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Does any of u guys know a shop in Europe that still has these in stock? I´m from Germany and they dont even sell it here yet, but as i was just about to order one form overlocked.co.uk it got out of stock :/ Would really appreciate the help, cant wait to get one of them wink.gif

Here in Portugal we have it in at least 2 or 3 online stores, in stock.

http://www.pcdiga.com/2/10014/Kit-Water-Cooling-Swiftech-H220?utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=catalogo&utm_source=kuantokusta

http://www.globaldata.pt/index.aspx?p=ProdDetail&ProdId=381439&utm_source=kuantokusta

http://www.alientech.pt/product_info.php?products_id=20572&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=catalogo&utm_source=kuantokusta

This are 3 of the best online stores we have in Portugal. You can contact them and see if they ship to Germany.
Edited by Julsmba - 3/20/13 at 4:58am
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post #692 of 20727
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How about any UK sources? I can't get my Define R4 until the H220 is in stock. mad.gifthumb.gif

this store reckons they will have some tomorrow

though would take it with a pinch of salt till they actually show as in stock

http://www.specialtech.co.uk/spshop/customer/Swiftech-H220-Compact-Drive-II-PWM-Water-Cooling-Kit-pid-17411.html
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Could someone also tell me if I was to replace the tubing what size tubing I would need? I've never done a proper water cooling kit before but would like to mod this a little and add a GPU block in when I get my new GPU. Also what barbs / fittings etc would I need to fit the tubing etc? biggrin.gif


3/8 ID 5/8 OD for your tubing. Any barbs / fittings of your choice with 3/8id 5/8 OD thumb.gif
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Could someone also tell me if I was to replace the tubing what size tubing I would need? I've never done a proper water cooling kit before but would like to mod this a little and add a GPU block in when I get my new GPU. Also what barbs / fittings etc would I need to fit the tubing etc? biggrin.gif

G 1/4- Fill Port Thread

5/8" x 3/8" - tubing
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3/8 ID 5/8 OD for your tubing. Any barbs / fittings of your choice with 3/8id 5/8 OD thumb.gif

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G 1/4- Fill Port Thread

5/8" x 3/8" - tubing

Thanks very much both. thumb.gif

How much tubing in length would I need to have to add a gpu block on if it is sold in meters? 2? And how many barbs / fittings would I need? 2 for each? I take it I wouldn't need any for the rad or pump block as they already have barbs on there?
Edited by Magnum26 - 3/20/13 at 7:01am
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Thanks very much both. thumb.gif

How much tubing in length would I need to have to add a gpu block on if it is sold in meters? 2? And how many barbs / fittings would I need? 2 for each? I take it I wouldn't need any for the rad or pump block as they already have barbs on there?

That's not really something someone can answer for you, referring to tubing length... Just get a big, fat loop of whatever color and brand you want, and cut to what your system' fit is, then save the rest. It's not like it's gonna go stale!

Thanks - T
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That's not really something someone can answer for you, referring to tubing length... Just get a big, fat loop of whatever color and brand you want, and cut to what your system' fit is, then save the rest. It's not like it's gonna go stale!

Thanks - T

Fair enough 2 meters should be enough thumb.gif
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Fair enough 2 meters should be enough thumb.gif

Yeah, I'm buying 2 10-foot packs because I'm a "measure once cut twice, OH LOOK IT'S STILL WRONG" type of person... So yeah... I'm a bad example.

Thanks - T
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Thanks very much both. thumb.gif

How much tubing in length would I need to have to add a gpu block on if it is sold in meters? 2? And how many barbs / fittings would I need? 2 for each? I take it I wouldn't need any for the rad or pump block as they already have barbs on there?
I just ordered everything to expand the H220 for a gpu. I like to oc things so I don't think it is reasonable to ask the H220 to cool both by itself. I am adding a 360 size rad to the loop, I will be using the:
Swiftech MCRx20-QP "Quiet Power" Radiator Series: MCR320-QP-RES-R2.
This is a rad with a reservoir because the stock H220 rad will be at the bottom of the case, and you want a reservoir above the pump.

In addition to your gpu water block you will need two fitting for it, and another two for any rad you add to the loop. So I ordered 4 of these:
Swiftech ⅜” x ⅝” Lok-Seal™ Compression Fitting: 5-8x3-8-G1-4-CF-BK

You will need to replace the coolant in the loop, and you always want a little extra so I ordered two of these:
Swiftech HydrX PM 2 Coolant: Hydrx-PM2

The tubing is up to you as to color, but you always want extra not less these packs come in 10 foot loops, and as stated you want 3/8-5/8.
Plain, and less expensive:
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/13727/ex-tub-991/Danger_Den_DreamFlex_Value_Pack_-_Tubing_Clamps_Tube_Cutter_38ID_x_58OD_-_UV_Black_.html?id=2QbdpVce&mv_pc=1756
Little more money:
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/17887/ex-tub-1620/PrimoChill_PrimoFlex_Advanced_LRT_Tubing_38ID_x_58_OD_-_10ft_Retail_Pack_-_Bloodshed_Red_PFLEXA10-58-R_w_Free_Sys_Prep.html?id=2QbdpVce&mv_pc=1938

You also want some non-capacitive, and non-conductive TIM to install your block on the GPU.

As shown in the Swiftech video, you need a paper clip or power supply jumper connector to run the pump while filling it. Hope that helps.
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I just ordered everything to expand the H220 for a gpu. I like to oc things so I don't think it is reasonable to ask the H220 to cool both by itself. I am adding a 360 size rad to the loop, I will be using the:
Swiftech MCRx20-QP "Quiet Power" Radiator Series: MCR320-QP-RES-R2.
This is a rad with a reservoir because the stock H220 rad will be at the bottom of the case, and you want a reservoir above the pump.

In addition to your gpu water block you will need two fitting for it, and another two for any rad you add to the loop. So I ordered 4 of these:
Swiftech ⅜” x ⅝” Lok-Seal™ Compression Fitting: 5-8x3-8-G1-4-CF-BK

You will need to replace the coolant in the loop, and you always want a little extra so I ordered two of these:
Swiftech HydrX PM 2 Coolant: Hydrx-PM2

The tubing is up to you as to color, but you always want extra not less these packs come in 10 foot loops, and as stated you want 3/8-5/8.
Plain, and less expensive:
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/13727/ex-tub-991/Danger_Den_DreamFlex_Value_Pack_-_Tubing_Clamps_Tube_Cutter_38ID_x_58OD_-_UV_Black_.html?id=2QbdpVce&mv_pc=1756
Little more money:
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/17887/ex-tub-1620/PrimoChill_PrimoFlex_Advanced_LRT_Tubing_38ID_x_58_OD_-_10ft_Retail_Pack_-_Bloodshed_Red_PFLEXA10-58-R_w_Free_Sys_Prep.html?id=2QbdpVce&mv_pc=1938

You also want some non-capacitive, and non-conductive TIM to install your block on the GPU.

As shown in the Swiftech video, you need a paper clip or power supply jumper connector to run the pump while filling it. Hope that helps.

Don't forget that if the block doesn't come with any G1/4 plugs, you'll need at least 2 (maybe more if using certain blocks) to plug the unneeded G1/4" ports, since all blocks have at least 4.
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