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post #7741 of 20809
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It will help if you can both tell me what your motherboards indicate what speed your pump is running. This will help me to diagnose your issue. It would also help if you could both post some pictures that show how your loops are set up.

I have it plugged into the cpu fan header, it's indicating at 100% the pump is running at around 3k rpm. Just to point out as I've done in my previous posts. This started happening out of nowhere. My temps use to be amazing.

Here's a pic of how it's setup. The res pointed upward.


EDIT: Ok I just removed the cooler from my case. Was looking at the rad under the light and I noticed the rad fins have rust on them. Now how is that possible? I'm not mistaking this brownish/orange color right?

Edited by bvsbutthd101 - 11/18/13 at 10:23am
post #7742 of 20809
Im running a ASUS RIVE motherboard and the rpm of the pump indicates about 1950rpm
Here are a few loop configuration photos + bios snapshots









post #7743 of 20809
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I have it plugged into the cpu fan header, it's indicating at 100% the pump is running at around 3k rpm. Just to point out as I've done in my previous posts. This started happening out of nowhere. My temps use to be amazing.

Here's a pic of how it's setup. The res pointed upward.

If this started out of nowhere then the issue has to be with how the block is mounted. It must be coming loose somehow and thus causing issues with your contact with the CPU. Please check the mounting to see if you've got a stripped screw or if one of the nuts on the back plate has become stripped. It could also be an issue with one of the plastic retaining washers. They will sometimes become worn after a couple mounts and this can create a poor contact between the block and the CPU.
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post #7744 of 20809
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If this started out of nowhere then the issue has to be with how the block is mounted. It must be coming loose somehow and thus causing issues with your contact with the CPU. Please check the mounting to see if you've got a stripped screw or if one of the nuts on the back plate has become stripped. It could also be an issue with one of the plastic retaining washers. They will sometimes become worn after a couple mounts and this can create a poor contact between the block and the CPU.

I've re-set several times with no change. Not sure if you saw but I edited my post. Take a look at the picture of the rad, there's seems to be rust somehow?

EDIT: All screws and nuts seem to be fine.
Edited by bvsbutthd101 - 11/18/13 at 10:34am
post #7745 of 20809
I just ran intel burn test a few minutes ago and here are my results. Ambient temperature now is 21 degree C.
I would like to add that adding two additional rads, adding a mobo waterblock, going from push to push/pull on additional 2 rads and adding a gpu or removing it from the loop did not reduce or increase cpu temps using the H220 unit. Is it possible that I have abnormal heat generation from my cpu?

Edited by marc0053 - 11/18/13 at 10:35am
post #7746 of 20809
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Im running a ASUS RIVE motherboard and the rpm of the pump indicates about 1950rpm
Here are a few loop configuration photos + bios snapshots

First off, that is the most elaborate loop configuration that I've seen yet in this thread. I also have a feeling that this is probably part of your issue. With a loop configuration such as yours I would highly suggest that you leave the pump running at full speed the whole time. This is due to the fact that you have quite a bit of restriction with the added motherboard water block and the added radiators. This should help to improve your temperatures, but I would also suspect that there might be either a blockage in your loop somewhere or you still have some air in the loop that's hindering your performance. With a loop that's that elaborate it's going to take quite a bit of effort to purge all of the air out of it.
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post #7747 of 20809
I just removed 3 of the 4 ram sticks and my temps have gone from 91C to 78C.
post #7748 of 20809
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I just ran intel burn test a few minutes ago and here are my results. Ambient temperature now is 21 degree C.
I would like to add that adding two additional rads, adding a mobo waterblock, going from push to push/pull on additional 2 rads and adding a gpu or removing it from the loop did not reduce or increase cpu temps using the H220 unit. Is it possible that I have abnormal heat generation from my cpu?

OK, this shows more of the picture and shows what the issue likely is. I think you've simply got a bad IHS mounting or the mounting of your block is uneven. There is such a wide range in your load temperatures and to me it just doesn't look right. I don't have enough experience yet with Ivy Bridge to confirm that, but this just doesn't look right to me.
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post #7749 of 20809
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I have it plugged into the cpu fan header, it's indicating at 100% the pump is running at around 3k rpm. Just to point out as I've done in my previous posts. This started happening out of nowhere. My temps use to be amazing.

Here's a pic of how it's setup. The res pointed upward.

EDIT: Ok I just removed the cooler from my case. Was looking at the rad under the light and I noticed the rad fins have rust on them. Now how is that possible? I'm not mistaking this brownish/orange color right?

The fins are copper so that can't be rust. We don't completely paint the fins because that would hinder the performance of the radiator because it would insulate the copper fins.
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post #7750 of 20809
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The fins are copper so that can't be rust. We don't completely paint the fins because that would hinder the performance of the radiator because it would insulate the copper fins.

Okay, thats good then. So it's not the mounting screws or nuts. They look to be in good shape.
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