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wow, Haswell really heats up a lot, 1.36v with throttling on LinX
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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
Try rotating the pump so the logo is on the bottom right. Would be more simpler to say where the logo is.
Ambient is a little warm, which will affect your temps. But big issue is the unstable OC.
From what i see, your H220 is fine. The problem lies is ambient temps and OC settings.

Have you tested the ram to make sure there are no errors? Did you manually set ram or use XMP profile?
Check to see if a bios update will fix the issues?
Are you using software to OC or through the Bios? I do not know what settings you used to OC.
    
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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?

Please send me a PM so that I can help you resolve your issue. It could simply be an air bubble that was pulled into the pump.
post #5104 of 20767
Memtest said ram was fine. I was doing an OC via BIOS but I couldn't get 4.2ghz stable at 1.3v even to boot screen. And my BIOS is up to date
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Watercooling parts checklist

This is what I am thinking for a H220 kit expansion


I plan on adding to the H220:

2 x 240mm swiftech MCRx20-QP "Quiet Power" Radiator Series
3 x 45° Swivel Elbow Lok-Seal™ adapter
2 x 90° Swivel Elbow Lok-Seal™ adapter
6 x ⅜” x ⅝” Lok-Seal™ Compression Fitting
1 x 2m TruFlex tubing black
3 x 16 fl oz HydrX PM Coolant
2 x EK-FC Titan SE - Acetal Nickel gpu waterblocks with backplates
2 x G¼ Male-Male SLI & CrossFireX connector fitting adjustable from 41 to 65mm
2 x G1/4 (1/4" BSPP) plugs
4 x Noctua nf f12 - 120mm fans

I plan on using the H220 pump and reservoir to feed this loop.

I will be using this loop for a 4.8 GHz i7 3930k and dual GTX titans at 1.21V (1.16 to 2.0 GHz)
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I think you would be ok with just one additional 240, but if you can afford 2 go for it. Also careful with those compression fittings. I bought 2 of those swiftech lok seal and tried putting them with my primochill primoflex tubing... Did not work. In fact both compression fittings cracked.

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I think you would be ok with just one additional 240, but if you can afford 2 go for it. Also careful with those compression fittings. I bought 2 of those swiftech lok seal and tried putting them with my primochill primoflex tubing... Did not work. In fact both compression fittings cracked.

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Oh wow, thanks for the update. I'll check to see what Frozen cpu offers for compression fitting.
post #5108 of 20767
What sort of clock could I get with the h220 and a fx 8350? I have my 8350 @4.4ghz 1.26v but my current cooler (antec 920 kuhler) won't let me get any higher. I'm sure this chip is good for 5ghz just wondering if the h220 could get me closer than 4.4?
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The pipes are approximately one inch away. It is the angle of the pic that makes it look like they are touching GPU.
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What sort of clock could I get with the h220 and a fx 8350? I have my 8350 @4.4ghz 1.26v but my current cooler (antec 920 kuhler) won't let me get any higher. I'm sure this chip is good for 5ghz just wondering if the h220 could get me closer than 4.4?

Depends on many other factors such as motherboard, psu,and overclocking ability.
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