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no clearly it can not be oriented the way i done it, i will try in 1h to rebuild my rig and organize it better.
but its not sitting correct thats for sure since swivel fitting is pushing block to the right and then i cant screw the block correctly and its all tight, i will see maybe i cut some piece of heat spreader

I looked at the pictures of the screws that you have and they look perfectly good to me. Why do you think that they were used?
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Hurry, someone start the H320 club. I want this to be like high school, where I cant get in. biggrin.gif
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You do know about the OCN discount at frozencpu?

Wow, theres a discount???!?
Yea its OCN for 5.1% off.

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here is how its standing not correct since my temps are not down



dont know what to do to bring it back or cut small piece in heat spreder... ?

EDIT: screws came in this condition as shown on the photo.
What about right side is it touching ram slot? If so I would turn it to the left 90degrees. That way if you have to mod the heatsink it would only be one side and not the heatsink and ram slot.

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I was told to come to this thread because I think my H220 pump isn't working correctly. I randomly checked my temps and they were around 40C idle. Then I ran prime95 just to see, and my temps reached high 90s. So I swapped out my H220 for my H100, and my temps were low again. Could my pump be clogged? If so, is there a way to unclog it?
What overclock are you at? I have same board are you using the AI Suite?
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i got the same problem i think its not seated property in my case..


push pull 100% fans and pump

Check the backplate and make sure that the screws all are out of the nuts the same distance, and that the back plate pieces are in the mounting holes and not caught on the lip.

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I have the nh 14d how much better will a h220 be ??
Roughly 10 degrees, depending on your ambient, overclock, how you set it up, and case air flow.
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Yea its OCN for 5.1% off.
What about right side is it touching ram slot? If so I would turn it to the left 90degrees. That way if you have to mod the heatsink it would only be one side and not the heatsink and ram slot.
What overclock are you at? I have same board are you using the AI Suite?
Check the backplate and make sure that the screws all are out of the nuts the same distance, and that the back plate pieces are in the mounting holes and not caught on the lip.
Roughly 10 degrees, depending on your ambient, overclock, how you set it up, and case air flow.

10 degrees? That's a pretty bold estimate.
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OK well in my room around 21c to 20°c HW monitor tells me inside my case air flow is 24°c so at 4.2 GHz of at 1.216 v core idle I get avg 35 c
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Yea its OCN for 5.1% off.
What about right side is it touching ram slot? If so I would turn it to the left 90degrees. That way if you have to mod the heatsink it would only be one side and not the heatsink and ram slot.
What overclock are you at? I have same board are you using the AI Suite?
Check the backplate and make sure that the screws all are out of the nuts the same distance, and that the back plate pieces are in the mounting holes and not caught on the lip.
Roughly 10 degrees, depending on your ambient, overclock, how you set it up, and case air flow.

10 degrees? That's a pretty bold estimate.
said roughly...
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OK well in my room around 21c to 20°c HW monitor tells me inside my case air flow is 24°c so at 4.2 GHz of at 1.216 v core idle I get avg 35 c

more important is load temps my guess 75 avg
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Yea its OCN for 5.1% off.
What about right side is it touching ram slot? If so I would turn it to the left 90degrees. That way if you have to mod the heatsink it would only be one side and not the heatsink and ram slot.
What overclock are you at? I have same board are you using the AI Suite?
Check the backplate and make sure that the screws all are out of the nuts the same distance, and that the back plate pieces are in the mounting holes and not caught on the lip.
Roughly 10 degrees, depending on your ambient, overclock, how you set it up, and case air flow.

10 degrees? That's a pretty bold estimate.
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OK well in my room around 21c to 20°c HW monitor tells me inside my case air flow is 24°c so at 4.2 GHz of at 1.216 v core idle I get avg 35 c

more important is load temps my guess 75 avg

 

 

Ok load avg is 65c now i have a question core 0 and 1 are always 6c higher than core 2 and 3 why is that? My guess is maybe the thermal paste is having better contact with that part of the cpu?? if so i could even have lower temps? What you guys think? 

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Ok load avg is 65c now i have a question core 0 and 1 are always 6c higher than core 2 and 3 why is that? My guess is maybe the thermal paste is having better contact with that part of the cpu?? if so i could even have lower temps? What you guys think? 

The best way to lower temps is delidding, its also a good way to equalize temps across the cores.
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Yea its OCN for 5.1% off.

What about right side is it touching ram slot? If so I would turn it to the left 90degrees. That way if you have to mod the heatsink it would only be one side and not the heatsink and ram slot.

What overclock are you at? I have same board are you using the AI Suite?

Check the backplate and make sure that the screws all are out of the nuts the same distance, and that the back plate pieces are in the mounting holes and not caught on the lip.

Roughly 10 degrees, depending on your ambient, overclock, how you set it up, and case air flow.


10 degrees? That's a pretty bold estimate.
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OK well in my room around 21c to 20°c HW monitor tells me inside my case air flow is 24°c so at 4.2 GHz of at 1.216 v core idle I get avg 35 c


more important is load temps my guess 75 avg


Ok load avg is 65c now i have a question core 0 and 1 are always 6c higher than core 2 and 3 why is that? My guess is maybe the thermal paste is having better contact with that part of the cpu?? if so i could even have lower temps? What you guys think? 

Thats normal. I once had a 3570k with 10c difference on max core. This 3770k is only 7-8c on max core.

At 65c you may want to overclock to about 75c. I however overclock to 85c biggrin.gif
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Thats normal. I once had a 3570k with 10c difference on max core. This 3770k is only 7-8c on max core.

At 65c you may want to overclock to about 75c. I however overclock to 85c biggrin.gif

 

Yeah i should try to push it but my only thing is one time i try doing the OC and played with offset and stuff i couldn't get a stable overclock at 4.2 so i tried auto v core and everything works fine at 1.216 i'll try to push it to 4.5ghz and see what my max vcore is and what my temps are around. Thanks! 

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