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post #3591 of 20821
I want to get the H220 pretty bad, but everytime I try to get it it seems to be out of stock. I'm in Canada looking at newegg, NCIX, tigerdirect doesn't even have it listed, nor does amazon. Is there anywhere I can buy this in Canada? Shipping from the US apparently would cost me a fortune in customs, duty taxes and bs like that.
post #3592 of 20821
NCIX has a few in stock
http://www.ncix.com/search/?categoryid=0&q=Swiftech+h220
post #3593 of 20821
Oh, they have the ETA early June, pre order now at the top for NCIX's listing, I didn't realize it was in stock. Excellent. biggrin.gif
post #3594 of 20821
this will be my first ever water cooler experiment!

should the h220 be my first??


i have a 770 lightning otw ...so it will be cpu and 1 video card...maybe 2 down the line
    
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Which is better, Swiftech TIM or thermalright CFIII?

I didnt really see a difference between the Swiftech TIM and my IC Diamond, so don't hesitate to try it.
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Well, woke up and turned my pc on to hear some awful noise coming from the pump. Makes me very nervous. Pump is running fine and temps are fine. Noise seems to be mostly gone at this point. I normally run the pump around 2600 RPM.
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Reporting on the RMA I had recently, new unit came in last week, so far it's working fine. That clicking noise (that some others have had as well) was actually just an air bubble of all things. It's like trapped air in the pump, you have to open the fillport, let it run a bit, if the noise persists, move the rad around a little and also squeeze the tubing a little, not too hard obviously. It seems to push the air bubble(s) out eventually. I also have it installed with the fillport facing up so I will have less chance of any air bubbles now. wink.gif

Bryan (BramSLI1) helped me through it once he figured out what was wrong with the last unit I had. thumb.gif
post #3598 of 20821
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Reporting on the RMA I had recently, new unit came in last week, so far it's working fine. That clicking noise (that some others have had as well) was actually just an air bubble of all things. It's like trapped air in the pump, you have to open the fillport, let it run a bit, if the noise persists, move the rad around a little and also squeeze the tubing a little, not too hard obviously. It seems to push the air bubble(s) out eventually. I also have it installed with the fillport facing up so I will have less chance of any air bubbles now. wink.gif

Bryan (BramSLI1) helped me through it once he figured out what was wrong with the last unit I had. thumb.gif

Glad to hear the new unit is running well for you, also glad to hear that your issue was fixable...just hard to diagnose. Hopefully it will help others with the same noise.
post #3599 of 20821
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I didnt really see a difference between the Swiftech TIM and my IC Diamond, so don't hesitate to try it.

Cheers for the input.
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Reporting on the RMA I had recently, new unit came in last week, so far it's working fine. That clicking noise (that some others have had as well) was actually just an air bubble of all things. It's like trapped air in the pump, you have to open the fillport, let it run a bit, if the noise persists, move the rad around a little and also squeeze the tubing a little, not too hard obviously. It seems to push the air bubble(s) out eventually. I also have it installed with the fillport facing up so I will have less chance of any air bubbles now. wink.gif

Bryan (BramSLI1) helped me through it once he figured out what was wrong with the last unit I had. thumb.gif

Glad to hear it. Let me know if you have any other issues or concerns.
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