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post #5671 of 21195 (permalink) Old 08-10-2013, 12:06 AM
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The pump wont start if there is too much air in the block causing too much friction. This is gonna sound crazy but if pump doesnt start you gotta give it a nice slap.

When you were installing and uninstalling it you helped loosen that air and thats what got it running again. The new pump parts should help keep air out so we'll see.

Bram is on vacation so he may not chime in for about a week or two but I had same problem and that was his explanation and the slap worked.

sorry for not replying more quickly I got side tracked with work. So this poses another question would another pump in the loop help this by forcing air out. or would the other pumps work be stalled by the h220 pump in a state of stuck.
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I found somewhere that still sells the 220. Does anyone know if it will fit the Corsair 550D case. I found one or two places claiming the will probably fit. If anyone knows with more certainty that would be much appreciated. Or is there a new version released in the next couple of months?

it will fit 100% go to page 441 find post 4408 tnt & click on the default gallery if you are using an asus p8z68 be sure to plug in all needed cables before
mounting the radiator hope this helps
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Have you tried getting it replaced by NZXT? If you have proof the extensions we're faulty..

But still guys, is it safe to use CLU (Liquid Ultra) on the block? Still have some left and it worked wonders on my H100i's temps..

Liquid ultra is conductive. A tiny spill from the loop can destroy your cpu. Not a good idea unless your technique is completely flawless.

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Well, since I even applied it to several (naked die) GPU's and it has gone flawlessly every time I think I have the knowledge of how to apply it for a CPU now smile.gif

Usually the best way to do it is to apply it to the block, not the CPU. Apply it with the brush in a pattern slightly smaller then the IHS of the CPU. that way it won't overflow as you only need a VERY little bit of it.

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Hi, having not been reading this thread for 200 pages or so...please excuse me for asking. How is the H320 working out for people? Are there issues like with H220? I got a refund for H220 and installed something else finally tonight - I have to say that the H220 issues made me tired of opening my PC case which was a daily routine for me for years before that. tongue.gif

I was initially going to replace the H220 with a H320, but the issues, a stock unit leak and no coverage by Swiftech with the H220 kept me angry - or more than that - for a good time.

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Hi, having not been reading this thread for 200 pages or so...please excuse me for asking. How is the H320 working out for people? Are there issues like with H220? I got a refund for H220 and installed something else finally tonight - I have to say that the H220 issues made me tired of opening my PC case which was a daily routine for me for years before that. tongue.gif

I was initially going to replace the H220 with a H320, but the issues, a stock unit leak and no coverage by Swiftech with the H220 kept me angry - or more than that - for a good time.

Not enough of them sold yet to get an idea. Bottom line is, the only difference is a bigger rad and extra fan I believe.

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Not enough of them sold yet to get an idea. Bottom line is, the only difference is a bigger rad and extra fan I believe.

Not true. I think they changed the power connector to sata instead of molex. There are also some other minor differences.

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I don't think anyone on here got a H320 yet. NCIX Canada still doesn't have them and it passed the 9th already.

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They are not available on NCIX.CA until after 23 August. My H320 is on order here in Australia and I will get it 21 August. The H220 has been available for a while now here.

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