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I've always done 24-48hrs of prime and 15 rounds of IBT.

Wanting to see H220 results with a pair of OCed 7970s and an i5-3570k with a couple of extra radiators.

I may have some results for you in a week or so if everything gets delivered as expected. I am adding on an extra 240 and a 140 radiator to cool a 5.0Ghz 2600k and two overclocked Sapphire 7970's using Swiftech MCW82-7900 universal blocks. Everything I have read (and the demo system) says the pump should handle this without any issues. We will find out!
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post #782 of 20767
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Originally Posted by Fleat View Post

I may have some results for you in a week or so if everything gets delivered as expected. I am adding on an extra 240 and a 140 radiator to cool a 5.0Ghz 2600k and two overclocked Sapphire 7970's using Swiftech MCW82-7900 universal blocks. Everything I have read (and the demo system) says the pump should handle this without any issues. We will find out!

Good to here thumb.gif keep us posted.
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lol people that fold or do distributed computing 24/7 would disagree. It has to be stable. I've had p95 crash 12 hours in. That said, i'm not saying everyone has to do it. To each his own. Just dont blame anyone or any company for corrupt data if it occurs.

but anyways, dont forget to post pics and fill the form to join the club! thumb.gif
I'm a 3D artist (animation, modeling, rendering) by trade so my machines get a heavy workout by most measures. It's not that unusual that my machine will run overnight rendering animations with full global illumination, ambient occlusion, multipasses, etc. It's quite taxing, but I've found that it's still much less taxing than Prime95. So basically, if it's stable for my work I couldn't care less if it can run Prime95 for a week on end.
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I'm a 3D artist (animation, modeling, rendering) by trade so my machines get a heavy workout by most measures. It's not that unusual that my machine will run overnight rendering animations with full global illumination, ambient occlusion, multipasses, etc. It's quite taxing, but I've found that it's still much less taxing than Prime95. So basically, if it's stable for my work I couldn't care less if it can run Prime95 for a week on end.

This is how I see it now. thumb.gif Before I sold my 2600k, I did a 12 hour run of P95 @ 5ghz. Voltage was 1.496. The Silver Arrow kept the highest temp at 80c. I won't be doing any 12hr runs with my 3930k!smile.gif
 
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Tell me if this makes sense:

I had already bought the Sunbeam PL-RS-6 Rheosmart 6 Fan Controller before I bought the H220 and was thinking about ways to use it.

I connect the pump on the H220 to the splitter and the PWM Helix fans on the splitter as normal. Then connect the PWM signal cable from the Rheosmart to the splitter and the 3pin case fans to the Rheosmart controller.

I should be able to have the best of both worlds. The pump and the helix fans would be connected to the splitter as normal and the fan controller would be getting a PWM signal from the CPU-Fan connector enabling me to control the fans by using the BIOS along with the pump and helix fans or by using the manual control knobs.

So in essence it would enable me to connect 3pin fans to the H220 splitter (although not directly) without having them run full speed all the time and allow me to manually control them if I choose to do so.
Edited by Pure2sin - 3/21/13 at 9:52pm
post #786 of 20767
Anybody having luck installing the H220 in a HAF 912 case? I have the HAF 912 Advanced and really want this cooling unit.
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We have the same issue. I have the haf xm instead.
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We have the same issue. I have the haf xm instead.
You'll probably be able to install it without a problem.I think i found sort of a fix for installing it in my case too.Look:

Just to not use the holes intended for it but some of the holes in the grill.I won't be able to screw all the screws but i think it'll be enough.What do you think?
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I don't think it will strip the threads and drop or anything, but you might get some noticeable vibration with it mounted that way.

Edit: Looking at it again, I still wouldn't completely trust it. You may want to use some zip ties to hold it up as well just to be sure.
Edited by Fleat - 3/22/13 at 6:28am
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post #790 of 20767
Drill a couple extra holes -- no big deal. At minimum you could get two more screws just by snipping out a little of the octagonal mesh.
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