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post #2311 of 20817
Well I was watching some videos on Youtube when I noticed stuttering so I closed the browser and I see an alert on mu desktop that my CPU hit 77c. I thought that was pretty odd so I open CoreTemp and see the CPU is at 97c. I immediately powered off the system to check what was wrong. It seems the pump is dead after about 50 hours of use. I am on my phone right now so I don't know if anything else is damaged yet. This is extremely disappointing.
Edited by Semper Fidelis - 5/1/13 at 6:22am
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Double post.
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Well I was watching some videos on Youtube when I noticed stuttering so I closed the browser and I see an alert on mu desktop that my CPU hit 77c. I thought that was pretty odd so I open CoreTemp and see the CPU is at 97c. I immediately powered off the system to check what was wrong. It seems the pump is dead after about 50 hours of use. I am on my phone right now so I don't know if anything else is damaged yet. This is extremely disappointing.

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Has anyone tried Noctua NF-F12 fans on the rad to see if they cool any better than the Helix ones.Just curious, I have 2 on my old H100i and might switch them if they cool any better.
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Has anyone tried Noctua NF-F12 fans on the rad to see if they cool any better than the Helix ones.Just curious, I have 2 on my old H100i and might switch them if they cool any better.

I believe that is how Linus tested them and they did improve. I would personally just add (2) more helix fans to get more performance and they are far cheaper.
post #2316 of 20817
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Received my H220 in the mail yesterday. Went straight to it until 5AM in the morning to get it done. Very satisfying!
Nice. Temps? Your experience with building and bleeding it?
As Nostra mentioned you can avoid the cross of the pump tubing, you just have to turn the pump upside down. That is why I turned mine upside down, so the “in” side of the pump was on the right side. Then I snaked the pump cable under my ram and up to the bay to the Swiftech splitter.
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Has anyone tried Noctua NF-F12 fans on the rad to see if they cool any better than the Helix ones.Just curious, I have 2 on my old H100i and might switch them if they cool any better.
I am using NF-F12 fans on both my H220 units. It is not so much about better performance for me, it was just that I like the sound (or lack thereof) of the Noctua fans at low speed. The Noctua are nice and I like them, but I can definitely see many people not seeing it worthwhile to spend that much when the stock H220 fans are not bad at all.
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Nice. Temps? Your experience with building and bleeding it?
As Nostra mentioned you can avoid the cross of the pump tubing, you just have to turn the pump upside down. That is why I turned mine upside down, so the “in” side of the pump was on the right side. Then I snaked the pump cable under my ram and up to the bay to the Swiftech splitter.
I am using NF-F12 fans on both my H220 units. It is not so much about better performance for me, it was just that I like the sound (or lack thereof) of the Noctua fans at low speed. The Noctua are nice and I like them, but I can definitely see many people not seeing it worthwhile to spend that much when the stock H220 fans are not bad at all.

Also, the top of the pump is removable. you can turn the pump upside down and flip the top if you want to have the logo still facing upright.
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I completely forgot I could change the face plate. I kind of like the way it looks with the crossed tubing.. from a third person perspective, what do you guys think? Does it look better without crossed tubes?

I get about 49 degrees max running the Heaven Benchmark for 30 minutes.
FPS: 38.6
Score: 972
Min FPS: 15.4
Max FPS: 93.5

Settings:
Render: Direct3D11
Mode: 1920x1080 8xAA fullscreen
Preset: Custom
Quality: Ultra
Tessellation: Extreme

Thats with:
3570k stock
2x 6970 stock
Koolance 360mm rad (30 fpi)
H220 pump and rad

I haven't overclocked anything yet. Still testing for stability, leakage, and whatnot.
post #2319 of 20817
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I completely forgot I could change the face plate. I kind of like the way it looks with the crossed tubing.. from a third person perspective, what do you guys think? Does it look better without crossed tubes?

I agree, I like the crossed look better. It's personal pref on looks anyway.

Nice setup overall. thumb.gif
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i agree i like the crossed look also.
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