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post #1821 of 20809
The pump problem is back again even if I flushed, H220 cable is put in the PWM splitter CH1. Here you have the video

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=clUQ5ibdIkI
post #1822 of 20809
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A couple pages back there are how-to videos; now that I think about it when I have time I'll add them to the OP.

that is a good idea along with some FAQs.
 
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post #1823 of 20809
If you have a working unit that is new and has air trapped or gurgling sounds then you should move the unit around, tilt the case in different directions, run the pump at 100%, and turn it off and on several times. Doing those things eliminated any sounds of that sort from both my units when I first got them. You should only be left with a light buzzing from the pump which is normal, and the sound of the fans.

If anyone continues to have pump issues, and flushing it doesn’t help then I would contact Swiftech about an RMA no matter where you live. If they don’t handle your area then they can at least help with following up with the company that does to make sure you get a new unit in a reasonable amount of time.

Distilled water is perfect for flushing the unit, but you don’t want to run it with just that after. The best thing to do is order more blue Swiftech coolant to fill it back up. If you want to filter the coolant in there and reuse it, or add something to distilled water and use that as coolant, you should contact Swiftech first to see if they approve of whatever you are doing so you won’t end up with problems down the line.
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post #1824 of 20809
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Also for those using speedfan, if you're familiar with Rainmeter (which is awesome) you can download and customize a widget to look like this. Now I can have "heads up" monitoring of the RPMs and not actually have speedfan's window open and in the way.


how you get the fan speeds and everything? are your fans hooked up to the splitter?
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post #1825 of 20809
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how you get the fan speeds and everything? are your fans hooked up to the splitter?

i have 2 CPU fan headers on my mobo. Main CPU header has the splitter + pump + fan and reports pump speed. Secondary CPU header has the other PWM fan that reports its speed. Since the two headers operate on the same control/circuit I can hopefully assume the fan speed of the splitter connected fan is the same as the fan connected to the second CPU header. The 2 headers though controlled as one, report speeds individually.

The "H220" Fans are actually my 2 gentle typhoons controlled via voltage on the other motherboard headers.

Rainmeter's speedfan widget takes some configuring out of the box to work exactly how you want it.
 
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post #1826 of 20809
im too lazy to for all that lol. but the alarm thing for speedfan is good idea. ill try that instead smile.gif
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post #1827 of 20809
Hey guys, for protecting my computer in case of pump failure. I've been using CoreTemp. It has a setting called Overheat Protection which monitors your temps and when a threshold is reached shuts down the computer. It's take about 10 secs to set up.

http://www.alcpu.com/CoreTemp
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post #1828 of 20809
RealTemp has an alarm also but i dont think it shuts down the computer.
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post #1829 of 20809
Hey guys, I got my replacement pump on Friday. Currently pulling my hair out trying to get it to work. Currently have it hooked up to the splitter directly. Have a gpu block and second 240 rad and seperate 5.25" bay res.

It simply isn't moving any water.. question is, do I need to completely drain the loop to do this, or am I able to just unplug the old pump, drain the res, and plug the new one in while of course filling the res up again and getting water into the pump inlet? Idon't see why I wouldn't be able to just plug it in, but I defer to those more experienced..

Here's a quick vid:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XCvc_Cf85dE&feature=youtu.be

While you can't really hear it in the vid, the pump does turn on and it hums ever so silently - can also feel it turn on when you grab the body. This happens no matter what outlet I have hooked it up to on the splitter.
Edited by Phishy714 - 4/21/13 at 3:26pm
post #1830 of 20809
The number of failures being reported this week is rather alarming... what the heck is going on?!
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