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post #7161 of 20720
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Originally Posted by delpy8 View Post

Me again
Sorry one more question smile.gif will the below fittings be ok for the h320 as I'm wanting to add red tubing

http://www.specialtech.co.uk/spshop/customer/Bitspower-14-Thread-Compression-Fitting-for-38-ID---58-OD-Tubing-Deep-Blood-Red--BP-DBRCPF-CC3-pid-17174.html

its the right size dimensions(3/8" by 5/8" or 10mm/16mm iirc), but just for forewarning, you cannot change the fittings on the actual pump/block itself, but you can change it on the radiator. Also note that there are rare occasions where 3/8" 5/8" tubing didn't fit well with its correct compression size, but that's a rare phenomena


edit: i could have sworn the fitting on the radiator was changable, i would have to double check now
Edited by Dudewitbow - 10/20/13 at 10:11am
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post #7162 of 20720
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its the right size dimensions(3/8" by 5/8" or 10mm/16mm iirc), but just for forewarning, you cannot change the fittings on the actual pump/block itself, but you can change it on the radiator. Also note that there are rare occasions where 3/8" 5/8" tubing didn't fit well with its correct compression size, but that's a rare phenomena

Thanks for that. I'm only wanting to add to radiator so that's good news
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I'm only wanting to add to radiator

We're sorry, but if youcells are trying to change the fittings to H320 radiator, youcells must be a magician.

The radiator fittings are as solid, or even more solid than in the pump. The pump fittings can be unscrwed, though there are no substitutes for them, but the fittings in the H320 radiator can't, as well as the H220 radiator fittings can't, they are solid structured swivel fittings.

The Swiftech H320 Elite kit comes with another type of radiator, where youcells can change the fittings as you like, but not in the plain H320 kit as it's the big brother of the H220.
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We're sorry, but if youcells are trying to change the fittings to H320 radiator, youcells must be a magician.

The radiator fittings are as solid, or even more solid than in the pump. The pump fittings can be unscrwed, though there are no substitutes for them, but the fittings in the H320 radiator can't, as well as the H220 radiator fittings can't, they are solid structured swivel fittings.

OK the for for the confirmation saved me a lot of trouble smile.gif

The Swiftech H320 Elite kit comes with another type of radiator, where youcells can change the fittings as you like, but not in the plain H320 kit as it's the big brother of the H220.
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Edited by outofmyheadyo - 10/20/13 at 4:01pm
post #7166 of 20720
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Greetings
I am new to high performance computing. I have just had a machine built with an H320. Maximus Hero motherboard. The motherboard has CPU, CPU_OPT, Chassis 1, Chassis 2, and Chassis 3 fan headers. All headers are PMW I believe. I want to change my fan setup and this is what I plan to do. Comments, criticism, guidance is most appreciated. I realize this is H220/320 owners club. Therefore please feel free to ignore fan comments:

h320 pump - CPU header
h320 fans - attach to 8 way header. attach header to CPU_OPT
noctua nf-a14 top (intake) chassis 1
noctua nf-a14 top (intake) chassis 2
noctua nf - a15 (exhaust) chassis 3

I will setup bios to have motherboard control fan/pump rpms. i do not plan to use fanxpert.

Chassis is a Corsair air 540. H320 is at front set as intake.

The major investment and interest is in the h320. I want to ensure the setup is correct. I must admit I don't understand the CPU_OPT header on the board. Does it operate independently from the CPU header?

Thanks again for reading this...and for any help.

Nope, it does not act independently. It's primarily used for dual fan tower coolers that don't come with splitters but it's vert handy for this as well as the pump wire is way too short to reach my 8 way splitter which due to thickness i had to put on the backside of the 5,25" bays.
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Is there a way to make sure if the pump is the new or the old version on the H220 ?
Even on 1150rpm wich seems to be the minimum speed i can set it on my H220 makes this annoying sound wich drives me insane, having great fans and other components seems to be pointless if the pump is SO noisy


Perhaps it has something to do with the way my radiator is positioned ? The fillport cap is facing down and thats due to the fact that the Gentle Typhoon AP-15 fans dont like to rotate if they are between the top of my case and te rad since theres noroom for them to spin up.
Also the pump is connected to the MB CPU FAN header.
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Is there a way to make sure if the pump is the new or the old version on the H220 ?
Even on 1150rpm wich seems to be the minimum speed i can set it on my H220 makes this annoying sound wich drives me insane, having great fans and other components seems to be pointless if the pump is SO noisy Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Perhaps it has something to do with the way my radiator is positioned ? The fillport cap is facing down and thats due to the fact that the Gentle Typhoon AP-15 fans dont like to rotate if they are between the top of my case and te rad since theres noroom for them to spin up.
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More than likely the rad. mount is your issue. If you develop an air bubble then the fillport will act as an airtrap for the bubble to escape...if the fillport is facing up. I would think your fans should be able to work the other way as they are the legendary gts. Can you run push/pull? Another option would be to add a small res. to act as the new airtrap, with added cost of the res., tube, fittings, etc.
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post #7169 of 20720
I am planning to h220 soon. smile.gif

If I want to add gpu to the loop later, would adding 120/140mm radiator to the loop improve temps nicely or should sticking with just the h220 rad be enough?
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You will see an improvement with the additional radiator, it might be slight though. There are many variables but it mostly boils down to how much heat you are putting in the loop with your overclocks. You can use the H220 radiator only, and it will be sufficient for light overclocks, but your temperatures will of course be higher, than if you added more radiator space.
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