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post #5651 of 21195 (permalink) Old 08-09-2013, 07:40 AM
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It is performing well and it is mounted the way i wanted it. Should i be worried?

If temps are fine and you have no leaks, don't worry one bit.

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This is the Swiftech H220-H320 owners club. Go to the general watercooling forum for your answers since you don't intend to buy the Swiftech product. I knew you were OCD and would wind up shooting yourself in your foot. Get a life.

Getting mad over someone needed infos on the internet? Calm down man.

It's the 9th, NCIX still doesn't have H320 in stock.

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It is performing well and it is mounted the way i wanted it. Should i be worried?
Kinda, if you used all 8 screws. That is not small damage. The long screws are to mount extra fans on the bottom. You use normal fan screws to mount the rad as it was.
If you need to flip the rad, with fans on bottom use the short screws that was used to mount the fans to mount the rad to case. Use long screws to secure the fans.

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Getting mad over someone needed infos on the internet? Calm down man.

It's the 9th, NCIX still doesn't have H320 in stock.

No sir. I am not mad that you need information. But you are way over the top. Once you decided because of your O.C.D. not to deal with Swiftech, there is no reason for you to be here, The title of the forum is quite clear. You can go to the Corsair forum or any other water cooling forum here and get the information you need now. I answered 2 private messages from you and at least 3 public messages. Most of which were unnecessary if you bothered to do a minimum of research. You can hire a therapist if you need hand holding or just use what god gave you and do a few Google searches.

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os2wiz, to be fair, this post of yours doesn't really belong in this thread either and is less relevant then general water cooling talk... /ducks
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No sir. I am not mad that you need information. But you are way over the top. Once you decided because of your O.C.D. not to deal with Swiftech, there is no reason for you to be here, The title of the forum is quite clear. You can go to the Corsair forum or any other water cooling forum here and get the information you need now. I answered 2 private messages from you and at least 3 public messages. Most of which were unnecessary if you bothered to do a minimum of research. You can hire a therapist if you need hand holding or just use what god gave you and do a few Google searches.

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Oh ok yea I have the Sabertooth Z77 board, glad all of the 4pin headers are PWM, I just checked the manual too, thx for clarifying them smile.gif

I forgot to ask you one more thing. Are all the pumps from these Asetek / CoolIT based like the corsair H100i, H80i, H110, NZXT X40 / X60, Thermaltake Water 3.0, etc...like are all the pumps from these AIO coolers adjustable? Like can you run the pump speed according to the temperature? Or does it have to run at the max speed at always? Because I checked the spec of all the pumps from these AIO coolers, they're all pretty much like 2500rpm +/- 200rpm.

All AIOs except the Coolermaster Eisenburg and the Swiftech H220/320 use eithrr an Asetek or Cool-It pump, rated at about .25gpm, and all run about 2200-2500rpm. They are 1.2w pumps and have a molex or sata plug that powers the pump with 12v regardless of the mobo's voltage output. Any less than 12v won't let the pump flow enough coolant to perform as expected. The H220/320 pump, OTOH, is 6w, rated at 1gpm, so it is essentially 4x as powerful as the asetek/cool-it units, which is why rpm fluctuation via pwm is available, to keep noise down.
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All AIOs except the Coolermaster Eisenburg and the Swiftech H220/320 use eithrr an Asetek or Cool-It pump, rated at about .25gpm, and all run about 2200-2500rpm. They are 1.2w pumps and have a molex or sata plug that powers the pump with 12v regardless of the mobo's voltage output. Any less than 12v won't let the pump flow enough coolant to perform as expected. The H220/320 pump, OTOH, is 6w, rated at 1gpm, so it is essentially 4x as powerful as the asetek/cool-it units, which is why rpm fluctuation via pwm is available, to keep noise down.

Thank you Phelan for the information smile.gif really appreciated, not like some other people. I am planning to buy the Swiftech H320 when NCIX have it in stock. Right now I'm using the Silverstone TD-02, the H320 should be a bit better in term of performance.

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Bought a H220 as well. I didn't really want to wait for the H320 to become available and I got plans to upgrade the rad to something like a Alphacool NexXxos UT-60 360mm rad later on.

But, one serious question.. I usually use Coollaboratory Liquid Ultra TIM and I just want to check and be sure that I can use it safely with the H220.

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Bought a H220 as well. I didn't really want to wait for the H320 to become available and I got plans to upgrade the rad to something like a Alphacool NexXxos UT-60 360mm rad later on.

But, one serious question.. I usually use Coollaboratory Liquid Ultra TIM and I just want to check and be sure that I can use it safely with the H220.

Using CLU for a delidded CPU underneath the IHS, or between the IHS and the CPU water block? Cause CLU is not really for using other than on the die.

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Why wouldn't it be for using on IHS to block? That's what it's made for in the first place..

People use it for Die to IHS as it performs the best and resembles soldering the most.

I've used numerous units of CLU in total. Even my Lightning is done with CLU.

Only problem with it is aluminum. It can't go with that but I assume the block has a copper base?

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