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post #3061 of 20728
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Originally Posted by justanoldman View Post

The H220 can handle that chip and card with mild ocs, but if you want really good temps you will need more rad space. The tubing is 3/8-5/8 and you can buy more of the same stock tubing from them or replace it all with something else that size. The Swiftech coolant can be reused right after you get it and are expanding it, but you will need more since you are adding another gpu block.

I wouldn’t top off that much with distilled, I would order another bottle of the HydX PM coolant. You should probably strain the coolant from the H220 through a coffee filter to make sure there are not bits of anything in it, and flush the rad and pump with distilled before filling it back up. That way you make sure there is nothing floating around in there.

To add the gpu you will need two more 3/8-5/8 fittings as well. Definitely do not use any car coolant, you will need to confirm with Swiftech before using anything other than their coolant in the unit. Besides the stock coolant I believe you are safe with distilled and a good additive.

Cheers! Couldn't I run distilled water + an additive for 24/7?

We don't really want extreme overclocks, as it's not going to be for me. But for someone else, so a mild overclock with *moderate* temperatures is what I am aiming for, whilst being at a low cost.
If temps are bad I have a RX120 Radiator sitting here that I planned for my own build but I don't *need* it, so If temps are bad I'll use that.

Again, only aiming for say 4.4GHz (or maybe a tad less) on the 3570k, running 1100MHz on the GPU as that matters more for gaming.

I like the idea of the coffee filter, may have to put that to plan! smile.gif
I will probably just get a new concentrate though, seeing as I'll need to add more anyway. (I can't get that stuff easily here). I'd prefer to run distilled, but I'll run some cheap computer coolant if distilled is a no-go. I'll obviously flush it out with distilled before putting the new coolant in seeing as the old coolant will be left in there, as for tubing I'm looking at getting a kit of either black or red primochill (I have red and it's great quality). Obviously in the correct size.

Not sure if anything else needs to be added, considering getting a watercooling RAM kit just to be cool, but I think it's overkill and the heatspreaders look nice too.

EDIT: +rep
 
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post #3062 of 20728
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have you gone to the Advanced tab in Speedfan, selected your chipset, and switched the control for the headers to manual? I go over how to do this in a video: http://youtu.be/r7s_XXuiYmU

Played around with the settings, but the only options are "on/off", or "smartguardian" both of which don't change when I adjust the PWM percentage.

Edit: NVM was able to change the PWM percentage, however the pump speed doesn't seem to change.
Edited by bond32 - 5/21/13 at 10:07am
post #3063 of 20728
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Originally Posted by justanoldman View Post

That all looks fine, but you left out the size of your extra rad, 120, 220, 320?
The pump will have no trouble with two gpus and two extra rads, so it will handle yours easily. As far as temps go, that depends on the size of your extra rad and how much you oc both things.

I like full cover blocks so I can’t comment on the universal one, I think you need some heatsinks for the mem though. Email Swiftech with your specific video card and they can confirm what else you need.

Awesome.

i was thinking of at least 120 rad

The 3570k is 4.6 @ 1.20v

the 7950 is at 1180/1585 @ 1.26v


i realize that full cover blocks would be optimal but i don't have a reference card.

http://www.swiftech.com/HD7900-HSF.aspx

i forgot that in my originial list, but i had intended to include it
post #3064 of 20728
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Originally Posted by neXen View Post

Awesome.

i was thinking of at least 120 rad

The 3570k is 4.6 @ 1.20v

the 7950 is at 1180/1585 @ 1.26v


i realize that full cover blocks would be optimal but i don't have a reference card.

http://www.swiftech.com/HD7900-HSF.aspx

i forgot that in my originial list, but i had intended to include it

Those heat sinks are also made mainly for the reference PCBs. You'll need to get our MC800 SMC Cooling Kit to properly cool your ram chips and VRM/MOSFETs.
post #3065 of 20728
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Originally Posted by Matt-Matt View Post

Cheers! Couldn't I run distilled water + an additive for 24/7?
We don't really want extreme overclocks, as it's not going to be for me. But for someone else, so a mild overclock with *moderate* temperatures is what I am aiming for, whilst being at a low cost.
If temps are bad I have a RX120 Radiator sitting here that I planned for my own build but I don't *need* it, so If temps are bad I'll use that.
Again, only aiming for say 4.4GHz (or maybe a tad less) on the 3570k, running 1100MHz on the GPU as that matters more for gaming.
I like the idea of the coffee filter, may have to put that to plan! smile.gif
I will probably just get a new concentrate though, seeing as I'll need to add more anyway. (I can't get that stuff easily here). I'd prefer to run distilled, but I'll run some cheap computer coolant if distilled is a no-go. I'll obviously flush it out with distilled before putting the new coolant in seeing as the old coolant will be left in there, as for tubing I'm looking at getting a kit of either black or red primochill (I have red and it's great quality). Obviously in the correct size.
Not sure if anything else needs to be added, considering getting a watercooling RAM kit just to be cool, but I think it's overkill and the heatspreaders look nice too.
EDIT: +rep
Best choice is more of the stock HydrX PM 2 coolant, but if you can’t do that then I recommend just distilled water with a good additive like PrimoChill Liquid Utopia – one bottle treats one gallon of distilled.

Just an FYI, a few of us have had trouble with PrimoChill 3/8-5/8 tubing and Swiftech’s Lok-Seal compression fittings, so you will want to avoid that particular combination. XSPC and Swiftech tubing works fine though with their compressions fittings. I think ram cooling is not worth the trouble, but that is just me.

The temps you will get depend on a lot of things, ambient, what vCore is needed for the chip, how hot/cool that chip is with Intel’s poor glue placement, case air flow, etc. It will work with no extra rads but good temps require more rad space.
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Originally Posted by neXen View Post

Awesome.
i was thinking of at least 120 rad
The 3570k is 4.6 @ 1.20v
the 7950 is at 1180/1585 @ 1.26v
i realize that full cover blocks would be optimal but i don't have a reference card.
http://www.swiftech.com/HD7900-HSF.aspx
i forgot that in my originial list, but i had intended to include it
1.20v for 4.6? That is a nice chip. That low vCore will help with keeping everything cool also.

More rad is always better, just depends on what you can fit in your case. With that combo I think an extra 120 will give decent temps, nothing to worry about. I would just double check with Swiftech that the gpu stuff you are planning to get is compatible with your particular card.
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post #3066 of 20728
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Played around with the settings, but the only options are "on/off", or "smartguardian" both of which don't change when I adjust the PWM percentage.

Edit: NVM was able to change the PWM percentage, however the pump speed doesn't seem to change.

hmm, check to see if under the speeds tab you have "automatically variated" checked.
 
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4.6 @ 1.2? Daaaang...getting mine above 4.2 @ 1.2 is like pulling my own teeth! :'(
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Played around with the settings, but the only options are "on/off", or "smartguardian" both of which don't change when I adjust the PWM percentage.

Edit: NVM was able to change the PWM percentage, however the pump speed doesn't seem to change.

The pump has a much smaller RPM range, my pump increases 100 RPM between 0% and 10% in Speedfan, increasing it to 20% takes it from 1300 up to 1500 RPM.
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hmm, check to see if under the speeds tab you have "automatically variated" checked.
derp I realized that this won't work.
 
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Hey guys,

Doing a build for someone, just wondering if a the H220 will fit in the CM Storm Trooper?
Also just questioning if it will cool a 3570k + 7970 with mild overclocks. I.E 4.4GHz and say 1100MHz ish on the 7970, depends how "good" it is though.

Also wondering what size tubing the H220 uses at stock AND if I pull out the "factory liquid" could I re-use it? I honestly don't see why not thumb.gif

it will fit im using it in mine. personally i would add an extra rad for some headroom. the h220 uses 3/8 ID 5/8 OD tubing. if you filter it i dont see why not.
Edited by TeeBlack - 5/21/13 at 1:57pm
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