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Hey, if you don't mind, would you care to share some VRM temps? I wanted to do the same thing with a MSI TF3 7950 and wondered if that stock black heat spreader plate would be enough to keep them cool biggrin.gif
I would, but the GTX-670 doesnt have temp sensors for it. I got the Akust magnetic fan holder, and placed a AP122 directed airflow fan right below the card so its still getting air. The heatsink over the VRM part gets a little warm to touch, but that just means its doing its job. And its not so hot that it burns, so Im sure they are fine.
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What will the differences between the 220 and 320 be?

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Hey all, not a big fan of AIO kits but have been hearing so many good things about the H220, I just got one from the local store.

CNPS12X has been good to me but I miss seeing my board. Any tips before/after I install the H220?

Haven't seen many SB-E members using it......

Newbie here so any help would be appreciated the OCN way thumb.gif
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As I thought, expanding it doesnt really help with load temps. Its just helps by allowing you to cool more, and make it take longer to get to your max temp. Hit 64C @ 21C ambient, vs 66C @ 21C ambient before expanding.
Going to run the pump a little faster and see if it helps at all. At the current PWM setting it idles ~1500RPM, and got up to ~1950RPM under load.

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The problem I was having, is the pump was spinning, and water was in the pump and tubes before and after it. But the giant air bubbles would get stuck in those tubes and not move.

I later found laying it down somewhat helped. And flipping the case upside down and all around fallowing the tubing worked, but took forever (keeping the next path of tubing in a vertical position so the air would just "rise" up to the res). I started around midnight tubing up the whole kit, and around 1:30 started filling. By 5AM, I was just really tired and annoyed.


Im pretty sure its the MCW-80. As I sit here, there is a little bubble bouncing around right before the inlet of the MCW-80. The pump is trying to push it through, but the flow coming out of the MCW-80 is much slower. So I have to keep flicking the tube where the bubble is to get it to go through. Plus the fact air likes to rise, and its going downward isnt helping. Once it is through the MCW-80, it has no trouble going down to the front rad, then up to the top one.

Will discuss this with the guys and let you know..
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What will the differences between the 220 and 320 be?

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For CPU temps, not much. See my results directly above after adding another 240mm rad. It'll give you more headroom for adding other things though.

A 240mm rad is really more then just a CPU needs. The bottleneck will be the rate at which the CPU's die transfers heat to the IHS, and from the IHS to the water block.
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For CPU temps, not much. See my results directly above after adding another 240mm rad. It'll give you more headroom for adding other things though.

A 240mm rad is really more then just a CPU needs. The bottleneck will be the rate at which the CPU's die transfers heat to the IHS, and from the IHS to the water block.

The biggest difference is fan speed. More rad allows you to run slower fans and get the same performance, quieting your system down. At a certain point though, the block is only transferring a certain amount of heat to the water of your loop. If that water is almost at room temperature after going through the rad, adding more rads will have almost no effect.
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The biggest difference is fan speed. More rad allows you to run slower fans and get the same performance, quieting your system down. At a certain point though, the block is only transferring a certain amount of heat to the water of your loop. If that water is almost at room temperature after going through the rad, adding more rads will have almost no effect.
This is true too, but I believe the stock H220 rad is already past that point. Running only two NF-F12s on the kit stock at 1100RPM, then four of them at 1100RPM on two rads only took 2C off.



Tested higher pump speed at 2500RPM, didnt help the temps any.
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This is true too, but I believe the stock H220 rad is already past that point. Running only two NF-F12s on the kit stock at 1100RPM, then four of them at 1100RPM on two rads only took 2C off.



Tested higher pump speed at 2500RPM, didnt help the temps any.

Great info! Thanks.thumb.gif
 
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Im pretty sure its the MCW-80. As I sit here, there is a little bubble bouncing around right before the inlet of the MCW-80. The pump is trying to push it through, but the flow coming out of the MCW-80 is much slower. So I have to keep flicking the tube where the bubble is to get it to go through. Plus the fact air likes to rise, and its going downward isnt helping. Once it is through the MCW-80, it has no trouble going down to the front rad, then up to the top one.

BINGO!

The older MCW-80 is VERY restrictive (almost 6-7X more than the 82)
MCW82-PD-vs-FL.png

You are probably lucky to be pushing .5GPM with that block as a guess, but I'm not sure what the H220 pump curve is producing. 4lpm is pretty close to 1gpm.

Hearing H220 pump head should be similar (per RPM) as the 35x at the same rpm. Gussing that is 1-2m max which would put you under the 2LPM or less than .5GPM mark which is bleeding trouble flow rates. Performance should still be good, but I'm not surprised you had bleeding problems. The older 80 is like stinging a dozen normal gpu blocks in there.
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