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but it isnt , cinebench does not give time for the water to peak
depends, again i am not telling you your way is wrong, and mostly stability is subjective but this is something to think about
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so if you use anything you want to keep, IE family photos, it is something to think about !

With this I agree...I test for stability to prevent errors as well, no fun in having your os get corrupted. That's why I do an hdd image after installing everything I need update and driver wise in each system. (no gpu drivers though). I normally reflash that image once or twice till I nail the ideal driver setup for any given card/s.
post #8082 of 20728
I've had 18+ hr p95 rigs lose stability hell i've had 24hr p95 stable rigs lose stability. The only one i never had a problem out of was when i got 48hrs stable p95.

My 8320 rig i can't reliably test for stability because my h212 is inadequate for the CPU so i just went about my regular process of gaming and benching. Never had a crash or anything like that. First rig i've ever considered stable like that. Usually i'm very uptight about getting a rig stable and eliminating errors. Same goes for GPUs i've had my 7970 pas 45 minutes of Furmark only to artifact in some games. Stability is a funny thing.
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post #8083 of 20728
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By the way, we just shipped out Glacer to our ch-nnels this week so its back in stock.

Great to hear. I just saw that Amazon now has it listed, out of stock, but it's finally listed.
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agg gpu block leaking, gotta disassemble. probably only cool CPU for now(also gotta get the bubbles out of my block)
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Hello All,

I am new to overclock.net, and I have a question regarding the Cooler Master Glacer 240L (Swiftech H220).

I am looking to purchase the Glacer 240L for my new build, but I am curious on a possible issue I noticed in pictures of different setups.

My MB will be the Asus Maximus VI Hero, and I was wondering if I will loose the first red dimm slot closest to the CPU socket. The ram that I have is the G.Skill Ripsaws X, which has a larger heatsink.

I went through the pictures that were posted on this thread, but I could not find a MB that is really close to the Hero

I know that the Glacer is really similar to the H220.

I don't want to buy the Glacer then have to return it.

Thank you in advance for your help

JThorpe
post #8086 of 20728
Hi guys,

I just got my h220 from the NCIX sale. Are the stock fans any good? Installation and all went smooth but when I first booted it up I noticed there's a very loud clicking noise. One of the fans seems to be not turning well. I have 4 Noctua NF-P12s but I'm thinking on picking up some NF-F12s to replace the stuck fan. Clicking is driving me nuts! Any advice?
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Hey Guys,

Started my PC today and got a warning of CPU fan failure, switched off immediately and checked the PWM header for connectivity.

Everything looked fine, No Noises from the H320 Pump, The Outlet Hose was Incredibly Hot and all around the CPU socket very warm,

Booted up PC again and the same warning, went straight into Bios, CPU 97c, Powered off quickly!!!!

Left for 10 mins and booted again holding pump to feel for Vibrations, Pump working fine, no noises and PC booted to desktop, CPU

Idling around 34C as usual. I've only had the H320 installed for a few days, could this have been an air bubble?? Lucky not to have Burnt

out my CPU. Has anyone else experienced this at all?
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Hey Guys,

Started my PC today and got a warning of CPU fan failure, switched off immediately and checked the PWM header for connectivity.

Everything looked fine, No Noises from the H320 Pump, The Outlet Hose was Incredibly Hot and all around the CPU socket very warm,

Booted up PC again and the same warning, went straight into Bios, CPU 97c, Powered off quickly!!!!

Left for 10 mins and booted again holding pump to feel for Vibrations, Pump working fine, no noises and PC booted to desktop, CPU

Idling around 34C as usual. I've only had the H320 installed for a few days, could this have been an air bubble?? Lucky not to have Burnt

out my CPU. Has anyone else experienced this at all?

I experienced the same thing with my H220 with the original impeller design, I think it could have seized up shortly because of an air bubble like mine had but with the new design it seemed to have worked its way out of the pump on your H320.

My cpu hit 99c and my gpu hit 80+c when it happened, just glad I had precision x monitoring on and cpuz in second monitor while I was playing BF3.
Edited by Azefore - 12/11/13 at 8:36am
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Thanks Azefore,

I'll be keeping an eye on it, hopefully just a teething Problem smile.gif
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I have 4 Noctua NF-P12s but I'm thinking on picking up some NF-F12s to replace the stuck fan. Any advice?

If youcells have the P12s as PWM version, then you should not buy F12s(much louder at full speed), as the H220 is designed for low rpm and static pressure and if you go to push pull, then the P12s slower rpm doesn't mean much in temperatures. typer.gif
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