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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.

The kit I purchased includes a controller for 5 PWM devices. I passed on the LED kit.

I'm currently using SpeedFan to control a ghetto-rigged Xigmatek Gaia in push-pull with a 3rd fan in a behind-the-motherboard intake all daisy chained to the CPU fan header.

I will experiment when I get the rebuild done, (please please please let me get a H220 the day they hit MicroCenter and Newegg. PLEASE! biggrin.gif) but right now I imagine the best bet will be putting the rad fans on the CPU fan header as most everything else will be relative fixed to balance noise / case temps.

Can one of the Swiftech reps comment as to whether the other resellers (FrozenCPU, Sidewinder, etc.) will have new stock on April 1 too? It would be a cruel April Fool's Day trick if I can't find one anywhere in the next week! lol
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Swiftech recommends that in a top mount the fans should be set to intake to feed cooler air to the radiator. That also blows air across the VRM heatsinks. Even if it's warm air it's still better than the alternative. Also seems like you have negative case pressure which is bad for dust ingestion. Using the fans as intake would also help in that respect.

Even if you keep your case temps near ambient with sufficient intake in a positive-pressure thermal design?

Planning on running 3x 140mm intake 1x 140mm exhaust H220 exhaust in top mount all in a Fractal Arc Midi R2.

Most of the video reviews I've seen have put the H220 in an exhaust orientation in the top - to my understanding at least.
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How do these temps look for the voltage I need to hit 4.7Ghz on my 3570k? biggrin.gif
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i put mine as intake for best temperatures in my setup. My reference 670 leaks a fair amount of warm air into the case via the SLI connector cutout so I'd rather get fresh cool air to the radiator immediately.

i believe in pushing cold air through radiators be it at the top or at the front, or the bottom of the computer. Why? Because that's one of the benefits of having a radiator. You can position rad closest to cold air, something you cant do with big air. A lot of big air proponents will say that's cheating--but how exactly? because they cant do it? lol thumb.gif

People always ask but why do that and increase in case temps and blow "hot" air over other components?

my answer: you're not blowing that much hot air into the case. (My 670 does more so), I have a rear exhaust fan pulling the air immediately as it comes through the radiator. Isnt this what big air is essentially? it's not like big air blows cold air towards your VRM anyway.
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Vid cards do run hotter when rad is an intake. Mine was around 7C warmer. Under load, there is a 1C CPU difference under full load between intake and exhaust with no other fans going aside from one 140mm rear exhaust at 650rpm.

Not worth it to me.
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I was gonna put it on when it leaked. also the fins were bent and a fan was partially broken, but I cant prove anything )= What do I do? Im terrified :S Im ok with the other problems, but is it still usable and can I tighten it somehow?
All I can say: *OUCH!*
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OK guys. I'm fully functional!!! thumb.gif Finally got some pics.


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Last shot through the window.



Gonna do some temp tests next. Idling at 29/30C right now. 3930k
Congrats! The sexy wc loop you got there! biggrin.gif
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Congrats! The sexy wc loop you got there! biggrin.gif

Thanks. Much appreciated!biggrin.gif
 
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i put mine as intake for best temperatures in my setup. My reference 670 leaks a fair amount of warm air into the case via the SLI connector cutout so I'd rather get fresh cool air to the radiator immediately.

i believe in pushing cold air through radiators be it at the top or at the front, or the bottom of the computer. Why? Because that's one of the benefits of having a radiator. You can position rad closest to cold air, something you cant do with big air. A lot of big air proponents will say that's cheating--but how exactly? because they cant do it? lol thumb.gif

People always ask but why do that and increase in case temps and blow "hot" air over other components?

my answer: you're not blowing that much hot air into the case. (My 670 does more so), I have a rear exhaust fan pulling the air immediately as it comes through the radiator. Isnt this what big air is essentially? it's not like big air blows cold air towards your VRM anyway.

Yes I am a bit confused too biggrin.gif
Putting a radiator as intake would mean it's intaking "cold air" while pulling dust&dirt into the case while blowing warm exhausted air from the radiator onto the rest of the components frown.gif
  
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Vid cards do run hotter when rad is an intake. Mine was around 7C warmer. Under load, there is a 1C CPU difference under full load between intake and exhaust with no other fans going aside from one 140mm rear exhaust at 650rpm.

Not worth it to me.

All depends on your case/GPU. Intake on mine has less than a 1 degree difference on my GPU, which is getting air from two fans up front and a fan directly below it and it's a blower style.
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Yes I am a bit confused too biggrin.gif
Putting a radiator as intake would mean it's intaking "cold air" while pulling dust&dirt into the case while blowing warm exhausted air from the radiator onto the rest of the components frown.gif

Again, depends on your case. I have dust filters on every intake fan on my case, and have almost no dust issues(and I live in Arizona, dust is a huge problem). The warm exhausted air probably isn't more than 2-3 degree's warmer than normal air, as far as I can tell. I can see why some people(especially those who don't have dust filters) would use the rad as exhaust, but my personal set up seems better off with intake.
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I have a half 932, should I set up my airflow:

Front - intake
Side - intake
Top (h220) - intake
Back - exhast

Or is that too many intakes?

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