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Originally Posted by Brennan Hodges View Post

can i just add a rad to the h220 unit? do i need a res or anything else?

The stock rad has the res built in, so just adding another is fine.
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What do you think of the Black Ice GTX Xtreme 240 Radiator? Going to require higher fan speeds with 20 FPI, but it looks pretty slick. The more I look, the more confused I get with radiator pricing.
i wish i could tell you but i dont have any experience with any other watercooling stuff beyond swiftech and my alphacool rad redface.gif
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Originally Posted by Brennan Hodges View Post

can i just add a rad to the h220 unit? do i need a res or anything else?

you can add any rad you want as long as the h220 rad/res is still in the loop and ideally located above the pump.
 
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will i see any improvement if i replace AS5 tim to the TIM mate from swift tech? im running 3570k @ 4.5GHz on 1.255V and getting ~38 idle and high 60s load (prime 95 10 min)
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How funny, out of all the research I did on the unit, I NEVER even looked or thought about the compatibility tab.

Same here at least for motherboards. I bought the motherboard and cpu a week before Microcenter had the H220 in stock.
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Originally Posted by Brennan Hodges View Post

will i see any improvement if i replace AS5 tim to the TIM mate from swift tech? im running 3570k @ 4.5GHz on 1.255V and getting ~38 idle and high 60s load (prime 95 10 min)

You will see better results if you delid than use CLU on die and IHS.
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Originally Posted by Brennan Hodges View Post

will i see any improvement if i replace AS5 tim to the TIM mate from swift tech? im running 3570k @ 4.5GHz on 1.255V and getting ~38 idle and high 60s load (prime 95 10 min)

Maybe, and I do mean maybe, most good tims are within 1-2 degrees of each other.
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I had to bring this here, xbit saying the X60 is better. What I find hard to believe, is the X40 hanging with the H220 using 2 fans.

http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/coolers/display/nzxt-kraken-x60_4.html
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post #3018 of 20720
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We actually have this on the compatibility tab on the H220 so that others won't make this mistake.

I just took a look. The PCIe slot yes. But using the low profile ram from crucial, the ram wasn't the limiting factor it was the strangely shaped heatsink in the back that was the ultimate impediment. If microcenter doesn't let me exchange the motherboard for the Asus, I'll come up with something that cools those VRMs but likely voids the motherboard warranty. It does delay my mobile Oculus Rift development/demo platform. I didn't realize that MC had changed their motherboard exchange policy down to 15 days, which means I'm a few days outside (stupid flu taking me down for nearly 10 days).

How long has the motherboard been on the compatibility page?

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Microcenter rocks! Let me exchange for the Asus without even calling in a manager. OR dev/demo station back on track.
Edited by Davron - 5/20/13 at 6:12pm
post #3019 of 20720
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those EK rads are not that great. i would suggest Alphacool UT60.

Yes i know, but i like that because it has port and do not want to buy a res. And the only rads with res than i nkow are the swiftech (i dont like) and this EKs
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Originally Posted by Watagump View Post

I had to bring this here, xbit saying the X60 is better. What I find hard to believe, is the X40 hanging with the H220 using 2 fans.

http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/coolers/display/nzxt-kraken-x60_4.html

Junk review IMO. They don't list ambient temps, TIM used (since they did mount the cooler on two different CPUs mind you) ,or mounting methods, all of which could account for most if not all temperature differences.
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