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post #2991 of 20720
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Originally Posted by Watagump View Post

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.

Then, the pump has enough pressure for cooling a CPU + GPU with extra rad?
post #2992 of 20720
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Then, the pump has enough pressure for cooling a CPU + GPU with extra rad?

They added more than just 1 rad. Its near the end where they show the expanded setup.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tZgctchIQ7M
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post #2993 of 20720
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Then, the pump has enough pressure for cooling a CPU + GPU with extra rad?
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I have a 3570k and GTX670 w/ heatkiller full cover block in my loop. At stock, the H220 loop can handle these components with out issue. I've been able to run Prime 95 + MSI Kombuster for 30+ minutes and keep temps below 60C on my GPU and cpu cores. However, with a moderate overclock on my 3507k (4.4 GHz on 1.24v) and my GTX 670(121% power target, +122/350 clock/mem), I'm seeing temps over 85C on my hottest core after 15 minutes of that same combo, and that's running the fans at full speed.
post #2994 of 20720
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Then, the pump has enough pressure for cooling a CPU + GPU with extra rad?

absolutely. I would run at least an additional 120mm rad if not larger when adding a GPU. My 670 and an additional 120mm radiator allows me to maintain the low CPU temps I was getting with the unit in stock form.
 
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BramSLI1,

Just wanted to say that Martin's suggestion on doing testing on expanding the loop is fantastic. I know you guys have plenty to keep you busy, but this would really help out those of us who are looking to buy your products. Also, any word on that rumored H240?
post #2996 of 20720
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absolutely. I would run at least an additional 120mm rad if not larger when adding a GPU. My 670 and an additional 120mm radiator allows me to maintain the low CPU temps I was getting with the unit in stock form.

I saw your rig and it looks great, what temps have at gaming?
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I saw your rig and it looks great, what temps have at gaming?

Thanks, If I choose to run the h220 loop at maximum, both never break 50C during gaming.
 
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post #2998 of 20720
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I do have to say when I emptied the unit, there was a bunch of black debris. I had one of the newegg units that were drained and filled again. I'm glad I needed to make the hoses shorter as I bet it would have led to a problem down the road.
OK, that's a bit disconcerting. I wasn't planning to expand my loop, but now I think I'm going to open and drain it anyway...
post #2999 of 20720
As a warning to those considering making a mini-ITX computer with this, the ASRock Z77E-ITX motherboard is completely incompatible. In the natural direction the swivel arms interfere with the PCIe port and if you turn it 90 degrees the small heatsink at the back of the motherboard for the VRMs interfere with the swivel arms. I guess its time to plead my case to microcenter to see if they will take it back and replace it with a different motherboard.
post #3000 of 20720
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As a warning to those considering making a mini-ITX computer with this, the ASRock Z77E-ITX motherboard is completely incompatible. In the natural direction the swivel arms interfere with the PCIe port and if you turn it 90 degrees the small heatsink at the back of the motherboard for the VRMs interfere with the swivel arms. I guess its time to plead my case to microcenter to see if they will take it back and replace it with a different motherboard.

We actually have this on the compatibility tab on the H220 so that others won't make this mistake.
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