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post #1641 of 20809
Yeah, I know it will take a lot of work and customization. I talked to Dwood about creating a custom mounting bracket and a custom shell so that there is a large enough vent on the top. I was planning on doing a push/pull. I just don't know if, after all that, the temperatures will be good enough. Especially if I ever upgrade to a hotter GPU like a 7970.
Edited by Brandonandon - 4/18/13 at 12:21am
post #1642 of 20809
Hi Brandonandon, I have myself a loop with the i5 3570k @ 4.7 and a HD7950 @ 1300/1600 with 1250mv and the gpu never goes up to 40ºC playing BF3 for like 3h and CPU never goes up to 50ºC.
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post #1643 of 20809
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Just to update those that are waiting for these to get to Micro Center and Newegg, it won't be too much longer. They should be available around the middle of next week or so at the latest. I'll post an update if or when that changes. I'm sorry for this delay, but the wait is almost over.


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post #1644 of 20809
This is with only the included radiator? No other added parts? Are you using a universal GPU block? Those temperatures just seem too good to be true.
post #1645 of 20809
Adding a GPU block and Rad. Is it OK to put the extra rad (120) on the bottom deck? How should the layout be H220 > Cpu > 120 > GPU> back to the H220??
post #1646 of 20809
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Adding a GPU block and Rad. Is it OK to put the extra rad (120) on the bottom deck? How should the layout be H220 > Cpu > 120 > GPU> back to the H220??

The only order that really matters is res -> pump inlet. The rest of the loop will equalize the temperature throughout and you should do the best orientation for the shortest loop. That order only really matters to ease the pump priming when you start filling the loop, you can do it in a different way it will just be more difficult.
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post #1647 of 20809
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The only order that really matters is res -> pump inlet. The rest of the loop will equalize the temperature throughout and you should do the best orientation for the shortest loop. That order only really matters to ease the pump priming when you start filling the loop, you can do it in a different way it will just be more difficult.

That's a great answer. The reason for this is that the coolant doesn't heat up from one component to the next, but from several revolutions through the loop. Therefore the order of your components doesn't matter except for the pump and reservoir orientation. Having the pump sit lower than the reservoir, and with the pump intake being fed directly by the reservoir, helps it to prime when you're filling your loop for the first time.
post #1648 of 20809
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Thinking about using this in a CPU (3570K @4.4, 1.328V) and GPU (670 @ 1241, 6502) loop. Do you guys think this would be sufficient to keep my temps low? My goal is to keep my 670 below 70 degrees so I don't have any throttling. Noise is also a huge concern of mine. I don't have the option to add another radiator, as I'm putting this in an SG08. Should I just go full custom like this guy?

Your vcore seems high for a 4.4 OC. I have a particularly bad OC;ing chip which needs 1.39 for 4.7 so I'm wondering if you need to tweak your OC a bit. Also if your willing to delid that will help with temps. I say this all in the context of keeping temps down as you've stated. Most of us using this cooler along with delided IVB's are getting great results performance wise out of our chips as well as temps. And the helix fans are the most silent fans I have on my rig and
 
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post #1649 of 20809
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Hi Brandonandon, I have myself a loop with the i5 3570k @ 4.7 and a HD7950 @ 1300/1600 with 1250mv and the gpu never goes up to 40ºC playing BF3 for like 3h and CPU never goes up to 50ºC.

I'm curious, is this just with the H220 Rad? I'm just using the H220 rad (my loop includes a 3570k (4.5) and a HD7950 (1200/1600 - 1225mv)) and my CPU gets to around 55-60ºC while my 7950 gets up to around 65ºC with a few hours of Bioshock Infinite.

I'm wondering how better my temps would be if I fit in a 120 rad in my Arc Mini somehow.
post #1650 of 20809
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I'm curious, is this just with the H220 Rad? I'm just using the H220 rad (my loop includes a 3570k (4.5) and a HD7950 (1200/1600 - 1225mv)) and my CPU gets to around 55-60ºC while my 7950 gets up to around 65ºC with a few hours of Bioshock Infinite.

I'm wondering how better my temps would be if I fit in a 120 rad in my Arc Mini somehow.

If the 120 rad that you're looking to add is the same quality as the H220 then you'll see about a 2 to 3 degree drop in temperature.
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