have?
post #3052 of 20789
@swiftech

Can someone please confirm when if at all the UK will get any stock of the H220 or am I going to be forced to get a Corsair 100i instead?

If the H220's are available in the US could Swiftech ship me one?? worriedsmiley.gif
post #3053 of 20789
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Originally Posted by Matt-Matt View Post

Hey guys,

Doing a build for someone, just wondering if a the H220 will fit in the CM Storm Trooper?
Also just questioning if it will cool a 3570k + 7970 with mild overclocks. I.E 4.4GHz and say 1100MHz ish on the 7970, depends how "good" it is though.

Also wondering what size tubing the H220 uses at stock AND if I pull out the "factory liquid" could I re-use it? I honestly don't see why not thumb.gif
The H220 can handle that chip and card with mild ocs, but if you want really good temps you will need more rad space. The tubing is 3/8-5/8 and you can buy more of the same stock tubing from them or replace it all with something else that size. The Swiftech coolant can be reused right after you get it and are expanding it, but you will need more since you are adding another gpu block.

I wouldn’t top off that much with distilled, I would order another bottle of the HydX PM coolant. You should probably strain the coolant from the H220 through a coffee filter to make sure there are not bits of anything in it, and flush the rad and pump with distilled before filling it back up. That way you make sure there is nothing floating around in there.

To add the gpu you will need two more 3/8-5/8 fittings as well. Definitely do not use any car coolant, you will need to confirm with Swiftech before using anything other than their coolant in the unit. Besides the stock coolant I believe you are safe with distilled and a good additive.
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post #3054 of 20789
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Originally Posted by Magnum26 View Post

@swiftech

Can someone please confirm when if at all the UK will get any stock of the H220 or am I going to be forced to get a Corsair 100i instead?

If the H220's are available in the US could Swiftech ship me one?? worriedsmiley.gif
Ordered mine from Newegg. I believe performance pcs have it too.
post #3055 of 20789
If i was interested in cooling my 3570k/7950

Both OCed.

Would the following be appropriate?

Swiftech H220 x1
MCRx20-QP "Quiet Power" Radiator Series x 1
Switech Universal GPU Block x 1
Fittings x 4
Tubing
Additional Coolant.



Would the h220 pump be able to handle moderate overclocks on both the CPU/GPU?

I ask because with this route, it seems much cheaper and more cost effective than a custom loop @ 250 USD.
post #3056 of 20789
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Originally Posted by Magnum26 View Post

@swiftech

Can someone please confirm when if at all the UK will get any stock of the H220 or am I going to be forced to get a Corsair 100i instead?

If the H220's are available in the US could Swiftech ship me one?? worriedsmiley.gif

You can get it here: http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/swh2codriipl.html and they do ship to uk. Shipping to your area is like 60 us dollars though i think.
Edited by gdubc - 5/21/13 at 8:09am
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Ok fellas, scratching my head on trying to figure out how to control my h220. Have the 2 helix fans connected to the splitter, pump to channel 1 on the splitter, and the splitter to cpu fan header on my board which is a gigabyte 990fxa-ud5. Have the bios setting for the cpu fan to PWM. In speedfan, changing the "PWM 1" % up or down doesn't change anything. What am I missing?
post #3058 of 20789
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Originally Posted by neXen View Post

If i was interested in cooling my 3570k/7950
Both OCed.
Would the following be appropriate?
Swiftech H220 x1
MCRx20-QP "Quiet Power" Radiator Series x 1
Switech Universal GPU Block x 1
Fittings x 4
Tubing
Additional Coolant.
Would the h220 pump be able to handle moderate overclocks on both the CPU/GPU?
I ask because with this route, it seems much cheaper and more cost effective than a custom loop @ 250 USD.
That all looks fine, but you left out the size of your extra rad, 120, 220, 320?
The pump will have no trouble with two gpus and two extra rads, so it will handle yours easily. As far as temps go, that depends on the size of your extra rad and how much you oc both things.

I like full cover blocks so I can’t comment on the universal one, I think you need some heatsinks for the mem though. Email Swiftech with your specific video card and they can confirm what else you need.
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post #3059 of 20789
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Ok fellas, scratching my head on trying to figure out how to control my h220. Have the 2 helix fans connected to the splitter, pump to channel 1 on the splitter, and the splitter to cpu fan header on my board which is a gigabyte 990fxa-ud5. Have the bios setting for the cpu fan to PWM. In speedfan, changing the "PWM 1" % up or down doesn't change anything. What am I missing?

have you gone to the Advanced tab in Speedfan, selected your chipset, and switched the control for the headers to manual? I go over how to do this in a video: http://youtu.be/r7s_XXuiYmU
 
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post #3060 of 20789
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What temps do you have?

At load i have around mid 60's CPU and never above 45º GPU. OCCT, Prime95, Intel Burn Test, Furmark and Battlefield 3.
Ambients temps are around 23º.

i5 3570k @ 4.7ghz 1.25V and HD7950 @ 1250/1500 1250mV.
Edited by Julsmba - 5/21/13 at 12:02pm
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