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Guess I spoke too soon.. the pump on the new unit decided to quit, never thought I'd surpass tj Max on facebook.
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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

I have to agree with this. There really really needs to be a separate backplate for LGA 1155/1150. It took me ages to install the backplate, and the adhesive is way too inadequate.
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post #4093 of 20767
Where it may be bought ? its available nowhere ?!

I want to join the owners club. drool.gif

there will be a new bracket ? will early adopters get it for free on demand ?
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Guess I spoke too soon.. the pump on the new unit decided to quit, never thought I'd surpass tj Max on facebook.

Are you using the splitter or is the pump plugged directly into the mobo?
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I guess you mean "propose" not purpose.
yes I did, stupid iPhone.
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I got my swiftech h220 last week. One of the tubes is blocking a ram slot frown.gif though I never thought about moving the brackets to see if I can have all 4 slots back. My mono is a sabertooth fx990 r2.0. But so far I'm very pleased with it. I'll post pics of it later when I rotate the mounting brackets.
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I have to agree with this. There really really needs to be a separate backplate for LGA 1155/1150. It took me ages to install the backplate, and the adhesive is way too inadequate.

As I posted a while back, I fully agree that this mounting kit is horrible. Someone posted a tip about using the Corsair Hydro series mounting screws to mount this with, and that makes it a LOT easier. The Corsair kit holds the backplate in place with four screws that you screw into with the H220 pump / block. I am not sure if there is a way to acquire the Corsair mounting hardware separately though.
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I want to take the plunge and expand my h220 to cover my SLI 780s as well... would I have to use the same size tubings and fittings as the kit? And what about an additional radiator? Any suggestions on blocks?
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I want to take the plunge and expand my h220 to cover my SLI 780s as well... would I have to use the same size tubings and fittings as the kit? And what about an additional radiator? Any suggestions on blocks?

you would have to use the original size tubing between anything that interfaces with either the h220 radiator or the pump/block. You could change tubing size between an aftermarket radiator and gpu blocks by utilizing different sized fittings, but i think it wont be of any benefit and it'll look a little strange. I would keep the original tubing spec to keep things simple.

you could also fashion a "converter" of sorts by using short pieces of tubing that lead to an open G1/4 port. But again, not very clean. There are fittings available that do this.
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you would have to use the original size tubing between anything that interfaces with either the h220 radiator or the pump/block. You could change tubing size between an aftermarket radiator and gpu blocks by utilizing different sized fittings, but i think it wont be of any benefit and it'll look a little strange. I would keep the original tubing spec to keep things simple.

you could also fashion a "converter" of sorts by using short pieces of tubing that lead to an open G1/4 port. But again, not very clean. There are fittings available that do this.

Okay, I'll just keep everything the same in that case. Thanks.
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