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Just yesterday night, I noticed a constant low pitch load buzzing sound coming from my pump. I took a quick video to try to show what it sounds like. It seems to be there no matter what speed I set the pump at. I know that the typical pump sound is more high pitch but this new louder lower pitch buzzing just started separately. Does anyone know what is wrong and how to possibly fix it, thanks.
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Originally Posted by Greenback View Post

Gabe or Bram any idea how much the H320 is going to cost in the UK ? smile.gif
Until the backorders for the H220 is done, they will start to work on the H320. Cost they mentioned is $20 more over the H220.
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By the time they show up in the UK, the H320 will probably be out, or something better than the H220. I gave up after waiting for months and got a H100i.
Sorry you didnt wait.
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@swiftech

Is there any news when us Brits can get our hands on the H220, seems like I've been waiting forever for it to come out. The only place I can find it online to the UK just keeps updating their Pre-order dates later and later and later. mad.gif
They were selling it, just a small stock.

Swiftech did move to a new factory this month and will restart production again. There is many back orders all over to fill.
Just wait longer, as I sit here without one when we get more from mid to end of May.
    
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post #2153 of 20767
Here are some better videos (taken with the side panel off and all other fans set as low as possible) of the weird buzzing sound I am now getting. Also, note that I think my phone starts to lower the background noise after the first second or two of the video. So, the first second of each video is a better representation of the actual noise level.

Here is the pump noise at ~2200 rpm

Here is the pump at ~3000 rpm

The pump ran fine without this problem from April 18th (when I installed a new pump from a RMA) through the morning of April 28th.
Edited by italstal - 4/29/13 at 8:20am
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Your video are private so no one can watch them.
Haha oops, I could have sworn I set them to unlisted...anyways thanks for the heads up. They should now be viewable.
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post #2156 of 20767
it sounds like there crud stuck in the pump. maybe flush it??
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it sounds like there crud stuck in the pump. maybe flush it??

When I replaced the first pump (was due to bad electronics on pump, not debris clogging), I ran all the pm2 liquid in the loop through a coffee filter (and actually didn't see any debris captured) before refilling my loop with the new pump. Would it need to be flushed more than that?
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post #2158 of 20767
no but just in case something in the loop caused the debris i defiantly would just go and flush the system out again just to be safe. just my 2cents
oh and make sure you really clean the impeller on the pump
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When a consumer looks at a list of cases deemed "Compatible" by the manufacturer, they are under the impression that the H220 is just that, compatible with their case, without additional modification or "what ifs." Its not even a matter of being spoon fed, its a matter of a representation being made by the manufacturer of the product, that we put this in X case and we deem the case to be compatible. Now Swiftech is backpeddaling on its claims of maintenance free for users of the 500R and possibly other cases in the future they have deemed "Compatible." If Swiftech was smart and/or cared about what its customers will do with the H220, it would alert uses of specific cases while it is compatible, you wont get the trouble free solution we advertise.

Your suggestion for a better case is a great solution and helpful, given that its very practical to get an entirely new case for the H220 and that the 500R is an excellent case in its on right.

I understand your frustration. I'm the one that took those pictures and compiled the compatibility list. Therefore this is my fault for not fully explaining this. When our kit is used in its stock form there shouldn't be any need to perform maintenance on it for a period of three (3) years. This is with it installed with the fill port facing up or down. The issue that we had though is that some of these kits weren't fully filled like they should have been. This just requires a very quick topping off with distilled water. Once this is done the three year maintenance free guarantee still stands. What I was trying to say is that if the loop is upgraded, and the fill port is left facing down, it may be necessary to top it off more than once every three years because of the extra heat load in the loop. This could cause the liquid to evaporate more rapidly. In its stock form this really shouldn't be an issue so long as the unit is completely full to begin with. I'm sorry for any confusion that I may have caused, and please understand that this kit was designed to be used in the widest variety of cases possible. Even with this being the case, there may be some issues that we were unable to foresee. I hope this helps to resolve this question and again, I'm sorry for any confusion that any previous statement that I made may have caused.
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Yes it is AIO with expandability. It is still a custom kit. Its not a bogus claim. You dont really need to fill it, not unless you open the system up.
There is no misleading from the 500R/600T. Blame Corsair for that, they are the ones to make the case specifically to use there H100/H100i and no one else.
Swiftech cant make a unit that works with every case. That is your job to find the correct one that will suit your needs.

Many people confuse AIO and CLC, the NZXT, Thermaltake, Corsair and Zalman coolers are all CLC's, the H220 and future Swiftech units are all AIO's. These are not sealed units, and as with all water cooling solutions do not perform or behave equally in every possible mounting orientation. Mine will arrive today, and I have no idea if I'll be able to mount it with the reservoir facing up in my HAF XM, if I have to mount it facing downwards I'll deal with it and post pictures so others with my case will know what to expect.

What it comes down to is doing research before you purchase a CLC or AIO solution, because they are not created equal in either performance, level of maintenance, or compatibility. Even with a CLC you have to take fan spacing into consideration, the NZXT and Corsair units differ in this regard, and in some cases one will mount and the other will not.

TL;DR Research and due diligence are important!
Edited by Skullwipe - 4/29/13 at 9:32am
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