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My RMA kit got here. The rad on that one is flawless as well.

One thing Ive now noticed with the Helix fans, is that when they are in a vertical position, they rub. When horizontal or flat, they are ok, but when standing up or at any other angle, you can hear something grinding. Ive noticed this on both of the ones with my original kit, and again on both from the RMA kit. Though, one from the RMA kit isnt as bad.


Anyway, about to test my old one to the RMA one to see if there is any variance between samples, or if my pump may have hindered my last results. Then Im going to expand on it.
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post #812 of 20728
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Originally Posted by CTM Audi View Post

My RMA kit got here. The rad on that one is flawless as well.

One thing Ive now noticed with the Helix fans, is that when they are in a vertical position, they rub. When horizontal or flat, they are ok, but when standing up or at any other angle, you can hear something grinding. Ive noticed this on both of the ones with my original kit, and again on both from the RMA kit. Though, one from the RMA kit isnt as bad.


Anyway, about to test my old one to the RMA one to see if there is any variance between samples, or if my pump may have hindered my last results. Then Im going to expand on it.

Awaiting your results. Thanks.
 
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It would be pretty empty, I'm going to just troll here biggrin.gif

I'd be there biggrin.gif. I just bought back my previous Apogee Drive II, so now I have both.
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Another question: Is there warranty coverage in Europe?

There is warranty coverage in Europe through our master distributor there, Bacata.
post #815 of 20728
I cant tell a difference between the old one and the RMA one. I did notice the pump is much quieter when not attached to the motherboard. I tested the new one first laying outside the case, and it was quiet up to 3k RPM, while the old one was attached, and making more noise at 1500RPM. Swapped them, and its the same thing. The one attached makes a bit of a high pitch rattle tone that is noticeable with the side panel off, while with the one not attached you can only hear it with it to your ear.


When tightening the screws, I do two rotations of top right, two for bottom left, two for top left, two for bottom right until all are tight and no longer screw in. TIM spread is pretty much perfect every time.



EDIT: There is no cooling difference between them. Going to get started on draining and expanding.
Edited by CTM Audi - 3/22/13 at 7:24pm
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You'll probably be able to install it without a problem.I think i found sort of a fix for installing it in my case too.Look:

Just to not use the holes intended for it but some of the holes in the grill.I won't be able to screw all the screws but i think it'll be enough.What do you think?
hi. Can you show me the insides please?
post #817 of 20728
When will these be available at newegg?

Any word on a 140/280mm model?
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When will these be available at newegg?

Any word on a 140/280mm model?

Newegg will have them around the first of the month. The other models will follow after the release of the H320.
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We have the same issue. I have the haf xm instead.

While I don't have an H220 yet, but I've done some measuring in my HAF XM, it looks like the only way to do it is to place the Rad inside with the reservoir pointed down, with the fans on top where the stock 200mm fan is located. Due to the way the top of the case is framed I don't see a way you mount the rad with the reservoir facing up, but it will absolutely fit.
post #820 of 20728
Are there still any possible plans for a 120 unit or a pump alone in the future(would make my job moding this very air centric case and not water cooling friendly case of mines a bit easier)


on an unrelated subject: Grats on the profits and good luck with the new factory when its up
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