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Yes, since the first day I plugged it in its been this way (About a week ago). I have tried different tihngs myself, but now I am at a loss.

OK. Send me an email at bryan@swiftech.com with a copy of your invoice for this kit and the serial number from the radiator. This serial number will be on the reservoir side of the radiator and it will start with the number 2013. Once I have this information I can issue you an RMA number for a replacement.
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OK. Send me an email at bryan@swiftech.com with a copy of your invoice for this kit and the serial number from the radiator. This serial number will be on the reservoir side of the radiator and it will start with the number 2013. Once I have this information I can issue you an RMA number for a replacement.

Why not put a Speed control on the MCP 35X like the MCP 655 has. Or atleast make it an Option.

And do away with the Extra PWN wire it is extra wires to try and hide lol

See my try at hiding it... One wire is not so hard to hide but 2 is kinda tough... I ran it at 100% because it was above 3 WBs so i have enough restriction there to do so....

    
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Why not put a Speed control on the MCP 35X like the MCP 655 has. Or atleast make it an Option.

And do away with the Extra PWN wire it is extra wires to try and hide lol

See my try at hiding it... One wire is not so hard to hide but 2 is kinda tough... I ran it at 100% because it was above 3 WBs so i have enough restriction there to do so....

As far as the MCP 35X goes that's manufactured by Laing, so that will be up to them to implement. Our in-house pump on the H220 though is designed to be used with PWM control for the easiest way to change and monitor pump speeds. I don't think there are too many people that want to open their case each time they have to change their pump speed. I know that's one of the reasons I like the PWM control of my MCP35X2 pump system.
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As far as the MCP 35X goes that's manufactured by Laing, so that will be up to them to implement. Our in-house pump on the H220 though is designed to be used with PWM control for the easiest way to change and monitor pump speeds. I don't think there are too many people that want to open their case each time they have to change their pump speed. I know that's one of the reasons I like the PWM control of my MCP35X2 pump system.

Yeah you have some people that perfer that im more of a looks guy lol.
If u check my MB in the picture there is nothing plugged into it that does not need to be there...

I power it on with the on board power button..

But i almost never turned it off ran 24/7 but i have the top of the case un screwed it is a Mountain mods Ascension so it is a fully modular case so i just do not screw the top down.. i can slide the top reach in and hit the power button at will lol.

    
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Yeah you have some people that perfer that im more of a looks guy lol.
If u check my MB in the picture there is nothing plugged into it that does not need to be there...

I power it on with the on board power button..

But i almost never turned it off ran 24/7 but i have the top of the case un screwed it is a Mountain mods Ascension so it is a fully modular case so i just do not screw the top down.. i can slide the top reach in and hit the power button at will lol.

I understand where you're coming from, but you certainly aren't the norm. From my experience most users would prefer to have the controls on their desktop rather than having to open their case just to change something. They are also likely not to mind having a couple of extra wires in order to facilitate this. It's a matter of preference, but most people would prefer the easiest method available and that's myself included.
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I understand where you're coming from, but you certainly aren't the norm. From my experience most users would prefer to have the controls on their desktop rather than having to open their case just to change something. They are also likely not to mind having a couple of extra wires in order to facilitate this. It's a matter of preference, but most people would prefer the easiest method available and that's myself included.

Yeah im a bit different like this build / case lol



Who need 5.25 bays / 2.5 bays?

HDDs work with Zip Ties! so do SSDs! And if you need to use a rom Plug in a power cable and a sata connector and run it on your desk lol why take up space in your case!

That one is under constrction atm it is getting a full WC loop the H2O-X20 Edge HD Series... + Heat killer blocks on the Gpu.s
    
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funny how my hyper 212 in push/pull is 5c cooler than the h220 I just pulled off of it, maybe the next unit will be better.
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funny how my hyper 212 in push/pull is 5c cooler than the h220 I just pulled off of it, maybe the next unit will be better.

Keep me posted on how things go with your new unit and PM me if you have any questions or issues with it.
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funny how my hyper 212 in push/pull is 5c cooler than the h220 I just pulled off of it, maybe the next unit will be better.

What motherboard do you have? Were the sqivel barbs touching anything or really close? It sounds like you could have a bad mount, but I don't remember which issue was yours or where your post is.
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Think I am going with the H220. I have looked at some many AIO's and now the CM Eisberg 120L. I think the H220 looks the best from all of the research I have done. Does anyone know if they are coming out with a model that has white tubing? If not can anyone recommend some tubing that I can buy @ FrozenCPU?
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