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post #5691 of 21188 (permalink) Old 08-11-2013, 07:22 AM
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H220 does perform better than the h100i.
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H220 does perform better than the h100i.

I can confirm this as my friend owns the h100i we have similar systems and I have better temps at higher clocks and voltages.. If only this pump noise would stop.

EDIT: We both also use Mx-4 as I find this to be the easiest to work with and provide 1-2c difference from IC Diamond
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Martin's testing showed that the h220 performs better. Not really a huge increase over the h100i but it does perform better.
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I can confirm this as my friend owns the h100i we have similar systems and I have better temps at higher clocks and voltages.. If only this pump noise would stop.

EDIT: We both also use Mx-4 as I find this to be the easiest to work with and provide 1-2c difference from IC Diamond
The IC Diamond is a little thicker but no more difficulto work with. You apply it in exactly the same nanner as other tim. A peas sized drop in the middle of the cpu and then mount the block.
The difference in temps is more like 4 degrees Celsius not 1-2. MX-4 is not even close.

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sorry for not replying more quickly I got side tracked with work. So this poses another question would another pump in the loop help this by forcing air out. or would the other pumps work be stalled by the h220 pump in a state of stuck.

Adding a second pump to your loop will only improve performance. Even though they're different pumps, that operate at different speeds, they will only enhance your flow rate and improve your head pressure. Adding a second pump to the loop will also improve this kit's ability to bleed air out of it.

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What is Liquid Pro, a coolant or tim? I know the best non-conductive tim on the market is Icy Diamond. I got that from the best overclockers on the AMD FX Vishera Owner's Club, Red1776 and KyadCK.

And what you mean by this? I did not say that the Liquid Pro is the best, do not understand why you give me this answer ...

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We shall see.. I used to use a H100i but as it's RMA I ordered a H220 which I plan to add a 360 60mm thick rad to later on.

I know exactly what temps my H100i pulled at specific clocks and voltages and I will re-test them with the H220. All tests will be done using Liquid Ultra TIM between the IHS and the block.

Yea let me know when u ge the H220.

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The IC Diamond is a little thicker but no more difficulto work with. You apply it in exactly the same nanner as other tim. A peas sized drop in the middle of the cpu and then mount the block.
The difference in temps is more like 4 degrees Celsius not 1-2. MX-4 is not even close.

I was using MX-2 that I bought 3-5years ago. Then I just got the IC Diamond 3 days ago, so far it gives me better temp. Not sure how it compare to MX-4, I supposed it's better too. A lot of ppl are recommending this IC Diamond stuff, so I think it's def live up to the hype.

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I like IC Diamond, and have used it quite a while, but now I just use Swiftech Tim-mate 2 since I have a lot of it, and it's easier to apply on thermal pads and whatnot.
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I can confirm this as my friend owns the h100i we have similar systems and I have better temps at higher clocks and voltages.. If only this pump noise would stop.

EDIT: We both also use Mx-4 as I find this to be the easiest to work with and provide 1-2c difference from IC Diamond

How much better is your H220 compare to your friend H100i ? Is it like 2-3C better? or 5C+?

Also I thought the H220 supposed to be silent? and you got p ump noise? hm...

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