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You would think Swiftech would have it up on the website ahead of time, all fancy like.
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on the h220 block(seated normally) is the left nozzle out and the right nozzle in? or does it not matter at all
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Originally Posted by John Freeman View Post

on the h220 block(seated normally) is the left nozzle out and the right nozzle in? or does it not matter at all

If you're looking straight down at it, with the logo on the bottom right corner, the inlet is on the left.
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I'm using an Azza Hurrican 2000 that supports 360mm cooling. I just pre-ordered the H220X since its rumored to have better performance than the H220 and close to the H320.

@66racer: Yeah, with this H220X, I'm not sure how the space in my casing would be but I think that plus a 360mm radiator would do well, no? I don't know exactly how I would lay it out.

Well, with a 240mm from the h220x and a 360mm I think would be perfect. I would suggest going into the gtx 780 club and asking the guys in there how much radiator they need for their sli setups. Keep in mind that swiftech has shown their unit to be able to work properly with that much radiator surface.

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official-nvidia-gtx-780-owners-club
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Originally Posted by Neo Zuko View Post

So is anyone getting the H220X?

I dont think I will. Im actually thinking of the apogee drive 2 but (edit for clarification) I want to see how the new stand alone pump running at 4500rpm does based from the h220 pump
Edited by 66racer - 3/7/14 at 9:14pm
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I was wondering is it possible to change the 3/8 barbs and add 1/2 ones. I plan to add the H220 to a full loop that uses 1/2 ID 3/4 OD tubing, other wise I would have to change the barbs to the custom loop to 3/8 5/8 which the H220 uses.
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post #9396 of 20767
the barbs are permanently attached to my knowledge. so the required ID is 3/8"


on a side note. changed over to compression fittings. the wait time of repriming the pump with water =X. at least my system didnt fail on me though.

side note number 2: just realized, the past few months, I was running all my fans on exhale ha ha.
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Does the H220X use the MCP50X as it's pump?
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Does the H220X use the MCP50X as it's pump?
It does indeed, the H220\Glacer can also mount an MCP50X IIRC..
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post #9399 of 20767
So basically I'll have Swiftech's new CPU block and new pump. Interesting.

Whats the best spot to order for the usa? I was going to order from the swiftech website store but the only pre order I saw was the NCIX one. I like sidewinders or swiftech direct for swiftech stuff usually.
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post #9400 of 20767
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Originally Posted by 66racer View Post

Well, with a 240mm from the h220x and a 360mm I think would be perfect. I would suggest going into the gtx 780 club and asking the guys in there how much radiator they need for their sli setups. Keep in mind that swiftech has shown their unit to be able to work properly with that much radiator surface.

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official-nvidia-gtx-780-owners-club
I dont think I will. Im actually thinking of the apogee drive 2 but I want to see how the new pump from the h220 at 4500rpm does biggrin.gif

Wait, what new pump? I just bought the h220 and it is 3000rpm max. Are they releasing a new version?
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