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    Quote Originally Posted by LeandroJVarini View Post
    Some questions!

    Connections can, exchange it for, other measures? Example exchange, for bitspower?

    The reservoir is easy to remove it? and put back? Would you like to switch the LED.

    Thank you and sorry for my crappy english!
    1. Hi , yes the connections can be change to any brand you want as they are G1/4 standard.
    2. The reservoir cannot be removed , you can do mod and place a different Led is that is what mean , perhaps those G 1/4 Radiator Fill-port thread that they sale with a Led already installed in it in any color you want.

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    thank you!!!

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    I am wondering what some compatable cases are for this kit. I had a peek at Swiftech but didn't find what I was looking for. Has anyone seen a list of compatable cases?
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    Quote Originally Posted by runmc View Post
    I am wondering what some compatable cases are for this kit. I had a peek at Swiftech but didn't find what I was looking for. Has anyone seen a list of compatable cases?
    Hola Ron , there is no compatible list of cases yet. But as I did , in my opinion the best approach to verify compatibility is to check the specifications of the case in question and check the measurements , size , places where you can fit the H220-X , as per the H220-X dimensions / Size http://www.swiftech.com/H220-X.aspx#tab2 . Verify if the case is H2O ready as that helps also. Mine is installed in a Corsair 760T , I selected that case because it had plenty of space for mounting the H220-X and add more radiators to it. Let me know if I can be of any help my friend ok .

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    I did one build with the Corsair 600T and Swiftech 220 original. It worked great with a little dremel work. I am looking for a simple design like Lian Li. No Rocket Ship style for me.
    Thanks for your help.
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    will it be compatible right out of box for the socket 2011-3 (X99) releasing next week ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by icecpu View Post
    will it be compatible right out of box for the socket 2011-3 (X99) releasing next week ?
    As far as I know socket 2011-3 (X99) has the exact same holes in the motherboard to mount cpu coolers as socket 20111 (X79). With that in mind it will be compatible yes

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    Quote Originally Posted by chispy View Post
    As far as I know socket 2011-3 (X99) has the exact same holes in the motherboard to mount cpu coolers as socket 20111 (X79). With that in mind it will be compatible yes
    great, looking forward to get one for 5820K
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    Chispy, what a great write-up and perfect timing for me. Getting ready for a new rig. Thx
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    @ icecpu and khamo , thank you for the good feedback , you will enjoy it very much.

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    any idea if they will come out with a 280mm rad?
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    Quote Originally Posted by tbone8ty View Post
    any idea if they will come out with a 280mm rad?

    End of September.
    Last edited by chispy; 09-01-2014 at 07:29 AM.

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