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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?

lga 1150 uses the same mounting mechanisms as 1155/1156
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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?
The H220 pump can certainly handle the CPU and two GPUs, but you're going to want to add at least another 240mm of radiator to the loop in order to effectively cool all three components.
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Thanks for the replies guys, both were helpful thumb.gif
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Does anything look wrong with this loop set up for the H220? I can hear the pump kicking on, but it is like it doesn't want to build pressure.
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Does anything look wrong with this loop set up for the H220? I can hear the pump kicking on, but it is like it doesn't want to build pressure.

probably air in the system still. Try removing the entire loop (rads, GPU, all) and bleeding it outside the case.

I unmounted everything but the CPU block and shook/rotated everything to get air out of the rads and gpu blocks.

once the pump hits a pocket of air from the inlet it pretty much stops pulling fluid.
 
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Thanks ez12a. I was just contemplating that but it now gives me a task for the evening smile.gif
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Finally got control of my pump. Appears its either compatibility with my board or I have a defective PWM splitter. Plugged the pump only into the cpu header and disabled bios control, now I am able to control the pump speeds with speedfan. Still can't control the fans, my board has another pwm header for a separate channel. Connecting the two helix fans to the splitter, then the splitter to the other channel still causes the fans to run at full speed. Fans by themselves are able to be controlled without the splitter except both helix fans are pwm and I only have one pwm header free.
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Does anything look wrong with this loop set up for the H220? I can hear the pump kicking on, but it is like it doesn't want to build pressure.

+1

I see you are running your radiator with the plenum chamber upside down. Purging air with that sort of setup installed requires higher flow rates than what the H220 can dish out.

You really need to pull the loop out of the case to bleed. Even with just the H220 rad, you are at most pushing about 0.6GPM of flow where a DIY watercooling loop is typically pushing 1.0+. You need all the parts out on a table where you can turn and raise and help the air pockets walk out of the loop manually. Once you completely bleed, then you can put it all back in there.thumb.gif
    
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I've got it out on a table now and hooked up to a spare PSU. The outlet line has pressure, but the rest of the loop seems void of any flow/pressure. Should I be doing anything specific to help bleed off the air from the other parts of the system? I am moving the individual parts around while keeping the reservoir/240 radiator at the highest point. It honestly feels like the inlet line has no fluid in it at all, but the radiator is slap full of coolant.
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Check out my temps... any reason for such inconsistency? Core 1 and 2 are 16-17 degrees cooler than core 4. Does this mean I don't have a good TIM spread or is this just expected with a 6 core CPU? My temps are overall down about 10 degrees since reseating the heatsink the last time, but this just seems odd.


Yeah same here on my 3570k before I de-lidded. Temps are less of a gap now biggrin.gif
 
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