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Originally Posted by Nilsom View Post

Swiftech H220 can handle the two titans with good temps
I want to block the titans but I am very fear,
never done this before
I already have Swiftech H220

thanks to all

Nilsom, by now there should be some good videos on YouTube that can show you step by step how to block your Titans. As Sp33d Junki3 mentioned though, you're going to need to add a second radiator to cool those cards. I would suggest getting an MCR220 QP or XP for them.
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Originally Posted by bond32 View Post

Just ordered a single 120mm rad to add to my h220. Pretty excited, never really thought I would get this much into the watercooling.

yes I will add another rad,
but will have good temps
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I have been hearing everywhere that the push/pull fans should be the exact same for the rads?

I take it this is because the fans will push/pull the same amount of air at the same speeds - however is it really that bad to mix/match them? I am not talking 4 different fans, but I have 2 x AP-15's in push with 2 x EnerMax Vegas fans in pull. Would something like this honestly make a big difference compared to having 4 x AP-15's?

On my other rad, I have 2 X Cougar 120mm fans in push and 2 x EnerMax Vegas fans in pull. Vid never goes above 48C and gpu never above 42C. What do you guys think?
What happens is the SP and airflow is different. The stronger fans in push will affect the speed at which the pull fans react and cause abnormal sound profiles.
The fans you have are all different in terms of SP, CFM and RPM. Some fans work better in push than pull others no difference.
    
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I have been hearing everywhere that the push/pull fans should be the exact same for the rads?

I take it this is because the fans will push/pull the same amount of air at the same speeds - however is it really that bad to mix/match them? I am not talking 4 different fans, but I have 2 x AP-15's in push with 2 x EnerMax Vegas fans in pull. Would something like this honestly make a big difference compared to having 4 x AP-15's?

On my other rad, I have 2 X Cougar 120mm fans in push and 2 x EnerMax Vegas fans in pull. Vid never goes above 48C and gpu never above 42C. What do you guys think?

It's not about the effects on temperature, it's about turbulence (noise) and MTBF. With thin, low FPI rads like the H220 there's minimal reduction of airspeed as it passes through the radiator, if the CFM rating of the pull fan is lower than that of the push fan it could be accelerated past it's normal RPM range. In the opposite situation the low CFM push fan may introduce more resistance causing the pull fan to work harder.

What it really comes down to is that it MAY reduce the life of the fans by an indeterminable amount, and certain combination will lead to more noise, or a frequency/pitch that bothers you. The noise (turbulence), frequency, or lord help you constructive interference due to the difference in RPM (think vibration) are the real reason I'd avoid it.
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How does this look? I saw it hit 88 once but it seems to be cooler now. Prime 95 small FFT


Looks like we have similar chips. I had a little better temps before I went the delid route with CLU on the IHS and die. After......running 4.5 @ 1.284 with it maxing around 58C (that is a full hour run on OCCT).
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Just ordered a single 120mm rad to add to my h220. Pretty excited, never really thought I would get this much into the watercooling.

WC is like drugs, Once you start, you want some more over time
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Hi Gabe,

Are you planning any testing to help these guys out with all these expansion questions?

I completely agree with the real life load scenario being different, but their is a huge hole in "expansion guidance" right now. No or very little good data to suggest or support if and when the expanded heat load begins to need expanded radiator capacity or what the temperature benefits would be expanding the radiator with more. Everyone has to guess based on a scramble of uncontrolled user based data scattered throughout which leads to confusion and guesswork.

It would be a huge posotive supporting contribution for the users planning expansion if there was a table of various configurations showing CPU & GPU temps.

As you suggested it would be nice to consider real world heat loads and to help users understand what those are.. Maybe a looping high heat game demo or something proven to be a healthy common real world test could be used to keep heat levels more in line with actual real world heat loads. Perhaps 3-4 load scenarios just to show that, one synthetic CPU stress, one synthetic GPU stress, and one real world gaming benchmark, and one HD video rendering to show the range of real world loads?

Thanks for considering it.

I would have attempted to test this myself, but lack the resources to do this.

If I buy a 680 or 690 or some other high end card, what temperatures can I expect added to my 3930@ 4.5.?

What if i added two 680s in SLI, what temps in real world use would I see? What if i added a single mcr120 to that mix?

Those are the many examples of questions I have myself and unable to answer and many users out there have similar "what if I expand with X or Y or Z or X+Z" type questions.

I'm thinking a simple "expansion configuration" cpu & gpu table would work just fine. Leave the CPU and GPU blocks permanently mounted to eliminate mounting variables and simply run some chosen gaming demo loop (or perhaps more than one load scenario) with a variety of hardware and radiator expansion configurations and log the data corrected to a constant ambient. Should be easy testing really..a day or two of testing maybe. You could even show off how great the new quick disconnects work..smile.gif

Thanks for considering it. I asked Bryan too but haven't heard any further discussion. Wanted to do it myself too but can't.

I just hate seeing everyone stuggle with the expansion planning. They need some sort of table/tool to help them plan their expansion needs a little. Figured you guys might consider it if suggested?

Thanks!
Martin

Martin, this sounds like a very good idea. I did take it up with Stephen and he said that when we have the time to do something like this we'll try to put it together. As of right now though I really don't see this happening anytime soon. I'll keep everyone here posted though if that changes.
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Bram, and chance of the new Lok-Seal QDC's being released in black?
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Someone have a temps test with a gpu? or not is recommendable add a gpu?
I want add a 670 (MSI OC).
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Someone have a temps test with a gpu? or not is recommendable add a gpu?
I want add a 670 (MSI OC).

They have a video of the H220 cooling 2 7970 and the CPU, from CES this year. Of course in the video they also added radiators, but the pump can handle that loop.
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