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Just to give you guys an update as of 6/11/2013:

They are IN STOCK again at newegg.com

Just ordered mine today, Tuesday 6/11/2013 and really crossing my fingers that the 240mm radiator fits in my Silverstone Temjin TJ-04EW case!

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Sure it will fit a 240mm rad will fit in any Mid power with a little mod work wink.gif
    
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Sure it will fit a 240mm rad will fit in any Mid power with a little mod work wink.gif

NO, that's the point, I don't want to "mod" the case or cut it up *****.

I would rather just get a case that fits the rad I am desiring.

I emailed Silverstone and it should fit with NO MOD work.

I'm not one to cut/chop up a pretty new case that I purchased, so if it doesn't work it's getting RETURNED.
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Is there a better 120mm fan than Noctua's NF F12 to replace the H220 stock fans while being somewhat quiet?
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Is there a better 120mm fan than Noctua's NF F12 to replace the H220 stock fans while being somewhat quiet?

Gentle Typhoon Ap-15s would be an alternative. On paper the GTs have a higher static pressure if i remember correctly. It does have a different noise profile though, typical of ball bearing fans apparently.

edit: I forgot, the GTs are voltage controlled and wont work with the included h220 PWM splitter. I control mine through my motherboard.
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Is there a better 120mm fan than Noctua's NF F12 to replace the H220 stock fans while being somewhat quiet?

Akasa Apache's are solid fans, as are their Viper fans and they're PWM controlled.
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NO, that's the point, I don't want to "mod" the case or cut it up *****.

I would rather just get a case that fits the rad I am desiring.

I emailed Silverstone and it should fit with NO MOD work.

I'm not one to cut/chop up a pretty new case that I purchased, so if it doesn't work it's getting RETURNED.

May I kindly suggest that you look at the radiator schematics before buying the product, trying it an returning it if it doesn't work? We document our products extensively to avoid this. disappointment, frustration, costs, etc...

Here it is below. Then take a tape measure, and start looking at your case :-)

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Someone correct me if I am wrong, but I believe that Corsair covers damage from leaks to any other components in the computer. I do understand that this product isn't exactly in the same category, but it would be nice if it carried a similar warranty for those who wish to utilize this without any modifications at all.

Edit: Here is a post from someone that contacted Corsair by phone.

This was not an H220 but another head made by Swiftech , an Apogee . Nonetheless The leak was not caused by customer error. It is strictly a manufacturing defect within the warranty period for the head.
Apparently you have to go to small claims court to fight this. I believe they allow claims up to $1000 in most states. I do not think this is fair to the customer. But it is not uncommon. Which is a statement in itself about consumer protection these days. In court the onus is on the plaintiff to show a preponderance of evidence to win. That means the weight of evidence must be in the plaintiff's favor to win. Time lost, aggravation, there has to be a better way.

I recently sent my H100 to Corsair. Apparently when I rearranged the corsair fans to be set to intake one or more screws punctured the radiatoir, even though they went into the proper screw holes. The screws are longer so you can put in an optional rubber washer. Well if you don't use the optional rubber washer apparently you can puncture the radiator. Of course no mention of this in the Corsair literature. This is a case of manufacturing error. They could have eginneered a cheap and effective fix to prevent this puncture. A metal tab could be fixed to the radiator where the screw tip aligns with the radiator when tightened. Corsair george who frequents this site is helping me with my claim. Not only is the H100 kaput, so was my $229 Asus Crosshair V motherboard. I am hoping to get prorated rembursement for both. The h100 was only 5 months old. The motherboard was a little less than 2 years old. I provided my receipts. Hope to get about $175 back in total. That is of course if I get anything. I think Corsair George will put in a good word to keep things nice on the site here. He does want happy customers. Fingers crossed. By the way there was no way by feel to know if the screws were going in too far.
Edited by os2wiz - 6/11/13 at 6:52pm
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May I kindly suggest that you look at the radiator schematics before buying the product, trying it an returning it if it doesn't work? We document our products extensively to avoid this. disappointment, frustration, costs, etc...

Here it is below. Then take a tape measure, and start looking at your case :-)


But...but... that would require some common sense....... God forbid someone could take 3 minutes and actually measure something instead of sending it back because they made the mistake and are just lazy.... thumb.gif
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for people wondering about fitment, you can probably find someone who installed a h100 or any other 240mm CLC in your case along with pictures. Add another 1" in depth and an extra .5" in length for the reservoir on one end and you should have a good idea if it fits or not.
 
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for people wondering about fitment, you can probably find someone who installed a h100 or any other 240mm CLC in your case along with pictures. Add another 1" in depth and an extra .5" in length for the reservoir on one end and you should have a good idea if it fits or not.

The reservoir is what can cause problems for some people, I got lucky and my case fit it like a glove. There's no measurement from the screw holes to the reservoir which left some guess work for me, that's the only dimension I feel needs to be added.
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