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Just installed custom tubing and added a second 120mm thick rad xspc, plus added my hd 7970. Under load I get a max of about 40c°..

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I changed my config a little bit. Don't have screenshots for everything, this is just my personal testing that I am sharing.

The radiator is top mounted in my Switch 810. Switched from AP-15 Push - Intake to AP-15 Push/Pull - Exhaust.
Also changed the TIM from MX2 to TM2.

Testing conditions:
-3930k @ 4.5Ghz 1.312-1.32v
-Switch 810 case (closed) with stock NZXT 140mm intake(2x, front) and exhaust (1x, rear) fans
-AP-15's @ 1790 RPM (maxed on Scythe fan controller)
-Prime95 v27.7 build 2 custom Blend test (14.336GB memory used), 15 minute tests (would have done 1 hour tests but I am very busy)

Setup A)
-Top mounted rad
-AP-15's as Push, intake
-MX2 paste
-Ambient temp at radiator fan intake 25.5C
-Average core temp after 15 mins 71.83C
-Delta Core temp (Load Core temp minus Ambient temp): 46.33C

Setup B)
-Top mounted rad
-AP-15's as Push/Pull, exhaust
-TIM-Mate 2 paste
-Ambient temp at front case fan intake 26C
-Average core temp after 15 mins 72C
-Delta Core temp (Load Core temp minus Ambient temp): 46C

I am very happy with these results as my main purpose was to lower GPU temp, which went down 6-8c during heaven and 3dmark11 loops. I didn't like that my case got warm with rad fans as intake and the mosfets beneath the backplate of my 680 lightning (thermal tape in between) got a little toasty with the warm air blowing directly on it. My 680 Lightning is back to getting amazing load temperatures, as it was when my previous CPU cooler (H100) set as exhaust. 47c GPU temp in Heaven at stock clocks FTW.

Conclusion: In this particular scenario, Push - Intake setup is nearly identical to Push/Pull exhaust. The only flaw to this conclusion is that I changed thermal pastes so it's not a perfect review style comparison. It is nearly my experience.

A note on the sound pattern: The Switch 810 has some cross members on the top panel. These cross members actually block the fan intake a little bit on the sides. My AP-15's hate having that restriction in front of them... it gives them an inconsistent sound pattern even when I keep them on 25% on the fan controller, which gets worse as speed goes up. It makes their sound have a pulsating pattern, alternating every 3-4 seconds or so. This drives me nuts. With Push/Pull as exhaust, the intake side is clear of restriction and the cross members do not cause that sound problem on the exhaust side. All my rad fans are mounted beneath the top panel. Overall the sound pattern is much much more consistent and pleasant. Sure, push/pull is a tiny, tiny bit louder, but a more consistent sound in my case.

Screenshot + Pic of Push/Pull
(I forgot to remove the blue tape, used it to keep the exhaust fans in place while I was mounting the rad lol)


Edited by Scorpion667 - 3/24/13 at 12:02am
    
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Just installed custom tubing and added a second 120mm thick rad xspc, plus added my hd 7970. Under load I get a max of about 40c°..

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Just wondering...will this fit in the front drive bays of Silverstone Raven RV03 case?
Edited by Anusha - 3/24/13 at 3:30am
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Originally Posted by witeboy07 View Post

Just installed custom tubing and added a second 120mm thick rad xspc, plus added my hd 7970. Under load I get a max of about 40c°..

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I'll be posting some pics today, my sites should be on my rig list thingy. But everything seems to be running cooker than before. I'm not really a nerd on ambient minus delta, but those temps are what my sensors are showing.

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edit: wow i'm dumb, looked at the block instead of documentation, says in right on the side.

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post #867 of 20767
Once sitting on the cpu, the inlet it's the left side.

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edit: wow i'm dumb, looked at the block instead of documentation, says in right on the side.

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Anybody taken the swivel barbs off the H220 yet? I don't have any more coolant yet so I don't want to do it right now, but it looks like the arms on the Apogee Drive 2 will bolt in place to replace them for the few of us that have both.



They are extremely similar of course smile.gif


BTW I have Apogee Drive 2 hardware on my H220, for those that don't know. I reused the plastic clips instead of the metal ones because they seemed the easier option at the time.
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Not sure on the APD2 fitting compatibility but it's possible. Looks about the same size and it makes sense considering most everything else except for the pump shaft support looks very much like an APD2. Only difference is the shaft support, pump motor, and heatsink from what I could tell at a glance.
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please when is back in stock? Thank you.
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