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Haven't been reading this thread, but I have a few questions (sorry if previously discussed).

Can someone from swiftech tell me whether the new h220x kit's will come in a second variation where the res/pump assembly is on the "other" side of the radiator? I ask because, from the pictures, it looks like mounting one of these kits in the front of some cases would be out of the question, since the res/pump assembly would be down the back near the back panel, and probably hitting the motherboard plate.

Also, if a 120/140mm variation were to happen, would it feature a thick-style rad?

Cheers

As of right now a different styled reservoir that is on the opposite side is not being considered. This may change though if there is enough interest in it. Thicker radiators have not been something we've looked into in the past because the cost versus performance of them just can't be justified in our opinion. We therefore aren't looking into designing this particular product with a thicker-style radiator either.
post #122 of 428
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As of right now a different styled reservoir that is on the opposite side is not being considered. This may change though if there is enough interest in it. Thicker radiators have not been something we've looked into in the past because the cost versus performance of them just can't be justified in our opinion. We therefore aren't looking into designing this particular product with a thicker-style radiator either.

Yeah that's fair enough. Thanks for the response!
post #123 of 428
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As of right now a different styled reservoir that is on the opposite side is not being considered. This may change though if there is enough interest in it. Thicker radiators have not been something we've looked into in the past because the cost versus performance of them just can't be justified in our opinion. We therefore aren't looking into designing this particular product with a thicker-style radiator either.
BramSLI1: for your normal radiators, could you add multiple ports and screw protection (like the Alphacool radiators). It's a blessing to fill a loop from a top mounted radiator.
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post #124 of 428
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BramSLI1: for your normal radiators, could you add multiple ports and screw protection (like the Alphacool radiators). It's a blessing to fill a loop from a top mounted radiator.

We may come out with a multi-port version of our radiators, but not any time soon.
post #125 of 428
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We may come out with a multi-port version of our radiators, but not any time soon.
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post #126 of 428
Sorry, another question which has potentially been asked already:

Any dimensions for the H220x yet? Specifically I'm interested in how thick the entire assembly is when pump is installed.

Cheers
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Sorry, another question which has potentially been asked already:

Any dimensions for the H220x yet? Specifically I'm interested in how thick the entire assembly is when pump is installed.

Cheers

With the pump installed on the radiator, it's 3 1/4" at the thickest point.
post #128 of 428
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With the pump installed on the radiator, it's 3 1/4" at the thickest point.

and that's with 25mm fans, or not?
post #129 of 428
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and that's with 25mm fans, or not?

The fans will fit on top so you can just fit them on top of your case. If not, then you'll need to add another 25mm to my previous measurement.
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The fans will fit on top so you can just fit them on top of your case. If not, then you'll need to add another 25mm to my previous measurement.

too easy, thanks
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