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post #5221 of 20215
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They are available for people outside the US tho, right?

EDIT: I just checked and both the H220 and H320 are listed but cannot be purchased. Why can't people outside the US still purchase from your site?
Like I just posted get it from ncix.ca . They are a major Canadian computer retailer . It will be available by 8/23/13 and they are taking preorders now. I am the only one who has purchased right now so there is not a long line.
Edited by os2wiz - 7/27/13 at 6:59am
post #5222 of 20215
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If that's the case why are there options for different countries in the checkout?

This is so that we can direct them to our resellers in their region.
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Like I just posted get it from ncix.ca . They are a major Canadadian computer retailer . It will be available by 8/23/13 adn they are taking preorders now. I am the only one who has purchased right now so there is not a long line.

I already have mine ordered (I'm in Australia)

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Originally Posted by BramSLI1 View Post

This is so that we can direct them to our resellers in their region.

That clears that up then. Thanks
post #5224 of 20215
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I've just been setting up my h220 in my bitfenix and it has been the most frustrating experience.

My idle temps are at 55... I thought it might be because the tube was too curved so i held it out of the case so they were straight but no difference. I've remounted the thing twice and I'm still getting 55degrees.

I have a corsair 650 watt psu, could that be the reason why? I have a single card 7970 gfx.

Is there a chance I have to drain it?

Please help, this has really turned me off on water cooling and i was so excited T_T

You do know you have to mod under the motherboard where the back bracket is for the H220 to mount properly in prodigy case...

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Either way, but I highly suggest putting the res of the rad as the highest point in the loop. Had to mod my case to do it.

I'm planning to put it at the bottom of my case as that's the only spot I can put it. Why exactly do you put the rad as the highest point in the loop?
As other have said so any air bubbles can be trapped away from the flow of water and not pulled into the pump which is the cause of noisy units.

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I'm planning to put it at the bottom of my case as that's the only spot I can put it. Why exactly do you put the rad as the highest point in the loop?
The rule is for the res. to be higher than the pump with fillcap up to bleed air properly. If you keep the cap up and mount it in the bottom with fillport up it will be able to bleed the air still so it should work. You could also add a small res. above the pump somewhere, if you can fit it in your case. Then feed the pump from this res.

Bad! Slap your hand. In the expansion video for in the OP it says to keep the inlet for the pump the same on the radiator as you received it.
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You do know you have to mod under the motherboard where the back bracket is for the H220 to mount properly in prodigy case...
As other have said so any air bubbles can be trapped away from the flow of water and not pulled into the pump which is the cause of noisy units.
Bad! Slap your hand. In the expansion video for in the OP it says to keep the inlet for the pump the same on the radiator as you received it.

I didn't mod mine :O
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So i've had the pump running at 3k rpm. and decided to drop it down to 1800 rpm last night, but seeing no temp difference. Is having at 3k rpm more for when you add on gpu blocks and stuff?
     
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post #5227 of 20215
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So i've had the pump running at 3k rpm. and decided to drop it down to 1800 rpm last night, but seeing no temp difference. Is having at 3k rpm more for when you add on gpu blocks and stuff?

I think its for someone who is deaf. biggrin.gif
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post #5228 of 20215
Flow increase doesn't decrease temps all that much, if at all. Once you have sufficient flow, you pretty much only increase noise. As you suggested, the only reason to need to raise the pump speed is to add more to the loop. The included PWM header is great, but has the unfortunate side effect of making your pump run at full as well, when you really just want your fans to run at full.
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Here's the last one that i took when i removed it completely from my pc.


Every single one of these units is powered on and leak tested for 24 hours straight .. no exceptions.. Was this a new unit?
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I'm wondering why that plastic looks so discolored..
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