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post #3111 of 20728
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Hi guys, what universal GPU block do you recommend?

- XSPC Raystorm
- Watercool Heatkiller GPU-X3 LC
- EK Supremacy
- EK Supremacy bridge edition
- Swiftech MCW82

The card it's a reference 670, maybe in a future in SLI.
I would wait. Swiftech is coming out with GTX 670 Komodo. It is a full block and it looks nice.
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post #3112 of 20728
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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

i run mine at 1500rpm
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post #3113 of 20728
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You can contact me directly about this by sending me an email with your invoice to bryan@swiftech.com. We'll just replace your defective fan.

Just sent you my invoice, thanks a lot!
post #3114 of 20728
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I would wait. Swiftech is coming out with GTX 670 Komodo. It is a full block and it looks nice.

Really i looking for a universal block, for futures upgrades.
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I would wait. Swiftech is coming out with GTX 670 Komodo. It is a full block and it looks nice.
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Is it known whether or not this will fit the EVGA 4 Gb models? or just the stock models? I've been looking at the alphacool copper blocks that work with the 4 Gb model to add to the loop when the H320 is released.
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post #3116 of 20728
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Is it known whether or not this will fit the EVGA 4 Gb models? or just the stock models? I've been looking at the alphacool copper blocks that work with the 4 Gb model to add to the loop when the H320 is released.
The only difference is the amount of ram on the 4GB. Rest is exactly the same. The block will cover all the ram spacing either if it is 2gb or 4gb
It is just not a good design to do other wise.

Where you see #1 it is either 1 or 2 ram slots used. #2 is same for both 2gb & 4gb models.


This is the XSPC that was used on 4GB model.

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post #3117 of 20728
hello,
I need your help
which block rad hose fittings,
who can advise me for my ring
I really want to move to water
but do not know anything about it,

thank you all

my ring



post #3118 of 20728
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hello,
I need your help
which block rad hose fittings,
who can advise me for my ring
I really want to move to water
but do not know anything about it,

thank you all

my ring




If you want to cool those graphics cards, you'll most likely need at least another 240mm rad if you don't plan on OC'ing. XSPC 3/8 x 5/8" tubing fits fine on the swivel fittings of the H220.

Just look around the forums to see how people set up their loops for some neat ideas. I actually purchased a bay reservoir and placed the reservoir at the highest bay slot so that the drainage would flow into the pump/CPU block intake of the H220. That way you can just fill and bleed the whole loop while you have everything completely installed in the system.

Cheers,
John
post #3119 of 20728
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Originally Posted by Sazerac81 View Post

If you want to cool those graphics cards, you'll most likely need at least another 240mm rad if you don't plan on OC'ing. XSPC 3/8 x 5/8" tubing fits fine on the swivel fittings of the H220.

Just look around the forums to see how people set up their loops for some neat ideas. I actually purchased a bay reservoir and placed the reservoir at the highest bay slot so that the drainage would flow into the pump/CPU block intake of the H220. That way you can just fill and bleed the whole loop while you have everything completely installed in the system.

Cheers,
John

thanks for the help friend,
but still do not quite understand
post #3120 of 20728
why does cpu-z and HWmonitor report my MAX cpu voltage at 1.248 but i have it set to 1.255 in BIOS. even with cpu at 100% load the voltage wont pass 1.248, i never see 1.255 (what i set it to)

Note: this doesn't really have to do with h220 but figured id ask for a fast response
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