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Cheers, I'm not in a rush too much to get one so hopefully special tech or others will get it in stock in week or two.
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Cheers, I'm not in a rush too much to get one so hopefully special tech or others will get it in stock in week or two.

I hope so, but I don't see it. Not yet.
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i'm trying to avoid doing that. right now, after running the pump at full speed for 5 minutes or so, the ticking noise has died off and sounds like normal now.

Any downside to running the pump 100% all the time? (other than noise)

Yes. If it doesn't die down again, I have to wait and listen to its obnoxious noise until it does die down again.

edit: after about 20 minutes of running the pump and fans at full speed, the noise continues. just restarted the computer at the pump is running between 16-1800RPM and the tick is still there.
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What fans do you think I should use? Should I roll four of them?

I have a non-reference XFX 7950, which I know works against me, would you suggest keeping it and using a universal block or dumping it and finding a reference card and a full cover block?
The rad of the H220 is designed for quiet, and lower speed fans, so it doesn’t benefit much from push/pull. As others have said, if you have your chip at stock the H220 should be fine cooling it and a gpu with no extra rads.

As far as the universal block goes, that would be up to you, it is really a personal choice. Swiftech can confirm which universal block and heatsinks you would need. A full cover block is the best solution for cooling, imo, but if you have to get a new card that seems like a lot of trouble/expense.
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I've been trying to research how well the H220 can cool a CPU+GPU combo on its own, but just about everything I see always has an extra 120mm rad. Having a Prodigy, I'm not going to try figure out getting another rad involved for a combo loop.

I don't overclock my CPU, but I do my GPU. I currently hit load at 60C and 85C respectively. Running a stock H220 with some nice fans to cool these things a worthy endeavor?

I think you might be ok with a stock clock CPU, but it really depends on the total heat produced and your tolerance to fan speed/noise. My 3930K puts out a massive 180W when hot and I was able to throttle the chip using prime 95 on the H220 when using the slowest fan speed of 800. 900 RPM barely passed. But 12 threads of prime at 100% is very much an artificial load. In regular use or when allowing the fans to ramp up the kit was more than adequate.

With that I think in general use about 100w per fan section is about max you would be really happy with using medium speeds. If you run a stock CPU at 100W and GPU at 100W it would probably be just fine. But a highly overclocked CPU and GPU I think lends itself to needing an extra 120 added. using the kit fans.

Alternatively you could probably use just the H220 rad if you upgraded the fans to something stronger with an overclocked CPU & GPU.

Fan speed and heat load are the keys. Anything is possible..smile.gif Put some 3000rpm deltas on there and you could probaly cool Hot overclcoked CPU + Hot SLI GPUs. I cant stand much more than about 1300rpm so count me out, but high speed fans make a huge difference. Get some gentle Typhoon AP-29s and PWM mod them..would make a nice high speed package.

Pretty typical to see upwards of 3-4x rad performance simply by increasing fan speeds from 800-3000 RPM.
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The rad of the H220 is designed for quiet, and lower speed fans, so it doesn’t benefit much from push/pull. As others have said, if you have your chip at stock the H220 should be fine cooling it and a gpu with no extra rads.

As far as the universal block goes, that would be up to you, it is really a personal choice. Swiftech can confirm which universal block and heatsinks you would need. A full cover block is the best solution for cooling, imo, but if you have to get a new card that seems like a lot of trouble/expense.
Yeah, it just depends on the total cost at the end of the day.
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I think you might be ok with a stock clock CPU, but it really depends on the total heat produced and your tolerance to fan speed/noise. My 3930K puts out a massive 180W when hot and I was able to throttle the chip using prime 95 on the H220 when using the slowest fan speed of 800. 900 RPM barely passed. But 12 threads of prime at 100% is very much an artificial load. In regular use or when allowing the fans to ramp up the kit was more than adequate.

With that I think in general use about 100w per fan section is about max you would be really happy with using medium speeds. If you run a stock CPU at 100W and GPU at 100W it would probably be just fine. But a highly overclocked CPU and GPU I think lends itself to needing an extra 120 added. using the kit fans.

Alternatively you could probably use just the H220 rad if you upgraded the fans to something stronger with an overclocked CPU & GPU.

Fan speed and heat load are the keys. Anything is possible..smile.gif Put some 3000rpm deltas on there and you could probaly cool Hot overclcoked CPU + Hot SLI GPUs. I cant stand much more than about 1300rpm so count me out, but high speed fans make a huge difference. Get some gentle Typhoon AP-29s and PWM mod them..would make a nice high speed package.

Pretty typical to see upwards of 3-4x rad performance simply by increasing fan speeds from 800-3000 RPM.
I suppose I should have specified, I have a 3570k. I keep it at stock, and my 7950 is voltage locked, so my clocks on that top out at 1050/5600 anyway, so it's nothing crazy.

As far as fans go, there's no way I could stand some 3000rpm fans all day long, I want this thing as quiet as I can. On my H80 on the medium speed profile (1300-2200rpm I think) I have some AF120 Quiets which do the job fairly well I'd say. If I have to swap out the fans, I'm perfectly fine with that; I'll get whatever I have to to get a quiet sound system.
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Anyone know if the swiftech h220 would be much better at cooling a i7 3960x past 4.7ghz over the noctua d14?
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Anyone know if the swiftech h220 would be much better at cooling a i7 3960x past 4.7ghz over the noctua d14?
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Better yes, but much better – well everyone will define that differently. I would say you need extra rad space to get “much” better temps.
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Anyone know if the swiftech h220 would be much better at cooling a i7 3960x past 4.7ghz over the noctua d14?
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No, it will probably be the same or within 5c of it.
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No, it will probably be the same or within 5c of it.

5c is quite a bit better, in temps those are nice gains.
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