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Won't fit, unless you are talking a single fan rad. As it is, the only way to get both in the box was to have the top fans out of the case with fan shrouds blowing in from the top. Either the swivel barbs, or the res or the other radiator's ports got in the way of having both rads fit with everything inside and having a back exhaust fan.
There is other rads that can be used in the front, instead of a 240. If you have the smaller PCB like a GTX670, you should be able to fit a 180/200 rad in front.
    
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There is other rads that can be used in the front, instead of a 240. If you have the smaller PCB like a GTX670, you should be able to fit a 180/200 rad in front.

I already acknowledged that when I said single fan rad.. and no, titan would say no to any really long and wide radiators.
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post #5763 of 20784
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If you're still using the BlackHawk Ultra, you shouldn't have any problems fitting the H320 at the top of your case with the fill port facing up. It even looks like you should be able to do push/ pull in that configuration. If you're doing push/ pull though make sure to make all of your top motherboard connections first, so that you won't have to strain to get them plugged in after the kit is installed.

Thanks so much Brian. One other question . Do these new H320's have the latest parts for improving the pump problems?
post #5764 of 20784
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Adding a second pump to your loop will only improve performance. Even though they're different pumps, that operate at different speeds, they will only enhance your flow rate and improve your head pressure. Adding a second pump to the loop will also improve this kit's ability to bleed air out of it.

regarding the issue i have with the pump not starting up when tower is left off about 45 min, if air is the issue could changing loop order fix it, or perhaps letting the loop run at full speed all the time?

recap so dont have to go through all prior posts, works fine on reboot, and if left running never have issue. however if shutdown for about 45min pump does come back up. am using pwm splitter, tried using another swiftech splitter, and direct from mobo/and alt mobo. swapped psus. see issue outside of case as well.

the loop goes h220 rad then h220 pump, then ek-7970 lightning wb - then MCR12-QP - then MCRES micro Rev2 Reservoir - back to h220 radiator. the h220 rad is in the top of my 550d. the mcr12-qp is on the bottom 120/140 slot with reservoir above the hdd, below the optical bay where another hdd tray would be.pump is powered of swiftech splitter pic below of setup



edit ill note my pump has never been audibly noisy … though i guess fan noise may cover it up, but there is not much of that
Edited by goddog - 8/12/13 at 5:49pm
post #5765 of 20784
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Why is it doing that after 4 months of usage? Is it because of the liquid evaporated over time?

Yes, it could simply be that with a little evaporation there is now an air pocket in the loop. That would be my guess at this time.
post #5766 of 20784
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Thanks so much Brian. One other question . Do these new H320's have the latest parts for improving the pump problems?

Yes, this new batch of kits has all of the latest revisions to reduce or eliminate issues that these pumps have previously had.
post #5767 of 20784
Sounds like it may not be getting past its "start voltage" on a cold start. Does your system run the "fans" up to 100% on boot and then throttle back as the bios kicks in? If so, during that brief 100% period does the pump run and then cutoff afterwards? But then again, i guess if that were the case, temps would rise soon enough and the system would power in excess of that startup voltage and things would be ok from there on?
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regarding the issue i have with the pump not starting up when tower is left off about 45 min, if air is the issue could changing loop order fix it, or perhaps letting the loop run at full speed all the time?

recap so dont have to go through all prior posts, works fine on reboot, and if left running never have issue. however if shutdown for about 45min pump does come back up. am using pwm splitter, tried using another swiftech splitter, and direct from mobo/and alt mobo. swapped psus. see issue outside of case as well.

the loop goes h220 rad then h220 pump, then ek-7970 lightning wb - then MCR12-QP - then MCRES micro Rev2 Reservoir - back to h220 radiator. the h220 rad is in the top of my 550d. the mcr12-qp is on the bottom 120/140 slot with reservoir above the hdd, below the optical bay where another hdd tray would be.pump is powered of swiftech splitter pic below of setup

edit ill note my pump has never been audibly noisy … though i guess fan noise may cover it up, but there is not much of that
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Sounds like it may not be getting past its "start voltage" on a cold start. Does your system run the "fans" up to 100% on boot and then throttle back as the bios kicks in? If so, during that brief 100% period does the pump run and then cutoff afterwards? But then again, i guess if that were the case, temps would rise soon enough and the system would power in excess of that startup voltage and things would be ok from there on?


the fans spin up for about 3-4 sec... and i do not think the pump starts up/ shuts down, but not sure ... i will check as soon as i can. normally if the pump has not started after the throttle back it will start building again as the cpu heats, which is normally to full blast by the time windows loads 15 sec or so. i thought leaving the pwm splitter control line unplugged would give it full voltage as well, last time i tried this it did not start. i will test that again as well with only the pump and one fan in the splitter... will be thursday when i have time to test (long days at work right now)
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Did anyone here come from a NZXT Kraken X60? Im considering the switch and will be using a GT-AP15 so that would mean an additional cost, I am wondering though if the H220 with the GT-AP15 can out perform the X60 at a lower noise level?
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Yes. I had the kraken at one point. I would consider it to be one of the noisiest coolers out. Even at slower rpm the stock nzxt fans are horrible.

Stock swiftech fans are pretty good. They have a low drone at full speed... Nothing like the noise of the kraken.
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