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post #5121 of 20215
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hehe--fair enough with the ttl

any idea how much better the h320 would be over the h220 on an overclocked 2600k?

got an empty storm trooper case here that i am pretty sure the h320 can be made to fit in the roof or front with the use of a dremel

and the h320 seems to just be sitting in stock in the uk so its just proving so tempting to grab one--thought they would have flown off the shelf

would just be nice to have seen a review first
That varies on many factors. You have more surface area+cooling. You will see a slight temp drop.
    
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Those temperatures 34-43 are idling, on load they're anywhere from 65-80 under load at 4.2ghz while the OC isn't stable at all frown.gif I got a crappy chip. Are those temps normal? I downclocked to the stock turbo speeds on my 4770k cause I just gave up on OC with Haswell to 3.9ghz and the temps are constantly 34-43 idling and around 55-67 load..those seem quite high from what I've seen on reviewer sites at higher OC's...is my pump just not seated correctly or something regardless my temps are too hot for me to OC because my chip sucks :\

EDIT: Those idle temps are no stress test and the load ones are with Prime95 and they go into the 90's capping at like 93c using Intel Burn Test and AIDA64 seems to just destroy my H220 as it makes it throttle instantly :\
Edited by SirGeod - 7/24/13 at 10:01am
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Those temperatures 34-43 are idling, on load they're anywhere from 65-80 under load at 4.2ghz while the OC isn't stable at all frown.gif I got a crappy chip. Are those temps normal? I downclocked to the stock turbo speeds on my 4770k cause I just gave up on OC with Haswell to 3.9ghz and the temps are constantly 34-43 idling and around 55-67 load..those seem quite high from what I've seen on reviewer sites at higher OC's...is my pump just not seated correctly or something regardless my temps are too hot for me to OC because my chip sucks :\

What are your ambient temps? Between Hasweel running naturally hot and summertime heating things up, that sounds pretty normal to me.
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Trying to explain the difference between potential and temperatures for heat exchange is usually tough. Depends on how much heat is being dumped into the loop, how much air flow, how much constant pressure, dust, humidity, ambient temperatures. Point is it generally helps, but how much it will help in your case is impossible to answer. If the 220 is sufficient to get good temperatures in your loop, I wouldn't expect a tremendous drop in temps if you add the 320.

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What are your ambient temps? Between Hasweel running naturally hot and summertime heating things up, that sounds pretty normal to me.

Haswell isn't that hot... its just about SB in terms of wattage, you just have bad IHS application with uneven glue just like IB, which causes higher core temperatures.
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post #5125 of 20215
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What are your ambient temps? Between Hasweel running naturally hot and summertime heating things up, that sounds pretty normal to me.

My ambient temperatures are about 23-24c
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Trying to explain the difference between potential and temperatures for heat exchange is usually tough. Depends on how much heat is being dumped into the loop, how much air flow, how much constant pressure, dust, humidity, ambient temperatures. Point is it generally helps, but how much it will help in your case is impossible to answer. If the 220 is sufficient to get good temperatures in your loop, I wouldn't expect a tremendous drop in temps if you add the 320.
Haswell isn't that hot... its just about SB in terms of wattage, you just have bad IHS application with uneven glue just like IB, which causes higher core temperatures.

So should I try cleaning the CPU and the copper block on the H220 and try mounting it again?

EDIT: The 33-40 idle is the same when I was trying to OC to 4.2ghz and failed the load @4.2ghz was those higher number I mentioned earlier but the load at stock turbo is like 50-68c which is still pretty bad in my eyes >_>
Edited by SirGeod - 7/24/13 at 10:14am
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Trying to explain the difference between potential and temperatures for heat exchange is usually tough. Depends on how much heat is being dumped into the loop, how much air flow, how much constant pressure, dust, humidity, ambient temperatures. Point is it generally helps, but how much it will help in your case is impossible to answer. If the 220 is sufficient to get good temperatures in your loop, I wouldn't expect a tremendous drop in temps if you add the 320.
Haswell isn't that hot... its just about SB in terms of wattage, you just have bad IHS application with uneven glue just like IB, which causes higher core temperatures.

That's what I was talking about. By naturally hot I meant hotter cores because of the cheap TIM in the chip, like Ivy.
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My ambient temperatures are about 23-24c
So should I try cleaning the CPU and the copper block on the H220 and try mounting it again?

Sounds normal to me..
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post #5128 of 20215
Would delidding help my temps at all? Or possibly adding swiftech 140mm rad on my exahust fan? Or a more entertaining idea for me would be if the 230mm fan slot on the side of the case could take a 240mm swiftech rad since it says on the website that it can use 120mmx4 2 on top 2 on bottom, can anyone tell me if it would be better to add another 240mm rad or a 120/140 rad and if the 240mm would fit on the side intake panel?
Edited by SirGeod - 7/24/13 at 10:27am
post #5129 of 20215
I'm looking for a second opinion on my H220. The picture is of my new system and I want to change the tubing out for some white ones. Should I go through the trouble with it or just leave it stock? There also a little too long for the R4 if anyone was wondering about the fit20130610_165927.jpg
Edited by Brennan Hodges - 7/24/13 at 10:31am
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Makes me quite sad seeing people that OC their 4770k's at voltages below 1.3 to be stable at even 4.2ghz or even higher clocks...4.2 for me requires 1.3v+ mad.gif and 4.6 I'm guessing would need 1.5v+!
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