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post #2271 of 20686
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And this is why I'm so tempted to Delid.

You and me both...
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post #2272 of 20686
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Be sure and share with them you have to use painters tape! I'll second the recommendation on the CM 212 backplate design - they should take a look at it. It went together trivially.

I don't have an H220. I'm using an Apogee HD and with just about every air cooler or water block that I've had I've had to use painters tape to hold the back plate in place.
post #2273 of 20686
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Originally Posted by AlDyer View Post

I am not so sure about that, because you should remember that this is AMD, but im not sure what this thing is capable of.. Im just a bit worried, because many people go up to 1.6 volts and 5 GHz on water, stable. And their temps don't go over 61 C o.O

Hate to say it, but everyone telling you to delid are 100% correct. It simply doesn't matter how good your on IHS cooling is when you have bad contact between die and IHS. This plagues all IB chips and if you have a particularly bad gap, you won't see good temperatures until you take the top off. I have a 1.328v 4.8ghz 3770k, and that chip will hit 96C when folding, and it has nothing to do with my H220 and MCR-220 and everything to do with a bad connection to the top.

When I have time the top will be coming off my chip, probably when my z77e-ITX RMA replacement comes back. You just need to do it, or except high temperatures.... since you bought the H220 to get better temps.. the bad news is simply that you'll need a 2500k or to delid your 3570k.
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post #2274 of 20686
Are you saying that it could be completely possible to see no improvement AT ALL when switching from a CM212 to the H220? Interesting...
Edited by paleh0rse14 - 4/30/13 at 1:10pm
post #2275 of 20686
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Originally Posted by BramSLI1 View Post

I don't have an H220. I'm using an Apogee HD and with just about every air cooler or water block that I've had I've had to use painters tape to hold the back plate in place.

The problem arises from the pre assembly of the H220, you have to fight the force of the hoses in order to center and mount the block.
post #2276 of 20686
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Originally Posted by Avonosac View Post

Hate to say it, but everyone telling you to delid are 100% correct. It simply doesn't matter how good your on IHS cooling is when you have bad contact between die and IHS. This plagues all IB chips and if you have a particularly bad gap, you won't see good temperatures until you take the top off. I have a 1.328v 4.8ghz 3770k, and that chip will hit 96C when folding, and it has nothing to do with my H220 and MCR-220 and everything to do with a bad connection to the top.

When I have time the top will be coming off my chip, probably when my z77e-ITX RMA replacement comes back. You just need to do it, or except high temperatures.... since you bought the H220 to get better temps.. the bad news is simply that you'll need a 2500k or to delid your 3570k.

Going to be RMAing my 3570k, if the new one has better contact I may not delid, if it doesn't I'm about 75% certain I'll go for it.
post #2277 of 20686
Here's my HAF XM - Z77X-UD5H Installation Album.
post #2278 of 20686
When my new tim comes in, gonna see if the mounting system from corsair works http://www.corsair.com/en/hydro-series-h80i-h100i-intel-lga-1155-1156-1366-2011-mounting-bracket-kit.html
post #2279 of 20686
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Here's my HAF XM - Z77X-UD5H Installation Album.
That slot for the res fits perfect.
    
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post #2280 of 20686
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When my new tim comes in, gonna see if the mounting system from corsair works http://www.corsair.com/en/hydro-series-h80i-h100i-intel-lga-1155-1156-1366-2011-mounting-bracket-kit.html

It's pretty much identical. The issue may be the thread pitch and screw size.

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