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You won't be disappointed mate!

My cpu maxed out at 83c with 29c ambients...1.51v and 4.8ghz, so pretty good for an i7 3820. (not my 24/7 clocks and volts, I prefer 4.65ghz with 1.38v)
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Got my 290 added into my H220



Temps actually seem pretty ok for now. Thinking I'm gonna redo the tubing though, probably add a Phobya 200mm rad later as well.
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You won't be disappointed mate!

My cpu maxed out at 83c with 29c ambients...1.51v and 4.8ghz, so pretty good for an i7 3820. (not my 24/7 clocks and volts, I prefer 4.65ghz with 1.38v)

Glad to hear it thumb.gif 29C ambient is on the warm side, you should be able to reduce those temps a bit.

I think it will take a good while to setup tomorrow, but i'm excited. Hoping that pin i bent back on my socket has no problems.
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Glad to hear it thumb.gif 29C ambient is on the warm side, you should be able to reduce those temps a bit.

I think it will take a good while to setup tomorrow, but i'm excited. Hoping that pin i bent back on my socket has no problems.

If it's straight it shouldn't be a problem...what kind of i7 is that you got there?

I run 4.65ghz with 1.38v for daily usage, since I mine primecoins with it...don't wanna use too much power while at it.
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3770K i got the board used and didn't notice the bent pin till late. It looks to be in line perfectly but looking over the board i can distinctly notice where it is. Also do i need to leak test my 240L? Just to be thorough?

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3770K i got the board used and didn't notice the bent pin till late. It looks to be in line perfectly but looking over the board i can distinctly notice where it is. Also do i need to leak test my 240L? Just to be thorough?


I leak tested mine for a few hours, to be sure...wouldn't hurt to do it.

Also, you can delid for max performance under water. thumb.gif
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Got my 290 added into my H220



Temps actually seem pretty ok for now. Thinking I'm gonna redo the tubing though, probably add a Phobya 200mm rad later as well.
nice what are your CPU and GPU temps at load? I am planning to do this also with my 290x but I have already added a 140mm xt45
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Which case are you currently using? That will help to know if it will work.

I have the HAF 922, I could change that as I have no major budget constraints. I've had some help from forum members and my OC'ing attempts have been much more fruitful. My 80i no longer gets it done. I'm not in a big hurry to order parts and I may even go with a full custom loop, weighing my options.

Six weeks ago I ordered a 100i to replace the over worked 80i, two weeks later I see the 240L released and having a bunch of points at NE to use, I ordered that. After seeing this thread and what some of the members here are doing with expanding these aio's, I have kind of caught the fever.
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I know this isn't strictly a thread for questions like this, but it relates to my new Glacier 240L, so here it is...

My Corsair PWM SP120 HP fans are going like a bat out of hell, and I don't think the SYSfan1 header on my MSI Z77 board has PWM control, so those bastards are running full-power like they're trying to cool the core of the earth...
See here:





So I have a Swiftech splitter on it's way, and that's all well and good, but I'm curious as to how to properly hook the Glacier's pump unit (true PWM, obviously), my four PWM fans, and my one solitary rear fan (voltage only) to these two headers without a bigger bird's nest or more undue money spent.


Ideas?



Thanks - T
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I know this isn't strictly a thread for questions like this, but it relates to my new Glacier 240L, so here it is...

My Corsair PWM SP120 HP fans are going like a bat out of hell, and I don't think the SYSfan1 header on my MSI Z77 board has PWM control, so those bastards are running full-power like they're trying to cool the core of the earth...
See here:





So I have a Swiftech splitter on it's way, and that's all well and good, but I'm curious as to how to properly hook the Glacier's pump unit (true PWM, obviously), my four PWM fans, and my one solitary rear fan (voltage only) to these two headers without a bigger bird's nest or more undue money spent.


Ideas?



Thanks - T

Why not still plug the pump in the red slot on the Swiftech splitter and plug the splitter to PWM fan? You'd still have to plug in thr SATAs on the pump and the splitter to the PSU, but it would work the same way the H220 does.
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