Swiftech H220: Adding to the Loop

RX 240 / H220 Radiator / GTX580 EK FULL COVER BLOCK
The next thing that most people will add to a water cooling loop is their GPU.  I just happen to have a couple of GPU’s and blocks laying around, so I decided to throw one into the loop and see if the pump Swiftech put in the H220 is really strong enough to deal with the restriction of a CPU and GPU block.  Both radiators were used in this test.

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The first thing I did was to run IBT again to see how the GPU block in the loop would affect our CPU temps with such a high overclock still applied.

Results:

Ambient temps: 22.78C/73F
Max overclock: 5.0 ghz/1.480V vCore (Did not lower, just a minute fluctuation)
IBT temps: 76.25C core average

Swiftech H220: Adding to the Loop

As you can see adding the GPU block did increase our temps.  Fortunately it was only by 2 degrees celsius.  We are still well inside the temperature limits for our CPU.

Next I ran the Uningine Valley Benchmark set on the Extreme HD preset for one run and recorded the temperatures after:

Ambient temps: 22.78C/73F
Max overclock: 5.0 ghz/1.480V vCore (Did not lower, just a minute fluctuation)
Uningine Valley CPU temps: 54.75C core average
Uningine Valley GPU temps: 44C

Swiftech H220: Adding to the Loop

Not bad at all considering this is very similar to what you would see while gaming on this setup.  I am very impressed with these results considering all the restriction we have in the loop.

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