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You are mistaken. It's 120mm radiator and fans.
AIO = All In One; can be opened and added to and warranty is still valid.
CLC = Closed Loop System; Can't be opened without voiding warranty.
http://www.swiftech.com/h220.aspx

Here's a link to a good review of the Swiftech H220
http://martinsliquidlab.org/2013/01/27/swiftech-h220-prefilled-2x120mm-water-cooling-kit/

I see the first production run is sold out. Just googled it and find no problems or issues
The H220 looks very promising.I may as well get it.Still wondering..how the heck i'll be able to mount it in?! biggrin.gif I should of bought the Fractal Design R4,it was just just a bit more expensive but obviously it supports H220 - confirmed.I'll write a message to Swiftech asking them if it's possible because the expanding option is really amazing thing to have because watercooling my GPU would always be a good thing to do,once i upgrade it of course biggrin.gif I won't watercool a HD 6850 biggrin.gif
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I think that you have to ask any person from corsair here if they cover damage of hardware, also Swiftech, bcuz if there is a leak of liquid you will loose ur hardware
Edited by PontiacGTX - 3/21/13 at 11:09am
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I think that you have to ask any person from corsair here if the cover damage of hardware, and then Swiftech, bcuz if there is a leak of liquid you will loose ur hard
Please write complete readable statements. Your last post makes almost no sense.

What a company says vesus what they do and how they do it are often not the same.
I know people (and myself) who have dealt with
Corsair on warranty and RMA. They seem to have a very hard time even keeping track of a single RMA. They've replaced H100 with H80, repalced PSU with wrong PSU, claim 3-5day turnaround at their RMA facility but took 11 days on mine, always loosing things.

I know people who have dealt with Swiftech and have heard nothing but praise for them.
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I think that you have to ask any person from corsair here if the cover damage of hardware, and then Swiftech, bcuz if there is a leak of liquid you will loose ur hard
Are leaks possible with Closed loops? I guess i'll ask them once they answer me if their products are going to fit.What do you think - will i be able to install the Swiftech H220 in my case?
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Are leaks possible with Closed loops? I guess i'll ask them once they answer me if their products are going to fit.What do you think - will i be able to install the Swiftech H220 in my case?

doh.gif
Are they probable? No. But yes it is possible it can leak. rolleyes.gif
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doh.gif
Are they probable? No. But yes it is possible it can leak. rolleyes.gif
If at the end i won't be able to install the H220 internally,would i be able to do it externally?
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If at the end i won't be able to install the H220 internally,would i be able to do it externally?
Yes, but you would need to open it up to put the hoses through the holes in case. Than refill. Did you read the review I linked to above.

Because if you did and need to ask if it can be done you probably don't have the skills needed to do it. Not trying to be harsh but that's the way it is.
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Yes, but you would need to open it up to put the hoses through the holes in case. Than refill. Did you read the review I linked to above.

Because if you did and need to ask if it can be done you probably don't have the skills needed to do it. Not trying to be harsh but that's the way it is.
Yes indeed,if i get it,it would be my first water in the system.I have never worked with water cooling but i really want to get into.I'll wait a reply from Swiftech and if they say the H220 won't fit,i'll go with the Nocuta NH-D14 which is on promotion right now in bulgaria ,going for as low as 85$ which is an amazing price for Bulgaria.New case is out of the question,i bought this one 1 and a 1/2 month ago.I really hate myself for not getting the Fractal Design R4 now,it was going to be a perfect fit in the case.
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R4 is a very nice case. I'm using the old R2.wink.gif There are a few other coolers to conside as well as NH-D14. The Alpenfohn K2 and Phanteks TC14PE to name a couple. If you could find one at a better price than NH-D14 they perform the same. And if you could find Thermalright TY-143 fans on special you would have a very good cooler. biggrin.gif
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i am using the noctura nh- d 14 cooler for my 1100t oc to 4.0 ghz idle temps with fan on low getting ambient core temps. 19c or 66f at full load with fan on low getting core temps at 47c or 116f
with fans on high idle core temps 18c or 64f at full load core temps 35c or 95f.
pic of fans on high at full load using cpuz and hw monitor and prime 95
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