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I have it on pwm but it's no louder than my fans at 1400 rpms or maybe it's my case muffling it.
    
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doubt. I have a 4790k to 4.5, BF4 playing for an hour or two, maximum temperature is 70 ° C, it is normal? in my country right now is in 41 ° C heat.

I use a H220x

Yes that sounds about right with an outside temp of 105 F! You must have condensation on your reservoir. Your ambient stacks almost directly with your load and idle temps. So if it were 20C ambient you'd be seeing around 50C load in BF4, and that seems about right. I don't play BF4 but the highest I see my CPU temps in games is right around 50C and usually it is lower than that.
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post #12943 of 20767
Hi guys
Will a H240X fit in a Phanteks Enthoo Pro comfortably?
Also how do I get one here in the UK?
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Hi guys
Will a H240X fit in a Phanteks Enthoo Pro comfortably?
Also how do I get one here in the UK?

I have done it in the Luxe without using the added fan space up top, theoretically it should be the same. It cleared the 8-pin by a hair on ASUS and MSI 1150 boards when mounted all the way to the rear. Nudging it an inch to the front gives you easy access to everything.
post #12945 of 20767
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I have done it in the Luxe without using the added fan space up top, theoretically it should be the same. It cleared the 8-pin by a hair on ASUS and MSI 1150 boards when mounted all the way to the rear. Nudging it an inch to the front gives you easy access to everything.
yeah h220x has to be mounted off center to the rear but the 240 rad I have would have fit perfectly I don't see why it wouldn't work
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it will fit in the enthoo pro no problem
    
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post #12947 of 20767
Thanks guys smile.gif now if only amazon UK stocked up on them... or any UK e-retailer....

Swiftech who do I have to sleep with to get an H240X delivered to my house without spending more then my GTX970 costs? biggrin.gif
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Yes that sounds about right with an outside temp of 105 F! You must have condensation on your reservoir. Your ambient stacks almost directly with your load and idle temps. So if it were 20C ambient you'd be seeing around 50C load in BF4, and that seems about right. I don't play BF4 but the highest I see my CPU temps in games is right around 50C and usually it is lower than that.

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41c is a very high ambient temperature so that sounds right to me after a couple of hours gaming

but maybe some one else whos used to 41c temperatures will know better than me--it doesnt get that hot here

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i get high temp in my apt. and if you reach only max 70C full load - i would say thats great considering your avg. room temp

i have a 3770k - at 4.7 1.275v - and it gets hotter then 70c at full load - i have delided my cpu - didnt put it back yet - waiting on my RMA of mobo - hoping to cool it down - if i can get 70C on full load - i be happy - since my apt. is pretty warm also -

i think my idle temps were in the 30's to 36 or 38C - i am using a antec 920 cooler - hopefully its not the cooler when i put it all back -
i may just OC up to 4.5 and leave it - since i use it all the time -

so i think your good given your warm room -

thanks for the replys. It is very hot in here. then I stay happy by h220x
post #12949 of 20767
I have a 220x on the way, its supposed to be to me thrusday. I do have one question tho, how do the fans on the radiators compare to the corsair sp series fans?
post #12950 of 20767
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I have a 220x on the way, its supposed to be to me thrusday. I do have one question tho, how do the fans on the radiators compare to the corsair sp series fans?
The 220x fans are quieter than the SP and move almost the same amount of air.
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