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Poll Results: Which do you have?

 
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    H220
  • 13% (60)
    H320
  • 12% (57)
    Glacer 240L
  • 32% (145)
    none... yet
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post #951 of 13367
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Originally Posted by NIK1 View Post

How do you change the pump speed on a Asus Sabertooth board. My pump is going around 3000 rpm,and the 2 Helix fans are around 1800.My Idle cpu temps is around 28 to 32 cel.Are these speeds and temps good for a I5 3570k 3.4 oc to 4.2 ghz.

If you have the pump/fans attached to the splitter, and the splitter to the cpu header, you can control speed either via the bios or AI Suite's thermal radar.

Can't tell if your temps are good without knowing your ambient temperature and temperature under load. Also, what cpu voltage are you using?
Edited by AdamMT - 3/27/13 at 5:08am
post #952 of 13367
Did the initial install of just the H220 last night, and I wasn't a huge fan of the backplate mounting setup. I also wasn't able to use the short screws for my Gentle Typhoon's due to the plastic ridges in the fan screw hole (not Swiftech's issue), and didn't have a dremel handy. So that was quite interesting attempting to get it mounted with the long screws threw the case / fan / radiator.

All in all, it is mounted and performing quite nicely so far. I will be keeping a close eye on the pump after reading a lot of the feedback here though.
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post #953 of 13367
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Anybody taken the swivel barbs off the H220 yet? I don't have any more coolant yet so I don't want to do it right now, but it looks like the arms on the Apogee Drive 2 will bolt in place to replace them for the few of us that have both.


They are extremely similar of course smile.gif
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BTW I have Apogee Drive 2 hardware on my H220, for those that don't know. I reused the plastic clips instead of the metal ones because they seemed the easier option at the time
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Absolutely Yes I see that..! I would put Apogee Drive 2 on the H220 for experiment to see how it works if I were you. biggrin.gif
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post #954 of 13367
Are there any batch numbers, or lot numbers that Swiftech has identified for the pump issues or do they seem to be random? This for anyone on the Swiftech Team.
post #955 of 13367
Help!! Is there something wrong with my H220? It's making a horrific noise, like it's grinding. Sounds like a tiny lawnmower. You'll probably need headphones on to hear it.

The loop runs H220 Pump > Top RAD > Mid Rad > Bottom Rad > GPU > H220 Pump. There is a bleed line attached to the gpu block that feeds into the pump inlet. It took hours to bleed the loop. Cycling the pump didn't really help too much, I had to do a lot of lifting, tilting, and turning. Let's just say that I don't need to hit the gym for the next day or two. I'm fairly confident that I've gotten the air out of the system, so I'm not sure what's causing the noise.

Is it air still? Nothing I'm doing seems to be getting it out. I even let it run for a few minutes at one point, both inlet and outlet were filled with water so I thought it should be ok. The pump would automatically shut itself off!

I bought the H220 specifically for the pump+block as the core of my new loop. I initially wanted the the Drive II, but that isn't available in Canada. I tested it briefly in it's stock configuration and I thought it was working fine. I did notice that it was making a vibrating sound that was slightly annoying, but thought it was how the pump should sound. I drained the H220 and de-tubed the pump for use with my loop.
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post #956 of 13367
Sounds like you had as much trouble as I did with bleeding. Ive noticed they do make a bit of noise when mounted to the mobo that they dont make when not mounted. Id say un-mount it and see if it still makes the noise.
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post #957 of 13367
Hard to hear, but it sounds like air.
 
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post #958 of 13367
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Help!! Is there something wrong with my H220? It's making a horrific noise, like it's grinding. Sounds like a tiny lawnmower. You'll probably need headphones on to hear it.

The loop runs H220 Pump > Top RAD > Mid Rad > Bottom Rad > GPU > H220 Pump. There is a bleed line attached to the gpu block that feeds into the pump inlet. It took hours to bleed the loop. Cycling the pump didn't really help too much, I had to do a lot of lifting, tilting, and turning. Let's just say that I don't need to hit the gym for the next day or two. I'm fairly confident that I've gotten the air out of the system, so I'm not sure what's causing the noise.

Is it air still? Nothing I'm doing seems to be getting it out. I even let it run for a few minutes at one point, both inlet and outlet were filled with water so I thought it should be ok. The pump would automatically shut itself off!

I bought the H220 specifically for the pump+block as the core of my new loop. I initially wanted the the Drive II, but that isn't available in Canada. I tested it briefly in it's stock configuration and I thought it was working fine. I did notice that it was making a vibrating sound that was slightly annoying, but thought it was how the pump should sound. I drained the H220 and de-tubed the pump for use with my loop.

That noise definitely sounds like there is still air trapped in your pump. With your kit set up like this it's going to be difficult to bleed it. You may still have to tilt it and turn it with the pump running to get all of the air out of it. Keep me posted.
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post #959 of 13367
Yea, youtube doesn't really convey the sound that well. I recommend headphones and turning the volumn up =). The grinding sound is what worries me.

if it's air in the pump, then any tips on getting it out? I've literally twisted the case upside down and every other orientation =(.
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post #960 of 13367
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That noise definitely sounds like there is still air trapped in your pump. With your kit set up like this it's going to be difficult to bleed it. You may still have to tilt it and turn it with the pump running to get all of the air out of it. Keep me posted.

Do I leave the pump on while I'm doing all the tilting and turning? Is it ok if the pump shuts itself off - I'm afraid that this has damaged it.
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