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post #8521 of 20728
Thanks for the clarification Bram.
post #8522 of 20728
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Originally Posted by BramSLI1 View Post

The pump on the H220X is built into the radiator. You will be able to purchase these pumps separately though. As far as trade in's go, I don't see that being possible at this time. The case we tested this kit on was the Cooler Master Cosmos II SE. It fit in the top of the case with enough room to still use the top 5.25 drive bay.

Any changes in the titan blocks besides the looks? I mean any change in the mill job of the block itself? I wish you guys already have the specs up in the web page, dying to see the hard data on pump, block and so on.

Cheers Bryan
Edited by Gabrielzm - 1/8/14 at 12:23pm
post #8523 of 20728
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No, you can put them in a push configuration as well. You just can't use a push/pull configuration because the pump and barbs on the pump will interfere with fan placement. Push/pull doesn't make much of a difference on these kits anyway.

push/pull is only possible with one of the two fan slots - it's not possible on the pump side.

Technical note often discarded in push/pull related discussions: Push/pull typically increases the airflow pressure by a little bit and add 3 dB/A in the process (assuming one uses the same fan for push and pull). That, will be equivalent to using a fan with slightly higher RPM (100-150 rpm typically) which will give about the same air flow pressure and the same +3dB/A.

In any case, a new fan needs to be purchased.

So technically, there is no real advantage of doing push pull. In many cases, there are space constraints that can and will prevent from doing push/pull. And if someone who has the space for push/pull really wants the head pressure, then a 38mm fan is definitely the way to go ^_^
post #8524 of 20728
Can you give us some specs on the pump. Interested in its rpm and flow rate. is it similar to the mcp35x?
And can you give us a detail on its release date and pricing for the whole unit? Very much appreciated. Thanks.biggrin.gif
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Do you think the h220x kit (cpu / pump / radiator) has a chance of cooling 2 addition 290x water blocks?
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Do you think the h220x kit (cpu / pump / radiator) has a chance of cooling 2 addition 290x water blocks?

Without expanding that's is pushing too hard. You only got a 240mm so far as I can tell and that is not enough for 3 blocks (cpu + 2 gpus).
post #8527 of 20728
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Can you give us some specs on the pump. Interested in its rpm and flow rate. is it similar to the mcp35x?
And can you give us a detail on its release date and pricing for the whole unit? Very much appreciated. Thanks.biggrin.gif

It's very similar to the 35X in terms of RPM and flow rate. Stephen would be better equipped to give specific data though.
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Do you think the h220x kit (cpu / pump / radiator) has a chance of cooling 2 addition 290x water blocks?

There is a forum member on our forum that tried to do exactly that with just an H220. His temperatures were very close to what they were on air cooling and it also dumped heat on the CPU as well. With one of the cards disabled though his temperatures were considerably lower. Of course it also didn't sound like a 747 taking off either. Those cards are incredibly noisy with the stock air coolers.
Edited by BramSLI1 - 1/8/14 at 12:38pm
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Without expanding that's is pushing too hard. You only got a 240mm so far as I can tell and that is not enough for 3 blocks (cpu + 2 gpus).

Yea kinda glad to hear that, cause if not i would be super upset i bought a h220 haha....

Im starting off with cpu + 1 gpu on the h220 (cooler master version) + 120rad and hoping to get the temps a good bit below 90* at load....
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post #8530 of 20728
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Can you give us some specs on the pump. Interested in its rpm and flow rate. is it similar to the mcp35x?
And can you give us a detail on its release date and pricing for the whole unit? Very much appreciated. Thanks.biggrin.gif

4,500 RPM with PWM control
~ 5 mH2O head pressure (vs 4.2 for the 35X)
Max discharge of ~ 15 Lpm (vs 18 for the 35X)
We'll published the PQ curves (complete specs) when we get back, but from 0 to 2 GPM the MCP50X has more pressure. The 2 curves intersect around 2GPM. The only case the 35X will give better performance would be in the case of an extremely high flow loop (>2 GPM) and still there the difference wouldn't be much.

we built and brought a pump test bench (gabe just published that picture on facebook) we are comparing flow and pressure of these 2 pumps.

Stephen
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