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post #1831 of 20767
The pumps is something terribly wrong, but what ?? it would be nice to know confused.gif
Edited by mikuli040 - 4/21/13 at 3:57pm
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The pumps is something terribly wrong, but what ?? it would be nice to know confused.gif

A bit alarmist and off the mark. We have had what.. 10 bad pumps reported in the last week? Most of these "bad pumps" have been because of debris or bad priming, or user error when setting up. Out of all the units sold, I would HARDLY say this is "terribly" wrong.
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post #1833 of 20767
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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.

So you definitely tried in CH. 1? I noticed in the vid it appeared not to be plugged into CH. 1.
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So you definitely tried in CH. 1? I noticed in the vid it appeared not to be plugged into CH. 1.

Yup, tried in every single slot actually..

In my desperation, I noticed that the front panel with the logo on the new pump was upside down.. I decided to switch the pump around in sight hopes that it was assembled backwards.

The pump turned on and I actually heard gurgling from it. It brought water out of the gpu block but didn't do anything else.. almost like the outlet was blocked, but at this point, I'm not sure what else to do..
Edited by Phishy714 - 4/21/13 at 5:38pm
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I decided to plug in the old pump - the one that has the random shut downs and start ups when connected directly to the psu and everything else really.. Everything else stayed the same - this is the difference:

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

Old Pump: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xvGgZj4n1dM&feature=youtu.be

The old one is definitly pumping water - the new one seems dead on the spot..

sigh.. I am quickly starting to regret my H220 purchase and wish I had just spent a little more on a pump/cpu block.
post #1836 of 20767
I want a custom loop to. But the one I want is around 500 for quality parts. That doesn't even include GPU blocks which are 130 a piece and another 2x 120 60mm rad. So its close to a grand. :-/ it makes me sad.

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I'm actually considering the H20-220 Elite kit instead of the H220, but there aren't many people using it. At $240, with an Apogee D2 block and a MCP35X pump, it seems like a fair price; but, I'm just not sure how much better it performs than the more basic H220. Is the extra $100 truly worth it?

There aren't any shootouts that compare the Elite kit to DIY kits in the same price range, nor are there any direct comparisons with the H220 -- so, I'm basically at a loss for data while trying to make this decision... frown.gif
Edited by paleh0rse14 - 4/21/13 at 9:30pm
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Yup, tried in every single slot actually..

In my desperation, I noticed that the front panel with the logo on the new pump was upside down.. I decided to switch the pump around in sight hopes that it was assembled backwards.

The pump turned on and I actually heard gurgling from it. It brought water out of the gpu block but didn't do anything else.. almost like the outlet was blocked, but at this point, I'm not sure what else to do..

it sounds like something maybe is lodged in it. I would hook the outlet of the intermittently working pump to the out let on the new one, plug in only the old one, and try to backflush the new one by pumping water through the old one myself.
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post #1839 of 20767
I think ill just go with the h110 corsair they will send more in 3weeks! And everyone is having problems with their pumps I think ill just go save with h110
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I'm actually considering the H20-220 Elite kit instead of the H220, but there aren't many people using it. At $240, with an Apogee D2 block and a MCP35X pump, it seems like a fair price; but, I'm just not sure how much better it performs than the more basic H220. Is the extra $100 truly worth it?

There aren't any shootouts that compare the Elite kit to DIY kits in the same price range, nor are there any direct comparisons with the H220 -- so, I'm basically at a loss for data while trying to make this decision... frown.gif

The H20-220 Elite will perform identical to the H220 on it's own up to 3K RPM. The only time you'd need higher RPM is if you have a ton of stuff in the loop. If you add 7 or 8 other pieces to the loop (rads, blocks, reses), the Elite will pull ahead. The Elite does have the advantage of using G1/4" ports however.
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