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post #2381 of 20817
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Originally Posted by TechSilver13 View Post

At higher voltage and OC the H220 stretches its legs against the H100i. Push that chip further :-)

This point need reinforcing. At stock voltages and speed you don't see much of a cooling impact from moving to the H220, but pushy an Ivybridge to 1.3v and the differences become clear.

The results below are from a 3770k at 1.3V and the clock speed is dialed up to 4500MHz



From: http://www.rwlabs.com/article.php?cat=&id=784&pagenumber=7
post #2382 of 20817
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Originally Posted by Nightz2k View Post

Just showing my own personal tests using PRIME95 Blend (default test) for at least 1 hour each time. Fans at 100% speeds, no less.

i5 2500k @4.5GHz with 1.3v

H100i with stock fans
MAX Temps: 54, 58, 56, 54

H220 With stock fans
MAX Temps: 56, 59, 55, 55

H220 with Corsair H100i fans
MAX Temps: 53, 57, 52, 53

All pretty much the same ambient temps and used PK-1 TIM each time.

I'm satisfied considering the noise level is a good trade off. The Corsair fans are much louder for minimal gain.

Screenshots:

With helix fans the h100i comes pretty close. Add better fans and you can see it'll get better. If you can pick up some F12s or GTs to get the better performance w/o the noise. thumb.gif
 
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I asked this in the corsair hydro forum and they said "not really" for their products but do shrouds help any on the h220?
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I asked this in the corsair hydro forum and they said "not really" for their products but do shrouds help any on the h220?

Not sure about that, but I do know a 240mm radiator gasket can help if you don't have the fans attached directly to the radiator.
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Originally Posted by Skullwipe View Post

This point need reinforcing. At stock voltages and speed you don't see much of a cooling impact from moving to the H220, but pushy an Ivybridge to 1.3v and the differences become clear.

The results below are from a 3770k at 1.3V and the clock speed is dialed up to 4500MHz



From: http://www.rwlabs.com/article.php?cat=&id=784&pagenumber=7

Martin has the H100i performing better than H220 on a 3930k @ 1.44v. Of course at the cost of being very loud.

http://martinsliquidlab.org/2013/03/12/swiftech-h220-vs-corsair-h100i-noise-testing/

 
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I got the H220 for expandability with no real performance loss. Everyone's results will vary with so many different setups anyway. It's all good, I'm more than happy with it!
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I got the H220 for expandability with no real performance loss. Everyone's results will vary with so many different setups anyway. It's all good, I'm more than happy with it!

As am I, and I won't be expanding it.smile.gif
 
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Only had it running since late Monday night, but my 2 Helix fans are making a slight buzzing noise. I've adjusted the screw tension with no change, so I've eliminated over or under tightening as a possibility, this is at a whopping 1150 RPM. Not sure what else to try.
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if the pump/waterblock ever going to be sold separately ? ... i got a haswell build itx coming up for a client , and i wanna use it


( and save as much money as i want lol )


and off topic , a Monsta 240 can cool off a Titan and a Haswell CPU ( Haswell CPU is less W than the current ones)
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