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Data vac is expensive. Doesn't it cost almost $300 ?

50$ = 70$


http://www.amazon.com/Metro-Vacuum-ED500-500-Watt-Electric/dp/B001J4ZOAW
Edited by Hokies83 - 6/14/13 at 6:36am
    
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I have a 215mph electric blower I use at work. When its dust bunny time, giddy-up.
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My h220 arrived from 2nd RMA a while ago and it has been working wonderfully. Even ran the new 3DMark at 5.2 GHz no problem
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It's with great sadness that I have to report that my H220 is dying. I returned yesterday to find the pump grinding away. I'm just glad that I caught it before the pump failed completely. I guess it was a good thing that I picked up one of those Corsair H55 Quiets when they were on sale at Best Buy. Ironically the Corsair does pretty good cooling my 3570K @ 4.6 with the Cougar fans but it heat soaks really quickly though.

Add another one to the list of bad pumps.

The noise you're hearing could be due to an air bubble trapped in the pump. It may sound like a grinding noise, but we've been able to determine that an air bubble can sound that way too when it's in just the right spot. Please try the procedures listed on the first page of this thread. Let me know if this works to quiet down your pump.
Edited by BramSLI1 - 6/14/13 at 9:08am
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hi again, another stupid question, I just noticed that in the first page, is the sabertooth 990fx 2.0 really incompatible ? as it wont fit there . or it fits but may hit the VR heatsinks? or the elbow must be facing a specific direction ?
really sad about this, was going to order mine today, good i noticed this frown.gif

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hi again, another stupid question, I just noticed that in the first page, is the sabertooth 990fx 2.0 really incompatible ? as it wont fit there . or it fits but may hit the VR heatsinks? or the elbow must be facing a specific direction ?
really sad about this, was going to order mine today, good i noticed this frown.gif

thanks

I don't remember on the sabertooth but I think it is very similar to the formula z board vrm. Like I said earlier, it fits however the very tip corner of the mounting hardware closes to the video card will need to go under one nub on the heatsink when installing. Otherwise there is no modification needed.
post #3937 of 20724
After following this thread for a while, the H220 seems like the most problematic component you could possibly buy. I ignored this and got myself a unit. Looks like I should have just kept away from the H220. Nothing but problems and disappointment. For those with working H220's, I'm happy for you. I'm hoping the H320 is a lot better. smile.gif
Edited by BradleyW - 6/14/13 at 11:04am
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post #3938 of 20724
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After following this thread for a while, the H220 seems like the most problematic component you could possibly buy. I ignored this and got myself a unit. Looks like I should have just kept away from the H220. Nothing but problems and disappointment. For those with working H220's, I'm happy for you. I'm hoping the H320 is a lot better. smile.gif

Oo it is the same unit with a little larger radiator... lol. I'm not sure about problematic as a major majority of the owners of the H220 have flawless operation configured both as CLC and as an AIO kit for a small custom loop. There have been some unfortunate people with bad units, as with every product, but this is a pretty nice pump with a good block and a decent radiator. Did you expect this unit to break the laws of thermodynamics or something?
Edited by Avonosac - 6/14/13 at 11:50am
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Oo it is the same unit with a little larger reservoir... lol. I'm not sure about problematic as a major majority of the owners of the H220 have flawless operation configured both as CLC and as an AIO kit for a small custom loop. There have been some unfortunate people with bad units, as with every product, but this is a pretty nice pump with a good block and a decent radiator. Did you expect this unit to break the laws of thermodynamics or something?

320, wont the RAD also be bigger?
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320, wont the RAD also be bigger?

I think that's what he meant by saying that it would have a larger reservoir, since the reservoir is integrated into the radiator.
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