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11-18-2019 02:47 PM
chrisjames61
Quote: Originally Posted by ciarlatano View Post
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Thanks! It was 50/50 that I got it right and with dumb luck I did just that!
11-18-2019 05:33 AM
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11-12-2019 05:23 PM
ciarlatano
Quote: Originally Posted by Justinator View Post
I just bought an X3 H360, I know it's not listed for this club but can I get in anyway?

Also, I've seen some criticism of the noise and cooling performance of the included IRIS Helix fans. I have some EK Vardar 120 ER EVO RGBs around that look to be about 30% better for airflow and static pressure. Do you think it's worth changing them, or will the Helixes be enough as is?
if you have the Vardars, use them. The Helix are the weak link in the X3. Their low to mid Ron performance is pretty dreadful.
11-12-2019 10:02 AM
Justinator I just bought an X3 H360, I know it's not listed for this club but can I get in anyway?

Also, I've seen some criticism of the noise and cooling performance of the included IRIS Helix fans. I have some EK Vardar 120 ER EVO RGBs around that look to be about 30% better for airflow and static pressure. Do you think it's worth changing them, or will the Helixes be enough as is?
09-24-2019 07:15 PM
ciarlatano
Quote: Originally Posted by v1ral View Post
I have an odd question hopefully someone can chime in.
So the SATA power cable on both the splitter and the pump melted/Shorted, I don't like SATA powered cables only for drives anyways....
I want to convert those cables to 4 pin molex, I see that PPCS sales Swiftech's splitter in the older Molex type, but my question is the pump side. I see the wire has a solid black wire and the other has a white/gray broken line, my question is which one is negative and which one is positive?

I am trying NOT to bin my H220X or get the newer cooler!
Thanks for your time!
It should be identifiable by location.

09-24-2019 05:49 PM
v1ral I have an odd question hopefully someone can chime in.
So the SATA power cable on both the splitter and the pump melted/Shorted, I don't like SATA powered cables only for drives anyways....
I want to convert those cables to 4 pin molex, I see that PPCS sales Swiftech's splitter in the older Molex type, but my question is the pump side. I see the wire has a solid black wire and the other has a white/gray broken line, my question is which one is negative and which one is positive?

I am trying NOT to bin my H220X or get the newer cooler!
Thanks for your time!
09-24-2019 05:35 PM
ciarlatano
Quote: Originally Posted by Mr.N00bLaR View Post
Has anyone got much experience with the x3? Seems like the 3 fan would be a neat way to cool my cpu and gpu. Does the pump have enough power to keep the flow up through a CPU, gpu stock combo unit and maybe another rad?

Rig: Ryzen 3600 + HTC 1080ti all in a Corsair Air 740
It was designed with the expansion to a GPU and additional rad in mind. This is exactly what it was intended for and it does it very well. Adding a third rad is typically not an issue, either, but adding a third block would be pushing it.
09-24-2019 04:32 PM
Mr.N00bLaR Has anyone got much experience with the x3? Seems like the 3 fan would be a neat way to cool my cpu and gpu. Does the pump have enough power to keep the flow up through a CPU, gpu stock combo unit and maybe another rad?

Rig: Ryzen 3600 + HTC 1080ti all in a Corsair Air 740
09-24-2019 09:15 AM
Herp123
Quote: Originally Posted by ciarlatano View Post
It's been discontinued for several years. A lot of asks in this thread, but I haven't seen anyone actually finding one. If you stay with 3/8" ID tubing, they are really unnecessary.
Oh I see.. That's really a shame, was planning to use rigid tubing. I might end up with ZMT tubing
09-21-2019 12:24 PM
ciarlatano
Quote: Originally Posted by Herp123 View Post
Does anyone have any luck with the G1/4 adapter for the H220X?
Seems to be more rare than a unicorn..
It's been discontinued for several years. A lot of asks in this thread, but I haven't seen anyone actually finding one. If you stay with 3/8" ID tubing, they are really unnecessary.
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