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h100i, h100 or h220

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by springs113, Jun 17, 2013.

  1. springs113

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    I have the first 2 mentioned and was contemplating if I should go ahead and try the h220 from swiftech I really love the fact that it can be added onto later on.

    Any thoughts, ideas and/or personal opinions?
     
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    H220 is pretty much the better choice in every way. Not a hard decision IMO.
     
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    if I had an H220 for review I would have an opinion sadly I do not, but from what I have read about the units as long as its a working unit the H220 is hard to beat in terms of cooling performance and noise output. Even if the unit is a dud Swiftech has some amazing customer service so it shouldnt be a problem
     
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    The H100i is a fine choice, however, I'd go with the Swiftech since it's basically higher quality, and performs roughly the same as the H100i, but with lower noise.

    Plus indeed, the expansion option is awesome aswell.
     
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    H220 without question.
     
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    I have both the h100 n 100i, is it worth it to upgrade to the h220. if so I will sell one of the other.
     
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    Anyone wants to buy my h100 it has less than 7days usage time. My h100i will be here tomorrow and I think I am going to pull the trigger on a h220
    Also I would like to get my hands into my first custom loop, I figure this would be a nice start since it is after all customizable in that I can add a gpu to the loop.
    Any Thoughts?
     
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    So I have read...I just rma'd my h100 and being sent back a brand new not a refurb fr corsair not bad. I think I will give that to my wife and drop it in her SB 2500k system. yes fellas I gotta good
    1..her system rivals mine(shes even running cfx)
    2..she watches sports
    3..plays video games(though not as much as me).
    perfection in my eyes.
     
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    well good luck really wish I had a H220 to test as I am very much interested in the Unit myself having already tested Corsair H110 H90 H100 and the Coolermaster Seidon 120XL also have played around with the Thermaltake Water 2.0 PRO. Really wanted to see what all the fuss is about with the H220 for myself. Maybe Ill get one in eventually
     
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    I found this
    http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?285238-Swiftech-H220-Complete-Review-Part-1-of-2

    I guess purchasing this throws out my z87 oc formula purchase, too much spending(ps4 n haswell)...really wanted that board but the one out now is the non wifi and its highly expensive. I cant wait for Dave's review though, I will stick with my mpower and try to seriously work on stabilizing my 4770k @4.4/4.5 with lower voltage.
     
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    I got newegg to get me the h220 for 115...now I am wondering if I should go for that oc formula and loop the cooler to the chipset.
     

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