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Originally Posted by outofmyheadyo View Post

imo theres no use over 1150rpm since all i managed to get was 1c of diffrence between 1150rpm and 3000rpm and that was on a linx 1.340v 4770k

Something is wrong with your measurements, since water temperature should vary A LOT.
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Something is wrong with your measurements, since water temperature should vary A LOT.

No they shouldn't. Not under stock usage. In other words the kit hasn't been expanded. What he's saying is that when the system is under the same amount of stress and ambient conditions, it really doesn't make any difference if you run the pump at minimum speed or full speed. Your delta temperature will only be about a degree less when the pump is run at full speed as opposed to minimum speed. Our own testing has shown this to be about right.
post #7583 of 20720
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Originally Posted by outofmyheadyo View Post

imo theres no use over 1150rpm since all i managed to get was 1c of diffrence between 1150rpm and 3000rpm and that was on a linx 1.340v 4770k

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No they shouldn't. Not under stock usage. In other words the kit hasn't been expanded. What he's saying is that when the system is under the same amount of stress and ambient conditions, it really doesn't make any difference if you run the pump at minimum speed or full speed. Your delta temperature will only be about a degree less when the pump is run at full speed as opposed to minimum speed. Our own testing has shown this to be about right.

Are we talking about pump or fan speed? 'Cause I thought he was referring to fan speed confused.gif
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Are we talking about pump or fan speed? 'Cause I thought he was referring to fan speed confused.gif

The fans max out at 1800 RPM so he has to be talking about the pump. Fan speed would be an entirely different story.
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Can you link it I cant find it. Thinking that was a clearance price or im looking at the wrong site.

Here's one: http://www.jab-tech.com/cpu-blocks/swiftech-apogee-drive-ii-2011/
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post #7587 of 20720
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The fans max out at 1800 RPM so he has to be talking about the pump. Fan speed would be an entirely different story.

I didnt use the provided helix fans I had the Gentle typhoon AP-15s on it and 10 min linx run just had 1 degree difference min vs max pump speed.
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I didnt use the provided helix fans I had the Gentle typhoon AP-15s on it and 10 min linx run just had 1 degree difference min vs max pump speed.

Well I didn't know which fans you were using, but the pump maxes out at three thousand RPM. So I just figured that you had to be talking about the pump speed.
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Well I didn't know which fans you were using, but the pump maxes out at three thousand RPM. So I just figured that you had to be talking about the pump speed.

I was biggrin.gif
post #7590 of 20720
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I generally like Tom's reviews, but his review of the H220 was just utter crap. As a former reviewer I can tell when a review is just a biased opinion and has nothing to do with the actual performance of the product. To prove my point all you have to do is watch the review and ask yourself how can it still possibly receive a gold award when he basically trashed it through the whole review? It just doesn't add up. There are many other reviews of these kits that are much more fair than Tom's was. I'll admit that at full speed the pump on these kits can be a little noisy. But if you set it at around 50 to 60% it's going be quieter than most fan noise.

I had to quote this.

I enjoyed Tom's reviews for a couple years now but I unsubscribed when I saw his H220 review. It was always clear he was a Corsair fanboy. Whatever that's his thing, I get it. But to straight out diss a product that has been proven time and time again to have better thermals and acoustics then his H100i (which he speaks so highly of) is about as shady as a review could possibly get. I will not tolerate biased reviews.

Dunno, he's good at what he does but it's one of those things where if you lie to me once I will take your words with a grain of salt.



Anyway. My h220 still running strong. Gonna expand it a bit with a 680L Aqua block and probably... 240mm/280mm UT45 rad up front. Got about 50mm of space between the fan and hdd tray so it should be good.



And yes ladies and gentlemen, that is a RIVE inside an Arc Midi R2 (newegg $59 sale). LOVE it!
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