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post #461 of 20767
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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

Sounds like your 3770k not necessarily the cooler. I get those temps in IBT at 1.3v 4.9ghz. But you need to know if you're intake or exhaust and what are the temps in your room.
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post #462 of 20767
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I think I'm in love with the case!

Yeah...It's a sweet case. I have revision 1 but I still love it. You can't go wrong with the R2 though!
post #463 of 20767
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Originally Posted by Dizz22r View Post

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.

Really? Do you know what you're talking about? Do you have a source? Or are you just repeating the then-truths (now assumptions) from 20+ years ago?
Edited by Pogi - 3/15/13 at 2:50pm
post #464 of 20767
From Swiftech's Annual Report:

http://www.otcmarkets.com/financialReportViewer?id=100979


As a result of the positive response received for the H220 product, the decision was made to move to a
new production facility and to invest into new assembly lines to boost the production capacity for the
product.
The issuer has been approached by several leading OEM’s for manufacturing of the H220 under various
brand names, and is in the process of finalizing agreements in this respect.
 Declinations of the H220 all-in-one liquid cooling kits are also in development and scheduled for
release during the second quarter of 2013:
- H320 (triple 120mm)
- H240 (dual 140mm)
- H140 (single 140mm)
 The standalone versions of the pump deriving from the H220 kits are scheduled for released during
the second quarter of 2013.
 A new generation of quick-connect non spill fittings is scheduled for release on the first quarter of
2013.
 A new generation of high-end CPU waterblocks is also scheduled for release on the second quarter of
2013.
 A new VGA waterblock is in the final stages of development for NVidia’s new Titan graphics card.
 Other products derived from the above are in the process of development.


Interesting stuff!
Edited by colforbin - 3/15/13 at 2:40pm
post #465 of 20767
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Originally Posted by Sp33d Junki3 View Post

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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I am thinking of removing the red sticks and just running the blue.



Besides the gap that is visible is there another? If so at full speed there was no air escaping from that gap. I have thought about replacing them though. I am thinking of replacing them with these http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835103090

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post #466 of 20767
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Originally Posted by colforbin View Post

From Swiftech's Annual report:

http://www.otcmarkets.com/financialReportViewer?id=100979


As a result of the positive response received for the H220 product, the decision was made to move to a
new production facility and to invest into new assembly lines to boost the production capacity for the
product.
The issuer has been approached by several leading OEM’s for manufacturing of the H220 under various
brand names, and is in the process of finalizing agreements in this respect.
 Declinations of the H220 all-in-one liquid cooling kits are also in development and scheduled for
release during the second quarter of 2013:
- H320 (triple 120mm)
- H240 (dual 140mm)
- H140 (single 140mm)
 The standalone versions of the pump deriving from the H220 kits are scheduled for released during
the second quarter of 2013.
 A new generation of quick-connect non spill fittings is scheduled for release on the first quarter of
2013.
 A new generation of high-end CPU waterblocks is also scheduled for release on the second quarter of
2013.
 A new VGA waterblock is in the final stages of development for NVidia’s new Titan graphics card.
 Other products derived from the above are in the process of development.


Interesting stuff!


This is what comes to well deserving companies that innovate and stand by their product! thumb.gif

(Im looking at you Apple)

I know I am easily a die-hard Swiftech fan now and this is my first in many categories. First Serious entry into WC and to Swiftech products. But having seen how much they care for us customers, are involved in active communities and love their own product... This all makes for the thickest customer loyalty you can create.

Keep it up guys, you rock!
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post #467 of 20767
The cm sickleflow is ok, but didn't perform well on my rads. They were louder and specs are not what they are. They did not move air as much they said the are, less than the stock Helix. I which is by far better.

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Originally Posted by colforbin View Post

From Swiftech's Annual report:

http://www.otcmarkets.com/financialReportViewer?id=100979


As a result of the positive response received for the H220 product, the decision was made to move to a
new production facility and to invest into new assembly lines to boost the production capacity for the
product.
The issuer has been approached by several leading OEM’s for manufacturing of the H220 under various
brand names, and is in the process of finalizing agreements in this respect.
 Declinations of the H220 all-in-one liquid cooling kits are also in development and scheduled for
release during the second quarter of 2013:
- H320 (triple 120mm)
- H240 (dual 140mm)
- H140 (single 140mm)
 The standalone versions of the pump deriving from the H220 kits are scheduled for released during
the second quarter of 2013.
 A new generation of quick-connect non spill fittings is scheduled for release on the first quarter of
2013.
 A new generation of high-end CPU waterblocks is also scheduled for release on the second quarter of
2013.
 A new VGA waterblock is in the final stages of development for NVidia’s new Titan graphics card.
 Other products derived from the above are in the process of development.


Interesting stuff!


This is what comes to well deserving companies that innovate and stand by their product! thumb.gif

(Im looking at you Apple)

I know I am easily a die-hard Swiftech fan now and this is my first in many categories. First Serious entry into WC and to Swiftech products. But having seen how much they care for us customers, are involved in active communities and love their own product... This all makes for the thickest customer loyalty you can create.

Keep it up guys, you rock!

I have had sickle flows and they aren't too loud and but they do make noise when mounted on the top of the case which was a deal breaker for me. I have like 6 just sitting in a closet now.

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FINALLY!!!!!!





Installation pics to follow!!! thumb.gif
 
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Yea buddy mine's waiting for me at home too =D
    
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