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You need 3/8 by 5/8 tubing.

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Is there a difference between the H220 and H320 pump (power/revisions/etc)? I'm planning on buying one and i need more information about the products. Thanks. thumb.gif
    
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Is there a difference between the H220 and H320 pump (power/revisions/etc)? I'm planning on buying one and i need more information about the products. Thanks. thumb.gif

pumps are the same. Some earlier H220s had the original design impeller, but all of the H220s built in the last few months and all H320s have the new revision impeller.
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post #7054 of 20786
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pumps are the same. Some earlier H220s had the original design impeller, but all of the H220s built in the last few months and all H320s have the new revision impeller.

I can confirm that this is correct. +1 Phelan, thanks for your input.
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Just received my new h220 from the Swiftech RMA and I am happy to say its running extremely quite and actually 1-2c better temps then my last one smile.gif Not sure if this is my application of TIM this time or what but I am very pleased! FINALLY a quite system! Big thanks to the guys at Swiftech for excellent support and communication.

I sure do love the winter time.. 3930k at 4.6 1.32v the other day saw 22c at idle and under load I max out at 70c usually around 65c
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I can confirm that this is correct. +1 Phelan, thanks for your input.

Any time biggrin.gif. BTW I'm sending a PM your way in a few.
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post #7057 of 20786
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Just received my new h220 from the Swiftech RMA and I am happy to say its running extremely quite and actually 1-2c better temps then my last one smile.gif Not sure if this is my application of TIM this time or what but I am very pleased! FINALLY a quite system! Big thanks to the guys at Swiftech for excellent support and communication.

I sure do love the winter time.. 3930k at 4.6 1.32v the other day saw 22c at idle and under load I max out at 70c usually around 65c

Glad to hear it. I love the winter time too. I'm finally back to folding again. I don't run it 24/7, but I do like to fold on the weekends. Let me know if I can be of any further assistance.
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Testing my new H320 out of the case right now off an old PSU (Antec EarthWatts 500W) using a paperclip.

Quiet as a mouse compared to the noise coming out of my old PC. Surely this can't be top speed though? It's powered via SATA to the splitter. If this is top speed for both the pump and fans, colour me impressed. smile.gif

Edit: Oh also in the manual it says only use the TIM provided. I was going to use some IC Diamond, what would you guys do?
Edited by crabula - 10/14/13 at 11:37pm
    
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IC Diamond is fine, and one of my favs, but the Swiftech TIM is really good too, and a lot easier to apply. Either way you're good IMO.
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post #7060 of 20786
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Swiftech TIM is really good too, and a lot easier to apply.

In the manual it shows an application example where it uses what looks like a lot of TIM in a verticle line... should I do that or just use the normal pea size amount in the middle?
    
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