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post #6241 of 20809
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The H220 fans you use are not mounted correctly. All 4 fans are in pull?

First image is the NF-F12 the second on is not the NF-F12, those is the NF-P12. Mixing is not good with both those fans.
Is it bad to mix the NF-F12 on top of the radiator in push with the included helix fans on the bottom of the radiator in pull?

This is currently my setup and I idle at about 30C and have load temps of 60C (when running synthetics) running a 4770k @ 4.3GHz/1.25vcore
post #6242 of 20809
One of the sets of fans will restrict the airflow of the other, and the different RPMs and weights of bits of the fans cause weird vibrations. Have you tried taking either set off and seeing what temps result?
 
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post #6243 of 20809
hello

unfortunately my H220 died
Bacata to follow tomorrow in France.

Thank you all for the help
post #6244 of 20809
Whoops...wrong photo....

There are 4 F12s working as intake and 1 P12...which is drawing air onto the mobo and cooling the rear components. Also, haven't done a load test yet...will do that as soon as I close up my case [give me 20mins]. As soon as I have those numbers, I'll post...but isn't 70+ rather high...even with the variances in chips?

~old AMD new 2 Intel
Edited by oldAMDnew2Intel - 8/27/13 at 3:18pm
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post #6245 of 20809
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quote name="oldAMDnew2Intel" url="/t/1367654/swiftech-h220-h320-owners-club/6240#post_20693828"]Whoops...wrong photo....

There are 4 F12s working as intake and 1 P12...which is drawing air onto the mobo and cooling the rear components. Also, haven't done a load test yet...will do that as soon as I close up my case [give me 20mins]. As soon as I have those numbers, I'll post...but isn't 70+ rather high...even with the variances in chips?

~Kat[/quote]

Depends on several factors...external temperature, chip, voltage / OC and how you are reading your temps. Are you using coretemp or HWinfo? Is your chip OCed? If yes at what clock and voltage? Under stress what are you using? Prime95 blend test?

When I was using the h220 my 3930k at 4.4 ghz and 1.35v was reaching 75 degrees under prime just to give you one example...
post #6246 of 20809
the high temps this bro

I wore with 4.5 1.32Vcore
and the temps do not exceed 69 degrees in prime95
post #6247 of 20809
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the high temps this bro

I wore with 4.5 1.32Vcore
and the temps do not exceed 69 degrees in prime95

That's a lower Vcore than Gabriel reported and that's most likely why your temps are also lower. Some chips need a higher voltage to reach the same overclock. The silicone lottery can really be a PITA. Also keep in mind that other factors like your ambient temperature and case airflow can also make a difference.
post #6248 of 20809
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That's a lower Vcore than Gabriel reported and that's most likely why your temps are also lower. Some chips need a higher voltage to reach the same overclock. The silicone lottery can really be a PITA. Also keep in mind that other factors like your ambient temperature and case airflow can also make a difference.

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post #6249 of 20809
I have to say, In less than 24 hours, Bryan/Swiftech have arranged the new impeller for shipment to my location & also provided detailed instructions on how to replace it.
(Only reason it took that long is because I was asleep half the day & didn't provide the shipping address).

Replying within minutes of receiving an email or PM, there is no bureaucracy drama of a big company.

I hope Swiftech & its team get the credit they deserve in these forums cause they simply are one of the best out there.

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post #6250 of 20809
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Is it bad to mix the NF-F12 on top of the radiator in push with the included helix fans on the bottom of the radiator in pull?

This is currently my setup and I idle at about 30C and have load temps of 60C (when running synthetics) running a 4770k @ 4.3GHz/1.25vcore

Posted the wrong picture...there are no Helix fans in my case any more. I've gone from an exhaust to an intake configuration [push/pull]...and all 4 fans are indeed noctuas's NF-F12 PWMs.
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