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Golden 3570k? :/
I spent heaps on my water loop, the orignal idea was to watercool the two 7950's and throw the CPU in there while I was at it.. Next minute the 7950 blocks don't fit properly and I just wasted $400-$500 on watercooling my CPU with a massive amount of RAD space and an insane pump..

Ouch.... What did you do with the 7950s?
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Just picked up a H220 for a revamp of my current set-up (new PSU, GPU's, Case and cooling). I am excite.
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Martinm210 - I sent an email to Swiftech about the bleed screw that you spoke of & this is what Bryan sent back to me:

"That screw is for factory filling purposes and isn’t supposed to be used by the customer at all. I hope this answers your question and thank you for your interest in our products."

Might want to find out if messing with that screw voids the warranty before telling people to start disassembling the pump. Not trying to be a dick. Just sayin'.
The warranty is not void if you take apart. You still get the 3 years. That is the whole point of the H220.
Only part thats going is the maintenance free, its been opened.
    
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Martinm210 - I sent an email to Swiftech about the bleed screw that you spoke of & this is what Bryan sent back to me:

"That screw is for factory filling purposes and isn’t supposed to be used by the customer at all. I hope this answers your question and thank you for your interest in our products."

Might want to find out if messing with that screw voids the warranty before telling people to start disassembling the pump. Not trying to be a dick. Just sayin'.

Okey Dokey. Not sure what else to suggest when it isn't capable of self bleeding an expanded loop. My recommendation in DIY watercooling is to design a loop to maintain at least 1.0 GPM. This ensures there is more than adequate pumping power and flow rate to flush air out on it's own. The H220 is at best going to push 0.6GPM so with complex loops you will be required to get a little creative and help things along. This means doing the twister and doing wahatever you can to physically help prime and get air out of the loop.

I guess if you can't get an expanded loop to prime and fill you should submit an RMA?

Take any advice and use common sense, it's not rocket science. It's a pump than needs to have water in the volute to work. Just sayin..wink.gif
    
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My 3570K would run 4.4 @ 1.16 volts. To go to 4.5 required a push into the mid 1.2 volt range. I'm at 4.8 with 1.36 volts now.

My 3570k is at 4.8 at 1.30, I tried 5.0, it took 1.45, temps got too high for my liking.
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My 3570k is at 4.8 at 1.30, I tried 5.0, it took 1.45, temps got too high for my liking.

I have to push mine to 1.28v or so for 4.5 it crashes hard at 1.25v, but the temps were too high for me, 85c on a p95 blend; though my ambient was near 30c at the time. I think I'll delid my chip once Haswell drops, it's not a big enough improvement that it will kill the market for Z77 hardware so I should be able to unload my Z77X-UD5H.
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Not enough hardware porn in here lately, maybe I should add a little:



Excuse the poor quality, my Nexus 4 is all I have available at the moment, and it's a cold, rainy day outside so not much light available rolleyes.gif. Also, forgive that disaster that is my kitchen table biggrin.gif

I intend on adding another 240mm rad in the front, and some custom lighting + cabling in the near future.
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The warranty is not void if you take apart. You still get the 3 years. That is the whole point of the H220.
Only part thats going is the maintenance free, its been opened.

Incorrect. If you take it apart, warranty goes down to 1 year.
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Incorrect. If you take it apart, warranty goes down to 1 year.
Who told you that?
Defeats the purpose of the H220 if a year or two down the road you want to expand it.
It is still 3 years, sealed or taken apart.
    
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Hi guys, is normal this?

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