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yeah the connection is exactly as recommended in the H220 Manual...so I'm assuming if I run the speed at 20% @ 20 degrees that means 20% fan AND 20% pump speed? That seems to make sense as when I turn the speed to 90% I can hear water rushing through the unit.

Unfortunately, pump whine is quite audible over case door + fans at 1200rpm frown.gif

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NEbUcrVjsL4

Looks like Imma RMA my unit once the new batch is out.

One point, I hope things go well for your RMA if the pump whine is something broken. The PWM percentage range, which you will adjust is simply the full range the motor will fluctuate its RPMs to match.

For example, if you set 50% you would likely be setting your pump for 2100 RPM, while 0% would be not off, but only 1200 RPM as this is the lowest speed the pump will run. I am not sure if you understand this, as I am not trying to restate this if you know, but this could be an important distinction for other people to read.
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Hi, I found them on Amazon France (of all places) for €155 inc. delivery. Ordered 9/4/13 arrived a few days later. Regards, Brian. PS. Just checked, they have them on there now.
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Originally Posted by ez12a View Post

yup, everything connected to the splitter will be controlled by the same ratio. Though the actual speed in terms of RPM may be different (fans only go up to 1800 or something, pump 3000).

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For example, if you set 50% you would likely be setting your pump for 2100 RPM, while 0% would be not off, but only 1200 RPM as this is the lowest speed the pump will run. I am not sure if you understand this, as I am not trying to restate this if you know, but this could be an important distinction for other people to read.

Yeap it's as I understood it.

Can anyone comment on recent RMAs? Turnaround time, pre-paid shipping? latest batch that's been vaccum-sealed/tested/debris-free?
     
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Yeap it's as I understood it.

Can anyone comment on recent RMAs? Turnaround time, pre-paid shipping? latest batch that's been vaccum-sealed/tested/debris-free?

I live in the same state as Swiftech HQ, so it took 2 days for me to get a pump in my hands (cross shipped, so I dont have to send the pump in first and wait for them to receive it.). Shipping was paid for by Swiftech entirely. Nothing out of pocket for me. Better than an experience with Corsair.

Bryan personally tested the replacement pump before sending and it's quietly humming away in my computer at this very moment. thumb.gif Might mention that since my loop was custom, only a pump was needed and I didnt send back my entire kit.
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Bumping this as now i have a question regarding the coolant I ordered http://www.frozencpu.com/products/14368/ex-liq-193/PrimoChill_Base_Intensified_-_High_Purity_Deionized_Water_32_oz_-_Clear_PC-Base32.html?id=ATXs32CJ&mv_pc=2160 . is that safe to use in a cooling loop on its own? if not, can you recommend a CLEAR or WHITE coolant that can be used on its own?
You do not want to use that product by itself, it says so in the description. I don’t see the point of buying that particular product. Just regular distilled water, and a good additive is fine. Since you have the H220 I think the Swiftech blue coolant is the way to go.

If you really need clear you can call Frozen and ask what they recommend. Frozen recommended distilled water with Liquid Utopia to me:
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/13066/ex-liq-164/PrimoChill_Liquid_Utopia_Bomb_Bottle_-_15mL_-_Clear_PCLUBT-CLR.html

Thanks for pointing that out, i must have missed where it said that it couldn't be used on its own when i ordered it. I wanted clear or white coolant because I also ordered one of the Mayhem Red dye's and clear tubing. Luckily, i was able to contact frozen cpu and have them switch out the coolant to this before it had been picked up for shipping
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Speaking of third-party coolants, how many ounces of coolant are required for the stock H220 loop?
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I live in the same state as Swiftech HQ, so it took 2 days for me to get a pump in my hands (cross shipped, so I dont have to send the pump in first and wait for them to receive it.). Shipping was paid for by Swiftech entirely. Nothing out of pocket for me. Better than an experience with Corsair.

So they do advanced replacement RMA and both ways is paid for? Awesome if true like the Dell monitor replacements. Since it's still within return policy I may try and exchange at retail store unless they wanna charge me shipping...although they are all OOS for a few more weeks. Was your replacement pump new or a refurb'd? Doesn't really matter if it's working thumb.gif
     
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So they do advanced replacement RMA and both ways is paid for? Awesome if true like the Dell monitor replacements. Since it's still within return policy I may try and exchange at retail store unless they wanna charge me shipping...although they are all OOS for a few more weeks. Was your replacement pump new or a refurb'd? Doesn't really matter if it's working thumb.gif

My refurb isn't working frown.gif

http://www.overclock.net/t/1367654/swiftech-h220-owners-club/1830#post_19807041
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My refurb isn't working frown.gif

http://www.overclock.net/t/1367654/swiftech-h220-owners-club/1830#post_19807041

I've got an idea that might just fix the issue. I'm sending you a PM right now to see if you're willing to try it.
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Well reconsidered my loop, going to sell one of my 670s and keep the other and then just buy the top next gen card when it comes out. As to avoid card value drops as much as possible.

Just need some of the vendors to get a H220 in stock and I shall begin *rubs hands together*
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