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Id rather use my gentle typhoons as the fans for the radiator and control them with my fan controller. If I did that do I still need to use the splitter to power the pump or can I connect the pump directly to my cpu pwm motherboard header and not use the splitter?

Not sure if this would draw more power then the header could provide
    
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Id rather use my gentle typhoons as the fans for the radiator and control them with my fan controller. If I did that do I still need to use the splitter to power the pump or can I connect the pump directly to my cpu pwm motherboard header and not use the splitter?

Not sure if this would draw more power then the header could provide

you dont have to use the splitter at all if you dont plan on using their fans. Connecting it to your mobo header directly is fine as long as it can support at least 0.5A and is not voltage controlled (some PWM headers can be switched to modulation by voltage or PWM, like my old gigabyte board). You will need to look at your motherboard manual for specifics.

I have my pump running directly off the PWM header on my motherboard. My P8Z68 is capable of up to 1A.
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Where have all the H220's gone?
Not a single one in stock in the UK at all.

Probably due to the interruption in production from moving to a larger manufacturing facility in China.
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you dont have to use the splitter at all if you dont plan on using their fans. Connecting it to your mobo header directly is fine as long as it can support at least 0.5A and is not voltage controlled (some PWM headers can be switched to modulation by voltage or PWM, like my old gigabyte board). You will need to look at your motherboard manual for specifics.

I have my pump running directly off the PWM header on my motherboard. My P8Z68 is capable of up to 1A.[/quote

My motherboard fan headers support 1A so I should be ok in that respect. I believe the CPU header I have is PWM only, currently I have a a 3 pin fan plugged into it and it will only run at max speed even if I try and adjust it. The only way to adjust it is to plug in a 4 pin PWM fan then it will let me change speeds.
    
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It seems that my pump is failing as well. I thought it was a power issue since I had the pump powered by my mobo, so I swapped back to the splitter a couple days ago and it seemed good. But now it failed during gaming again and I can't get it to spin while my psu is jumped.

I'll see about flushing it to move any debris that may be clogging the pump...
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It seems that my pump is failing as well. I thought it was a power issue since I had the pump powered by my mobo, so I swapped back to the splitter a couple days ago and it seemed good. But now it failed during gaming again and I can't get it to spin while my psu is jumped.

I'll see about flushing it to move any debris that may be clogging the pump...
Please let us know how that goes. I have been wondering if people with pump issues could resolve them by flushing the system of any possible debris.

Just be careful when taking the tube off the swivel fittings like Bryan shows in the video. They can be damaged if you put pressure on them. I think you just need to make sure to support the fitting so it is not stressed when you take the tubing off or put it on.
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I'm thinking it may not be debris. Every time it has failed I have let it cool down and then the pump works again. Also, this ONLY happens when I am playing Battlefield 3. I think there is a correlation between pump speeds and load/heat (GPU is in the loop). Maybe I have to adjust my fan curve in SpeedFan. I will try gaming with the pump at full speed and see if it fails.
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Please let us know how that goes. I have been wondering if people with pump issues could resolve them by flushing the system of any possible debris.

Just be careful when taking the tube off the swivel fittings like Bryan shows in the video. They can be damaged if you put pressure on them. I think you just need to make sure to support the fitting so it is not stressed when you take the tubing off or put it on.

Yeah I noticed the swivel fittings need some care after I opened my loop, I'll be careful If I choose to flush it. I'm not so stoked on doing it since I have not opened the loop since I have added my GPU. I might wait until my Komodo block arrives so I can kill multiple birds with a single stone...
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I'm thinking it may not be debris. Every time it has failed I have let it cool down and then the pump works again. Also, this ONLY happens when I am playing Battlefield 3. I think there is a correlation between pump speeds and load/heat (GPU is in the loop). Maybe I have to adjust my fan curve in SpeedFan. I will try gaming with the pump at full speed and see if it fails.
Yeah I noticed the swivel fittings need some care after I opened my loop, I'll be careful If I choose to flush it. I'm not so stoked on doing it since I have not opened the loop since I have added my GPU. I might wait until my Komodo block arrives so I can kill multiple birds with a single stone...

Keep me posted on how it goes and let me know if you need any assistance from us.
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Been checking the egg and micro, still no sign of them on 4-1-13,
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Been checking the egg and micro, still no sign of them on 4-1-13,

Xoxide had them for 140
    
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