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I don't know much about expanding the loop on the H220 to gpus. But can someone point me in the right direction to fit

XSPC Razor nVidia GTX 670 Full Coverage VGA Block - Reference Design - Frozencpu.com

into my loop?

Everything mentioned, but you can get away with a single 120 mm rad if only one gpu. My cpu temps remained the same at load with the GPU maxed out.
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hi guys, i was collecting infos about this AIO system, i read on the official website that the cpu waterblock is incompatible with asrock z77e itx MOBO, cant find any info about mine, it is the z87e itx, i guess there shoudn't be anymore problems concerning VGA socket cause they move it higher, but i think ram sockets are still a problem, anyone can confirm that? thanks mates
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hi guys, i was collecting infos about this AIO system, i read on the official website that the cpu waterblock is incompatible with asrock z77e itx MOBO, cant find any info about mine, it is the z87e itx, i guess there shoudn't be anymore problems concerning VGA socket cause they move it higher, but i think ram sockets are still a problem, anyone can confirm that? thanks mates

You might be the first, low profile ram, the samsung green, or the LP crucial sports shouldn't be an issue regardless.
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I don't know much about expanding the loop on the H220 to gpus. But can someone point me in the right direction to fit

XSPC Razor nVidia GTX 670 Full Coverage VGA Block - Reference Design - Frozencpu.com

into my loop?
For expanding I suggest making a diagram on paper on how you want to create the loop and marking everything your gonna need, as shipping all the parts you need at once will save money. Especially since most watercooling store dont have the greatest shipping prices.

The tubing for the H220 is 3/8"ID (inner diameter)x 5/8"OD (outer diameter) or for metric 10mmx16mm.

So when looking for barbs (fittings) you need 3/8" barbs and most likely 5/8" clamps to hold the tubing securely.

If you want to use compression fittings then you need to look for 3/8"ID x 5/8"OD. Also make sure either are G1/4 threads as that is most likely,99.9%, going to fit your block.

Order 3/8"ID x 5/8"OD tubing, amount all depends on your case, how you route it, if your gonna replace stock tubing, and if you want extra.

You may also want to add a drain fill port to the H220 res. I'm making mine out of 1/2"ID tubing to help fill better as its the biggest tubing you can buy.

Do some research it will help you out a lot.



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hi guys, i was collecting infos about this AIO system, i read on the official website that the cpu waterblock is incompatible with asrock z77e itx MOBO, cant find any info about mine, it is the z87e itx, i guess there shoudn't be anymore problems concerning VGA socket cause they move it higher, but i think ram sockets are still a problem, anyone can confirm that? thanks mates

From the newegg pics it looks like it will mount no problem with tubing going north to south.
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I recently got a H220, and installed it a couple days ago. I've been having a similar issue others have been, the pump just shuts down and my FX-8320 reaches its HYST mark and the computer switches off. It tends to be ok when the cpu is idle, but if I load it up to 100% across all 4 modules, or all 8 threads/cores, the temps level out near 50c but after a few minutes the pump shuts down.

I just tried hooking the pump up to the cpu fan header directly, and checked for bent pins, as well as hooked up through the splitter. Everything looks fine, but it doesn't seem to want to start back up. I've noticed I have to wait a while before it wants to start working again. I assume its because it needs to cool down. The pump/block gets rather hot after it shuts down.

Are there any things I can try that I haven't?
Recently got my RMA unit. Thing is purring like a cat. Can't hear my system at all anymore, and under full load I'm getting about 40c temps. When I fire up a couple older Radeon 5850s as well at full load, temps rise to about 54c. Idle temps are 30c. Better than I expected for my setup. (air flow is lacking, and only have the rad setup in pull config, rather than push pull). I don't overclock much at all these days, so this is going to do me for quite some time. I imagine if I tried, I could get fully loaded temps down 5-10c.

Swiftech was very helpful and very very quick to help. If anyone has thought of holding off buying a swiftech because of any of the previous issues with this unit, don't. If, in the off chance something is wrong, they will step up and make it right, with a minimum of fuss. (no I am not a shill wink.gif just really impressed with swiftech)
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Recently got my RMA unit. Thing is purring like a cat. Can't hear my system at all anymore, and under full load I'm getting about 40c temps. When I fire up a couple older Radeon 5850s as well at full load, temps rise to about 54c. Idle temps are 30c. Better than I expected for my setup. (air flow is lacking, and only have the rad setup in pull config, rather than push pull). I don't overclock much at all these days, so this is going to do me for quite some time. I imagine if I tried, I could get fully loaded temps down 5-10c.

Swiftech was very helpful and very very quick to help. If anyone has thought of holding off buying a swiftech because of any of the previous issues with this unit, don't. If, in the off chance something is wrong, they will step up and make it right, with a minimum of fuss. (no I am not a shill wink.gif just really impressed with swiftech)

Thank you so much for posting your experience with us. We try to treat our customers the way we would want to be treated. Don't hesitate to ask if you have any questions or require further assistance.
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I'm getting the "CPU fan Error" on my system.

My system was RUNNING FINE all day, from 10am until 6pm, playing Battlefield 3 and browsing the web.

I went to the gym and came back, booted the PC up and boom "CPU fan error"


I literally did not TOUCH ANYTHING.

What the fudge?

I am infuriated right now. The first day I got the cooler, the PWM splitter was damaged but I received a new one. Now, the unit was working fine and just merely stopped; without me touching anything.

I just double checked all the connections and everything is plugged in properly, and it was running fine earlier today anyway...

Help? I'm just going to go to best buy and pick up a Corsair cooler now, ugh...
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I'm getting the "CPU fan Error" on my system.

My system was RUNNING FINE all day, from 10am until 6pm, playing Battlefield 3 and browsing the web.

I went to the gym and came back, booted the PC up and boom "CPU fan error"


I literally did not TOUCH ANYTHING.

What the fudge?

I am infuriated right now. The first day I got the cooler, the PWM splitter was damaged but I received a new one. Now, the unit was working fine and just merely stopped; without me touching anything.

I just double checked all the connections and everything is plugged in properly, and it was running fine earlier today anyway...

Help? I'm just going to go to best buy and pick up a Corsair cooler now, ugh...
Calm down first. No need to buy Corsair and waste money, and be worse off.

First how are you connected on the pump?
Try a different header with the pump only, no splitter.
What is the bios settings used?
Are you using any software to control fan or bios only?

If there is still a problem, contact Swiftech they will take good care of you.
    
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I'm getting the "CPU fan Error" on my system.

My system was RUNNING FINE all day, from 10am until 6pm, playing Battlefield 3 and browsing the web.

I went to the gym and came back, booted the PC up and boom "CPU fan error"


I literally did not TOUCH ANYTHING.

What the fudge?

I am infuriated right now. The first day I got the cooler, the PWM splitter was damaged but I received a new one. Now, the unit was working fine and just merely stopped; without me touching anything.

I just double checked all the connections and everything is plugged in properly, and it was running fine earlier today anyway...

Help? I'm just going to go to best buy and pick up a Corsair cooler now, ugh...

Umm your being a bit impatient and being someone who builds their own computers, troubleshooting never ends... 1st gen stuff always has kinks everyone knows that.
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I'm getting the "CPU fan Error" on my system.

My system was RUNNING FINE all day, from 10am until 6pm, playing Battlefield 3 and browsing the web.

I went to the gym and came back, booted the PC up and boom "CPU fan error"


I literally did not TOUCH ANYTHING.

What the fudge?

I am infuriated right now. The first day I got the cooler, the PWM splitter was damaged but I received a new one. Now, the unit was working fine and just merely stopped; without me touching anything.

I just double checked all the connections and everything is plugged in properly, and it was running fine earlier today anyway...

Help? I'm just going to go to best buy and pick up a Corsair cooler now, ugh...

Some of the other members have given you the same suggestions that I would have. Please let me know if they help to resolve your issue. If they don't then please PM me and we'll get you taken care of.
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