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post #1651 of 20809
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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.
Speaking of single 120 or 140 rad, since they are usually used in a vertical orientation, does it make any difference to flow rate or cooling performance if you use the rad with the fittings above the rad or below it?
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Flushing been done and what was found there rolleyes.gif

http://aijaa.com/AlFMJc
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Speaking of single 120 or 140 rad, since they are usually used in a vertical orientation, does it make any difference to flow rate or cooling performance if you use the rad with the fittings above the rad or below it?

No, having the fittings above or below the rad will make virtually no difference in performance.
post #1654 of 20809
Thanks for all the help Bryan.smile.gif


On a completely different note:
Just curious, is anyone here using (or thinking about using) the H220 on a delidded Ivy chip?

EK has a new mounting mechanism to allow their cpu block to go direct to the die, and I am curious if anyone is going to do something (like add some washers) to the H220 and try to use it without the IHS.
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Flushing been done and what was found there rolleyes.gif

http://aijaa.com/AlFMJc

Good thing you flushed it first, that is a large chunk of crap to come out of the loop.
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post #1656 of 20809
I'm using an ASRock Z77 mini-ITX, and used the mobo defaults to OC to 4.4. It was stable at a lower voltage running Prime for a couples hours, but it would crash on Valley of BF3 for some reason, so I just offset it a bit. Hasn't crashed since. Is there anything else I should do to get it stable besides simply increasing the voltage? I haven't delidded mine yet, I may end up doing that if I get the H220 (or H240).

@MiwiPi,

That seems more like what I would expect temp-wise. I'm just always fearful of reaching that 70 C barrier that the Kepler cards have before they start to underclock.
post #1657 of 20809
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I'm using an ASRock Z77 mini-ITX, and used the mobo defaults to OC to 4.4. It was stable at a lower voltage running Prime for a couples hours, but it would crash on Valley of BF3 for some reason, so I just offset it a bit. Hasn't crashed since. Is there anything else I should do to get it stable besides simply increasing the voltage? I haven't delidded mine yet, I may end up doing that if I get the H220 (or H240).

More likely your GPU is the culprit for crashing rather than our CPU. Your mobo has good specs so you should def OC through the BIOs/UEFI. Go here for ASRock

http://www.overclock.net/t/1198504/complete-overclocking-guide-sandy-bridge-ivy-bridge-asrock-edition/0_100

Go here for GTX 600 series OC guide:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1265110/the-gtx-670-overclocking-master-guide/0_100

EDIT: one more important thread - IVB Delidded Club:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1313179/official-delidded-ivy-bridge-club/0_100

Also just so that we don't muddy this thread, post your comments on the one's I've referenced above. A lot of us here also lurk these threads. thumb.gif
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Hi, I'm new to water-cooling but am an experienced system builder.

I'm about to revamp my existing computer's cooling by purchasing a Fractal Designs Define R4. I was wondering if the H220 would work fine as a front intake there instead of in the common spot on top as either an exhaust or intake? Is the hose long enough to connect to the CPU comfortably from the front instead of the top? Is this a wise cooling scheme?

I will be removing both HD cages as I only use one SSD drive in my desktops (I have a server).

My goal eventually is to put the H220 in the front as intakes in a push or pull, rear exhaust, and then figure out if I need extra fans: exhaust top, intake side, or intake bottom. Right now I have a reference 6870 that is not OC'ed that is the normal blower type, but I am planning for the future and will upgrade to the next-gen GFX line, probably an aftermarket design that dumps heat into the case because they are quieter.

Thanks!
Edited by Silvaire - 4/18/13 at 11:43am
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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.
What is your ambient temps like?
What speed are the fans and pump running at?
Are you using stock fans or other fans?
You using push/pull or just pull or push?
    
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Hi, I'm new to water-cooling but am an experienced system builder.

I'm about to revamp my existing computer's cooling by purchasing a Fractal Designs Define R4. I was wondering if the H220 would work fine as a front intake there instead of in the common spot on top as either an exhaust or intake? Is the hose long enough to connect to the CPU comfortably from the front instead of the top? Is this a wise cooling scheme?

I will be removing both HD cages as I only use one SSD drive in my desktops (I have a server).

My goal eventually is to put the H220 in the front as intakes in a push or pull, rear exhaust, and then figure out if I need extra fans: exhaust top, intake side, or intake bottom. Right now I have a reference 6870 that is not OC'ed that is the normal blower type, but I am planning for the future and will upgrade to the next-gen GFX line, probably an aftermarket design that dumps heat into the case because they are quieter.

Thanks!

That's how I have my kit configured in my 300R (see my profile below). ZERO issues thus far. But I only run my machine about 4-5 hours a day vs 24/7 like some guys here.
 
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