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I'm building a case from scratch and this is a very rough build I made in 123D. I want to use the Swiftech H220 and add a GPU block and reservoir. Will the built-in CPU pump be able to handle this or should I just get a CPU block and put a pump at the bottom?




In case you have no idea what you're looking at the black box at bottom is 180mm fan, blue tube is reservoir, blackish box behind that is the radiator, red box is GPU, tiny box is CPU pump, and big silver is PSU.
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I don't have a lot of experience with watercooling, but I can at least give you a bump and say it looks interesting. Personally I'd say a separate pump would probably be a better idea, but it's more clutter.
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Won't hurt to try and if it's not enough, you could just get an additional pump - just make sure you've got them both pumping the same direction. No need for a new CPU block.
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If you haven't bought anything yet, I would personally pass on the 220 and just get a real pump and CPU block. The 220's true advantage is that it is an easy to use closed loop, but by the time you add a res and another rad you might as well go with a traditional loop.

I think the only reason Swiftech made the 220 expandable is so that it would act as gateway drug to their other water cooling parts. tongue.gif
Edited by Accuracy158 - 11/10/13 at 11:49pm
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post #5 of 5
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I figured a pump at the bottom would be needed. I just chose the H220 because the radiator fits the dimensions I need. Not many are less than 30mm thick and 275mm height.
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