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post #6721 of 20728
I had the opposite issue with my H320 back plate. It stuck to the mobo so well I was scared I would hurt the mobo when I pried the back plate loose.
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post #6722 of 20728
Dont know if this was posted already, but a comparison between the h110, eisberg, water extreme 2.0, and the h220:
http://youtu.be/DhkWrSmvrZk

Like we know already, the h220 comes out on top when maxed out like the others.
 
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post #6723 of 20728
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Originally Posted by MightyUnit View Post

I had the opposite issue with my H320 back plate. It stuck to the mobo so well I was scared I would hurt the mobo when I pried the back plate loose.

Well on the H220 it's a real nightmare to install that's why I'm looking for a better alternative...
post #6724 of 20728
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Originally Posted by TiM3SH1FT View Post

Well on the H220 it's a real nightmare to install that's why I'm looking for a better alternative...

I'm surprised you say that, from what i've read the mounting system gets pretty good reviews? Nice backplate and tension springs and all.
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Brian just wanted to amend my previous post. I did not have a chance to overclock when I had posted that first post of successful installation. The bracket is no longer the issue it is the base of the water block where each of the 2 tubes attach. It is those bases which are blocking the 4th dimm slot and the other one exerts pressure on the vrm. While with the bracket issue eliminated with my trusty mini-hacksaw, the water block seats much better, but not 100% spot on. The result is when I overclock and run prime 95 the system immediately powers down in a fraction of a second. I was able to successfully run prime 95 at 4.0 GHZ stock frequency on my FX-8350. I would appreciate feedback from any of you who are experienced in addition to Brian on this issue.

Edited by os2wiz - 9/19/13 at 12:22pm
post #6726 of 20728
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Originally Posted by TiM3SH1FT View Post

Well on the H220 it's a real nightmare to install that's why I'm looking for a better alternative...[/quote

What H320 back plate? It uses the motherboard back plate. Swiftech provides a bracket with screws and washers no back-plate.

Edited by os2wiz - 9/19/13 at 12:20pm
post #6727 of 20728
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Originally Posted by michael-ocn View Post

I'm surprised you say that, from what i've read the mounting system gets pretty good reviews? Nice backplate and tension springs and all.

Yeah no it's really not great at all... you have to put pressure on the backplate and at the same time screw-in the screws by doing some sort of hand-gymnastics.
Then the cold plate slides all over the place .. you get the idea wink.gif
post #6728 of 20728
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Yeah no it's really not great at all... you have to put pressure on the backplate and at the same time screw-in the screws by doing some sort of hand-gymnastics.
Then the cold plate slides all over the place .. you get the idea wink.gif

i folded a cloth behind the mobo tray and laid it down. worked out fine thumb.gif
 
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Yeah no it's really not great at all... you have to put pressure on the backplate and at the same time screw-in the screws by doing some sort of hand-gymnastics.
Then the cold plate slides all over the place .. you get the idea wink.gif

My Antec Kuhler backplate does the same thing. Here's how I make install much easier (in fact I just installed again last night).

Take the backplate and make sure it's aligned properly in the holes. Now take some tape that is decently sticky but not so sticky that it will be difficult to remove/leave residue behind and take 4 pieces for each of the four holes. Tape over the 4 holes making sure it makes good contact with the motherboard and backplate at each 4 points.

Now that backplate isn't moving anywhere. Once done with install simply remove the tape or leave it if you're too lazy to remove it tongue.gif.
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Brian just wanted to amend my previous post. I did not have a chance to overclock when I had posted that first post of successful installation. The bracket is no longer the issue it is the base of the water block where each of the 2 tubes attach. It is those bases which are blocking the 4th dimm slot and the other one exerts pressure on the vrm. While with the bracket issue eliminated with my trusty mini-hacksaw, the water block seats much better, but not 100% spot on. The result is when I overclock and run prime 95 the system immediately powers down in a fraction of a second. I was able to successfully run prime 95 at 4.0 GHZ stock frequency on my FX-8350. I would appreciate feedback from any of you who are experienced in addition to Brian on this issue.

This is not an issue that I've seen before. Can you please post a picture so that I can show it to our engineer for analysis? This block should make good contact once the issue with the heat sink has been resolved.
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