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post #3321 of 20809
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Dang, I actually wanted to do outake. Kinda makes me wish i didn't get the sabertooth. lol
Don't fret, the sabertooth is a great mobo. The thing is with this cooler, if you read back through the pages, doesn't need a p/p fan setup, it will work great with the way it was designed to be run, intake.
You and I have the same setup , I love mine the way it is, listen to what people are saying on here and you will too.
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post #3322 of 20809
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Don't fret, the sabertooth is a great mobo. The thing is with this cooler, if you read back through the pages, doesn't need a p/p fan setup, it will work great with the way it was designed to be run, intake.
You and I have the same setup , I love mine the way it is, listen to what people are saying on here and you will too.

doesnt need p/p! thats great news! cant wait til it arrives this week. so excited! biggrin.gif
post #3323 of 20809
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Which mobo you have?

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post #3324 of 20809
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That is exactly what I did with my H220 and Switch 810. The rad you see at the top in the pic below in the spoiler is a Swiftech MCR320-QP-RES-R2 which has a built is res. Here is a link:
http://www.swiftech.com/mcrx20-qp-radiator-series.aspx

To get the tubing on the right I had to make some mods to the case though. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

My favorite H220 expansion yet, looks brilliant! I might be biased for having the same case though thumb.gif
    
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post #3325 of 20809
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My favorite H220 expansion yet, looks brilliant! I might be biased for having the same case though thumb.gif

And here I am trying to figure out how to add a single 140mm radiator to mine! I guess that's what I get for buying a case optimized for air cooling.
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Anyone know how it compares to the H100i? I currently have a H100i in my system and an unopened H220 I order to replace it.

I might just keep the H100i in but was hoping for some feedback.

Too late to get a refund also...
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What temps are you both getting with this setup?

What temps under what scenario? As I posted earlier, with a 3570k and GTX 670 at stock speeds, temps remain under 60C under stress test conditions (Prime95 Blend + MSI Kombustor). With both overclocked, the 3570k running 4.4 GHz @ 1.225v and the 670 set to 121% power target, temps on my hottest core rise to over 85C after 15 minutes of the same stress testing with the fans and pump running at 100%.

In actual usage, my 3570k seems to hit 68C or so on the hottest core, and the 670 gets to maybe 55C or so. Delidding my chip would probably bring those down, as my coolest core is only 62C. It's a lot of power to expect a 240mm rad to dissipate, so don't expect amazing temps. Still, it keeps the temps in an acceptable range and is reasonably quiet. I have a custom fan profile set up in Speedfan, and the fans generally stay below 40-50%.
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Still no stock for the UK its starting to piss me off waiting now mad.gif
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post #3329 of 20809
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Anyone know how it compares to the H100i? I currently have a H100i in my system and an unopened H220 I order to replace it.

I might just keep the H100i in but was hoping for some feedback.

Too late to get a refund also...
A number of people have compared the two.
There are a ton of variables to take into account, especially how you choose to run them in the comparison. In my testing, with the same fans at slow rpm for quiet, I could not show a statistical difference between the two in just cpu cooling.

So for me it was a no brainer because I can expand the H220. If you have no plans to ever expand the H220 or modify it in any way then the H100i is a viable alternative. The other advantage most people see is the H220 with stock fans is quieter than the H100i with its stock fans even if they don’t expand or change it.
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Does anyone know what brand of tubing is used in the H220?
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