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Delivered and Installed today thumb.gif

i5 2500k: 4.5Ghz @ 1.3v
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Ambient Temp: No Idea tongue.gif

Idle Temp -11c

Stock: 40c

H220: 29c (@20%)


Load Temp, Fans @ 100% -15c

Stock: 73c

H220: 58c



I am SUPER pleased with the results so far. After a couple minutes of gurgling at 100%, the H220 is now very quiet. According to my S3 it idles at around 40dB.
I was not expecting my CPU temps to drop that much, I got the H220 mainly for adding in my GPU. I might add it to the loop tonight... I am eager to see those results (Block installed and ready to go in the pic).
Nice all you need now is 2 more Helix PWM to run P/P
    
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post #342 of 20728
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what do you mean by "up"?

reservoir up or fill port up, something else?

Well, here's the post of Martin: http://www.overclock.net/t/1367654/swiftech-h220-owners-club/320#post_19508608 saying that you need to install the rad pointed "up". Any ideas?

Also, what are anti-kink coils used for?
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Delivered and Installed today thumb.gif

i5 2500k: 4.5Ghz @ 1.3v
Cooler Master HAFX
"Stock" cooler: Scythe Mugen 2
Ambient Temp: No Idea tongue.gif

Idle Temp -11c

Stock: 40c

H220: 29c (@20%)


Load Temp, Fans @ 100% -15c

Stock: 73c

H220: 58c



I am SUPER pleased with the results so far. After a couple minutes of gurgling at 100%, the H220 is now very quiet. According to my S3 it idles at around 40dB.
I was not expecting my CPU temps to drop that much, I got the H220 mainly for adding in my GPU. I might add it to the loop tonight... I am eager to see those results (Block installed and ready to go in the pic).

Nice! thumb.gif
But man, you need to do some cable management! LOL
 
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Purolator messed up today. Should have been delivered but tracking says there was a Mechanical Delay!mad.gif WTH is that. I called, and they said I won't get it until tomorrow. Meanwhile it was scanned in at 8.22 a.m this morning and only about 20 minutes away!mad.gif
They wouldn't let me pick it up either, because it's at the airport depot.rolleyes.gif
I hate Purolator!
 
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Retested Helixes in more similar conditions as GTs. Now it makes more sense.

 
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Nice! thumb.gif
But man, you need to do some cable management! LOL
Yes, yes I do haha tongue.gif For the most part, I don't care how it looks on the inside. But I will clean it up after adding my GPU. It was neat before I had to remove the mobo and dremel my CPU cutout.
Saving up for a modular PSU wink.gif
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Purolator messed up today. Should have been delivered but tracking says there was a Mechanical Delay!mad.gif WTH is that. I called, and they said I won't get it until tomorrow. Meanwhile it was scanned in at 8.22 a.m this morning and only about 20 minutes away!mad.gif
They wouldn't let me pick it up either, because it's at the airport depot.rolleyes.gif
I hate Purolator!
Sorry to hear that mad.gif Super lame!
I always choose Purolator, they leave deliveries on my porch when no one is home thumb.gif Unlike Canada Post...
Edited by BrotherJoseph - 3/13/13 at 9:00pm
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post #347 of 20728
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Well, here's the post of Martin: http://www.overclock.net/t/1367654/swiftech-h220-owners-club/320#post_19508608 saying that you need to install the rad pointed "up". Any ideas?

Also, what are anti-kink coils used for?

I believe he means the fill port facing up.

And anti-kink coils are used to prevent kinks in your tubes.
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I believe he means the fill port facing up.

And anti-kink coils are used to prevent kinks in your tubes.

Can you even install it with the fill port facing down? Won't the hoses interfere with the case that way?

Yeah, but how can one possibly have kinks in their hoses?
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Can you even install it with the fill port facing down? Won't the hoses interfere with the case that way?

Yeah, but how can one possibly have kinks in their hoses?

The hoses are on swivel connecters. They spin all the way around.
 
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Can you even install it with the fill port facing down? Won't the hoses interfere with the case that way?

Yeah, but how can one possibly have kinks in their hoses?

Yes you can install it with the fill port facing down. As seen in this pic: http://www.overclock.net/t/1367654/swiftech-h220-owners-club/120#post_19476164

And this should answer your questions about kinks: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r2SCpBLokLA
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