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They are at the mercy of whatever manufacturer in China these are being put together in and that locations quality testing process (or lack thereof). These are not made in US like some of the stuff we all know and love from them, but it could very well be a design flaw.

Hopefully they are up front about that someday...

I just want it to work... got 3K into this rig so far and this was a stop gap until the real water-cooling project later this year. thumb.gif
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Thanks for the reply. I am not worried of the 139 € kit at all if that is what you meant, I am worried of the GTX 680 which costed me 565,90 €. I will contact the reseller and see what they will say. Probably they will contact Swiftech from there, but it's going to be a very long and futile process I'm afraid. I am not going to install this or any other H220 kit in any of my computers anymore. Neither will I buy the new H320 kit which I was planning to do. I don't have the time, patience or willpower to do it. Due to the pump issues, it could very well be that my 3960X has as well already degraded a bit from shutdown temperatures it was experiencing when overclocked.

I am not convinced of the quality of these kits. I have a few years of PC hardware RMA dept background myself, and I simply can't recommend this kit to anyone I know. I know that majority of the members here have a working kit, but now I've seen myself three failed kits and with two kinds of issues. Swiftech has admitted that there really have been some quality issues. Leaks can of course happen in any AIO system as well, but these issues have now gone beyond my patience. I installed my old issue-free H100 back today and I'm happy with it. I visually investigated my motherboard, RAMs and PSU and hope the coolant didn't ruin any of them.

These are my thoughts, hopefully the other members here have a better experience with the H220, especially in the long run.

Wow! I am very sorry to hear everything that has happened to you. I feel your frustration and its understandable. Even though swiftech sold you the kit through their distributor they should back up their product 100%. I hope nothing did get damaged in your computer, especially your 680.
    
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Well, BUMMER!! mad.gif

I am yet another victim of hoping for the best closed loop CPU cooler on the market. After about 3 days, and an otherwise perfect, brand new Intel 2011-based build, the fan speed errors started. I can hear the pump spinning up and then completely off while sticking my head in the case a bit... this happens in about 4-5 second intervals.

Tools for testing:
  • Asus in-BIOS tools
  • Intel's ETU
  • Asus Probe II
  • AIDA64 CPU/FPU Stress test

All tools reporting temps rising 10 degrees in 4 second span of time until the pump is back to max for 4-5 seconds. While under light use, like me typing a frustrating forum post, CPU idles at around 29C, CPU "fan" running at 1830'ish RPM reported by AIDA and Probe II. While under max load, pump is more erratic, temps start at 55C, then jump to appox 70C after 10 minutes, then pump kicks up again as stated previously. "Fan" speed under load goes from 2250 max to 0 every second.

Bypassed motherboard fan headers, using Swiftech supplied PDU with ONLY the Swiftech pump on the PDU powered via molex then connected to CPU fan header on the motherboard for readings only... same result across the board.

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Intel Core i7-3820 - @Stock
Swiftech H220 Water Cooler - w/Corsair Air Series SP120
ASUS Rampage IV Formula
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Corsair Force GT SSD - RAID 0
WD Green 3TB HDD
ASUS GeForce GTX 670 4GB - SLI
OCZ Fatal1ty 1000W PSU
Corsair Obsidian 650D

Thankfully they are fairly easy to remove/install. Not sure if I will keep this RMA item whenever it comes. This is happening in WAY too many systems this last batch, and I can't afford to replace $650 worth of CPU and motherboard if the pump fails in the middle of the night.

This is frustrating because of the hopes dashed, as well as having to go through the process of replacement. Then having to do the research to decide if I should move on to something more reliable. The Corsair H100 was noisy and not nearly as high performance... but it worked without fail.

Sorry Swiftech team, I love your custom WC gear, but this China junk is BUNK!!

In the meantime please make it right... Thanks all!

WoW another dead pump.....I am starting to get worried about the quality control on this units. I might be considering that eiseberg after all or just go full custom. Sorry to hear what happend, another h220 pump in the R.I.P dump
    
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post #3494 of 20723
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They are at the mercy of whatever manufacturer in China these are being put together in and that locations quality testing process (or lack thereof). These are not made in US like some of the stuff we all know and love from them, but it could very well be a design flaw.

Hopefully they are up front about that someday...

I just want it to work... got 3K into this rig so far and this was a stop gap until the real water-cooling project later this year. thumb.gif
All H220 is manufactured by Swiftech, no one else. Its done in there own factory.
What do you mean real watercooling? H220 is watercooling.
    
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Should i buy one of these for my 3570k and my two 7950s?
 
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Should i buy one of these for my 3570k and my two 7950s?
If you looking into watercooling CPU+2xGPU, sure. But you will need another rad.
    
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If you looking into watercooling CPU+2xGPU, sure. But you will need another rad.
Looks like you are just using yours for your 3770k?Is it overkill if i only used it on my 3570k?Or would a H100i be better?I know where they have the H220 in stock so i should buy quick if i am going to cause they sell out fast.. thumb.gif
 
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Well, BUMMER!! mad.gif

I am yet another victim of hoping for the best closed loop CPU cooler on the market. After about 3 days, and an otherwise perfect, brand new Intel 2011-based build, the fan speed errors started. I can hear the pump spinning up and then completely off while sticking my head in the case a bit... this happens in about 4-5 second intervals.

Tools for testing:
  • Asus in-BIOS tools
  • Intel's ETU
  • Asus Probe II
  • AIDA64 CPU/FPU Stress test

All tools reporting temps rising 10 degrees in 4 second span of time until the pump is back to max for 4-5 seconds. While under light use, like me typing a frustrating forum post, CPU idles at around 29C, CPU "fan" running at 1830'ish RPM reported by AIDA and Probe II. While under max load, pump is more erratic, temps start at 55C, then jump to appox 70C after 10 minutes, then pump kicks up again as stated previously. "Fan" speed under load goes from 2250 max to 0 every second.

Bypassed motherboard fan headers, using Swiftech supplied PDU with ONLY the Swiftech pump on the PDU powered via molex then connected to CPU fan header on the motherboard for readings only... same result across the board.

My systems specs for the record:

Intel Core i7-3820 - @Stock
Swiftech H220 Water Cooler - w/Corsair Air Series SP120
ASUS Rampage IV Formula
Corsair Dominator GT 16GB
Corsair Force GT SSD - RAID 0
WD Green 3TB HDD
ASUS GeForce GTX 670 4GB - SLI
OCZ Fatal1ty 1000W PSU
Corsair Obsidian 650D

Thankfully they are fairly easy to remove/install. Not sure if I will keep this RMA item whenever it comes. This is happening in WAY too many systems this last batch, and I can't afford to replace $650 worth of CPU and motherboard if the pump fails in the middle of the night.

This is frustrating because of the hopes dashed, as well as having to go through the process of replacement. Then having to do the research to decide if I should move on to something more reliable. The Corsair H100 was noisy and not nearly as high performance... but it worked without fail.

Sorry Swiftech team, I love your custom WC gear, but this China junk is BUNK!!

In the meantime please make it right... Thanks all!

Have you tried it with just hooking the pump to the splitter and the splitter just to the molex, not hooking it to the mobo? It should run full speed this way but you should try it for testing to make sure you don't have either a faulty splitter or maybe bad PWM signal from your mobo.
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Looks like you are just using yours for your 3770k?Is it overkill if i only used it on my 3570k?Or would a H100i be better?I know where they have the H220 in stock so i should buy quick if i am going to cause they sell out fast.. thumb.gif
If you are just going to cool your cpu, and never want to water cool your gpus, or modify the unit with custom tubing or anything then the H100i is a logical alternative. You can read through the Hydro thread here to see it has its own issues all well – no product is perfect. Most would agree the H220 stock fans are quieter than the H100i stock fans.

If you want to cool your chip and your gpus then the H220 is a good choice, otherwise you have to go with a full custom unit for more money. Depending on how much you oc you would want another 240 or 360 or rad space.
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If you looking into watercooling CPU+2xGPU, sure. But you will need another rad.
Looks like you are just using yours for your 3770k?Is it overkill if i only used it on my 3570k?Or would a H100i be better?I know where they have the H220 in stock so i should buy quick if i am going to cause they sell out fast.. thumb.gif
Even if you cool your CPU only, H220 is still better than H110i. Quieter, performs better, adjustable, expandable and the service level of Swiftech is beyond what Corsair can do.
I will be adding a GPU to my loop later on.
    
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