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So how does the H220 Compare to say, and apogee Drive ii and a 45mm thick 240mm rad (+ res obviously). Assuming the same fans and all that.
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So how does the H220 Compare to say, and apogee Drive ii and a 45mm thick 240mm rad (+ res obviously). Assuming the same fans and all that.

Price would be most obvious difference and the Drive II gets the lighting on the block. Performance wise I wouldn't suspect anything other than margin of error ~4c or less (at least in my ideas) between the two. Between the two I'd go for H220 for the warranty on the stock configuration of 3 years.
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So how does the H220 Compare to say, and apogee Drive ii and a 45mm thick 240mm rad (+ res obviously). Assuming the same fans and all that.

Martin reviewed the h220 rad pretty thouroughly. Apparently, like all the AIO coolers, it's more restrictive than lots of 240mm rads used for open loops and would probably make for lower flow rates. Depending on what you want to cool with the loop, might not make any difference in cooling, but could make it more difficult to push air thru so it gets trapped in the res. I'd suggest you go read his review, Martin liquid labs.
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Bryan can you confirm that trapped air in the h220 pump won't lead to premature failure.
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Bryan can you confirm that trapped air in the h220 pump won't lead to premature failure.
Air bubbles is common in pump for watercooling. At times you might need to give a little shake or tilt to try to move the air bubble back upto reservoir.
    
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Bryan can you confirm that trapped air in the h220 pump won't lead to premature failure.

I can confirm that bubbles won't lead to premature pump failure.
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thinking about getting one of these, how is swiftech's customer service compared to corsair? what if this thing leaks and destroyed my mobo? is it covered?
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just thought i would chime in fits nicely in an corsair d550. using it on a 3770K with an GA-Z77X-UDH5. My first unit was installed so to pull air in from the top into the case. In this set up idle was between 12c and 18c and top end was 54c with and OC on the CPU of 4.2 no voltage change. this unit the pump failed after about 2 months of use). At the time i thought it was my gpu as i just updated drivers when computer kept rebooting no matter what i did, then i checked the temps and noticed cpu at 98c. checked everything, swapped cables/psu and moved the header around to different ports sadly the pump was dead. no leak though. talked with swiftech support (they were great) got a new unit to replace mine. this time i set it up to draw air from inside the case to help keep the gpu cooler (in the other config the gpus temp went up by 8c) this new config the idle is about 18c-24c load is about 55-61c (gpu only suffers about a 3c increase). this change also made the whole system seem much more quite.

however under load the gpu was still to noise so in the next two weeks i am taking the next step and moving into adding my gpu to the loop (first real building of a loop for me). adding a 120mm rad to the loop and a reservoir. the block will be an EK-7970 lightning edition. I looked for the fluid used in the h220 but seems to be sold out everywhere so was thinking of using distilled water and kill coil. or maybe the old swiftech fluid from what i read on martins liquid lab the test h220s shipped with that.... would rather use the stuff thats in it but oh well.

will post pics when i am done with the setup! and new temps....


my only thoughts on real changes to the h220 would be the initial mount to the mobo, i would like the first stage to me more like the prolimatech megahalems which it replaced. the megahalems had to be the easiest mount i ever carried out. not saying the h220 is hard, just saying it could be easier.

one other question as i am a newbie... i am moderately worried about pump failure again, would it harm the loop to add a second pump? sort of a back up/redundancy. what would you guys recommend if its okay to do? right now i just have a trigger set to temps that begins shut down of the cpu if temps get too high. (dont ever want to se the cpu at 98 again)
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thinking about getting one of these, how is swiftech's customer service compared to corsair? what if this thing leaks and destroyed my mobo? is it covered?

Items damaged by a leaking H220 is not part of their warranty. Customer service is another story, they post here regularly and seem to have top notch service.
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Items damaged by a leaking H220 is not part of their warranty. Customer service is another story, they post here regularly and seem to have top notch service.

doesn't matter if they always post here, if they are not gonna cover damages due to failure then that is not good.
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