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post #541 of 20767
Good news for anyone worrying about the pump problems just remember you have a 3 year warranty lol so cheer up enjoy the h220 and if it has issues then trust me from the 50+ pages I've read on here swiftech is out to play and they are makin customer satisfaction número UNO.
post #542 of 20767
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Its the pump. Makes the noise when its the only thing plugged in, goes away when its not, gets louder when pump speed increases.

I sent you a PM. Don't worry, we'll get this taken care of. Your pump shouldn't be making that kind of noise.
post #543 of 20767
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Originally Posted by JoshME View Post

Good news for anyone worrying about the pump problems just remember you have a 3 year warranty lol so cheer up enjoy the h220 and if it has issues then trust me from the 50+ pages I've read on here swiftech is out to play and they are makin customer satisfaction número UNO.

Absolutely right!
post #544 of 20767
Any word on who will have stock the soonest?

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post #545 of 20767
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Any word on who will have stock the soonest?

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I don't have that information available to me right now. I can give you my best guess though when I get into work on Monday.
post #546 of 20767
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Any word on who will have stock the soonest?

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I don't have that information available to me right now. I can give you my best guess though when I get into work on Monday.

You're the man, I'd really appreciate that info biggrin.gif

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post #547 of 20767
So much talk about failing pumps. Makes me want to back off my overclock. But love the H220 so far. Leaving my i7 920 running at 4.0. Nice idles and temps take 45 minutes on Prime before they touch 60C. Stopped testing when it hit an hour. Amazing cooler.

Looking to go push pull. If anyone is not going to use the stock Helix's I'd love to have them. Shoot me a PM.
post #548 of 20767
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So much talk about failing pumps. Makes me want to back off my overclock. But love the H220 so far. Leaving my i7 920 running at 4.0. Nice idles and temps take 45 minutes on Prime before they touch 60C. Stopped testing when it hit an hour. Amazing cooler.

Looking to go push pull. If anyone is not going to use the stock Helix's I'd love to have them. Shoot me a PM.
Well you cant have mine when I get my H220. Like i said, they are good fans for what they offer for price/performance/noise ratio.
    
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Too bad my case won't allow for a push pull config. Maybe I'll upgrade my case down the road.. once I add my gpu to it,I think I'm going to have to added an extra radiator based on reviews. You guys think another 240 rad should be fine? Or can it be a thick 120?

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Too bad my case won't allow for a push pull config. Maybe I'll upgrade my case down the road.. once I add my gpu to it,I think I'm going to have to added an extra radiator based on reviews. You guys think another 240 rad should be fine? Or can it be a thick 120?

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Most tests show that push/pull only offers a very slight improvement over push, so I wouldn't worry about it too much. I am doing just push in both my units because I have never seen any results that seem worth the trouble and expense.

More rads is definitely worth the upgrade from what I have seen. The bigger the better, but it just depends on what you can fit. I will end up with a 240 and 360 in my Switch 810.
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