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post #2951 of 20767
I am wanting to order a single 120mm rad to expand my h220. What would you guys recommend? Looking to go the cheapest route here, will need coolant, tubing, and the fittings (likely barb).
post #2952 of 20767
Still no UK release yet?
post #2953 of 20767
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I have tried to explain everything to him from better rad, pump, etc. Even telling him I have owned both, he just isn't having it. He has even watched youtube videos that prove the H220 is better, but since the X60 isn't on the list he doesn't get it. The H110 is on the list and its pretty much the same as the X60.

some people arent worth persuading, he sounds like one. Persuade him with pictures of your soon to be custom h220 loop. thumb.gif
 
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post #2954 of 20767
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i think i have a defective unit. I have re mounded with arctic silver TIM a few times and temps are the same. I'm running 3570k at 4.5GHz 1.255V and im idling at ~38-40 with load high 60s. is this normal? it performs the same as my damn CM 212 evo i had on before this, not to mention louder also.
AS5 is ok, does take 200hrs to cure. Use the TIM from Swiftech.
How have you set up and plugged in the H220.
As for temps, it varies on ambient and internal airflow with either Push or Pull setup.

Need more info on your system setup.
    
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post #2955 of 20767
stock h220 fans in pull config plugged into the splitter that came with the unit. the pump is also plugged into this thing with that then plugging into my cpu header. in a fractal define r4 mounted on top.
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stock h220 fans in pull config plugged into the splitter that came with the unit. the pump is also plugged into this thing with that then plugging into my cpu header. in a fractal define r4 mounted on top.
How is your bios set up?
What settings is done?
What is your ambient temps?
What is internal temps and airflow?
Please leave more details on setup?
    
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post #2957 of 20767
21 ambient, im a noob so i will assume you mean what kind of bios so MSI UEFI click bios 2. i have xmp on and vcore to 1.255 with 45 multi. thats all i have touched in bios. system temp is ~30 2 intake 1 exsaust out back with the 2 h220 fan exsaust. 660ti PE, msi gd-55 mobo, corsair 140mm af in back
post #2958 of 20767
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Originally Posted by Brennan Hodges View Post

i think i have a defective unit. I have re mounded with arctic silver TIM a few times and temps are the same. I'm running 3570k at 4.5GHz 1.255V and im idling at ~38-40 with load high 60s. is this normal? it performs the same as my damn CM 212 evo i had on before this, not to mention louder also.

I remounted the 212 in my girlfriends case using the Swiftech TIM, temps dropped 2c from what I was seeing with the AS5 that I had originally mounted it with...and it's had over a year of cure time with daily on/off cycles. Anecdotal, but IMO the Swiftech TIM Mate is better than the AS5.


At 4.4 GHz 1.210V my 3570k idle temps are between 38-40c with an ambient temp of almost 29c (third floor is a ***** to keep cool.) This is with the pump running at 1200 RPM (minimum) and the fans at 1130 RPM. My load temps on a P95 blend test are in the high 60's as well.
post #2959 of 20767
It could just be the TIM between the die and IHS that is limiting your performance. Im not seeing any better temps than I was getting with an Antec Kuhler 620, however, I am able to run the pump and fans at 15% in speedfan which makes them barely audible and still cools my CPU at load without ramping.

The 620 was much louder than the H220 at low RPM's. You are better off using the TIM that came with the H220 also, it should perform better than AS5.
post #2960 of 20767
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Still no UK release yet?

yeah we already had a uk release

but they have all sold out

saw it on tekheads.co.uk and specialtech and overclock.co.uk
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