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I hate having a mediocre chip. 3570k 4.5GHz 1.28Vcore...seeing mid 70's on a P95 blend run. Though ambient is close to 29c in here atm so for a stock chip the temps aren't horrible, that Vcore just seems excessively high to me.

Edit: After 30 minutes my temps hit 85c...on blend. At 4.4 Ghz using 1.21v I topped out at 78c on In Place Large FFT's.
Edited by Skullwipe - 5/22/13 at 9:07am
post #3092 of 20728
So after a month, the pump in my h220 has died. frown.gif

Since the h220's are out of stock, will RMAing this mean I'd have to wait until they're in stock again to get another one?
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I hate having a mediocre chip. 3570k 4.5GHz 1.28Vcore...seeing mid 70's on a P95 blend run. Though ambient is close to 29c in here atm so for a stock chip the temps aren't horrible, that Vcore just seems excessively high to me.

Edit: After 30 minutes my temps hit 85c...on blend. At 4.4 Ghz using 1.21v I topped out at 78c on In Place Large FFT's.
That is definitely not excessive. My first chip needed 1.33v for 4.5 and there are people here than need over 1.35v for it. The average voltage for Ivy and 4.5 is in the mid 1.20s so yours is a little worse than average but nothing excessive.
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So after a month, the pump in my h220 has died. frown.gif

Since the h220's are out of stock, will RMAing this mean I'd have to wait until they're in stock again to get another one?

Any warning signs before it died?

All this talk of dying pumps has me worried. I wonder what the total failure rate has been on this pump. The thing feels sturdy as hell and when Martin did a review of it, it looked like a really solid pump with good fit and finish.

Cheers,
John
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Since the h220's are out of stock, will RMAing this mean I'd have to wait until they're in stock again to get another one?

swiftech keeps a stock of new pumps for this reason.
 
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Any warning signs before it died?

All this talk of dying pumps has me worried. I wonder what the total failure rate has been on this pump. The thing feels sturdy as hell and when Martin did a review of it, it looked like a really solid pump with good fit and finish.

Cheers,
John

Yeah, actually. I'm a complete idiot, too. This is my first experience with both Sandybridge-e and a water cooler, so I made some mistakes in my initial assessment.

The pump had a problem where it would continuously power on and off and on and off, and my temps would rise and fall and rise and fall as a result. At first I assumed maybe 6-core processors had more fluctuating temperatures due to additional cores. Then when I peeked into the fan speeds and saw the pump shutting on and off and on and off, I assumed I had a bad motherboard setting somewhere. After tweaking it for hours and swapping fans in and out to test motherboard ports, I realized the pump was shutting on and off all by itself. Even when hooked into the fan controller it came with, it would turn on and off while everything else on that same fan controller remained steady.

Then finally, this morning, it stopped working altogether. Computer shut down automagically, I reached down and felt the rad block and it was VERY hot at the base. Waited 5 minutes, turned on computer, saw 0 feedback from the channel that I had it plugged into, watched temps eventually rise up to 90C again, then shut down computer. Dead pump. frown.gif
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Yeah, actually. I'm a complete idiot, too. This is my first experience with both Sandybridge-e and a water cooler, so I made some mistakes in my initial assessment.

The pump had a problem where it would continuously power on and off and on and off, and my temps would rise and fall and rise and fall as a result. At first I assumed maybe 6-core processors had more fluctuating temperatures due to additional cores. Then when I peeked into the fan speeds and saw the pump shutting on and off and on and off, I assumed I had a bad motherboard setting somewhere. After tweaking it for hours and swapping fans in and out to test motherboard ports, I realized the pump was shutting on and off all by itself. Even when hooked into the fan controller it came with, it would turn on and off while everything else on that same fan controller remained steady.

Then finally, this morning, it stopped working altogether. Computer shut down automagically, I reached down and felt the rad block and it was VERY hot at the base. Waited 5 minutes, turned on computer, saw 0 feedback from the channel that I had it plugged into, watched temps eventually rise up to 90C again, then shut down computer. Dead pump. frown.gif

were you using the splitter?
 
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were you using the splitter?

Originally, yes. But I tested it later on different mobo slots where other fans were working perfectly.
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Originally, yes. But I tested it later on different mobo slots where other fans were working perfectly.

I've sent you instructions on how to go about getting this kit RMA'd. I'm sorry for the inconvenience that this has caused you and we'll do our best to make it right.
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what is a good rpm to run pump at where it wont effect performance? i have it down to ~2000 and temps havnt changed from 100%. just wanted to know if i could run it lower wit good temps
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