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Has anyone used an H220 with an Asus Rampage IV Formula? I'm concerned the tubes will block two memory slots if it's oriented east/west and have difficulties clearing the motherboard heatsinks if it's oriented north/south. Anyone have an idea if there are clearance issues with this motherboard?

I can't say with 100% certainty, but it certainly looks like it should fit with the tubing oriented towards the memory slots. Here is a picture of my install where it looks like the heatsinks are closer than those memory slots are, and it works just fine.



This is on a Asus Maximus IV Extreme-Z
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Has anyone used an H220 with an Asus Rampage IV Formula? I'm concerned the tubes will block two memory slots if it's oriented east/west and have difficulties clearing the motherboard heatsinks if it's oriented north/south. Anyone have an idea if there are clearance issues with this motherboard?

The H220 will fit a RIVF fine. I put an Apogee Drive II (big brother of the H220) on my RIVG with no issues.
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I don't know if this will help people and you will have to do this at your own risk and take the proper precautions for fluid spills.

I was having some noise from my pump and was trying to do a few troubleshooting measures to see if it would help at all.

I was/am pretty positive that the cause of the loud pump was an air bubble(s) stuck.

The thing the seemed to help the most was:

**Do this at your own risk **

1. Un-mounting the radiator from the case.

2. Taking the fill cap off the radiator. (I would use a towel on the top of your case)

3. Tipping the radiator back and forth as well and raising and lowering it. (Be sure to watch the level of the fluid)

4. Alternating the pump speed from 0 to 100% while doing the steps above.

You will see the air bubbles come up to the top and pop. Just be sure to watch the fluid level and not spill.

5. Put the cap back on.

Now it seems like my pump is SUPER quiet. I had my pump at 100% and had to go back and double check that it was that high and still as quiet as it is.

I am not saying this will work for everyone I am just saying it worked for me.
post #1194 of 20765
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Originally Posted by Phelan View Post

The H220 will fit a RIVF fine. I put an Apogee Drive II (big brother of the H220) on my RIVG with no issues.
Ok, good. I will be using all of the memory slots and wasn't sure if the tubes blocked any of them.
post #1195 of 20765
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I don't know if this will help people and you will have to do this at your own risk and take the proper precautions for fluid spills.

I was having some noise from my pump and was trying to do a few troubleshooting measures to see if it would help at all.

I was/am pretty positive that the cause of the loud pump was an air bubble(s) stuck.

The thing the seemed to help the most was:

**Do this at your own risk **

1. Un-mounting the radiator from the case.

2. Taking the fill cap off the radiator. (I would use a towel on the top of your case)

3. Tipping the radiator back and forth as well and raising and lowering it. (Be sure to watch the level of the fluid)

4. Alternating the pump speed from 0 to 100% while doing the steps above.

You will see the air bubbles come up to the top and pop. Just be sure to watch the fluid level and not spill.

5. Put the cap back on.

Now it seems like my pump is SUPER quiet. I had my pump at 100% and had to go back and double check that it was that high and still as quiet as it is.

I am not saying this will work for everyone I am just saying it worked for me.

Good tips!

One additional thing I did that helped bleed every last air bubble out was to use a spare barb and a short piece of tubing with a plug. Then you can overfill with the clear piece of tubing and watch the little bubbles run up the tube. If you cap the end of the tube, you also don't have to worry about spilling and you can rock the reservoir side to side to draw every last little air bubble out. Works pretty well.

When you think you have every last bit out, wrap a towel around the barb and unscrew it. The towel should soak up any excess that was still in the tube, cap it...and you're good to go..smile.gifthumb.gif
    
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post #1196 of 20765
Hi Guys..

Just a heads up.. I just released the black tubing for sale here: http://www.swiftech.com/TruFlextubing.aspx

Note: We have a very small quantity for now (50 sets of 2m length). More to arrive soon. This is just for you guys for emergency.

White is production with ETA 10 to 15 days.

G-
post #1197 of 20765
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post #1198 of 20765
Just wanted to note that I received an email from Bryan on my RMA'ed unit - the problem was debris clogging the pump. Cleared it out and apparently it ran fine. For sure if I have any sort of issue with my replacement unit, I'll drain and flush it first before anything else...
post #1199 of 20765
Hi Gabe. Can you confirm for me that the H220 won't block any memory slots on a Asus Rampage IV Formula? I plan to get one whenever they are in stock on newegg!
post #1200 of 20765
Hey guys. I added a stop sensor, and a couple of led temp. displays.



The display on the left is the coolant stop sensor, and the right is a temp probe on top of the pump where the wire goes in to the pump, so I believe it is catching radiator exhaust from the rad. H220 is set up as intake push/pull. I'm surprised how close the temps actually are. These where taken during a IBT run on high. I think I may move the probe on the pump to a more neutral area in the case to get a better idea of internal case temps. Room ambient is 20C.

 
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