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I have a question about power draw-

So in hw-info, my VRM (z77x-ud5h) shows power draw:


Like what do these numbers mean? Can I figure out how much my CPU wattage is based on those numbers? If not, are they close (like software vcore and 12v/3.3v/5v rail readings aren't 100% accurate but they are close)? How do you get your actual cpu wattage then?

Thanks.
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Originally Posted by Belial View Post

I have a question about power draw-

So in hw-info, my VRM (z77x-ud5h) shows power draw:


Like what do these numbers mean? Can I figure out how much my CPU wattage is based on those numbers? If not, are they close (like software vcore and 12v/3.3v/5v rail readings aren't 100% accurate but they are close)? How do you get your actual cpu wattage then?

Thanks.

...software watt readings tends to be somewhat inaccurate (unfortunately)...try a Multi-meter on the board itself...and hard OCers also use a kill-a-watt meter (around $20) that goes between your system and the wall power outlet..

...here are two pics from Sin0822's Ivy OC guide which you can use as guide posts smile.gif


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I would think that for CPU-only cooling, a closed-loop is the right way for many folks...adding in GPUs however raises a few more red flags, at least if it is more than one. And whether closed-loop or custom-loop, I would think it is better to keep GPU and CPU loops apart, unless you have something like Hokies83 who has so much cooling power in a big system, what with 4x 360 montsa rads and, ahem, VERY MANY fans smile.gif
We are still waiting for more people to expand the H220, there have been so few that I am not sure we can draw any conclusions yet. I completely agree though that if you want the best temps or have three video cards then custom is the way to go. For one or two cards, and reasonably good temps, then the H220 is perfect for people who are not ready for the leap to full custom.

I have half my stuff to expand one of my H220 units sitting here (a little frustrating that I can't do anything with it) but the rest will not be here until next week. I have a lot of temp data on my chip and gpu so I will be able to tell pretty quickly how the H220 does with a 690. At the show, Swiftech showed the H220 doing well with two video cards but they had three rads in the loop. I was told by water coolers here that you should expect to need one rad per component cooled with the H220.
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Ravage and TonicX...haven't forgotten about you...just got in from several hours at the dentist - what a lovely time (not really)...been trying to post at the other site first, and keep on getting this: Internal Server Error - Read The server encountered an internal error or misconfiguration and was unable to complete your request. Reference #3.aa01e78e.1363999557.d07b2a0 I guess I'm not the only one with a crazy day...will definitely follow up later

Ok thanks for not forgetting about us! Just tell us whenever you do what you have to do thumb.gif Thanks!
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Originally Posted by sbruno624 View Post

Just got finished doing mine waiting for my motherboard to arrive... Scariest 10 minutes of my life, chip looks clean thank god. I had an ifixit kit laying around, the scratch free pry bars work wonders for scraping off the rubber off the pcb and heatsink.

This is a cool little trick

http://diy-auto-repair.wonderhowto.com/how-to/fix-your-car-dent-with-hair-dryer-127450/4

Doesnt damage paint.
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Like i promised some pics of the delidding action biggrin.gif

OCN name: chefproject
CPU: 3570k
On-die TIM:Zalman Thermal grease (CLU is ordered)
IHS TIM: Zalman
Mhz gained:
OC after delid: 4,8 ghz same as before
Temp drops: none until now will test again when CLU arrives








Greetings and regards Chef

Great job! Especially with the glue on the pcb. Very clean!
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So I've been doing some reading on the H100i and I hear that the backplate tends to be a little loose after installation. Can anyone confirm this?? It really isn't a problem because I could just go buy some rubber washers to stack on the backplate so it is seated better.
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So I've been doing some reading on the H100i and I hear that the backplate tends to be a little loose after installation. Can anyone confirm this?? It really isn't a problem because I could just go buy some rubber washers to stack on the backplate so it is seated better.

I used q-tips.
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...your new chip you kept at your mother-in-law's place questionmark.gif

Yeah...can't replace it again so I'm stuck with it. Gonna serve well as my main chip for my gaming rig.
I decided to build a test bench and get a different cpu for that. Gonna take me a while to save, but I might be able to muster some cash for a benching only rig. I already got great ddr3 and an MVG. A pot incoming (KPC Dragon F1) and plenty of time to start a project like that during the weekends. It would imply taking the MVG out of my cm 690 for benching outside or somewhere else (can't pour ln2 or dice inside my room, too little ventilation)
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My first 3570 was like that. How's the IMC?

Decent, 4x2gb 2600mhz cl8...Couldn't boot over 2600mhz though, post code 23. Might go a few mhz higher with bclk and cold on it.
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So I've been doing some reading on the H100i and I hear that the backplate tends to be a little loose after installation. Can anyone confirm this?? It really isn't a problem because I could just go buy some rubber washers to stack on the backplate so it is seated better.
Loose for sure, thought I did it wrong at first. It is just designed that way, once you install the pump and screw it down all the way it pulls the backplate tight. It is actually really easy to install and uninstall.
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