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Originally Posted by blaze0079 View Post

if you import a h320 how would the warranty work? would i have to ship it back to where i import it from and what about if it leaks?

If you're in the US (this includes Hawaii and Alaska) or Canada, we'll handle the RMA process at our Long Beach HQ.
post #5302 of 20784
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Originally Posted by Stablerage View Post

If that had fit into my haf xm I would have got that, but more than happy with the H220.

I think can be mounted on a HAF 932.
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h320 can be mounted in the haf 932 if you remove the power lid/accessory storage shroud on the top of the case, and expose the 4 mounting holes. It looks really ugly though because the airflow from that 1 120m mount is basically useless when you put the shroud back on

It was my old case at one point.

I make love to my 800D now though biggrin.gif
     
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post #5304 of 20784
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Originally Posted by extreme-oc View Post

I think can be mounted on a HAF 932.
Yeah but preferred the look of the XM and never intended to go down the AIO line.
post #5305 of 20784
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Originally Posted by byomes View Post

Just tried changing the CPU RPM LOWEST STATE to 200 and ignore but block still fails to run. Also tried relocating the plug from CPU_FAN to CPU_OPT & as a chassis fan but no luck. Shook the desktop around a couple times but it seems its not a debris issue too. I guess it's time for an RMA. I thought I was really lucky with mine because there were a lot of pump issues with the first released batch.

Ah I see.

But atleast you troubleshooted to make sure it wasn't anything else.

Did you by any chance have the CPU fan/pump running at "standard" or "turbo"?

Mine was running at turbo and I was informed by the swiftech rep taht a few other people who had Asus boards ran at this setting and their pumps died.

BTW, Try disabling the Minimum RPM all together just make sure it says "disabled" please, I'm curiosu to know if that will change anything.
post #5306 of 20784
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Originally Posted by kikibgd View Post

i cannot agree more, but on the other hand its not so sticky like corsair one witch will take some pulling to take off.
i believe they can improve mounting kit much much more

The corsair mounting kits/NZXT (rebranded Asatek?) are the best IMHO.

What makes them the best, is the fact that the backplate sticks on the back, then a thumb screw, screws down into it, before placing the block on.

Thus, the backplate is secure 100% and all you have to worry about is positioning and angling the CPU block on top of the CPU.

The worst I ever used was the Eisberg 240L from coolermaster, which was a disaster. It used plastic moutning pieces.
post #5307 of 20784
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Originally Posted by XxAlbertoxX View Post

Ah I see.

But atleast you troubleshooted to make sure it wasn't anything else.

Did you by any chance have the CPU fan/pump running at "standard" or "turbo"?

Mine was running at turbo and I was informed by the swiftech rep taht a few other people who had Asus boards ran at this setting and their pumps died.

BTW, Try disabling the Minimum RPM all together just make sure it says "disabled" please, I'm curiosu to know if that will change anything.

all that setting does is WARN you that your cpu fan ( or w.e. fan you are changing ) is running below your specified RPM turbo is a fan profile the only way i can see that hurting the pump is if it is changing the rpms to quickly, but even that would be far fetched.
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post #5308 of 20784
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Just an update from myself regarding the "CPU Fan Error" and RMA process for the H220 via Swiftech:

Well, first of all the RMA process is smooth. The reps here are great.

Regarding the CPU Fan Error or "dead pumps" on these forums, I just want to STRONGLY advise anyone recieving this message, especially if you are on an ASUS motherboard, to please, go into your BIOS and check the CPU RPM Lowest state.

On the asus boards, it defaults to 600RPM. But for some reason, sometimes the fan/pump may not hit this required RPM and that is what seems to trigger the "CPU Fan Error" message that may have you thinking your pump is dead.

I ended up ordering a NZXT Kraken x60 and had the same message I had on my swiftech h220 and thought "there's no way!" so I went into the BIOS and lowered the RPM to 200 (or you can even disable this feature!), and presto, the computer booted up fine with no "CPU fan error".

Temperatures were in the 30C's and the NZXT software showed the fans/pump were in fact working.

So just want to give a heads up, because the amount of dead pumps may just be a result of faulty BIOS settings/configurations per different motherboards. Maybe Swiftech will read this and can modify so they don't get so many RMA's.

But not all. Once I got the CPU Fan Error, my CPU temps jumped to 60+ C at idle. My replacement should arrive tomorrow and the failed unit will go back so I'm curious what Swiftech finds.

I agree, the RMA process and reps have been great!
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post #5309 of 20784
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Originally Posted by EnthusiastG4m3r View Post

h320 can be mounted in the haf 932 if you remove the power lid/accessory storage shroud on the top of the case, and expose the 4 mounting holes. It looks really ugly though because the airflow from that 1 120m mount is basically useless when you put the shroud back on

It was my old case at one point.

I make love to my 800D now though biggrin.gif

I remove 240 fan on the top for mount H220. So everything is already ok to mount H320. No problem.
post #5310 of 20784
I received my H220 and my block (the part making contact with cpu) is all "scratched" looking. most blocks i see have almost mirror finish where as no matter how much i clean this it has a non perfect looking finish. Just wondering if this is normal or even matters
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