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Can you confirm that they aren't hitting anything in your case? If they aren't then they shouldn't be making a rattling noise. Let me know what you find.

Yes I can confirm that they aren´t hitting anything in my case, just unscrewed them and took them out, and turned them on... they vibrate like crazy... frown.gif
Hope you can help me out
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Are the gaps I'm getting in temps normal? or should I reseat?
-snip]
Just curious, what kind of OCing did you do, or do you just have a bad OCing chip? I see the sensors are reading over 1.4V for 4.3 GHz, which is insanely high for most chips.
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What size is the fill port on the radiator?
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Just curious, what kind of OCing did you do, or do you just have a bad OCing chip? I see the sensors are reading over 1.4V for 4.3 GHz, which is insanely high for most chips.

I'm just using the boost software that came with my mobo.. Easy Tune
Edited by Klubhead - 4/4/13 at 11:18pm
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so finally got around to installing this thing and i must say installing the back plate is a real pain in the ass with the mb still in the case but got through it.




Here are my temps running Prime95 Small FFTs for about 10min. Im running a 2500k @4.5ghz 1.3v. Btw i have the H220 setup as exhaust pushing the air out of the top of the case.

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Edited by TeeBlack - 4/5/13 at 2:22am
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I've had an H220 installed in my Cosmos 2 case for nearly a month now. I've got my 3930K running at 3.811 ghz at idle to max load as this works well when cad modeling and even better at cad rendering. Stock, the processor will wind down pretty low on speed slowing down my cad modeling.

Anyway, the point is that I wanted to install the H220 with push/pull at the top of the case. Motherboard issues blocked the installation when using the two of three top fan locations near the back. I tried moving the radiator forward to use the forward two fan positions and nearly got it all to fit. However, the radiator was blocked by a mere fraction of an inch by two "L" shaped punch outs in the top pan. I flattened these punch outs easily and carefully and voila, the fit is perfect. I have two noiseblocker E-Loop PWM fans mounted under the top grill and directly to the radiator through the top pan, and the two Swiftech PWM fans in pull mode on the bottom of the radiator. My temps do not exceed 61 deg. C at extended full load and idle comfortably in a near noiseless scenario at 30 Deg C.

I've included some photos; please excuse the poor cable management, but all works quite well. Intel Core I7 3930, 32 gb DDR3 1600 ram, AMD Firepro W7000 card, Samsung 840 Pro 256GB SSD Two 1 TB 7200 RPM HDD; one for back up, one for storage. Also note that the P9X79 Pro mobo allows all dim slots to be filled with the cooling block/pump in place. My C1 dim slot is dead, thus the arrangement for mem that you see.
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I'm just using the boost software that came with my mobo.. Easy Tune

Bad idea. Motherboard software will always apply more voltage than is necessary for the given clock speed, causing excess heat. Clock it manually in the bios, you'll get a lower voltage-meaning less heat and wear on the CPU.
 
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I'm just using the boost software that came with my mobo.. Easy Tune
As Tom mentioned, software overclocking is usually a bad idea. Here is a thread that will help with your mobo. Read the guide in the first post, then you can ask you questions in the thread:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1247413/ivy-bridge-overclocking-guide-with-ln2-guide-at-the-end
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so finally got around to installing this thing and i must say installing the back plate is a real pain in the ass with the mb still in the case but got through it.

Here are my temps running Prime95 Small FFTs for about 10min. Im running a 2500k @4.5ghz 1.3v. Btw i have the H220 setup as exhaust pushing the air out of the top of the case.
You can install it the way you did, but it is not optimized that way. The preferred method is to push cold outside air through the rad into the case. You also have your fill port upside down that way which can lead to some air bubble issues. But as I said, you can do it the way you are doing it, but you might get better results pushing air in, and fill port up.
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post #1240 of 20767
I'm in:

Modded my 300R to get it to fit.
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This cooler is terrific!!! Check out my case mod log. Currently running @ 4.7, during my latest Prime run, temps leveled off at around 58Cs. I'm also delided so that helped w/temps immensely, this chip want's 1.4v to stay stable. You all think I should try to push it to 5.0?
Edited by Inacoma79 - 4/5/13 at 7:28am
 
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