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We do not have any recording to share at this time. It would be best describe as a little humming"?" noise.

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post #1152 of 3166
Thanks Stephen and Avonosac! appreciate the quick response.

Also I have to say that so far Stephen and bramSLI have really impressed me with how they treat potential customers. Every question gets answered almost immediately and you guys really seem to value what we think and I think its awesome. I'll just say that certain hardware reps from certain well known brands on this site have really disappointed me so much so that I don't even feel like buying their products anymore.
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post #1153 of 3166
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Thanks Stephen and Avonosac! appreciate the quick response.

Also I have to say that so far Stephen and bramSLI have really impressed me with how they treat potential customers. Every question gets answered almost immediately and you guys really seem to value what we think and I think its awesome. I'll just say that certain hardware reps from certain well known brands on this site have really disappointed me so much so that I don't even feel like buying their products anymore.

YW.

Also, This.

Between Nick Sinh and his Formula bios for ASRock, and these guys with the H220. They moved me from impressed and on the fence to a customer. Both companies impressed me with their involvement in potential customers seeking higher than normal information and support. In this case it didn't hurt that the H220 is basically a SFFs dream to the behemoth of the AD2, its the right power, performance and noise combination. Can not wait to put this in my Prodigy.
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I've used this Zalman PWM single channel fan controller with 3 Noctua NF-F12s using splitters, it works extremely well. Will it work equally as well with the Swiftech H220/320 pump? If I'm missing something here, please let me know. biggrin.gif

http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=33319

Here is a great piece of research that Gabe did to help explain why a PWM fan controller may not work with our pump. Please read it when you get the chance. PWM fan controllers2.docx 35k .docx file
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Here is a great piece of research that Gabe did to help explain why a PWM fan controller may not work with our pump. Please read it when you get the chance. PWM fan controllers.docx 20k .docx file

Nice little write up, thanks for the additional info. Waiting for both this and the Fractal Arc Midi R2(going to be released in March) is frustrating. Just to clarify, if you have multiple PWM headers on a mobo, you should be able to plug your fans into any fan controller and the pump into another header on the mobo and control everything fine, right?
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Hmmmm, question. I get another 220-QP to go with this, is there a connector or way to add those 2 fans to the same PWM as the others, or will I also need to get a real PWM controller? I'm talking mITX here, so PWM headers are... pretty much 1 for the case and 1 for the CPU on my Z77E-ITX.
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post #1157 of 3166
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Nice little write up, thanks for the additional info. Waiting for both this and the Fractal Arc Midi R2(going to be released in March) is frustrating. Just to clarify, if you have multiple PWM headers on a mobo, you should be able to plug your fans into any fan controller and the pump into another header on the mobo and control everything fine, right?

Yes, that's what our H220 was designed for. Being that it also comes with a PWM splitter you will be able to control multiple devices through a single motherboard PWM header. smile.gif
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Nice little write up, thanks for the additional info. Waiting for both this and the Fractal Arc Midi R2(going to be released in March) is frustrating. Just to clarify, if you have multiple PWM headers on a mobo, you should be able to plug your fans into any fan controller and the pump into another header on the mobo and control everything fine, right?
just get a pair of PWM fans such as the Helix 120 PWM and connect them to the PWM splitter (8 lines, you have quite a few spare lines you can use)
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DIdn't realize the splitter had that many ports on it, that should work perfectly.
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DIdn't realize the splitter had that many ports on it, that should work perfectly.

For an SFF build it should work out great. Those motherboards don't have very many headers so the extra ones that are provided by our PWM splitter will really come in handy. thumb.gif
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