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Originally Posted by Gabrielzm View Post

Yep I agree. But one funny thing I have been noticing is that most folks experiencing this on off on off behavior of the pump have an ASUS board. It is anecdotal at this point but strikes me odd since I tested in 3 different ASUS x79 boards too with problem showing up. I know a lot of folks out there are using Asus boards and the h220 without problems but alas...Perhaps would be useful to check on this data if they are available Bryan.
Just chiming in. I did a customer build on a UD3H with an h220 and he hasn't had any problems with his. My board was an x79 asrock board. Just for clarification.
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It is normal to have 1-2 cores lower. My 3770k has same issues.
neither. The stock fan works perfect on them. The H220 dont need high static pressure, due to the low fpi rad.
Not needed for the H220. Tested with stock and NF-P12 temps were 1-2c difference.
I have mine on Asus mobo, no issues seeing this. Using the splitter ch1, is read only while getting power from PSU. Another way is to bypass all together the cpu header and go directly to the PSU.
Watch your temps closely for a bit too see any changes.

I have seen opposite info, Noctua NF F12 beat the stock fans by quite a bit.
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Okay, thanks. Are you saying my GT AP-15s are a waste and I should use something quieter like the Corsair SP120?
SP120 is not quiet compared to AP15, the noise at full speed is loud and the hum from all speeds is annoying. You can use the AP15 if you have it.
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I have seen opposite info, Noctua NF F12 beat the stock fans by quite a bit.
That is varied with ambient temps. I was talking about the P12. The F12 is only really good for push, pull lacks what the fan can do. F12 is deigned in a way to be used that way. adding pull makes a bad sound when doing P/P.
Even the F12 the temps is still small. But the sound difference with the stock and F12 is better on stock, and even the P12 over the F12.
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SP120 is not quiet compared to AP15, the noise at full speed is loud and the hum from all speeds is annoying. You can use the AP15 if you have it.
That is varied with ambient temps. I was talking about the P12. The F12 is only really good for push, pull lacks what the fan can do. F12 is deigned in a way to be used that way. adding pull makes a bad sound when doing P/P.
Even the F12 the temps is still small. But the sound difference with the stock and F12 is better on stock, and even the P12 over the F12.

Ambient temps are factored in and all tests are done in a pull config.
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Just got the new 120 rad put in. Install was actually more difficult than I anticipated. Still hear just a few air bubbles but I am hoping they will go away soon. Still need to figure out how to use speedfan to control the pump/fans. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Here is a little update to my current setup!











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Just to inform those that are still looking for the H220 kits, Sidewinder computers still has them in stock.
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Originally Posted by NeoDestiny View Post

Just chiming in. I did a customer build on a UD3H with an h220 and he hasn't had any problems with his. My board was an x79 asrock board. Just for clarification.

I'm thinking that the issue isn't so much a matter of Asus motherboards as it is a matter of their popularity. Being that Asus is still the most popular motherboard company the majority of issues are going to be reported on Asus motherboards just as a matter of statistics. If we find otherwise though we will inform our customers.
Edited by BramSLI1 - 5/23/13 at 6:01pm
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Sorry if these questions are dumb, or have been asked before, but I don't have the energy to read through 317 pages, lol.

H220 should work with Haswell (4770k) right?

I know that h220 is expandable, but can it cool 2x GPUs along with the cpu effectively, and does adding gpu's mess with the 3 year maintenance free thing?
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I'm thinking that the issue isn't so much a matter of Asus motherboards as it a matter of their popularity. Being that Asus is still the most popular motherboard company the majority of issues are going to be reported on Asus motherboards just as a matter of statistics. If we find otherwise though we will inform our customers.


Any further word on the availability of the H320?
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