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Hey! Is that the Maximus V Formula? I was worried about how my ram would fit with my recent arrival of the H320 and my Maximus V Formula board. Do you notice any stress on the ram from the tubing? I really dont want to take two of my sticks out to make it fit.
It is a Maximus Extreme V so it is probably the same layout. One hose is a little snug but I think it's ok. I might go ahead and lengthen the one hose later on but for now it is ok.
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Just finished installing mine, doing some initial test runs with IBT.

CPU at 4.3, RAM at stock 1600mhz, VCore at 1.176

Very impressive temps. I plan to move the cpu up to 4.5 next and continue forward.

The pump makes a faint clicking noise but I can only hear it when the case is open and near it. Otherwise my other fans overpower it.

As you can see from pic #2, I have about 3mm clearance between my 10.5" video cards and the fan. Fits perfectly biggrin.gifWarning: Spoiler! (Click to show)





You could mount the fans in the front outside of the case. This way you have clearance. Also the mounting of the pump I would go with tubing north/south position and have it closer to the rear, to give less of bend in the tubing.
    
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What do you guys think?

I think its nice to see evidence of just how badass the gear in this AIO cooler really is smile.gif
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You could mount the fans in the front outside of the case. This way you have clearance. Also the mounting of the pump I would go with tubing north/south position and have it closer to the rear, to give less of bend in the tubing.

I tried it that alignment but the Sabertooth has high ridges around the cpu area that banged into one of the hoses.

Also, I have fans on the outside, currently running push pull with air exhausting out the front of the case.

The 200 mm up top is intake pushing down on gpu's, 120mm rear exhaust. Seems to be working pretty well.
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post #6605 of 20817
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I think its nice to see evidence of just how badass the gear in this AIO cooler really is smile.gif

Yeah, true. The only thing I didn't mention was that the 2 Helix fans are louder than 4 of the Cougars as well. They don't seem to need to work so hard. Not sure really, but it is evident that the stock H220 fans may not have the same static pressure, even if the flow is more.

Bryan can weigh in on this probably.
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Does anyone know offhand, if the stock fans that come with the Corsair H80i would be better than the stock fans on the H220 for intake? I have a spare set and was thinking of giving them a try. I know their specs but not sure what the H220 fans specs look like in comparison.

Fan speed: 2700 RPM
Fan airflow: 77 CFM
Fan dBA: 37.68 dBA
Fan static pressure: 4mm/H20

What I could find on the Swiftech fans:

1800 RPM
Static Pressure: 0.53 ~ 2.29 mmH20
55 CFM
33 Dba
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OK... so... Here are your results for using the default rad / fan configuration from the H220:




I did the same tests as mentioned in my earlier post

These are the AIDA only temps CPU / GPU. If I would have let this go to 30 minutes, I don't know where it would have leveled but she was rising steadily as you can see from the graph:




Here are the temps from gaming:






So the CPU temps just simply pegged-out at 62C no matter what I threw at it. These were almost the same kind of results I was seeing with two of these cards in SLI and the H220 AIO pump / block config in an open Corsair 650D. I could not close the case due the heat output of the cards and the lack of airflow. Very sad.... Of course, I would not close the case with THIS config either without amazing, quiet airflow through the case.

This test was not to find out how long I could run Prime 95 or any other synthetic. In fact, these days, I rarely read those articles due to the fact that if I built a system based on synthetic results, I would be sorely disappointed in the results. How do I know?? Just ask me how it went after reading and watching as much as I could consume about building a newer high-end system, and the results after doing that last year...

These tests were simply to show how a stable, real world computer could use the little rad while I wait on a 480 (that I can't yet afford) to arrive in the midst of my working on modding this old Lian Li V2000. So grats to Swiftech for making an outstanding performing little radiator (and AIO for that matter!). The numbers don't lie, and the pics back it up. bruce.gif

What do you guys think?

Hardware Monitor is not a very accurate tool. Hardware Information Monitor is considered more accurate by most seasoned overclockers.
Edited by os2wiz - 9/12/13 at 8:58pm
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Does anyone know offhand, if the stock fans that come with the Corsair H80i would be better than the stock fans on the H220 for intake? I have a spare set and was thinking of giving them a try. I know their specs but not sure what the H220 fans specs look like in comparison.

Fan speed: 2700 RPM
Fan airflow: 77 CFM
Fan dBA: 37.68 dBA
Fan static pressure: 4mm/H20

What I could find on the Swiftech fans:

1800 RPM
Static Pressure: 0.53 ~ 2.29 mmH20
55 CFM
33 Dba
With the H220 it has low FPI of 13, H80i is 17-19. H220 dont need much Static Pressure to cool the rad. CFM will do more to help cool. If you run the H80i fans at the same speed as Helix, it would be basically the same, but louder.
    
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With the H220 it has low FPI of 13, H80i is 17-19. H220 dont need much Static Pressure to cool the rad. CFM will do more to help cool. If you run the H80i fans at the same speed as Helix, it would be basically the same, but louder.

Thanks, as long as they are equal or better, I can use them. They Helix fans just fit inside my case but I think the Corsair's might have too much depth because of their flared corners.
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WOW! Nice! Good luck! thumb.gif

Post some pix after. BTW, Have you tested for temps already? smile.gif

Here is my fully blown H220 setup (for all the talk about failure, mine been working since mid Feb; original design)
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H220 is cooling CPU, Motherboard, 2x 7950 EKWB, Swiftech MCR-360rad, 240rad(h220), Swiftech MCR-140rad. Also used a Swiftech Micro Res. V.2. Using Primochill LRT tubing and Compression fittings.














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