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Quick question: I am using the included PWM fan splitter with non-PWM fans, and the fans are always on full blast. Is there anyway to get around it? I've tried adjusting in the bios but that did not work.
Only way is to use a fan controller for the 3pin fans.
Other is to get new fans that are PWM for your case. Use SpeedFan to control H220 and there fans.
    
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For the ARC Midi pros out there,

I have a chance of getting a cheap XSPC RX360 that would go with a H220 and GPU waterblock . The case is an ARC midi R2, it seems like it would fit at the loss of my hard drive bays.

My questions are...

Is the H220 pump strong enough to move water on a vertically placed 360mm radiator?

What would be the best way to orient it?
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Only way is to use a fan controller for the 3pin fans.
Other is to get new fans that are PWM for your case. Use SpeedFan to control H220 and there fans.

Since you connect the PWM to your CPU fan control you would have to change the settings for your CPU fan speed to change all of them, the drawback is that your pump speed goes down as well.
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Only way is to use a fan controller for the 3pin fans.
Other is to get new fans that are PWM for your case. Use SpeedFan to control H220 and there fans.

Since you connect the PWM to your CPU fan control you would have to change the settings for your CPU fan speed to change all of them, the drawback is that your pump speed goes down as well.
That is fine, the pump is not need to run at full speed.

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For the ARC Midi pros out there,

I have a chance of getting a cheap XSPC RX360 that would go with a H220 and GPU waterblock . The case is an ARC midi R2, it seems like it would fit at the loss of my hard drive bays.

My questions are...

Is the H220 pump strong enough to move water on a vertically placed 360mm radiator?

What would be the best way to orient it?
A 360 wont fit in the Arc Midi R2. You will need to remove the ODD bay. Top will need to be slightly modified, but will depend on mobo mosfets.Also you will need to make mounting holes to fit the 360
To place it in front is not possible, you need 400mm of clearance. Plus you will need to modify the metal frame to hold it.
You can 2x 240 rad 60mm thick in push/pull.
    
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Any updates on how it fits in the Corsair 500R? I saw some posts a while back that the only way to mount it was with the pump upside down, which isn't good.

I noticed on the Swiftech website, the H220 is shown mounted with the pump in the proper place. I suppose the location of VRMs / MB side will impact what direction the H220 can be mounted in?
post #2116 of 20765
Updated my build - redid all my cables and installed Lepa Casino 1C fans on both my H220 and exhaust...

No significant temperature changes - gaming is upper 40's to low 50's. I did do an extended P95 run overnight - 4.8ghz, 1.400Vcore, 1.55CPUPLL. Temps never hit 80, although I was just a tad short on the voltage to be fully stable - had a few WHEA errors and one worker crashed after about 4 hours, so I didn't do any screenshots . 1.405-1.410 VCore would probably do the trick, but not sure I want to run that as a 24/7 OC.

The Lepa fans are a touch quieter - I'm at about 33 dBA where I sit and 45 dBA directly above the exhaust fan...

Here's a couple of crappy phone pics of the new setup - going borrow a friend's DSLR and take some quality pictures this week...



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Any FX8320/8350 owners here? Trying to see what temps you are getting on O.C. with the 240 RAD on this thing. I m hitting thermal limit it seems but I m not sure why.


Would any harm come from running Coolermaster fans on the front and the Swiftech Helix fans on the back?
post #2118 of 20765
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Any updates on how it fits in the Corsair 500R? I saw some posts a while back that the only way to mount it was with the pump upside down, which isn't good.

I noticed on the Swiftech website, the H220 is shown mounted with the pump in the proper place. I suppose the location of VRMs / MB side will impact what direction the H220 can be mounted in?

pump is fine..it's the res that has to be upside down (unless for some reason the CPU power connector is somewhere else on your mobo or you have mATX/ITX)

The pic on their website isn't clear enough to show the whether the res is upside down or not but for the 600T they clearly have it pointed down.

The rep said they cannot promise the 3-year maintence-free guarantee as it may need refill more frequently. For me it was quite disappointing as they never mentioned anything like that on the product page...so much for a hassle-free AIO

If I get a quiet replacement I plan on modding my case so the L shaped res and the fillport is in the actual top cut-out pointing up.
     
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Any FX8320/8350 owners here? Trying to see what temps you are getting on O.C. with the 240 RAD on this thing. I m hitting thermal limit it seems but I m not sure why.


Would any harm come from running Coolermaster fans on the front and the Swiftech Helix fans on the back?

Other than having possibly faster spinning fans feeding into slower spinning fans, which is typically bad due to causing the slower spinning fans spinning faster than designed and wearing out the bearing faster. You could do what i did since i didn't have enough cougar fans on hand for a push/pull config and use the helix fans on the right half of the radiator (fill port up perspective) and cougars on the left half in push/pull as seen here
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pump is fine..it's the res that has to be upside down (unless for some reason the CPU power connector is somewhere else on your mobo or you have mATX/ITX)

The pic on their website isn't clear enough to show the whether the res is upside down or not but for the 600T they clearly have it pointed down.

The rep said they cannot promise the 3-year maintence-free guarantee as it may need refill more frequently. For me it was quite disappointing as they never mentioned anything like that on the product page...so much for a hassle-free AIO

If I get a quiet replacement I plan on modding my case so the L shaped res and the fillport is in the actual top cut-out pointing up.

Huh...That is actually pretty dishonest of them. Since they list it as "Compatible" on their website with no mention that, while it can be installed in the case, it requires more maintenance than as advertised. Looks like I'll be going with another company's AIO. Thanks for the heads up.
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