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Good to hear, but vibration of the radiator against the case. For your CES builds, did you use any rubber washers to reduce vibration?
Not at all.
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Originally Posted by SlvrDragon50 View Post

Hmm. Not much more expensive than the current 240L.

Is the 240L going to be phased out or will we see a price drop in that? Not sure if you can answer this question since it's under CM.

Thanks!

Yes this would be a question for CM
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Thank you for the info on the MCP50X!

Any word on pricing and availability?
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Thank you for the info on the MCP50X!

Any word on pricing and availability?
only the pricing for the H220X has been defined (149.99) - and we're shooting for end of march, early april.
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Wow I love the new H220X! The block looks beautiful and I love how it's pretty much like a regular CPU block you'd find in a custom loop. One problem I have with the current H220 is installation can be tricky since the tubes on the block/pump extend outwards a bit, causing some clearance issues with some motherboard heatsinks and even a ram slot. It's great that that wont be an issue at all with the H220X!

Any word on performance differences between this and the old H220?
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Can I convert my h220 to a standalone pump down the road since its the same motor? Also are those new fittings able to work on the current h220?

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Can I convert my h220 to a standalone pump down the road since its the same motor? Also are those new fittings able to work on the current h220?

Really cool guys

No, the original H220 pump was never meant to be converted into a stand alone and the fittings for the original H220 are not removable or replaceable.
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only the pricing for the H220X has been defined (149.99) - and we're shooting for end of march, early april.

Looks like the facebook post mentions *substantially* lower price and availability starting in March.

Sounds good to me! Only thing I would worry about with a smaller package and more performance is more noise/heat.

As you know, in low-restriction setups, the MCP35 series has been known to get very hot - any comments on the heat/noise compared to the MCP35X pump?
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Looks like the facebook post mentions *substantially* lower price and availability starting in March.

Sounds good to me! Only thing I would worry about with a smaller package and more performance is more noise/heat.

As you know, in low-restriction setups, the MCP35 series has been known to get very hot - any comments on the heat/noise compared to the MCP35X pump?

From my experience with it the MCP50X put out virtually no heat and was nearly silent in the H220X.
post #8549 of 20731
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No, the original H220 pump was never meant to be converted into a stand alone and the fittings for the original H220 are not removable or replaceable.

True.

The housing that's on the MCP50X is 100% compatible with the pump that came with H220. If we (or third parties) decide to sell after market tops for the MCP50X, then you could install these tops on the H220 pump.
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Originally Posted by Phishy714 View Post

Looks like the facebook post mentions *substantially* lower price and availability starting in March.

Sounds good to me! Only thing I would worry about with a smaller package and more performance is more noise/heat.

As you know, in low-restriction setups, the MCP35 series has been known to get very hot - any comments on the heat/noise compared to the MCP35X pump?

That post refers to pricing and availability of the MCP50X smile.gif
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