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Hey guys, I've got this near atrocious noise coming from my H220 that just started a couple of days ago. It sounds like a whirring/grinding noise and the noise is NOT coming from any of the 4 fans I have in a push/pull setup on the H220. I made a video about it. Help! Pardon the quality/darkness. I just woke up a few minutes ago and didn't turn any lights on in my room.

edit: fixed the video link
Edited by Diablo85 - 6/1/13 at 12:28pm
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Potential buyer here with question that I need answered before I pull the trigger on ordering one. I currently have a H80 cooling a 3570k (stock, always stock) in a Prodigy. My room is a little warm, resulting in higher than average temps: idles at 35-40, loads at 55-60.

My question is, can I expect the H220 to give me better temps? I'm also considering possibly expanding to adding a GPU as well, so I need to consider if that's a good decision based on how well this performs. What do you guys think, can I expect better performance than an H80?
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No overclock? I am on OCN, right? For no o.c. I dont think you would need a change. When you overclock or add to the loop is when the benefits of the h220 come thru, otherwise at stock they should perform fairly similar.
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No overclock? I am on OCN, right? For no o.c. I dont think you would need a change. When you overclock or add to the loop is when the benefits of the h220 come thru, otherwise at stock they should perform fairly similar.
Just you dont OC, dont mean nothing here.
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Potential buyer here with question that I need answered before I pull the trigger on ordering one. I currently have a H80 cooling a 3570k (stock, always stock) in a Prodigy. My room is a little warm, resulting in higher than average temps: idles at 35-40, loads at 55-60.

My question is, can I expect the H220 to give me better temps? I'm also considering possibly expanding to adding a GPU as well, so I need to consider if that's a good decision based on how well this performs. What do you guys think, can I expect better performance than an H80?
You have the older H80 is what you have, not the H80i.
Idle temps would same, under load you should see a difference. As your ambient is warmer, temps will be higher.
As you want to add a gpu to the loop, H220 is ideal.
Here is a build with the H220.
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No overclock? I am on OCN, right? For no o.c. I dont think you would need a change. When you overclock or add to the loop is when the benefits of the h220 come thru, otherwise at stock they should perform fairly similar.
I've never seen the benefit of it on a CPU, but what I wanted to see about was how it performs after adding a GPU to the loop. My 7950 runs too hot for me when overclocked, and being in a Prodigy limits exactly how I could build a custom loop, so this is where the H220 becomes very interesting.
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Just you dont OC, dont mean nothing here.
You have the older H80 is what you have, not the H80i.
Idle temps would same, under load you should see a difference. As your ambient is warmer, temps will be higher.
As you want to add a gpu to the loop, H220 is ideal.
Here is a build with the H220.
Doing it right: Bitfenix Prodigy
I just don't like having high load temps (who does) and like I said, adding a GPU is what I'm looking for. Thanks for the link,I'll check it out.
Edited by Sozin - 6/1/13 at 10:27am
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I posted above you. I can run the 3570k at default clock speed with temps staying around 50c max in Prime95.
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No overclock? I am on OCN, right? For no o.c. I dont think you would need a change. When you overclock or add to the loop is when the benefits of the h220 come thru, otherwise at stock they should perform fairly similar.
I've never seen the benefit of it on a CPU, but what I wanted to see about was how it performs after adding a GPU to the loop. My 7950 runs too hot for me when overclocked, and being in a Prodigy limits exactly how I could build a custom loop, so this is where the H220 becomes very interesting.

Reason is to get more out of the cpu, to increase performance.
hence why you bought 3570k?

As for temps, is your H80 intake or exhaust?
What your airflow like with fans in your case?
    
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If this H220 costs around £110, would it be worth spending extra to buy a XSPC kit to cool my rig cpu n gpu?
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Reason is to get more out of the cpu, to increase performance.
hence why you bought 3570k?

As for temps, is your H80 intake or exhaust?
What your airflow like with fans in your case?
H80 has two AF120s set to exhaust out the top of the case, I have another AF120 as an exhaust out to the back, and a Cooler Master 200mm fan as an intake in the front of the case.
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If this H220 costs around £110, would it be worth spending extra to buy a XSPC kit to cool my rig cpu n gpu?

Starting with an xspc kit is most likely going to cost more money in the end. Both kits are going to need you to buy extra parts to cool a GPU, extra rad, GPU block, fittings and tubing. The xspc kit should have enough tubing of course, but you are paying more up front depending on what kit you start with.
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