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For the record, I do not need one, just thought it might help.
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post #5242 of 20724
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Originally Posted by Watagump View Post

Bram, since you are not allowed to SELL the H320 here in the states. I have decided to let you GIVE me one. thumb.gif

I propose a giveaway of couple units per retailer . That should further stimulate demand and give Swiftech very good PR.
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so swiftech's fluid is sold out everywhere. what is the next best thing to run into the h220? (coolant)
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so swiftech's fluid is sold out everywhere. what is the next best thing to run into the h220? (coolant)

You can use our green HydrX PM coolant. It pretty much has the same properties, it's just a different color and a little thinner of a coolant. It will work just fine in these kits though.
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You can use our green HydrX PM coolant. It pretty much has the same properties, it's just a different color and a little thinner of a coolant. It will work just fine in these kits though.
i just bought some alphacool water. clear is my preference
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Can anyone running an oced 4770k with more than 1.25 vcore post their temps please?
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Well got both H220's installed. One on a z87 Pro and 4770k the other on a z77xud5h and 2700k I gotta say I love this thing and temps are far better than exscpected. but now for the gripes. I hopw swiftech listens. On both coolers the damn retaineing washers that keeps the screws on kept falling off. Install was very frustrateing. Mounting system imo is not very good as far as quality. Like noctuas backplate was a real pain to align as the nuts keps moveing. Xplate should have clear markings for scocket backplate sticky tape wouldnt hold on either kept popping out mis aligned. I used mx4 on the 2700k got much better temps then timmate, but I wouldnt trade this thing for anything my temps on the 2700k@ 4.7 are 29cidle in BIOS. Right now Realtemp say my cores are fluctuating between 31c to 34 loaded up with ibt it obly hits bout 59c on the hottest core this thing is badass but for mounting thats it. Oh and its dead silent.
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Well got both H220's installed. One on a z87 Pro and 4770k the other on a z77xud5h and 2700k I gotta say I love this thing and temps are far better than exscpected. but now for the gripes. I hopw swiftech listens. On both coolers the damn retaineing washers that keeps the screws on kept falling off. Install was very frustrateing. Mounting system imo is not very good as far as quality. Like noctuas backplate was a real pain to align as the nuts keps moveing. Xplate should have clear markings for scocket backplate sticky tape wouldnt hold on either kept popping out mis aligned. I used mx4 on the 2700k got much better temps then timmate, but I wouldnt trade this thing for anything my temps on the 2700k@ 4.7 are 29cidle in BIOS. Right now Realtemp say my cores are fluctuating between 31c to 34 loaded up with ibt it obly hits bout 59c on the hottest core this thing is badass but for mounting thats it. Oh and its dead silent.


If you want to retype that without caps then more people will read it, but as of now it just hurts my eyes
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Well got both H220's installed. One on a z87 Pro and 4770k the other on a z77xud5h and 2700k I gotta say I love this thing and temps are far better than exscpected. but now for the gripes. I hopw swiftech listens. On both coolers the damn retaineing washers that keeps the screws on kept falling off. Install was very frustrateing. Mounting system imo is not very good as far as quality. Like noctuas backplate was a real pain to align as the nuts keps moveing. Xplate should have clear markings for scocket backplate sticky tape wouldnt hold on either kept popping out mis aligned. I used mx4 on the 2700k got much better temps then timmate, but I wouldnt trade this thing for anything my temps on the 2700k@ 4.7 are 29cidle in BIOS. Right now Realtemp say my cores are fluctuating between 31c to 34 loaded up with ibt it obly hits bout 59c on the hottest core this thing is badass but for mounting thats it. Oh and its dead silent.

Actually mounting it is quite easy, done it about 10 times. You have to first get one screw started then the one opposite of that get those two about halfway with the sliding things on the back into the holes on the mobo then do the other 2 and it's easy as pie from there. Just gotta make sure those sliding things on the back get into the mobo holes to avoid possible damage to mobo.
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Everyone wanting to support Swiftech is all well and good but I'd stay away from their 90* Rotary fittings. I recently bought four of these and they all drip at the rotation point. I ended up with stains from the die in my case where the leak happened.
    
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