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well finally installed my h220, ironically it is a temp till i get off my bum and have my wifes res custom built.

but looks good, did not get to stress it. i did install it on a CVFz without issue or modification. i did leak test it for several days but i gotta say the install was painless, less then 5 min, i really think swiftech has the best mounting.... period

granted i have learned the tricks from my apogee hds but still. amazing. sounds great and i have to say, i am wowed with the helix fans. i still prefer swiftechs other fans, but i dont care about acoustics lol . i think i am going to buy another 20 my next purchase from them...
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post #7592 of 20732
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Originally Posted by Scorpion667 View Post

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!

Very nice clean build! Love it biggrin.gif
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well finally installed my h220, ironically it is a temp till i get off my bum and have my wifes res custom built.

but looks good, did not get to stress it. i did install it on a CVFz without issue or modification. i did leak test it for several days but i gotta say the install was painless, less then 5 min, i really think swiftech has the best mounting.... period

granted i have learned the tricks from my apogee hds but still. amazing. sounds great and i have to say, i am wowed with the helix fans. i still prefer swiftechs other fans, but i dont care about acoustics lol . i think i am going to buy another 20 my next purchase from them...

Congrats!

Here's mine, dropped temps from 85c to 56c under load running XTU, at 22c ambients.

I haven't finished with my case mod, that's why my case is so weird and horrific tongue.gif
She'll be pretty soon, but meanwhile it does the job.




Quick question, is my mount ok? I had to revert the spot where the fans mount, and have the part where the tubing meets the rad at the top (it's a front 240 mount in my modded case...used to be the top of my CM 690 II). Will that hurt the res or performance?

Coolermaster did a great job with their implementation, it looks real good and the extra strong fans and pump are a plus in my book.
Then again, Swiftech is the bomb for coming up with these amazing kits biggrin.gif
Edited by ivanlabrie - 11/13/13 at 6:08am
post #7593 of 20732
Are my temps abnormal for a H320 on a 4670K?

1.25Vcore, high 70's celsius with prime95... I'm seeing people getting these temps at 1.38V :O Ambient is about 20C ..

Edit: I think I put too much TIM-mate on, but I've read that should only affect temps by about 5C.
    
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I know it's not a fair comparison.. But on my 4770K w/ H320 and 1.25Vcore I get with Prime95 max 65 degrees.. but didn't tested it for long.. only for 30 min or something..
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It depends on how good is the tim job between the IHS and the die...I've grown tired of Intel's mainstream platform for that reason, and limited cpu headroom for 3d benching. (saving for a 4930k smile.gif)

Anyone knows if the way my rad is mounted is safe?
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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post

It depends on how good is the tim job between the IHS and the die...I've grown tired of Intel's mainstream platform for that reason, and limited cpu headroom for 3d benching. (saving for a 4930k smile.gif)

Anyone knows if the way my rad is mounted is safe?

If the reservoir is located at the bottom this will cause issues later on when evaporation starts to occur. The reservoir should be placed above the pump so that it can act as a proper air trap to prevent air from getting caught in the pump.
post #7597 of 20732
So I've had my Swiftech H220 since mid March and unfortunately it has developed a slight knocking/clicking sound when running it over 40% pump speed. At 30% it seems to go away. Before I could hear the sound of water over 45% so I just ran it below that. Now I hear it pretty much at any pump speed. The water sound wasn't really a big deal but this knocking is worrying me.
post #7598 of 20732
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So I've had my Swiftech H220 since mid March and unfortunately it has developed a slight knocking/clicking sound when running it over 40% pump speed. At 30% it seems to go away. Before I could hear the sound of water over 45% so I just ran it below that. Now I hear it pretty much at any pump speed. The water sound wasn't really a big deal but this knocking is worrying me.

Have you tried the instructions in the OP for removing air from the pump? If not, let me know if that works for you. I recently was reminded of an old remedy for removing air that might also work. If you kink the tubing coming off of the outlet barb for a couple of seconds and then release it, this can also help with purging air and make the pump quiet down. It's an old trick that works well for pumps that aren't quite as powerful as the D5 or DC Laing pumps.
post #7599 of 20732
I have a question for you, Can I mount the H220 in a Zalman Z11 with a Crosshair V Formula ?

I know the motherboard is incompatible, but I see this : http://www.overclock.net/t/1367654/swiftech-h220-h320-and-cm-glacer-240l-owners-club/5050#post_20457831

Thanks smile.gif
   
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If the reservoir is located at the bottom this will cause issues later on when evaporation starts to occur. The reservoir should be placed above the pump so that it can act as a proper air trap to prevent air from getting caught in the pump.

Hmmm, gonna have to figure out how to mount it that way, since it won't fit like that...how long would evaporation take to kick in?
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