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Currently using a Corsair h100 and it really works well cooling my i3570k. Even at 4.5Ghz it keep it low 70's c full load. thumb.gif
Since I'm planning on getting a R290x w/water block, should I get another radiator since R290x get really hot?
Need to retire my CF 6950's because it struggles at 1440p. mad.gif
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I would say you would for sure want to. With two components in a loop you should run at least 3x120 worth of rad.
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Currently using a Corsair h100 and it really works well cooling my i3570k. Even at 4.5Ghz it keep it low 70's c full load. thumb.gif
Since I'm planning on getting a R290x w/water block, should I get another radiator since R290x get really hot?
Need to retire my CF 6950's because it struggles at 1440p. mad.gif
70c is not so good.
You will need a 360 rad at least for 3570k+290x
    
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post #7334 of 20767
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Is it ok to use regular car radiator coolant in PC water cooling systems?

I'm still waiting for someone from Swiftech to reply to my issues with the pump noise... smile.gif I think it's a great cooler and I just want it to work silently on its high RPM

This is not advisable. These coolants aren't designed for PC water cooling and can actually eat at the metals within the system. I would recommend using distilled water or our HydrX coolant in these kits. I think I responded to your emails this morning. We're closed on the weekends.
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Is it ok to use regular car radiator coolant in PC water cooling systems?

I'm still waiting for someone from Swiftech to reply to my issues with the pump noise... smile.gif I think it's a great cooler and I just want it to work silently on its high RPM
Oh no do not use. The H220/H320 already comes with Swiftech Hydrx PM2 coolant. If you want more, they are cheap to get, about $5 a bottle.
    
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Sweet setup there, the neoprene tube looks good and yes definitely an idea I can use. How did you mount the H220 to the 180 though? How are your temps though? I'm planning to expand to my GPU as well in the future, so I'm thinking another 120mm rad should be enough.

I mounted the rad to the 180's with the included "feet" that cam with the case for rad mounting. My temps are excellent ~52c at full tilit with 4.75ghz @ 1.525v actual voltage. SO the H220 has plenty of room. I added the res as a means to keep the bubbles at bay while the rad is mounted lower than the pump. Having had this H220 since launch and one of the first units... I've not had a problem one with it, (except maybe the extreme patience needed to get the system to bleed proper since I also have the original impeller design).

All is good and can honestly say its been the best cooling purchase I've ever made.
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Originally Posted by BroJin View Post

Currently using a Corsair h100 and it really works well cooling my i3570k. Even at 4.5Ghz it keep it low 70's c full load. thumb.gif
Since I'm planning on getting a R290x w/water block, should I get another radiator since R290x get really hot?
Need to retire my CF 6950's because it struggles at 1440p. mad.gif

Depends on what your plans are as far as overclocking, and what you consider acceptable temps. Yes the 290X runs hot, but also has a much larger surface area to dissipate the heat through the copper block, even more so since it's a large die. Contrary to popular belief here in this thread, the supplied rad is plenty to keep both the cpu and a gpu cool in most instances, especially 1155/1150 socket CPUs since the block is convex the fit snug on them. Gabe ran a 3770K @4.5 ghz and TWO 680s in the same loop with JUST the H220 rad and push fans, and kept everything under 81*C when gaming. Another user here had 3 670s and the CPU all in the same loop with just the H220 rad, but used a D5 pump to increase flow, and maxed the GPUs at 67*C in stress testing. So it just depends on what kind of temps you're looking for. As far as "useable", the stock rad is plenty.
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Depends on what your plans are as far as overclocking, and what you consider acceptable temps. Yes the 290X runs hot, but also has a much larger surface area to dissipate the heat through the copper block, even more so since it's a large die. Contrary to popular belief here in this thread, the supplied rad is plenty to keep both the cpu and a gpu cool in most instances, especially 1155/1150 socket CPUs since the block is convex the fit snug on them. Gabe ran a 3770K @4.5 ghz and TWO 680s in the same loop with JUST the H220 rad and push fans, and kept everything under 81*C when gaming. Another user here had 3 670s and the CPU all in the same loop with just the H220 rad, but used a D5 pump to increase flow, and maxed the GPUs at 67*C in stress testing. So it just depends on what kind of temps you're looking for. As far as "useable", the stock rad is plenty.

Thanks for the heads up. Hoping to clock my i3570k at 4.5Ghz and dual r290x mild over clock at under 70's c. So a faster flow pump and a push and pull setup should work. tongue.gif
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Thanks for the heads up. Hoping to clock my i3570k at 4.5Ghz and dual r290x mild over clock at under 70's c. So a faster flow pump and a push and pull setup should work. tongue.gif
R9 290x is a much hotter card than GTX 680.
Push/Pull does little to a slim rad with low FPI.
Comparing a GTX 680 to a R9 290x is not the same.
GTX 680 is 195w TDP
R9 290x is 300w TDP

Going with a larger rad is more important. 360 is what you want to look at.
120mm per block is the ideal setup.
    
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i have a problem with my fan pins(z87x-ud4h f7 bios)... i have a swiftech h220 and plugged the pump to the cpu fan header and plugged both fans to the system fan header 1 using the 8 way pwm splitter. my problem is that the pump does not work, but if i plug the pump to with the splitter together with both fans in the cpu fan header, everything works fine. i just wanted to separate the pump and fans so could see the speed of both..
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