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I dont need a replace fan thanks for the response. Its loose from the block and it still has a lot of liquid in so I think I can still use the cooler or am I wrong? If I really need an RMA just tell me, but I would like to avoid it if possible... I just want it tight for tonight and I can add more liquid later thumb.gif

I know its nice to have it, but I would throw a stock cooler on your CPU if the liquid didn't leak on your components and let Bryan assist you for peace of mind that you have a solid cooling product on your expensive hardware. None of what you mention is normal besides some light bent fins, if the fan was partially broken, I would say it sounds like an issue with shipping and something broke, because you are the first case I have read about where someone had a leak with this unit.

Granted I am not a swiftech employee but I have been a bit of a fan of this unit since I learned about it.
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Not sure if I would RMA the whole unit, but I'd definitely run it outside the system before installing. You can buy distilled water at any drugstore.
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I dont need a replace fan thanks for the response. Its loose from the block and it still has a lot of liquid in so I think I can still use the cooler or am I wrong? If I really need an RMA just tell me, but I would like to avoid it if possible... I just want it tight for tonight and I can add more liquid later thumb.gif

If it's leaking from the block my advice to you would be to take off the removable face plate with our logo on it and try to tighten the screws that hold down the pump. It does sound like something happened during shipping. This is the first instance where we've heard of these units leaking upon first installation. Once you tighten it down then try testing it by running it outside of your case. If you're satisfied that it doesn't leak after several hours of testing then it should be alright to install in your case. If it leaks during this testing phase then something has been damaged during shipping and we'll be able to take care of it from there. My thinking though is that if this is leaking upon your initial installation then there is a good chance that the block has been damaged. Keep me posted.
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Im not going to rma the fan was just slightly broken and only a few of those pins where bent, although I did bend one or two more myself by accident ^^. I just want to get it tight, but dont know how :S. I will get distilled water tomorrow, are there differences and how can I changethe liquid. I emptied the whole thing now. Sorry that im so horrible with water cooling, but im very inexperienced with it...

EDIT: I will do as you said and keep all of you up to date after I get the liquid tomorrow
Edited by AlDyer - 3/27/13 at 12:39pm
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Also another thing is that the reason why it leaked is that the hose just came out of the block, which I forgot to mention. (Crucial information and i forget) -.-
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Yea, was trying that last night, but had my pump turned off while doing it. I'll give it a try today with the pump on, hopefully that works.

I'm all paranoid now. I just drained my loop and disconnected the pump. Gonna try running the pump with the stock radiator and see if the sound is still there. Hopefully it's not damaged.
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Also another thing is that the reason why it leaked is that the hose just came out of the block, which I forgot to mention. (Crucial information and i forget) -.-

Which hose came out of the block? Are you talking about the tubing itself that came off of the swivel barb fitting, or did the barb fitting come out of the block? If the hose just came off of the barb you should be able to use the clamp and screw to tighten it back down once you get it put back in place. If the barb actually came out of the block I'm not sure there is anything that you'll be able to do and we may need to RMA it for you. Let me know what actually came apart.
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It was the whole thing that came out of the block. So that means RMA, right? I don't want to send this abroad or anything so that is a problem... Cant I glue it or what can I do?
Edited by AlDyer - 3/27/13 at 1:53pm
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Hello to all !

First, sorry for my english...

I've received my H220 yesterday, mounted it in my old (but beloved) HAF 932 with 2 Noctua NF-P12 PWM in push/pull config.
H220 Pump and stock fans are currently hooked to the splitter (on CPU_Fan header), while the Noctuas are on another PWM mobo header.

Here's a picture of it (sorry for the quality and the mess.. currently in testing phase, will do cleaning and cables management when sure all is working as intended...)



I had to flip orientation of the pump because it was in contact with the left heat spreader and first ram stick of the P8Z77V-LK :


My first watercooling ! I was on air before (Noctua NH-U12P). My rig was running at 4.4 Ghz, 1.200V, with temps averaging 80°C.

With H220, testing 4.5Ghz at 1.220V, without side case door :


So I'm just beginning to test that kit but impressed with results so far with the H220.

Any advices appreciated ! smile.gif
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I hear it's not such a good idea to have different fans in push/pull because they can fight each other with different speeds and patterns. I'd mount both noctuas on one side and both helix fans on the other. But this is just from reading what others have said -- not personal experience.
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