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My H220 has temps that run at 40c at idle and around 60-80 under load with P95 and IBT at stock turbo is this typical for this CLC? I've seen reports of much much cooler temps at higher OC's... (3.9ghz@1.2v to be stable and not crash) because my chip is not stable at any oc without insane voltage on vcore but that's a different thing all together (4.2ghz needs 1.35v to be stable)
Edited by SirGeod - 7/23/13 at 4:34pm
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My H220 has temps that run at 40c at idle and around 60-80 under load with P95 and IBT at stock turbo is this typical for this CLC? I've seen reports of much much cooler temps at higher OC's... (3.9ghz@1.2v to be stable and not crash) because my chip is not stable at any oc without insane voltage on vcore but that's a different thing all together (4.2ghz needs 1.35v to be stable)
What mobo and CPU?
How is the H220 setup?
What case and airflow?
    
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Hi everyone, I think that maybe I have a problem with a pump also frown.gif My H220 has also worked well for a couple of months but has not had to do any real work really. Yesterday, the i7 3960x was at full throttle when the system alerted a warning that cpu fan was at zero rpm then a temp warning of 90 C followed by a system shutdown. I was shocked and worried and let the system cool down. It started again normally so I have now investigated. I am usung a Rampage 4 extreme and related diag software. I used OCCT to load the CPU and watched the temps. They rose ( cant remember temp but not over 90) and the pump shutdown and appeared to cycle in this manner, starting and shutting down. Later, when it had cooled down, I could hear a slight gurgling from the unit and bios reports cpu fan speed of approx 2200 rpm (pump connected to cpu header) Im a bit worried to use this now, can anyone advise please?
post #5094 of 20766
Motherboard: ASUS Maximus VI Hero
Case: Cooler Master HAF-932 Advanced
Fans are set with 230mm front intake 230mm side intake and the H220 intake with the 140mm fan in the back doing exhaust. The H220 Rad fans are running at max with the pump at max rpm as well.

EDIT: <---Idiot forgot to mention CPU, its a 4770k.
Edited by SirGeod - 7/23/13 at 5:02pm
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Is this all needed for membership?
I'd move the tubes so they arent touching the gpu, no need for extra heat for the rad to cool down.
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Motherboard: ASUS Maximus VI Hero
Case: Cooler Master HAF-932 Advanced
Fans are set with 230mm front intake 230mm side intake and the H220 intake with the 140mm fan in the back doing exhaust. The H220 Rad fans are running at max with the pump at max rpm as well.

EDIT: <---Idiot forgot to mention CPU, its a 4770k.

Those temps may be normal due to Haswell running so hot.
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Motherboard: ASUS Maximus VI Hero
Case: Cooler Master HAF-932 Advanced
Fans are set with 230mm front intake 230mm side intake and the H220 intake with the 140mm fan in the back doing exhaust. The H220 Rad fans are running at max with the pump at max rpm as well.

EDIT: <---Idiot forgot to mention CPU, its a 4770k.
Ok good so far.
What is your ram and settings used?
Power supply (using 4pin or 8pin) to mobo
What is the ambient temps?

How is the H220 plugged in and what speeds are the fans and pump?

If the CPU is not stable at 3.9ghz then you have other issues causing it. Could be Ram, PSU and H220 not correctly mount/seated.
    
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Ok good so far.
What is your ram and settings used?
Power supply (using 4pin or 8pin) to mobo
What is the ambient temps?

How is the H220 plugged in and what speeds are the fans and pump?

If the CPU is not stable at 3.9ghz then you have other issues causing it. Could be Ram, PSU and H220 not correctly mount/seated.

Ram is Corsair Vengeance Pro@1600mhz
PSU is 8 pin
Ambient temps are 26c
I redid the thermal paste perfectly on the H220 about 3 times after getting these temps and I still get them repeatedly. All case fans and H220 fans are running at max rpm settings, I really don't care about noise I just want raw cooling performance. The fans on the H220 rad are plugged into the adaptor thing that comes with it and that's plugged into CPU Fan header while pump is in the CPU Opt fan header running at max speeds for both.
Edited by SirGeod - 7/23/13 at 5:35pm
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Ram is Corsair Vengeance Pro@1600mhz
PSU is 8 pin
Ambient temps are 26c
I redid the thermal paste perfectly on the H220 about 3 times after getting these temps and I still get them repeatedly. All case fans and H220 fans are running at max rpm settings, I really don't care about noise I just want raw cooling performance. The fans on the H220 rad are plugged into the adaptor thing that comes with it and that's plugged into CPU Fan header while pump is in the CPU Opt fan header running at max speeds for both.
Is all 4 ram slots filled?
Which PSU?
What are the speeds of the fans and Pump?
Which direction is the hoses placed on the pump? Left/Right or Top/Down
Edited by Sp33d Junki3 - 7/23/13 at 6:01pm
    
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Only 2 dims are filled.
Corsair HX1050
Speed of pump is 2934rpm and rad fans are 1767rpm
Hoses are pointed down with the hoses facing down and to the right of my case when looking in from the little plexiglass window on my CM Haf-932 advanced
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the opt fan header is not the one to hook it up to. that could be the problem molex to the red cap on the pwm slpitter then back to cpu fan header then both fans hooked up to chan 1 and 2
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