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post #9711 of 20767
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Originally Posted by BramSLI1 View Post

The pump is built into the water block on our H220 kit. The new H220X kit though will have a separate CPU water block and the pump is located on the radiator. Why do you want to remove the water block that already comes with your 780 Ti classified though?
Sorry for the confusion. I don't have a water block for the card. Let me rephrase, I want an A/0 water cooler for my gpu, but obviously don't want to spend the money for a custom loop. What I would like to know is if I can simply use a Swiftech watercooler for the card? If so, which one?
post #9712 of 20767
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Sorry for the confusion. I don't have a water block for the card. Let me rephrase, I want an A/0 water cooler for my gpu, but obviously don't want to spend the money for a custom loop. What I would like to know is if I can simply use a Swiftech watercooler for the card? If so, which one?

Unfortunately all of our kits come with a CPU water block. You can discard it though if you don't want to use it. The only kits you really can't do that with are our Elite kits and the H220 and H320 kits. I hope this answers your question.
post #9713 of 20767
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Unfortunately all of our kits come with a CPU water block. You can discard it though if you don't want to use it. The only kits you really can't do that with are our Elite kits and the H220 and H320 kits. I hope this answers your question.

So I can remove the CPU waterblock and put attach a waterblock for the card and be good to go? And for clarification I would have to buy the H220X to do this. Sorry if the questions are kind of stupid. I'm new to watercooling.
post #9714 of 20767
The H220X will suffice, or you could use any of our higher end water cooling kits like our Edge kits, or our Ultima HD kits. You will need to purchase the GPU water block separately though.
post #9715 of 20767
Hey all! Was just browsing through the pictures you all posted of your rigs sporting your H220's and noticed that not many have their blocks mounted the same way as I chose to mount mine. So i thought thought I would share mine with you all as well! I did see a few mounted similarly, and read that this orientation won't have any negative effects on the pump. Everything went in fairly easily and is running very smoothly. Great temps and very quiet. All in all I'm very pleased with my H220 and I can't see myself ever going back to air cooling. Parts should be here soon so I can include my crosschill cooler as well! Anyway, let me know what you all think! Always enjoy getting advice/opinions from other fellow enthusiasts!






Edit: sorry for all the edits >~< my phone decided to make this post rather difficult
Edited by BlueLights - 4/4/14 at 3:47pm
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Hey all! Was just browsing through the pictures you all posted of your rigs sporting your H220's and noticed that not many have their blocks mounted the same way as I chose to mount mine. So i thought thought I would share mine with you all as well! I did see a few mounted similarly, and read that this orientation won't have any negative effects on the pump. Everything went in fairly easily and is running very smoothly. Great temps and very quiet. All in all I'm very pleased with my H220 and I can't see myself ever going back to air cooling. Parts should be here soon so I can include my crosschill cooler as well! Anyway, let me know what you all think! Always enjoy getting advice/opinions from other fellow enthusiasts!






Edit: sorry for all the edits >~< my phone decided to make this post rather difficult

Remounted the block several times and now it's in the same position as yours,with the inlet on the bottom. In my mind it helps with the bleeding of the loop
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Please add to club image_id_1146069.jpg 379k .jpg file
Edited by rkinslo - 4/5/14 at 11:09am
post #9718 of 20767
So I'm not going over 972 pages this question ha-ha Does the Glacer 240L has the power to run a full loop for the cpu, gpu and two rads? More specifically, a 360 rad for cpu and a 240 rad for the gpu.
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So I'm not going over 972 pages this question ha-ha Does the Glacer 240L has the power to run a full loop for the cpu, gpu and two rads? More specifically, a 360 rad for cpu and a 240 rad for the gpu.

To put it simply, yes. If you need any help on figuring out how to do this here is a link that shows how to add a graphics card http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0fpum4J6C2k. It's not too much more difficult to also include another radiator.
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Please add to club image_id_1146069.jpg 379k .jpg file

Have always wondered about dust and open test benches. Do you have to preriodically use compressed air or a datavac to remove the dust?
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