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@colforbin

Thanks a bunch. I looked through your rig's specs and noticed a TZ77XE4 MoBo with an H220 and an R4. I looked through pictures on Newegg for your MoBo, and the VRM heatsinks seem as tall, or maybe almost, as the ones on the GD65 Gaming. How do you find the fit in your setup? Also, do you happen to have a picture of that particular area? (if no, no biggie).

Thanks again!

It is pretty tight. Can't see it that well, but there is black heatsink above the orange paint.

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So I am a noob to water cooling and I just ordered the h220 for my 3930k and I have it oc to 4.5ghz at 1.306v on load. Now that I found people adding gpus to the loop I am interested. What would I need to add 2 Gigabyte 7970 wind force cards to the loop? I found a dual 140mm radiator on amazon for 63$ from koolance are those any good. Oh I have an antec df-85 case. I plan to replace my tc14pe because it is to big and blocks first pcie slot. And I also have my dual 7970 oc to 1100mhz

Typical Antec case with a solid full length drive cage. Does the H220 fit inside the cage? If so you should be able to fit any 240mm radiator inside of it, and you could add an additional 120mm radiator on the top or back...where ever the H220 isn't mounted.
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guys..... I seriosly want to cry right now. After waiting 5 weeks for my RMA unit, it finally arrived. I can't for the life of me unscrew the thumbscrews that secure the bracket under shipping!!! I tried using a screwdriver but still the screws won't move one bit. I'm afraid that If I screw harder with my screwdriver I will mess the screws up. What am I supposed to do now? I refuse to wait another 5 weeks or even a few days for a new unit again. This is just to ridiculous!!
    
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guys..... I seriosly want to cry right now. After waiting 5 weeks for my RMA unit, it finally arrived. I can't for the life of me unscrew the thumbscrews that secure the bracket under shipping!!! I tried using a screwdriver but still the screws won't move one bit. I'm afraid that If I screw harder with my screwdriver I will mess the screws up. What am I supposed to do now? I refuse to wait another 5 weeks or even a few days for a new unit again. This is just to ridiculous!!

Forgive this question, as I mean no offense by it, are you turning the screws counter-clockwise?
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Forgive this question, as I mean no offense by it, are you turning the screws counter-clockwise?

Of course I am turning the screws counter clockwise smile.gif Believe me, I have unscrewed quite a bit of screws before
    
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Quick question, I am planning a future WC build and would only like to WC the CPU and would probably never add to that loop. If I ever decided to WC the GPU's it would probably be a different loop, pump, radiator.

My question: Would the H220 pump support a 480mm radiator without having a reservoir?

Or would I be better to just order the Apogee Drive II?
Edited by benben84 - 5/30/13 at 9:12am
 
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post #3387 of 20765
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Quick question, I am planning a future WC build and would only like to WC the CPU and would probably never add to that loop. If I ever decided to WC the GPU's it would probably be a different loop, pump, radiator.

My question: Would the H220 pump support a 480mm radiator without having a reservoir?

Or would I be better to just order the Apogee Drive II?

You need a reservoir either way.
post #3388 of 20765
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So I am a noob to water cooling and I just ordered the h220 for my 3930k and I have it oc to 4.5ghz at 1.306v on load. Now that I found people adding gpus to the loop I am interested. What would I need to add 2 Gigabyte 7970 wind force cards to the loop? I found a dual 140mm radiator on amazon for 63$ from koolance are those any good. Oh I have an antec df-85 case. I plan to replace my tc14pe because it is to big and blocks first pcie slot. And I also have my dual 7970 oc to 1100mhz
You need a new case. df-85 only spot to mount a rad is top 240.


You will need to add at least another 240 rad and higher to cool effectively.
As for koolance, most of the rads are very dense about 30fpi. Which requires fans with extreme SP to even fully cool. Low FPI rads in the 8-13fpi is what I prefer, as low speed fans with little SP will do good and keep noise down.
    
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post #3389 of 20765
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Originally Posted by DrizzlePistol

guys..... I seriosly want to cry right now. After waiting 5 weeks for my RMA unit, it finally arrived. I can't for the life of me unscrew the thumbscrews that secure the bracket under shipping!!! I tried using a screwdriver but still the screws won't move one bit. I'm afraid that If I screw harder with my screwdriver I will mess the screws up. What am I supposed to do now? I refuse to wait another 5 weeks or even a few days for a new unit again. This is just to ridiculous!!

Are you talking about the Intel back plate that comes attached to the water block? I've experienced that those screws can be very tight, but you should still be able to remove them. Let me know if you're still having difficulty removing it and I'll see if there is something we can do to assist you.
Edited by BramSLI1 - 5/30/13 at 10:06am
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Multi-post. Sorry.
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