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post #4621 of 20809
I did some oc on my 2500k this afternoon.

I didn't push the cpu to its limits yet, but i'm quite satisfied for the moment.

- 4,3ghz @ 1,29v
- load line calibration set to medium (vdrop @ 1.25v with full load on occt)
- temps get stabilized around 60°c (more like 57 58) with the cpu fan header set to "standard" in bios. The system is audible but not loud.

Does it seem ok to you?
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post #4622 of 20809
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Originally Posted by bobsaget View Post

I did some oc on my 2500k this afternoon.

I didn't push the cpu to its limits yet, but i'm quite satisfied for the moment.

- 4,3ghz @ 1,29v
- load line calibration set to medium (vdrop @ 1.25v with full load on occt)
- temps get stabilized around 60°c (more like 57 58) with the cpu fan header set to "standard" in bios. The system is audible but not loud.

Does it seem ok to you?

Temps seem excellent, i don't know sandy too well but i wonder if voltage sounds a little high?
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post #4623 of 20809
Does anyone have any advice for installing the CPU block of the H220 without hassle?

My lga 1150 backplate keeps falling off the back of the motherboard (the sticky tape is NOT good enough) when I try to re-apply the thermal paste & re-mount the h220 CPU block.

Could one use electrical tape to tape the backplate securely to the motherboard temporarily or is there another method or some other tape that is better?

I had to literally flip my computer upward with 1 hand because the backplate fell off when I was installing my CPU block last night. then I had to maneuver the backplate with one hand and had one hand on the CPU block applying pressure so the seal wouldn't "break"

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post #4624 of 20809
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Originally Posted by XxAlbertoxX View Post

Does anyone have any advice for installing the CPU block of the H220 without hassle?

My lga 1150 backplate keeps falling off the back of the motherboard (the sticky tape is NOT good enough) when I try to re-apply the thermal paste & re-mount the h220 CPU block.

Could one use electrical tape to tape the backplate securely to the motherboard temporarily or is there another method or some other tape that is better?

I had to literally flip my computer upward with 1 hand because the backplate fell off when I was installing my CPU block last night. then I had to maneuver the backplate with one hand and had one hand on the CPU block applying pressure so the seal wouldn't "break"

frown.gif

I thought about taping mine too, it wouldn't be so bad if the alignment of the holes would stay put and it wouldn't fall off as soon as you try to screw it down
post #4625 of 20809
I just held the backplate in place then got 2 screws attached on 2 opposite corner then went from there.
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Does anyone have any advice for installing the CPU block of the H220 without hassle?My lga 1150 backplate keeps falling off the back of the motherboard (the sticky tape is NOT good enough) when I try to re-apply the thermal paste & re-mount the h220 CPU block.Could one use electrical tape to tape the backplate securely to the motherboard temporarily or is there another method or some other tape that is better?I had to literally flip my computer upward with 1 hand because the backplate fell off when I was installing my CPU block last night. then I had to maneuver the backplate with one hand and had one hand on the CPU block applying pressure so the seal wouldn't "break"frown.gif
I have the same board/cpu.. I used pencils across the back taped to the sabertooth back plate/H220 plate, you can also build up a strip of tape were needed to offset depth differences. (am sure popsicle sticks would work also)thumb.gif (I stayed away from any electrical contact spots)
Edited by Teufelshunde - 7/7/13 at 6:33pm
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post #4627 of 20809
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HEY GUYS, can I get some extra input?

I just put two-extra Swiftech helix fans on my radiator for my h220.

As I was screwing down one of the helix fans the black fan housing kind of cracked on one side....

I didn't think I torqued it that hard but anyway,....

would you guys be anal about this?

The fans are both screwed in but the fact that the black housing on one of the helix fans is cracked is kind of bugging me...

....should I order a new fan or just keep it the way it is?

What do you guys think?
you could also use a smaller screw and put it through only the side of the fan that is in contact with the rad ! ~ Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Originally Posted by XxAlbertoxX View Post

Does anyone have any advice for installing the CPU block of the H220 without hassle?

My lga 1150 backplate keeps falling off the back of the motherboard (the sticky tape is NOT good enough) when I try to re-apply the thermal paste & re-mount the h220 CPU block.

Could one use electrical tape to tape the backplate securely to the motherboard temporarily or is there another method or some other tape that is better?

I had to literally flip my computer upward with 1 hand because the backplate fell off when I was installing my CPU block last night. then I had to maneuver the backplate with one hand and had one hand on the CPU block applying pressure so the seal wouldn't "break"

frown.gif
i tried tape didnt work great but worked. best method i have found is ( granted mine is a apogee hd a little different ) the wife method ( with no tubing in the way ) . in this method wife holds it on while you screw, my other best method is ( with lots of tubing in the way ) putting a small bag full of air ( IE a sealed bag of beef jerky ) under it laying the mobo in the case on top of the bag and then screwing. { these are the best methods i have found while the mobo is in the case, imo out of the case is a pita !~}
Edited by Mega Man - 7/7/13 at 7:00pm
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post #4628 of 20809
If you have a corsair system mounting kit, you can use the standoffs that come with it.

Edit:
http://www.corsair.com/en/cpu-cooling-kits/cpu-cooling-accessories/hydro-series-h80i-h100i-intel-lga-1155-1156-1366-2011-mounting-bracket-kit.html

This should be what you need. I swear I would have lost my mind having to deal with the standard mounting system, with the corsair setup you just slip it onto the standoffs and tighten down.
Edited by mastahg - 7/7/13 at 7:36pm
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If you have a corsair system mounting kit, you can use the standoffs that come with it.

Edit:
http://www.corsair.com/en/cpu-cooling-kits/cpu-cooling-accessories/hydro-series-h80i-h100i-intel-lga-1155-1156-1366-2011-mounting-bracket-kit.html

This should be what you need. I swear I would have lost my mind having to deal with the standard mounting system, with the corsair setup you just slip it onto the standoffs and tighten down.
this should be in the OP, I'm buying one just so I don't have to deal with it everytime I take my unit off
post #4630 of 20809
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this should be in the OP, I'm buying one just so I don't have to deal with it everytime I take my unit off

Yep, I had the corsair h80i, and although I really do like this swiftech, the backplate of the corsair seems far superior.


It is so much easier to screw on, and the backplate never falls off and there are no misalignments.

With the swiftech, I literally had my thermal paste jobs ruined because I went to screw the CPU block down and the backplate fell off and I had my computer laying on its side.


So I had to try to maintain pressure on the CPU block with one hand so I didn't break the thermal seal and lift up my PC with my one other hand and my chest.

Needless to say my hand slipped and it came off the CPU block so I had a botched install of that CPU block all thanks to that damn backplate that likes to fall off and slide around.... mad.gif
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