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Big thanks to swiftech for making the video about expanding the loop, I've tried watching watercooling tutorials before and it just didn't make as much as sense. Now on to my questions..is just the h220 suitable for 1 graphics card (most likely gtx 770 or gtx 780) and a haswell i7 chip overclocked? I know the haswell isn't out but lets say for speculation purposes the current ivy bridge (not delided) to 4.4ghz ish.? Is all the tubing needed for expanding the loop basically already there and just needs to be cut?
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Big thanks to swiftech for making the video about expanding the loop, I've tried watching watercooling tutorials before and it just didn't make as much as sense. Now on to my questions..is just the h220 suitable for 1 graphics card (most likely gtx 770 or gtx 780) and a haswell i7 chip overclocked? I know the haswell isn't out but lets say for speculation purposes the current ivy bridge (not delided) to 4.4ghz ish.? Is all the tubing needed for expanding the loop basically already there and just needs to be cut?
If you want to expand the H220 to cool a gpu, you will need a water block for your card (either universal or full cover made specifically for your card), two 3/8-5/8 fittings, extra coolant and tubing. You can buy more coolant and 3/8-5/8 tubing from Swiftech or get other tubing of your choice of that size.

With a moderate oc on the chip and single gpu you can get reasonable temps, and it will handle it without trouble. If you are looking for a higher oc and/or really good temps then you need to add another rad to the loop.
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What radiator size would you recommend (along with the 240 rad in this kit) for a 400 watt heat load?
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If you want to expand the H220 to cool a gpu, you will need a water block for your card (either universal or full cover made specifically for your card), two 3/8-5/8 fittings, extra coolant and tubing. You can buy more coolant and 3/8-5/8 tubing from Swiftech or get other tubing of your choice of that size.

With a moderate oc on the chip and single gpu you can get reasonable temps, and it will handle it without trouble. If you are looking for a higher oc and/or really good temps then you need to add another rad to the loop.
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thanks, does swiftech sell that specific black tubing used on the h220?
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thanks, does swiftech sell that specific black tubing used on the h220?

Yes we do. If you go to PC liquid cooling and then scroll down to the accessories tab, it's under tubing & coolant at the bottom of the page.
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awesome, thanks for the video again I'm def ordering a h220 with my next build this summer
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What radiator size would you recommend (along with the 240 rad in this kit) for a 400 watt heat load?
Martin would be the expert on that. My simple advice is another 240 rad for one gpu, and 360 for two gpus. You can get by with 120 less on each of those but it all depends on your chip, your gpus, and the oc. Some chips run much hotter than others, and there is a big range of how much people oc.
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thanks, does swiftech sell that specific black tubing used on the h220?
Yes, same exact tubing as the stock H220, I am using that myself in my expanded loop.
TruFlex tubing and HydrX PM 2 Coolant on this page:
http://www.swiftech.com/tubingandcoolant.aspx
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You should try using speedfan, it works nicely when its setup properly biggrin.gif.

I have mine set so the pump runs at a little under 1400rpm, it runs pretty quiet, the fans are louder than the pump at this setting.
I don't have time to mess with that program anymore
Most mobo, like Asus has there own. Which takes like minutes. Once you set it, its done.
Even in the bios you should be able to set the min and max.
Mine is set tot 20% @ 30c and 60c is 100%
    
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Is the 3770K machine have the 7970 under load too or just the CPU?

I was running Unique Heaven while benching the GPU with an 1125mhz OC.

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What temps are you both getting with this setup?

Btw while running U.H. on my wife's rig I found the max VRMs to be 56C and 48C with the Heatkiller DIY 60.
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My third H220 on the way from RMA, should arrive today. It should be debris-free batch now. Hopefully, I am too tired of this issue. thumb.gif
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