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post #9341 of 20767
Hi all,

I just by a H220 for my build. Pump problems are solved ? (noise, ko, etc ...)

There is just one version of H220 or a V2 with all corrects ?

Thx for answer
post #9342 of 20767
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Originally Posted by We of Us View Post

With this XSPC waterblock youcells might have minor incompatibility with your non reference Gigabyte Windforce PCB, since it has 2 capacitors that are visually longer ones than the AMD reference card has.





We're not sure about it since there is no clear side picture of the Windforce PCB.


But if they are longer ones and the XSPC full block acrylic plate goes over that VRM department, and is designed and measured for reference card capacitor heights, then the problem would be that they are touching the block that covers them bending the PCB.


It might not be too much of a problem, but still the more suitable for your card is the Aqua Computer block http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=207_160_878_880_1580&products_id=25733


that does not cover the VRM department and it's active backplate helps cooling the backside VRM chips more efficiently than the XSPC backplate(it has no direct contact to backside VRM chips), as the above Stren's waterblock review will eventually show.


Just our 2 "cents".  2cents.gif  

Thanks for the help.
The problem is, that I can't find active back plate to buy in Australia.
And on top of that, I don't even know how it's possible to connect GPU water block cooling with water cooling back plate. How is it all going to fit?
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Can someone please explain to me why my H220 simply refuses to cool my CPU at times? Sometimes my idle temps are 40-50 even with the pump at 100%. There is plenty of liquid in it as I just checked. I don't even have an OC anymore because it keeps doing this and I'm afraid it'll get too hot. There are no strange noises whatsoever, just insanely high idle temps. I've ran out of options to try other than getting a whole new unit, yet again. Its the best cooler I've ever owned hands down, but it keeps giving me all these issues and its beyond annoying.


EDIT: According to Real Temp it isn't even safe to be on my PC right, is it possible my temperature reading is just off by that much on occasion? I mean Motherboard has been giving me fits forever now.
Edited by FatBoyTyler - 3/5/14 at 7:44am
post #9344 of 20767
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Originally Posted by Gil80 View Post

Thanks for the help.
The problem is, that I can't find active back plate to buy in Australia.
And on top of that, I don't even know how it's possible to connect GPU water block cooling with water cooling back plate. How is it all going to fit?

I might have missed the post with your requirements but ek and swiftech have some nice universal GPU coolers that resemble a CPU block but smaller. I use the ek one with the Asus stock backplate and temps are ggggreat!

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Originally Posted by FatBoyTyler View Post

Can someone please explain to me why my H220 simply refuses to cool my CPU at times? Sometimes my idle temps are 40-50 even with the pump at 100%. There is plenty of liquid in it as I just checked. I don't even have an OC anymore because it keeps doing this and I'm afraid it'll get too hot. There are no strange noises whatsoever, just insanely high idle temps. I've ran out of options to try other than getting a whole new unit, yet again. Its the best cooler I've ever owned hands down, but it keeps giving me all these issues and its beyond annoying.


EDIT: According to Real Temp it isn't even safe to be on my PC right, is it possible my temperature reading is just off by that much on occasion? I mean Motherboard has been giving me fits forever now.

If your certain the pump is running I'm wondering if the fins on the CPU block are plugged by that plasticizer gunk that was shown a few post back. Inspection is easy, just remove the screws on the copper plate but remember it will leak fluid. Perhaps pm bram to ensure your warranty will be ok before doing so.
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If your certain the pump is running I'm wondering if the fins on the CPU block are plugged by that plasticizer gunk that was shown a few post back. Inspection is easy, just remove the screws on the copper plate but remember it will leak fluid. Perhaps pm bram to ensure your warranty will be ok before doing so.

I can hear the pump, it sounds the same as it always has. I would doubt that is the problem since I just replaced the pump fan a few months back as instructed to do so by Bryan.

EDIT: I would not mind taking it apart/draining it again, but I have no CPU paste or funds to buy more right now. In a week I can, but I would rather not wait a week to be able to use my PC again.
Edited by FatBoyTyler - 3/5/14 at 7:58am
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Sometimes my idle temps are 40-50 even with the pump at 100%.
When I notice my idle temps spike I check taskmaster and see whats running in background that shouldn't be. For me on start up razer mamba software goes haywire and runs my pc at 40% until I restart razer.. a lot of variables when you say sometimes. Is 'sometimes' 90% of the time or 10% of the time.
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Originally Posted by FatBoyTyler View Post

Sometimes my idle temps are 40-50 even with the pump at 100%.
When I notice my idle temps spike I check taskmaster and see whats running in background that shouldn't be. For me on start up razer mamba software goes haywire and runs my pc at 40% until I restart razer.. a lot of variables when you say sometimes. Is 'sometimes' 90% of the time or 10% of the time.


CPU is at idle. Ranging anywhere from 5% to the minor spikes of 30-40 for split seconds.


EDIT: I've also searched Task Manager and can't find anything that shouldn't be running. Anything in question I went ahead and closed it. Nothing helped.
Edited by FatBoyTyler - 3/5/14 at 8:12am
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CPU is at idle. Ranging anywhere from 5% to the minor spikes of 30-40 for split seconds.


EDIT: I've also searched Task Manager and can't find anything that shouldn't be running. Anything in question I went ahead and closed it. Nothing helped.

You don't have any of your hardware listed, but can you tell me what motherboard you're using and what programs you're using to monitor your temperatures and pump speed?
post #9349 of 20767
Help!!!

I installed the H220 on my Maximus VI Impact, added a GPU water block assembled the loop in my case. After running the loop for a few minutes on idle, the GPU reports temps around 30C. The CPU however quickly reaches 100C!! I have reinstalled the pump/block several times and reapplied the thermal paste, as well. Nothing seems to help. Anyone know what I can do to fix this???
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Originally Posted by BramSLI1 View Post

You don't have any of your hardware listed, but can you tell me what motherboard you're using and what programs you're using to monitor your temperatures and pump speed?
i5 3570k with a MSI Z77A-G41 motherboard. I use a combination of Speedfan, HWMonitor, and RealTemp to monitor temps. I just noticed that Speedfan is showing the pump speed as 0 RPM/Not reading it. Should I take it apart and see if its clogged up?
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