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Originally Posted by Dizz22r View Post

Hey anyone know if the 2011 back plate of the apogee DII is the same as the 1155/1156? I might consider buying a AP2 but it comes with a 2011 socket my cpu is 1155. Someone is offering me one brand new fairly cheap. I looked at the pictures and 2011 looks the same as 1155 on swiftech website. rolleyes.gif

http://www.swiftech.com/apogeedrive2.aspx

Worried with so many h220 failing pumps i might just cough up the extra cash and go full Custom.

LGA 2011 does not come with a backplate since it is built into the motherboard. Also the screws are different between LGA 2011 and LGA 1155. You can still buy the 1155 hardware and backplate from Swiftech's site if you need, or I can make a deal with you on the 1155 hardware and backplate I'm not using thumb.gif
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post #1012 of 20767
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I'm all paranoid now. I just drained my loop and disconnected the pump. Gonna try running the pump with the stock radiator and see if the sound is still there. Hopefully it's not damaged.

Success! Spent the last few hours putting the pump back on the stock radiator and bleeding. It's sounding like how it is when I tried it before draining. Is it safe to say that the pump is fine, and not damaged?

edit: tried, not fried.
Edited by mojojj31 - 3/28/13 at 8:24am
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Originally Posted by mojojj31 View Post

Success! Spent the last few hours putting the pump back on the stock radiator and bleeding. It's sounding like how it is when I fried it before draining. Is it safe to say that the pump is fine, and not damaged?

Did you mean to type fried, or tried?
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sorry but fried is way funny
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Very nice job Tom Thumb
Edited by Rabid1 - 3/27/13 at 10:46pm
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Originally Posted by Tom Thumb View Post

OK guys. I'm fully functional!!! thumb.gif Finally got some pics.



Gonna do some temp tests next. Idling at 29/30C right now. 3930k

Looks great, very nice job Tom !

Having the same case, where did you put the PWM splitter ? I thought I can't put it on the backplate side of the case, would be great if you can upload an image of the back of your install...
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does CorsairLink work without a CorsairLink controller (to actually control speeds not just monitor)? It doesnt seem like it can, but then again i only had 2 weeks with it.

Well Corsair's product page promises it can, don't want to get this offtopic though.

To bring it back to the H220, my motherboard only has a single PWM-control fan header. Rather than daisy-chaining all my case fans and the H220's pump to the same header and using SpeedFan to adjust noise/cooling, I'll use CorsairLink to control each.

Going to take some experimentation to see if it makes the most sense to leave the pump on the CPU_Fan header, the rad fans on it, or just shut off the alarm and run it all through CorsairLink. That's why I asked if anyone else had done it, yet. thumb.gif
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Well Corsair's product page promises it can, don't want to get this offtopic though.

To bring it back to the H220, my motherboard only has a single PWM-control fan header. Rather than daisy-chaining all my case fans and the H220's pump to the same header and using SpeedFan to adjust noise/cooling, I'll use CorsairLink to control each.

Going to take some experimentation to see if it makes the most sense to leave the pump on the CPU_Fan header, the rad fans on it, or just shut off the alarm and run it all through CorsairLink. That's why I asked if anyone else had done it, yet. thumb.gif

While I can get it to come up and run without, it can only monitor cpu,gpu,hdd temps. I don't get any control over motherboard fan headers. I may have control over the GPU fan speed manually, but that is it. In the end, not really any good for controlling anything but the corsair H100i pump fan controller. It probably work with one of those Corsair Link controllers as well for controller lighting and fan speeds through it, but I'm not seeing any means to control motherboard fan outputs on my ASRock MB.

Speedfan is the better tool for what you are thinking. Many of the motherboard headers do show up on speedfan.
    
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Just ordered my 2nd 7970, By diamond, you guys think my H220 plus the extra 120mm frad be able to handle the temps? Or should I just keep the second one on air?I culd add an extra 120mm rad, but not a 220rad...case size lmit!
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Just ordered my 2nd 7970, By diamond, you guys think my H220 plus the extra 120mm frad be able to handle the temps? Or should I just keep the second one on air?I culd add an extra 120mm rad, but not a 220rad...case size lmit!

That's going to depend on what your current load temps are and your ambient temperature. If your load temps are already near borderline then adding the second card will put too much heat into the loop for it to handle. On the other hand, if your load temps are currently really good, and you have good ambient temperature then you might be able to get another 7970 in there without much of an issue. Keep in mind though that summer is coming up, so if your ambient temperature is good now it might not be in a couple of weeks or so.
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