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Interesting review. I didn't notice any fan speed to temp data so kinda hard to know what noise levels to temps at stress load might be.
Which was the same big omission in their review of the 360. Also, from the results we are seeing it seems that these new Helix RGB fans aren't doing the kit any favors. I'm interested to see what it looks like when teh Prestige models get released provided they retain the eLoops (or something similar in terms of performance).

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Which was the same big omission in their review of the 360. Also, from the results we are seeing it seems that these new Helix RGB fans aren't doing the kit any favors. I'm interested to see what it looks like when teh Prestige models get released provided they retain the eLoops (or something similar in terms of performance).
I'm withholding any opinion of fans until we see more data about fan speed to cooling. Above test shows new 240 cooler only 0-2c warmer than older, so maybe if fans are slowed down to compete with other 240 rads they would not be loud. Hard to tell.

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Blast from the past. Largely finished upgrading my system last night from a 3770k to a 9900k. But I kept my original H220 since the newer units don't allow for a bottom mount solution. I removed, drained, flushed and refilled the system and was really happily surprised that there was no gunk at all inside despite it being 3 years or so since it was opened.

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Hey, what kind of temps do you get with the h220 and the i9900k?

Are any of you using one of these things to cool a 2080ti + 8th or 9th gen intel. I'm thinking about buying the h360 x3 to cool a 9700k or 9900k and eventually adding my 2080 ti to it down the line but I'm trying to figure out if it's actually worth investing in this or if i'm just better off getting something super cheap now and spending a lil more later on a better liquid cooling setup. I want to be able to overclock both cpu and gpu. Does the swiftech actually compare to a custom loop at all?

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Hey, what kind of temps do you get with the h220 and the i9900k?

Are any of you using one of these things to cool a 2080ti + 8th or 9th gen intel. I'm thinking about buying the h360 x3 to cool a 9700k or 9900k and eventually adding my 2080 ti to it down the line but I'm trying to figure out if it's actually worth investing in this or if i'm just better off getting something super cheap now and spending a lil more later on a better liquid cooling setup. I want to be able to overclock both cpu and gpu. Does the swiftech actually compare to a custom loop at all?
A 9900K + 2080Ti is going to be tough to run off any single 360mm rad when you start overclocking, a second rad would definitely be suggested when you add the 2080Ti. However, the H360 X3 does make a decent starting point. The components are essentially the equivalent of the EK S360 Kit if you want to look at it in those terms, and would have no issue supporting the GPU and additional rad.

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A 9900K + 2080Ti is going to be tough to run off any single 360mm rad when you start overclocking, a second rad would definitely be suggested when you add the 2080Ti. However, the H360 X3 does make a decent starting point. The components are essentially the equivalent of the EK S360 Kit if you want to look at it in those terms, and would have no issue supporting the GPU and additional rad.
Thanks for the input. Adding an additional rad shouldn't be a problem if I already need to expand the loop to include gpu block.

would anyone happen to know if the h360 x3 can fit in the Lian li 011 air/dynamic. I'm assuming it can and I've pretty much settled on the case for my build but can't hurt to be sure.
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Thanks for the input. Adding an additional rad shouldn't be a problem if I already need to expand the loop to include gpu block.

would anyone happen to know if the h360 x3 can fit in the Lian li 011 air/dynamic. I'm assuming it can and I've pretty much settled on the case for my build but can't hurt to be sure.
It should fit on top or the side (with res down) with plenty of room to spare, it's smaller than a number of rads that are confirmed to fit. Just keep in mind that the fans on the X3 are top mounted on the unit due to the res and pump being on the bottom of the rad.

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It should fit on top or the side (with res down) with plenty of room to spare, it's smaller than a number of rads that are confirmed to fit. Just keep in mind that the fans on the X3 are top mounted on the unit due to the res and pump being on the bottom of the rad.


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Is Swiftech going to come out with a X3 model Liquid Cooler AIO that will have 140mm fans on it.I have a older H240x with 140's on it and is a lot quieter than the older Swiftech H220x I had before..

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Does anyone know where I can still get a H220-x G1/4 adapter anywhere? It seems not possible to get it anymore since this item is discontinued. I don't have the original fittings no more so I can't seem to use this AIO anymore
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Does anyone know where I can still get a H220-x G1/4 adapter anywhere? It seems not possible to get it anymore since this item is discontinued. I don't have the original fittings no more so I can't seem to use this AIO anymore
Unfortunately, I haven't seen anyone be able to source one in a year or so. Did you lose the original barb fitting? I believe you can get them pretty easily through Swiftech customer service.

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