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post #451 of 20767
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Yeah so they dont have it, they have just put it on thier stock list. I doubt they are al OoS at same time.

no they actually did have them in stock

i was told specialtech sold out very quickly

but overclock.co.uk and tekheads actually took about a week to sell theirs

i watched the stock go down on both those sites but still couldnt decide whether to get one or wait for a few more actual user reviews

i am in no great rush--sometimes its better to wait just in case of teething problems with the 1st consumer units
post #452 of 20767
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Except for the Few who had some Dead pump's. Quality control seems to be a big problem in today's world since everything is made in China tongue.gif.
Luckily They seem to have good customer support in the States wink.gif

I hope they work out the kinks with the h320 so i can start a new thread for the h320 club members biggrin.gif

Not sure, there have been like 4-5 reported in this thread / the news thread... how many units sold? There is always a margin for error when you mass manufacture, and we were all excited about this products release, so we're more likely to share our product experience.
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Here is mine.



I am going to remount with the fill port on the top and hopefully fit another pull set of sp120s inside the case. If not I will have to mount them on top.
Nice, how close to the ram is the fitting is? I didn't like the SP120 fans, just not designed for rads. As you can see there is no proper seal to it. There is a gap in between so air can pass through. If you can find gaskets for that shape, will help.

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Fractal Arc Midi R2. $100 and supports dual 240 rads easily.

I'd just like to repeat this. If anyone isn't confident about their case, and wants a mid tower to put the h220 in, the Arc Midi R2 is the best for water cooling. I'm willing to say that, no questions. It can easily fit 60mm dual 240 rads up top, and 60 mm 240 rads in front, maybe even 280(although 280 will be tight). If you want to do some minor modding, you can remove the bay at the top and have a 360 rad up top.

I decided to try a different paste, just to compare it to the swiftech stuff. My prolimatech PK-1 got about a degree higher temps. With mounting differences I'd say it's within margin of error. Was just curious, and had some free time. I'll probably put the swiftech stuff back on this weekend, I'm probably going to play around with fan configurations and see what how much intake/exhaust effect temps, and maybe even try to mount the rad in the front just to see what that does. All depends on how much time I have.
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I'm going for a Black/Yellow scheme and its still work in progress (can only afford so much on a college budget). The Mpower mobo didn't let me place the radiator and fans together, luckily I'm in the market for a new case specifically one with black interior and a side window if anyone has any recommendations.

Fractal Design Arc Midi R2...This case is pretty good! Speed junky and I recommend it! I don't think its out on the market yet but soon will be. Newegg has it in stock! You can mount the swiftech in the front or on the top of the case. thumb.gif

Here is a video

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M8URy-WKm_4
Edited by Airrick10 - 3/15/13 at 1:22pm
post #456 of 20767
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Not sure, there have been like 4-5 reported in this thread / the news thread... how many units sold? There is always a margin for error when you mass manufacture, and we were all excited about this products release, so we're more likely to share our product experience.

Of course, H220 was designed and marketed towards the enthusiast rather than the general public. So problems will be more likely known since most of you guys share your experiences on the forums etc.. and other forms of communication. I was just talking in general how bad quality control is for companies who outsource to get their products made in Asia. It's defective rates are much higher than your local made items,but your paying more money as well for the homemade products.Its definitely double edge sword.

I am just glad Swiftech has great customer support and take care of their customers which to me is most important!
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Fractal Design Arc Midi R2...This case is pretty good! Speed junky and I recommend it! I don't think its out on the market yet but soon will be. Newegg has it in stock! You can mount the swiftech in the front or on the top of the case. thumb.gif

Here is a video

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M8URy-WKm_4

I think I'm in love with the case!
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Is anyone using arctic silver 5 with their h220? I'm getting pretty bad temps. 30s idle, low 80s on load. To my knowledge as-5 requires cure time but still the temps are pretty bad. Going to reseat with swiftech's TIM this weekend
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Is anyone using arctic silver 5 with their h220? I'm getting pretty bad temps. 30s idle, low 80s on load. To my knowledge as-5 requires cure time but still the temps are pretty bad. Going to reseat with swiftech's TIM this weekend
As5 is not all that great. You need 200hrs cycle to cure. The stock paste that comes with the H220 would be better. Mx4 is another good choice.

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Is anyone using arctic silver 5 with their h220? I'm getting pretty bad temps. 30s idle, low 80s on load. To my knowledge as-5 requires cure time but still the temps are pretty bad. Going to reseat with swiftech's TIM this weekend

Yeah AS5 is old and there are better TIMs out there like MX-4, Gelid GC Extreme, Prolimatech Pk-1, PK-2, Pk-3 and other newer ones
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