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    Default Swiftech H220

    If anyone is looking to buy a Swiftech H220 NCIX is selling them from their US store.

    Swiftech H220 Quiet Power PLUG-AND-PLAY Liquid Cooling System 4 Pin 2x 120MM Fans 3/8 Fitting
    You don't know me and that's the way i like it!

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    Default Re: Swiftech H220

    Is it truly that much better then the H100i?

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    Default Re: Swiftech H220

    Quote Originally Posted by Carnyakam View Post
    Is it truly that much better then the H100i?
    The H100i isnt expandable. Cooling performance matches the H100i.
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    Default Re: Swiftech H220

    Is the swifttech expandable?

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    Default Re: Swiftech H220

    Quote Originally Posted by Carnyakam View Post
    Is the swifttech expandable?
    yes
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    Default Re: Swiftech H220

    O very nice!

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    Default Re: Swiftech H220

    the problem with the Swiftech unit being expandable is that the pump that is built into the CPU block isn't really the most powerful pump. Personally, I wouldn't run much more on it than the CPU and MOSFETs on a 360 RAD. anything else I would seriously consider a seconddary loop for, which at that point kind of defeats the point.

    Sure you COULD run more that just that on an H220 pump, but you run the risk of the pump's usable life span being drastically cut down from having to move all of that coolant through all of the extra blocks/rads/lines that anything else would accommodate. Just my opinion though. Also, Swiftech conveniently doesn't bother to mention the specifics of what the pump's efficiency rating is in terms of what volume of fluid it can move at a given time, which makes it difficult to compare it to a stand-alone pump.

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    Default Re: Swiftech H220

    Can't add it to the cart... shows available on the site, but when trying to add, it will tell you its not available.

    I just tried to buy one..

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    Default Re: Swiftech H220

    The H220 is guesed at 440l/ph based on the MCp350 pump. I have seen a couple people expand the H220 without any issues. Running multiple rads and blocks with good cooling results. I dont know if this will decrease the life span or not. I dont see why it would be any different then the pumps we use on any other build.

    The point is if he was going to get an AIO why not get the one you can add another rad or block to in the future.
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    Default Re: Swiftech H220

    Quote Originally Posted by Solara2xb View Post
    Can't add it to the cart... shows available on the site, but when trying to add, it will tell you its not available.

    I just tried to buy one..
    ForzenCPU have H220 on stock (just checked with my shopping cart).

    Always look beyond the limits...

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    Default Re: Swiftech H220

    My bad Kenny I didn't know. I would sale you mine but I have some bent fins.
    You don't know me and that's the way i like it!

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    Default Re: Swiftech H220

    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    The H220 is guesed at 440l/ph based on the MCp350 pump. I have seen a couple people expand the H220 without any issues. Running multiple rads and blocks with good cooling results. I dont know if this will decrease the life span or not. I dont see why it would be any different then the pumps we use on any other build.

    The point is if he was going to get an AIO why not get the one you can add another rad or block to in the future.
    The same argument could be made too that if the plan was to eventually expand the system why not just start with all custom bits to begin with THEN expand? I guess it all depends on your school of thought and funding that's available at the time.

    I've seen others expand this system as well, and you're right, it DID work just fine. I just wouldn't expand it too far on just this pump for a single loop is all. I personally would feel better using a D5 and calling it a day, that way I KNOW I have enough headroom for just about any size loop I want without running the risk of taxing the pump too much.

    Incidentally, as I haven't used an H220 (and to my knowledge Swiftech is no longer permitted to sell this cooler in the US anymore to any retailer OR to the public due to an IP dispute), how loud is the pump for it? Also for anyone who has seen one of these in person with an expanded system, did it make a difference in noise?

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