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Originally Posted by BramSLI1 View Post

That's correct. You'll encounter much the same issue as if you had the radiator mounted with the fill-port cap facing down.

Thanks for the quick reply. I guess if I want to stick to a hassle free AIO, I'll have to switch cases.
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post #7002 of 20720
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You'll need to add a couple of 3/8 by 5/8 fittings for the radiator, and you'll need extra tubing and coolant.

Hey, thanks for the help ages ago, I finally expanded the loop a while back I will post pics tomorrow if I remember, but cheers again..
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And when you do have issues, you will be taken care of as a valued customer, swiftechs customer service is awesome.
post #7004 of 20720
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Originally Posted by ez12a View Post

Sounds like its not properly mounted on the CPU. Did you make sure that none of the motherboard heatsinks get in the way? Can you take a picture

It's not touching anything. I took off the screws and tested it by putting the bottom of the block on the CPU without actually mounting it, and it makes the same sound.
Here are some pictures: http://imgur.com/a/b8kfF
post #7005 of 20720
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Originally Posted by abbb View Post

It's not touching anything. I took off the screws and tested it by putting the bottom of the block on the CPU without actually mounting it, and it makes the same sound.
Here are some pictures: http://imgur.com/a/b8kfF

From looking at the picture that you posted it looks like the elbow fitting coming out of the top might be making contact with the top heat sink on your motherboard. Can you confirm that there is no contact being made there that would account for the noise that you're hearing?
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Originally Posted by BramSLI1 View Post

From looking at the picture that you posted it looks like the elbow fitting coming out of the top might be making contact with the top heat sink on your motherboard. Can you confirm that there is no contact being made there that would account for the noise that you're hearing?

There is no contact. The only contact is between the surface of the waterblock and the CPU, and the mounting screws. I did some testing by giving the pump power and pressing it to the CPU. When it's not touching the CPU, I can barely hear it at 100%, but right when I placed it on the CPU, it got alot louder. Tightening the screws doesn't do anything to reduce the noise.
post #7007 of 20720
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There is no contact. The only contact is between the surface of the waterblock and the CPU, and the mounting screws. I did some testing by giving the pump power and pressing it to the CPU. When it's not touching the CPU, I can barely hear it at 100%, but right when I placed it on the CPU, it got alot louder. Tightening the screws doesn't do anything to reduce the noise.

Is there a lot of vibration coming from the pump?
post #7008 of 20720
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Is there a lot of vibration coming from the pump?
If you're talking about the vibrations themselves, When I touch the pump, it feels like it's making the same amount of vibrations as my old HDD does. If you're talking about the noise from the vibrations, the sound sounds like it's coming from the pump.
post #7009 of 20720
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Originally Posted by crabula View Post

My H320 arrived, but the NZXT case got lost in shipping lol.

Guess I'll try running it jump started from an old PSU tomorrow to test it out. Is it safe to use a paperclip that doesn't have a plastic covering (I'm guessing touching it while the PSU is on would be a bad idea)?

Just to be sure, I have to use distilled water to top it up and not a coolant that is different from the stock one? (I picked up some PrimoChill stuff with it without thinking...)
yes you can use a paperclip with no issues about touching it while it is on. it is very very low voltage, extremely tiny amps and DC ( ac is more dangerous, however all voltage can be dangerous )

do it at your own risk and make sure you know what you are doing, if colored wires green wire ( only 1 in the 24 pin ) to black ( any work they are all ground )

if all wires are black i can get you a wiring diagram

yes i would recommend using same coolant or distilled. not using differing coolant, with that said it probably wouldnt hurt to mix coolants...... but is it really worth the risk with distilled being ~$1 at walmart or w.e. store you use...
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I'm a newbie so be gentle with my question.
Can I add a 2nd radiator to the pump?

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Originally Posted by outofmyheadyo View Post

You can actually add a few rads and a few blocks the pump should be a beastly little thing on this unit =)
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Are the pump problems really common?

Would you guys recommend this aio kit to anyone?
everyone i meet that wants an aio i recommend this to
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As someone who just got done going through an RMA, I would heartily recommend this AIO over every AIO on the market. Every mechanical part is going to have failure. Go into the Corsair threads and look at how many issues people report on. Because watercooling is generally enthusiast only, quite a large part of the people who have issues will probably come to this thread and post their issues, making it seem like a lot of problems.

In all reality though, the majority of people are using this kit with no issues.

3% rma rate from gabe ( CEO of swiftech )
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And when you do have issues, you will be taken care of as a valued customer, swiftechs customer service is awesome.
best in class.... i would argue best company every for customer service....

in other news bought a h220 for my htpc !~ all my rigs are swiftech cooled now !~
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post #7010 of 20720
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If you're talking about the vibrations themselves, When I touch the pump, it feels like it's making the same amount of vibrations as my old HDD does. If you're talking about the noise from the vibrations, the sound sounds like it's coming from the pump.

In that case please PM me so that I can help you resolve this issue.
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