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Guys, when installing the H220x, do you screw down the CPU block all the way? Or just enough to feel tight?

Mine went all the way to the stops on all 4 screws. Seems to be tight enough.
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post #17922 of 20767
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Mine went all the way to the stops on all 4 screws. Seems to be tight enough.

Ok I'll try going all the way in, hope no #bendlake thumb.gif

Sure beats going in with just the tip, haha biggrin.gif
post #17923 of 20767
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Originally Posted by sexpot View Post

Guys, when installing the H220x, do you screw down the CPU block all the way? Or just enough to feel tight?

The Apogee XL has very distinct stop points on the screws. You tighten them until they stop an do not use force after the stop point is reached.

Check the install section - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TivNOgQqW-M
post #17924 of 20767
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That's definitely an improvement then. How did you get yours ahead of the release date?
sorry just saw this message,wasnt aware of it. I got tis cooler through the official site, although i was checking on it EVERY day since i was on a stock cooler and needed something in time for rise of tomb raider smile.gif

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Where can you order
Usually a new cooler will always yield a bit better performance when you first installed it compare to the one you been using.
Wait a minute, are you saying that over time i will get decreasing temps and performance? Can you please elaborate on this because maybe i am understanding wrong.

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Of course. Combo of fresh TIM and the power of suggestion. wink.gif
Do you think it will decrease over time?
post #17925 of 20767
Also, i will be adding much higher resolution pics for everyone of the H220X2 in my build. Still deciding ehether or not i should add in the dyes onto the loop idk yet.

One last question/concern, are the Eloop noiseblockers supposed to make alot of sound when in full speed? For some reason to me they are louder than the helix when both are on max.
post #17926 of 20767
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sorry just saw this message,wasnt aware of it. I got tis cooler through the official site, although i was checking on it EVERY day since i was on a stock cooler and needed something in time for rise of tomb raider smile.gif
Wait a minute, are you saying that over time i will get decreasing temps and performance? Can you please elaborate on this because maybe i am understanding wrong.
Do you think it will decrease over time?

It will decrease if you get gunk in your block, that would be about it. Otherwise it is purely that people want to believe it is better, and that people rarely know how to (or have access to) consistent, controlled testing methods. So, the exact same results get skewed in the mind to becoming "3-5 degrees better".

It's a Fox Mulder thing......
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Yeah the biggest issue I've seen with that is people week test on two different days months apart when they change coolers and praise be thy name who gave them 4c lower temperatures....when really it was transition into fall or winter that's why I'm a fan of delta over ambient...
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I upgraded my H220-X earlier this week. Added a komodo to the R9 290 and an additional 120mm rad. Going to have to drain and refill this week with my mayhems pastel green when I get the rest of the parts in.


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Originally Posted by ciarlatano View Post

The Apogee XL has very distinct stop points on the screws. You tighten them until they stop an do not use force after the stop point is reached.

Check the install section - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TivNOgQqW-M

Distinct stop is when the screw is all the way down.
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Also, i will be adding much higher resolution pics for everyone of the H220X2 in my build. Still deciding ehether or not i should add in the dyes onto the loop idk yet.

One last question/concern, are the Eloop noiseblockers supposed to make alot of sound when in full speed? For some reason to me they are louder than the helix when both are on max.

If you don't care about color, I wouldn't dyes sometimes have the habit of junking up the tubing and block.


I believe eloops have a higher db at higher RPM's.


Quick question how are the temps on H220-x2? I not sure if I should go with EK 240 or grab H220-x2/H240-X2.
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