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post #2251 of 20686
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I use painters tape when I install a new CPU water block as well. It works wonders for this kind of application.

Care to assist me once again? Im getting high temps now *sigh*

I followed every single bit of instruction, but I still get high temps. I don't really think its the TIM either, because it was exactly the same amount as on my 212 EVO, and the EVO performed quite decently...
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post #2252 of 20686
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So my core temp goes up to 53 C @ 1.375v 4.5 GHz and socket goes up to 68 C with my FX 8150 cooled by a H220? Is this good or bad? It was only ONE run on normal IBT

The 8150 does tend to be a rather hot running chip. Those temperatures look really good based on others that I've seen.
post #2253 of 20686
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It's also easier because the back plate nuts have been locked into their proper position from the first mounting. I'm only seeing a 4-5c difference from my old Hyper 612 PWM, so I may do a fresh mount and see if that helps.

after looking up the 612, it's a pretty good cooler, trailing the d14 by only 3 deg in Overclocker's club review. 240mm AIOs (h220, h100i, etc.) are only marginally better than the D14. Maybe 5C improvement isnt necessarily bad, but do see what a remount would do.

TomsHardware review puts the H100i 5C better than the D14.

but like the D14, air coolers seem to be reaching their maximum size.
Edited by ez12a - 4/30/13 at 10:19am
 
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Alright, thanks for relieving info... biggrin.gif'

EDIT: So the FX x3xx (PD) runs cooler then? I smell upgrade time (hehe) Either I will get 8320 or Steamroller
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post #2255 of 20686
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Care to assist me once again? Im getting high temps now *sigh*

I followed every single bit of instruction, but I still get high temps. I don't really think its the TIM either, because it was exactly the same amount as on my 212 EVO, and the EVO performed quite decently...

What were your temps like when you were using your air cooler? If your performance is worse with our H220 then there is an issue. It could also be that you just lost out on the silicone lottery. Not all processors are the same and it could be that yours just runs a bit hotter than others. Like I said though, your temperatures don't look that bad from what I've seen. I also don't know what your ambient temperature though is either.
post #2256 of 20686
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Care to assist me once again? Im getting high temps now *sigh*

I followed every single bit of instruction, but I still get high temps. I don't really think its the TIM either, because it was exactly the same amount as on my 212 EVO, and the EVO performed quite decently...

What were your temps like when you were using your air cooler? If your performance is worse with our H220 then there is an issue. It could also be that you just lost out on the silicone lottery. Not all processors are the same and it could be that yours just runs a bit hotter than others. Like I said though, your temperatures don't look that bad from what I've seen. I also don't know what your ambient temperature though is either.
Did you see my temps and questions a page or so back?
Edited by paleh0rse14 - 4/30/13 at 10:33am
post #2257 of 20686
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Have you guys considered designing and including a more secure rear bracket? I honestly don't think it's possible to install the H220 block WITHOUT it sliding all over the damn place -- since you essentially have to install it with one hand while doing some contortionist magic to reach around the back of the motherboard with the other hand to hold the bracket in place. Those tiny little stickers on the plastic bracket don't hold it in place AT ALL when you push down with the mounting screws from the front side.

Honestly, besides my seemingly poor thermal performance -- which I think is a result of the mounting issues -- that's my only complaint so far. I have no idea how I'm going to re-install this thing without seriously messing up the TIM every time...

Redesigning the back plate will be up to Gabe and Stephen. They're the engineers. I'm just a Customer Support Rep. I'll let you know if this is something that they'll consider.
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Redesigning the back plate will be up to Gabe and Stephen. They're the engineers. I'm just a Customer Support Rep. I'll let you know if this is something that they'll consider.
Fair enough! I'm seeing some poor core temps on my 3570k @ 4.3 GHz -- as high as 78C at load -- so I'm going to try to reapply the paste tonight. Since my temps were essentially the exact same with just my CM212 EVO HSF, I really need to figure out how to get these lower.

Do you happen to have any temperature stats for this CPU using only your stock H220 kit (2 Helix fans)?
post #2259 of 20686
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Originally Posted by paleh0rse14 View Post

Fair enough! I'm seeing some poor core temps on my 3570k @ 4.3 GHz -- as high as 78C at load -- so I'm going to try to reapply the paste tonight. Since my temps were essentially the exact same with just my CM212 EVO HSF, I really need to figure out how to get these lower.

Do you happen to have any temperature stats for this CPU using only your stock H220 kit (2 Helix fans)?

1st page has what you are looking for.
post #2260 of 20686
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Fair enough! I'm seeing some poor core temps on my 3570k @ 4.3 GHz -- as high as 78C at load -- so I'm going to try to reapply the paste tonight. Since my temps were essentially the exact same with just my CM212 EVO HSF, I really need to figure out how to get these lower.

Do you happen to have any temperature stats for this CPU using only your stock H220 kit (2 Helix fans)?

No, I don't have any data on that processor being used with our stock kit. From my understanding though that particular chip is notoriously difficult to cool. I think it has something to do with the thermal paste between the IHS and chip itself. I'm running an AMD processor in my home rig so I really don't know that much about Intel's chips. Sorry I couldn't be of more help.
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