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post #4071 of 20223
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I read this thread daily, I purpose the op put up a poll to see you does, has, or has not had problems with their units. Maybe this will give people who are on the fence a better way of looking at it. Just my two cents.

I guess you mean "propose" not purpose.
post #4072 of 20223
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several of the NZXT case work better with water cooling parts. The 650D will only be marginally better at water cooling than the MK-1. I have the 600T which shares a good portion of the 650D's interior (the 650D having a tiny bit more room in the top). If you want to see what I was able to manage with the 600T, check out my sig.
a Rosewill Blackhawk Ultra Supertower gaming case is the best for the money. Can fit a 360mm radiator top mounted without any problem very spacious, great air flow. Sold at Newegg regular price is $179.00 but when on sasle every 6 weeks or so you can get it for as low as $149 with free shipping
post #4073 of 20223
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Originally Posted by os2wiz View Post

a Rosewill Blackhawk Ultra Supertower gaming case is the best for the money. Can fit a 360mm radiator top mounted without any problem very spacious, great air flow. Sold at Newegg regular price is $179.00 but when on sasle every 6 weeks or so you can get it for as low as $149 with free shipping
I wouldnt say it is the best for the money, while there is others, that can fit more for there size.
Even smaller cases can fit better, without need to such a large case.
Switch 810 can fit a triple 360/420 on top + 240/280 front or 240/280 bottom for under $170 with a side window.
Even Corsair new 540D can fir a 360+240/280 for $140, and its half the size.
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post #4074 of 20223
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as does xfx msi and a few others.

I contacted MSI last week and they said they don't allow heatsink removal.
I wanted to change the TIM, not even put a waterblock.
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post #4075 of 20223
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I wouldnt say it is the best for the money, while there is others, that can fit more for there size.
Even smaller cases can fit better, without need to such a large case.
Switch 810 can fit a triple 360/420 on top + 240/280 front or 240/280 bottom for under $170 with a side window.
Even Corsair new 540D can fir a 360+240/280 for $140, and its half the size.

That may be true, but there are other considerations. The case has better airflow by fans than most others that certainly is a consideration for overclocking and normal stock cpu usage.
post #4076 of 20223
This is the worst mounting solution I've ever used, I'm about to throw this backplate out the window. My replacement unit came with a kinked hose and stiff fittings, no pump noise but I'm pretty frustrated at this point
post #4077 of 20223
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For those with kinked hoses, wrap tightly a twisty tie around the kink to return its shape. Leave it there a few days use and it should return to normal.

I guess I don't understand the mounting issues. I have this on an LGA 2011 mobo, which doesn't use a backplate, but the APD2 uses the same backplate and I put that on a Maximus V Gene easily. But I also test mounted it before I put on thermal paste, so I was able to easily make the backplate stay before I mounted the cooler.
Edited by Phelan - 6/18/13 at 4:18pm
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post #4078 of 20223
ziptie? Overall I'm satisfied with the replacement, makes a few noises when the pump turns on but it's relatively quiet
post #4079 of 20223
Just wanted to give an update on my H220. I've had it since May 11th and it's been running great. Keeps my i7 930 @ 4.2ghz quite cool maxing out 57c.
post #4080 of 20223
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This is the worst mounting solution I've ever used, I'm about to throw this backplate out the window. My replacement unit came with a kinked hose and stiff fittings, no pump noise but I'm pretty frustrated at this point

Based on your posts, you have a 3570K -> socket 1155.

When we designed this bracket, we needed it to be universal for 775, 1155, 1366. Inside of the slot, the position of 1155 is in between 775 and 1366 (which are the two extremes) which makes it harder to locate. If we didn't have 775, then all you'd need to do is to push the standoff all the way inside and you'd be set. But as it stands, you need to locate each standoff in front of motherboard holes.

Next generation, we have decided to discontinue universal support for 775, which will make things much easier. We'll still support 775 but with a spare optional bracket.

Kink in tubing comes from packaging. I'v instructed staff to look into supporting that curve in the box to eliminate this.

Stiff fittings is normal - we now have implemented a dual o-ring solution instead of previous single o-ring - it is much safer.
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