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Thanks for mentioning that Phelan, I appreciate it. I was about to when I noticed your post. thumb.gif

Well, if you need anyone to test out a couple of 670 reference blocks with an H220, I'd be happy to volunteer! tongue.gif
post #2692 of 20784
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Well, if you need anyone to test out a couple of 670 reference blocks with an H220, I'd be happy to volunteer! tongue.gif

Actually I think we're doing that here in our lab as part of our validation process. Thanks anyway though. biggrin.gif
Edited by BramSLI1 - 5/14/13 at 1:27pm
post #2693 of 20784
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Originally Posted by Phelan View Post

Swiftech will soon be releasing NV Komodo blocks for reference design 670s, 680s, Titans, and 690s. They actually look even better than the AMD Komodos because they have stainless accents on the sides and brushed aluminum backplate if I understand correctly. They can be seen on thei facebook page (which everyone here should go "like" btw).

Yea, they are gorgeous.

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Thanks for mentioning that Phelan, I appreciate it. I was about to when I noticed your post. thumb.gif

Haha, yea I think I was first to troll the album and call you and Stephen out for kicks on Saturday. I just happened to look at my phone at the perfect time. Those blocks look amazing, too bad I already have an EK titan block and backplate... Anyone WTB EK titan block and Backplate or trade for the ST ones? My cooling would be 100% Swiftech if I had that block xD
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Actually I think we're doing that here in our lab as part of our evaluation process. Thanks anyway though. biggrin.gif

aww come on some of us 670 guys would loooove to try out the new blocks for ya. tongue.gif
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I have a 7970 HD Komodo on my card (untested yet), and it's beautiful just sitting there!
The AMDs do have chrome accents around the edges, on the inside facing area of the block. Looks really good! thumb.gif




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post #2696 of 20784
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Actually I think we're doing that here in our lab as part of our evaluation process. Thanks anyway though. biggrin.gif

I would recommend that Swiftech provide some "expansion guidance" data bad. There are a ton of people asking questions like:

Can it handle and overclocked 3930K and overclocked 680i in the same loop without an extra rad?
What would be the difference if you added a single mcr120qp to that?
What sort of temp drop would you see with an overclocked 3930k plus mcr120?
What about a 2600k + 670 in the same loop. Is an extra radiator necessary?
What about expanding with a motherboard block, 680, ram, mcr120? What sort of radiator add on is needed?

Based on the forum conversations, I would say there is a strong need for "how to design an expanded h220" loop. There are hydraulics and heat load limitations, but no where is there a means for usrs to understand what those are. The expansion filling video is a great start, but how about some configuaration heat load and restriction guidance?

I would suggest a table developed showing various expansion configurations and resulting CPU/GPU temps.

Any chance you can help the users out with something like that?

I would also suggest a recommendation for those that must run the rad inverted. A simple Tline install video or something would do.

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I would recommend that Swiftech provide some "expansion guidance" data bad. There are a ton of people asking questions like:

Can it handle and overclocked 3930K and overclocked 680i in the same loop without an extra rad?
What would be the difference if you added a single mcr120qp to that?
What sort of temp drop would you see with an overclocked 3930k plus mcr120?
What about a 2600k + 670 in the same loop. Is an extra radiator necessary?
What about expanding with a motherboard block, 680, ram, mcr120? What sort of radiator add on is needed?

Based on the forum conversations, I would say there is a strong need for "how to design an expanded h220" loop. There are hydraulics and heat load limitations, but no where is there a means for usrs to understand what those are. The expansion filling video is a great start, but how about some configuaration heat load and restriction guidance?

I would suggest a table developed showing various expansion configurations and resulting CPU/GPU temps.

Any chance you can help the users out with something like that?

I would also suggest a recommendation for those that must run the rad inverted. A simple Tline install video or something would do.

Martin

Thank you very much for your suggestion Martin, and I'll take this up with Stephen to see about putting something like that together. I'm sure Phelan would be able to post it on the first page of this forum too, once it's finished.
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Thank you very much for your suggestion Martin, and I'll take this up with Stephen to see about putting something like that together. I'm sure Phelan would be able to post it on the first page of this forum too, once it's finished.

For sure! Just say when biggrin.gif
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post #2699 of 20784
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Originally Posted by Phelan View Post

For sure! Just say when biggrin.gif

It's going to be when we have time rolleyes.gif and when we're able to finalize and compile the data. I'll keep you posted, but it's going to be a little while.
post #2700 of 20784
I got my Swiftech H220 in today. Very easy and straight forward installation. Idle temps are great so far, haven't ran and stress test so I'll post on load temp a little later.

Here's some pics



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