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Swiftech H220 pump/block + MCR320QP rad testing? [H320 Simulation]

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So, the H320 isn't out yet, but I was thinking about doing a little H320 simulation test to compare with the H220 results. I have my H220 apart from doing pump testing and I still have a few triple rads I saved from my triple rad testing. I have both a QP series and XP series triple rad on hand a long with a few others so I could do some radiator expansion type testing.

I was thinking of testing the H220 pump/block

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MCR320QP

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MCres

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It won't be exactly like an H320 since the rad is likely a bit thinner and more restrictive like the H220 rad is, but it would be the closest thing I could think of.

If there is enough interest I'll try it, but I wanted to ask first.

Anyone want to see this?


OR

I could try H220pump/block + H220rad + MCR120QP?

OR

I could try H220pump/block + H220rad + MCR320 ?

What would be most useful???

At first I was thinking the MCR320 scenario, but actually leaning toward the H220 rad plus mcr120 add on. That's something many could fit in the case and may want to know what gains there are.


I also have more fan testing coming soon thanks to a couple of generous forum members (cpachris & Prymus) sponsoring some new fan samples in the pursuit of the ultimate fans..smile.gif

Cougars, Noiseblocker eloop, SP120, GT AP-45, and a few others will be on the flow bench soon...biggrin.gif
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I would enjoy seeing it. The H220 is a great kit to me and seeing different configurations would be useful data biggrin.gif
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Alright.

I will probably start with just the added 120 rad + h220 rad and then try the 320qp rad by itself after.
    
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I would definitely be interested, as I have been contemplating getting the H220 and adding the extra 120.
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The H220 comes with a default QP radiator correct?
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The H220 comes with a default QP radiator correct?

Similar but no not the same. Fin spacing looks much like a QP series but the overall thickness is reduced for more case compatibility. Also the tubes are shifted so you can't accidentally puncture the tubes. End tanks are also very different.

Not sure about core thickness.

So while they do share similarities, they are a bit different. The regular QP probably performs a bit better with the deeper shroud is my guess. I do know the H220 rad is more restrictive than the 320qp which is proba ly due to the swivel fittings and low profile collection tanks.

I decided to focus on fan testing next, there doesn't seem to be enough interest in the H220 expansion testing.
    
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Sure but sorry, I never continued with this testing. The h320 has since come out but no personal experience.

With the new H220x coming out shortly, that's a bit more interesting to me..smile.gif
    
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