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Originally Posted by Avonosac View Post

Try connecting the pump via the splitter in the red port. If that doesn't work try connecting the pump directly to the CPU header. If that doesn't work... try connecting to BramSLI1 wink.gif


On another note.. I hate how people keep quoting os2wiz... Still having to see his useless ramblings of the "man" trying to get him to waste money on the wrong water cooling gear, or how his opinion of the way something should work, somehow should negate the physics of a situation hurts my head. Is there any way to voteban someone from a thread? xD

Your dislike for me is purely ideological. You showed your anti-communism when you disagreed with me on an issue and made negative reference to my signature. I have no problem with anybody disagreeing with me, but if I see somebody being purely subjective about an issue of import I will speak my mind. Immediately after Fleat made his post that was negative about the H220, a new user decided not to purchase an H220. But the post, no matter how he couches i,t was inaccurate. Most of the reviews that were negative on the H220 were done with poor testing methodology, some of the negative reviews were from sites that advertise Corsair products. Nobody can be taken seriously with a review if they are taking money from a company that is a competitor to the the product you are reviewing. It is a conflict of interest pure and simple. Being a reviewer takes a great deal pf responsibility and commitment to doing a very scientific testing methodology.. Most of the reviewers out here on different tech websites just don't have the training to do the job right.. My pointing that out should not be considered being a pain in the .....
Edited by os2wiz - 6/28/13 at 2:57pm
post #4392 of 20767
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Originally Posted by Mega Man View Post

it is designed to have the fans mounted on the rad then you can mount it to your case.

Not a lot of room at the top of a 600T. I'll measure it again, but I think my RAM is in the way
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Originally Posted by Snyderman34 View Post

Not a lot of room at the top of a 600T. I'll measure it again, but I think my RAM is in the way

it wont work unless you mod your case or ziptie fans, or use ultra slim fans. - 600T owner.
Edited by ez12a - 6/28/13 at 10:58am
 
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its not always about the training when it comes to methodology, generally most review sites are under a strict timeline to test the units and write up the whole thing and publish all of the results as a whole. because testing methodology is rushed, inaccuracies may occur. Ideally, I wish reviewers would take say 3 remounts and test and publish the average(to minimize inconsistencies), but that requires using more TIM, and some units have the TIM already on the block itself, and switching to a new TIM isn't indicative of the actual performance of the unit at stock.
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its not always about the training when it comes to methodology, generally most review sites are under a strict timeline to test the units and write up the whole thing and publish all of the results as a whole. because testing methodology is rushed, inaccuracies may occur. Ideally, I wish reviewers would take say 3 remounts and test and publish the average(to minimize inconsistencies), but that requires using more TIM, and some units have the TIM already on the block itself, and switching to a new TIM isn't indicative of the actual performance of the unit at stock.

Well said and I totally agree.
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its not always about the training when it comes to methodology, generally most review sites are under a strict timeline to test the units and write up the whole thing and publish all of the results as a whole. because testing methodology is rushed, inaccuracies may occur. Ideally, I wish reviewers would take say 3 remounts and test and publish the average(to minimize inconsistencies), but that requires using more TIM, and some units have the TIM already on the block itself, and switching to a new TIM isn't indicative of the actual performance of the unit at stock.

Your point is well taken.But it is equally true that many of these reviews were not done correctly. I would stick with reviewers whose findings correspond with the findings of the users of those products. It would be great if a database of temperatures on different rigs with specified coolers could be kept on a grand scale. We would then have a database large enough to eliminate the inaccuracies of human error.
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it wont work unless you mod your case or ziptie fans, or use ultra slim fans. - 600T owner.

Yeah. Looked like it was going to, but the fans are just a touch too thick. Thinking about moving to a Corsair 540 soon though, so it may not matter.

Also: saw your video. That's a nice looking 600T you have there
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Thanks mate waiting for it to arrive.
One more thing i noted is while the box warranty states 3 years, the pump is only covered for 2 years...thats kind of sneaky..
    
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Thanks mate waiting for it to arrive.
One more thing i noted is while the box warranty states 3 years, the pump is only covered for 2 years...thats kind of sneaky..
No sneaky stuff here.
Its 3 years for the H220 for all parts.
Pumps alone, not part of the kit is 2 years.
    
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Got my H220 today, and after a test fit in my R4 I decided to shorten the lines to make it work with my system better. Everything is fine and back together now, but I noticed an insane amount of plasticiser buildup inside the tubing. There's a lot of it, it was even gunked up on some of the barbs. Is this going to cause problems down the line? It was a BRAND NEW kit, and it having that much crap inside the lines is startling.

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