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post #6951 of 20767
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Originally Posted by delpy8 View Post

i know im jumping the GUN as my H320 has not been delivered yet, but how does the warranty situation stand for me as I bought this from the Netherlands and Im in Scotland? Does Swiftech pickup the waranty or is it with the etailer ?

Cheers

In your case the warranty would be serviced by our European distributor Bacata.net. We monitor the communications between our customers and Bacata, during this process to make sure that everything goes as smoothly as possible. I hope this answers your question.
post #6952 of 20767
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Originally Posted by M00NIE View Post

Im trying to get a H320 here in the UK but its sold out all the places i know, can i ask where you got yours from?

I ordered mine from HERE if they ship it to me im sure UK shouldnt be a problem ( its really cheap shipping aswell or you pay a few euro premium to get in in 1-2 days ), but if it turns out they dont ship to UK, you can also try HERE I dont speak either french or spanish but you can just translate the page with google translate under your right click in chrome atleast.
Also a person from the french amazon team called me to verify something, so its all good, if u havent used amazon before you can check out the co.uk site first to see how to order. Enjoy ur unit =)
post #6953 of 20767
So got my RMA in today and got it hooked up, and everything appears to be running smoothly. After the customary few seconds of water noises the pump is almost silent. Even at full blast the pump is quieter than the old unit running at 50% ever was, which is awesome. The only bad part was figuring out how the hell to pack the old unit up, should have paid attention to how it came out of the box.

Sadly I botched applying the TIM doh.gif Feeling a little under the weather and I wasn't being careful and just did a crappy job. I'll wait till I'm feeling better to take it off and remount it, my temperatures are about 5c warmer than before, getting up to 76c after running a burntest. Granted, I had P/P before and only push now, but from my previous tests that shouldn't effect it by more than 1-2 degrees.

Pretty happy with the whole process, still would recommend the h220/swfit to people on the edge of buying it. Every company is going to have defective products, and Swiftech has some of the best customer service out there when stuff does go wrong.
Edited by sikkly - 10/7/13 at 2:33pm
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Yep connected to splitter and 4pin to cpu fan header. If it means anything, im in AUS and bought it from PCCG. Back to stock for now, gonna have to buy thermal paste aswell. Grr

Connect it directly to the CPU Fan header on the board and change the CPU Smart Fan mode to PWM in the BIOS. Don't use the splitter and check the BIOS again
post #6955 of 20767
Would you guys think the H220 would manage GTX 780 @1.3v & 4770K@ 1.3v alone with decent temps, without adding any rads ?
post #6956 of 20767
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Originally Posted by M00NIE View Post

Im trying to get a H320 here in the UK but its sold out all the places i know, can i ask where you got yours from?

http://highflow.nl/watercooling-sets/cpu-sets/swiftech-h320-cpu-liquid-cooling-kit.html

Not a UK store but shipping shouldn't be too bad from NL.
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Would you guys think the H220 would manage GTX 780 @1.3v & 4770K@ 1.3v alone with decent temps, without adding any rads ?

Depending on your ambient temperature and your case airflow, I would say that it should handle both of those with fairly decent temps.
post #6958 of 20767
Thanks BramSLI1 for warranty info
I've received my h320 and it's very nice indeed and looks and feels solid. Is there anyway to test this before I install it in my pc? As I'm running an h100i at the moment
post #6959 of 20767
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Pretty happy with the whole process, still would recommend the h220/swfit to people on the edge of buying it. Every company is going to have defective products, and Swiftech has some of the best customer service out their when stuff does go wrong.

yep, and it's still the leading AIO/CLC cooler on the market in terms of performance, beating out even the Eisberg. thumb.gif
 
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Thanks BramSLI1 for warranty info
I've received my h320 and it's very nice indeed and looks and feels solid. Is there anyway to test this before I install it in my pc? As I'm running an h100i at the moment

Yes, you can follow the video that we did here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0fpum4J6C2k. About 10 minutes into the video it shows you how to jump start your power supply to test the pump outside of your case.
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