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post #891 of 6068
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Does anyone what sort of difference in temps there would be between push-pull AP-15s on a 620 compared to a single AP-15? The 620 has a thin rad so I know it wouldn't benefit as much as a 920 would in push-pull.
Even though the rad on the 620 is thin, it still adds quite much of resistance to the airflow.
If I set my fans to full speed, my push fan will run ~1800rpm and the pull fan runs only ~1700rpm. If I stop the push fan with my finger, the pull fan speed drops to ~1650rpm.
And yeah there's a difference temp wise. Haven't tested how much it exactly is because of my laziness..
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post #892 of 6068
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Does anyone what sort of difference in temps there would be between push-pull AP-15s on a 620 compared to a single AP-15? The 620 has a thin rad so I know it wouldn't benefit as much as a 920 would in push-pull.
Two AP-15's push/pull? No, I don't have experience with that.
Two Slip Stream PWM 1300rpm, I did try. And already with those it made next to no difference in temps if I used push/pull or a single push set-up.
Hence I decided to go with the more quiet and more powerful AP-15.
I agree with your conclusion about the thin rad and the benefits an extra fan would provide, although maybe adding a shroud to either side would 'center' the air better and give the +/- inch thick rad more time with the passing air.
I'd love to try a shroud, but regretably I can't find screws long enough to attach the 2,5cm fan + 2cm shroud to the radiator. The longest 6-32 screws I could find online were either 4 or 4,5 cm, and that's 1 or 0,5 cm too short
Or would standard M3 or M4 screws work too? I'm sure I could find some long enough.
Cheers!
Edited by Raephen - 9/27/11 at 7:32am
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post #893 of 6068
Just fyi-i get all screws i need from hardware stores-i just buy stainless steel screws and never have a prob finding ones to fit or length, besides if you need to trim one abit-a good set of linesman pliers work great every time. Also i use the scythe slip steam 88cfm or 110 cfm fans on my 620 and a push pull give me about 4-5c better temps over 1 fan, plus in my case mounting it in the top of the case gave me another 1-2c better temps over mounting it in the rear. My fans are also on controlers so i deside how loud they are.
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post #894 of 6068
Got mine now, using 1850 Rpm gentle push, and 1150rpm gentle as pull. Temps are very nice, on par with Silver Arrow (idle temps are lower with this ). Now i can put my soundcard to top slot aswell.

post #895 of 6068
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Just got my 620 and mounted with push-pull system...now it's time to play oh and can somebody direct me to a guide or something... i want to overclock my 920 to 3 - 3.2 Ghz ( without playing with voltages)
Edited by Andrei - 9/28/11 at 8:46am
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post #896 of 6068
You should be able to go into the bios and change the multiplier to get 3.2. Just remember though, as you continue to overclock you'll need to adjust voltages accordingly. Sometimes in small increments you won't have to worry about this so you might be ok without having to worry about increasing the voltage.

Example: I'm running 4.8 at 1.4v

Also, be sure to stay under 75C CPU load temp. You can test this by downloading Prime95 and watching your temps using realtemp, HWmonitor, ELeet, etc.
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My final setup, with my h2o 620 now it's time to o/c


For my next computer, i will try a full watercooling.
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My final setup, with my h2o 620 now it's time to o/c


For my next computer, i will try a full watercooling.
that build look like the depths of hell!! (in a good way)....

now for contrast to Knives' red hot build, here's my updated 620. The water is brighter orange in reality, but my camera makes it look like root beer :-|

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post #899 of 6068
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that build look like the depths of hell!! (in a good way)....

now for contrast to Knives' red hot build, here's my updated 620. The water is brighter orange in reality, but my camera makes it look like root beer :-|

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Damn that looks awesome, how long did it take you to paint it all white?
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Damn that looks awesome, how long did it take you to paint it all white?
thanks!
hours and hours and more hours...next time, i'm just sending it out to get painted haha

and like an idiot, instead of just getting white acrylic, i was impatient and i got clear...sanded/painted the underside.
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