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Had a chance to do some manual OC'in and my 9390 is now running stable at 4.8GHz. Unfortunately I had to underclock my RAM to 1333MHz, but that's not too surprising given that I'm running 8x8GB modules. Can I go higher? We shall see. redface.gif

Interesting observation: I've been using this fan filter, which I really like, but it seems to raise my core temps 4-5C when running at full load. I'm thinking I should pull it off when running CPU-intensive applications/tasks, or else replace the stock fans with ones that have a little more grunt. On the plus side, the filter improves the noise profile by eliminating the bit of howling sound that the fans make. Even with the filter my average core temps. are staying in the mid 70s during the stress test. Ambient is about 23C.

Load voltage?
 
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Thank you so much Gabe you are awesome we need more people in this world like you. got a replacement coming.
Edited by jchambers2586 - 3/16/13 at 12:52pm
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Anyone has put extra radiator + GPU to the H220? If so, gief pics :>

EDIT: Oh wait found review where some dude has put GTX 580 to the loop + RX240 radiator, also results with just the H220.



http://www.thinkcomputers.org/swiftech-h220-adding-to-the-loop/6/
Edited by Tonza - 3/16/13 at 1:20pm
post #524 of 20731
Squirt squirt squirt



Don't have much time for full blown testing atm.
Crappy quality pic, I know. Lots of glare in my room atm.

1 hour prime blend gave me a 41c delta (20c ambient, core average temp 61c). This is with CPU at 1.32v 4.5ghz. Colossal improvement over my H100. As my CPU is very concave, the flat h100 base could not mate properly regardless of TIM appilcation method. As the H220 block is bowed, I am getting excellent TIM spread as seen when removing block to check. Thanks Gabe for this nifty feature, it's a day and night difference on awkwardly concave IHS's.
I just have it in the top set as intake, push config with AP-15's

I will inform you guys that it's not possible to mount the rad on the bottom of the switch 810 if you are using a Rampage IV extreme and lightning 680 in the top slot. The video card is wider than refference models and the tubing won't reach the cpu. It's like an inch off.

Great product great company, just one gripe: the paint job on the rad sucks, but not a big deal to me.
Also, I really wanted to run the H220 without the swiftech frontplate on the block (just the bare pump showing) but there are ugly glue marks on the sides that won't come off with 99% isopropic alcohol/microfiber cloth. Of course the decorative plastic front plate covers this, but I prefer the industrial look of just the pump.
Edited by Scorpion667 - 3/16/13 at 1:50pm
    
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Load voltage?

1.41v +/- .02 (offset voltage).
post #526 of 20731
About to install my h220. Tim-mate 2 paste or something else. Or does it make a difference? Thanks.
post #527 of 20731
Just wanted to drop a quick note that I received my replacement unit Friday and am back up and running. Thanks again to the Swiftech team for getting out the replacement so quickly!
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I used the included paste. Seems like good stuff.
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Push/pull tested with NF-F12s 7V. 1C difference over ambient.

Push 24C Ambient,


Push/pull, 21C Ambient
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1.41v +/- .02 (offset voltage).

Nice. Maybe shot for 5! biggrin.gif
 
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