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?

it is a "loop" there really isnt a "before" the only "rule" about placement is again res>pump

the rest of the components do not matter,

i would make sure you get a "good" filter ( such as the aquacomputer filter )

again you need to make sure your loop flow is reasonable, and i will add NO you do not need a filter, for the most part it is useless, but some like it, and some feel better with one

i like it for looks ( the one i linked )
Pumps push better than they pull, simple as that. But for an inline filter in a system for cleaning makes little difference if it is before or after the pump unless is is a very restrictive filter, like a automotive oil filter.

Someone comments that loop order doesn't make any difference. Will it may only be a few degrees, it does make a difference. Coolant temp after radiator is lower than before. If it is not the radiator is not doing what it is supposed to do. And the cooler the coolant in the component block is the more heat it can draw from component. Fact is most loops keep components at a low enough temp the difference between radiator intake and exhaust isn't enough to be concerned about. 40c or 45c make little difference, even 40c to 50c isn't a mote.
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Does anyone know if I can fit the H220 X2 onto an ASRock X99E-ITX? I hear it might need something particular for the mounting but I'm not quite sure what that would be. If so...I think I might go with another 5820k in my HTPC (just like my desktop) instead of a 6600K or 6700K.
post #18533 of 20822
How long can I run the H320 on pure distilled water? I use the standard battery refill water from the local car shop and wondering how long it can run without refreshing the fluid.

The stock fluid that was in it started to break down after like 2 years and temps went up fast.
I had to clean everything because there was plasticizer and other gunk built up all over the CPU blocks channels and in the pump too.

Everythings clean now and temps are back to normal with the distilled water but as it isn't demineralized it's not free of calcium and such..
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All running , and can barely hear any sound from the Pump when leak testing, really thought I would hear some but none running at full wack.
Not sure if this is due to two extremely restrictive GPX blocks but they are cooling extremely well and Helix fans do a bang up job, running at 60% speed via CAM for CPU temp of 50c with 40% for idle 25c temp. Took a bit of testing with fan speeds to supply a good airflow to CPU, not heat up to much and remain quite. GPUs remain at 40c max when 100% but with a low CPU usage which is perfect.




really wish I knew about the X2 sooner or even that it was released sooner in EU/UK
post #18535 of 20822
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Does anyone know if I can fit the H220 X2 onto an ASRock X99E-ITX? I hear it might need something particular for the mounting but I'm not quite sure what that would be. If so...I think I might go with another 5820k in my HTPC (just like my desktop) instead of a 6600K or 6700K.

The Asrock X99E-iTX uses a narrow server style 2011 v3 block. You need something like this for mounting a waterblock. https://www.ekwb.com/shop/mounting-plate-supremacy-lga-2011-narrow-ilm

I was unable to find a mounting kit from Swiftech, in fact any other waterblock other than the EK.
Edited by rfarmer - 2/29/16 at 4:39am
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How long can I run the H320 on pure distilled water? I use the standard battery refill water from the local car shop and wondering how long it can run without refreshing the fluid.

The stock fluid that was in it started to break down after like 2 years and temps went up fast.
I had to clean everything because there was plasticizer and other gunk built up all over the CPU blocks channels and in the pump too.

Everythings clean now and temps are back to normal with the distilled water but as it isn't demineralized it's not free of calcium and such..

you'll get 10 different answers on that one, but.. most common is at least add a couple drops of PT Nuke for biocide. personally I had run distilled+biocide for awhile but I had added another radiator and introduced chrome plated fittings to the loop so I began to see corrosion. if the water you're using is distilled it shouldn't have much (any?) minerals in it, but I'm not sure. depends on the distillation process. you can get calcium and other deposit buildup if it isn't pure enough. personally I haven't seen any breakdown of mayhems XT-1 concentrate - but I use de-ionized water with it (which is also distilled/demineralized). concentrates won't help if your main water source is bad though.
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How long can I run the H320 on pure distilled water? I use the standard battery refill water from the local car shop and wondering how long it can run without refreshing the fluid.

The stock fluid that was in it started to break down after like 2 years and temps went up fast.
I had to clean everything because there was plasticizer and other gunk built up all over the CPU blocks channels and in the pump too.

Everythings clean now and temps are back to normal with the distilled water but as it isn't demineralized it's not free of calcium and such..

How did you clean the cpu block and the pump? Did you have to open them up? Or you just flush them with distilled water and Vinegar?
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?

it is a "loop" there really isnt a "before" the only "rule" about placement is again res>pump

the rest of the components do not matter,

i would make sure you get a "good" filter ( such as the aquacomputer filter )

again you need to make sure your loop flow is reasonable, and i will add NO you do not need a filter, for the most part it is useless, but some like it, and some feel better with one

i like it for looks ( the one i linked )
Pumps push better than they pull, simple as that. But for an inline filter in a system for cleaning makes little difference if it is before or after the pump unless is is a very restrictive filter, like a automotive oil filter.

Someone comments that loop order doesn't make any difference. Will it may only be a few degrees, it does make a difference. Coolant temp after radiator is lower than before. If it is not the radiator is not doing what it is supposed to do. And the cooler the coolant in the component block is the more heat it can draw from component. Fact is most loops keep components at a low enough temp the difference between radiator intake and exhaust isn't enough to be concerned about. 40c or 45c make little difference, even 40c to 50c isn't a mote.
Here is no push or pull, it is a loop. If you are pumping from "a" to "b" it is a bit different but generally people still want to filter the water.

It does not matter where you put it. Note loop order doesn't really help, iirc Martin tested it but I could be wrong, if you would like I can look for the article when I get home

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How long can I run the H320 on pure distilled water? I use the standard battery refill water from the local car shop and wondering how long it can run without refreshing the fluid.

The stock fluid that was in it started to break down after like 2 years and temps went up fast.
I had to clean everything because there was plasticizer and other gunk built up all over the CPU blocks channels and in the pump too.

Everythings clean now and temps are back to normal with the distilled water but as it isn't demineralized it's not free of calcium and such..

you'll get 10 different answers on that one, but.. most common is at least add a couple drops of PT Nuke for biocide. personally I had run distilled+biocide for awhile but I had added another radiator and introduced chrome plated fittings to the loop so I began to see corrosion. if the water you're using is distilled it shouldn't have much (any?) minerals in it, but I'm not sure. depends on the distillation process. you can get calcium and other deposit buildup if it isn't pure enough. personally I haven't seen any breakdown of mayhems XT-1 concentrate - but I use de-ionized water with it (which is also distilled/demineralized). concentrates won't help if your main water source is bad though.

As stated above the big issue is bacteria growth, you need some forms of biocides. You can push at least 2 years, moat like to drain and refill at least 1 per year, some do 2 years. Personal pref
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Here is no push or pull, it is a loop. If you are pumping from "a" to "b" it is a bit different but generally people still want to filter the water.

It does not matter where you put it. Note loop order doesn't really help, iirc Martin tested it but I could be wrong, if you would like I can look for the article when I get home
While a loop has less resistance than pumping over long distances, there is still resistance. A good example of loops with pump 'pushing' is the cooling systems on engines.
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Is this a crack? Near the top led inside the res. NEVERMIND, JUST A REFLECTION.



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