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post #8711 of 20809
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Well Everyone I have finally given up with this water cooler, as I am now On my second unit and yet again I have got problems I feel like as an AIO that is not meant to be touched for at least three years I have not gone past 5 months yet without getting a problem On my first unit I tried to sort out the air bubbles problem and It never went And I am not bothering to try again for the simple factor of its an AIO I should not have to be messing around with it so many times.
I have contacted Bryan about this issue and I am waiting for a reply I have also contacted The place I brought it from as I now want a full refund on this product as its give me nothing but problems.

I love the idea that Swiftech had going with this one but it really does not work that well I have never had so many problems in less than a year with my computer I hate to say this but Corsair can take my money now as at least They last the three years like they are meant to even if they are not as good in out right cooling I hope that everyone else has fun dealing with air bubble problems and pump noise But I sure don't.
I really hope that the new cooler pump thing that they showed off at CES this year is better as the Swiftech H220 in my eyes is a fail way to many problems and not been sorted out.
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I hear ya, I have never had a CPU get too hot until trying liquid coolers. Lesson learned, they are just not for me. It isnt just a Swiftech one I had issues with.
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post #8712 of 20809
Cha, sad to hear.
post #8713 of 20809
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I hear ya, I have never had a CPU get too hot until trying liquid coolers. Lesson learned, they are just not for me. It isnt just a Swiftech one I had issues with.


First?

That's nuts.

I'm not saying you can't keep a CPU perfectly happy and cool with air, but getting nothing but heating issues with AIOs, DIY AIOs, and custom?
The problem's YOU, my friend, in it's entirety.

Second:

If you don't like the way the 220 is treating you, grab the 240L (CM version), or even wait out the new 220X!

There's nothing to say you HAVE to run that one unit, and I have a 240L block, Swiftech Micro Res, Acool radiator and Corsair fans in a "ratboy" style setup, and it's flawless, so it's really each to his own experience, I guess.




Thanks - T
post #8714 of 20809
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First?

That's nuts.

I'm not saying you can't keep a CPU perfectly happy and cool with air, but getting nothing but heating issues with AIOs, DIY AIOs, and custom?
The problem's YOU, my friend, in it's entirety.

Second:

If you don't like the way the 220 is treating you, grab the 240L (CM version), or even wait out the new 220X!

There's nothing to say you HAVE to run that one unit, and I have a 240L block, Swiftech Micro Res, Acool radiator and Corsair fans in a "ratboy" style setup, and it's flawless, so it's really each to his own experience, I guess.




Thanks - T

I really see no point in buying the 240L as its nothing but the same as the h220 but diff fans and pump cover I will not be wasting my time with that Thanks. and the 220x just takes up way to much space I can only just get the h220 in my phantom 410 as it only fits one way
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post #8715 of 20809
Just snagged a second H220 on sale with free shipping =D

Gotta love NCIX sometimes.

but, but I can't vote again in the poll! boo
    
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First?

That's nuts.

I'm not saying you can't keep a CPU perfectly happy and cool with air, but getting nothing but heating issues with AIOs, DIY AIOs, and custom?
The problem's YOU, my friend, in it's entirety.

Second:

If you don't like the way the 220 is treating you, grab the 240L (CM version), or even wait out the new 220X!

There's nothing to say you HAVE to run that one unit, and I have a 240L block, Swiftech Micro Res, Acool radiator and Corsair fans in a "ratboy" style setup, and it's flawless, so it's really each to his own experience, I guess.




Thanks - T

How is the problem me? 2 pumps died on 2 units from different companies, yeah that's MY fault.
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post #8717 of 20809
What's the 220 X.
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All I know is my h220 is running great! biggrin.gif If it fails at least swiftech is local biggrin.gif
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post #8719 of 20809
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What's the 220 X.

It's the new version of the H220 that we showcased at CES last week. It will be available end of March or early April.
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post #8720 of 20809
Well i added i a 120mm rad into my loop.

Im pretty sure im doing the most ghetto but working job of removing all air bubbles. I fix each piece of the loop, 1 240 Glacier Rad, 1 120 swiftech, 1 i7 4770k with pump, 1 ekwb 290x water block.

Running great so far... about 53* gpu / 46* Cpu when running 100% mining. I think 1 more 120 would be enough to get 2x 290x and the cpu in the low 60s which for me is plenty cool compared to what they were running before.

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