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1200 is the minimum. It's probably due to the fan speed curve built into your BIOS. Try using speedfan to change your fan speeds. You may need to go into Options and switch the individual headers to PWM control if the software doesnt work right away.

To do this > Speed fan > Configure > Advanced Tab > In drop down menu, select your on board Fan Controller (ex: some asus boards use Nuvoton) > change the value for your fan headers (the Property name varies between manufacturers) to Manual.

Ex: my 3 adjustable PWM/Voltage headers are labeled PWM 1, PWM 2, and PWM 3 in SpeedFan . Changing all their values to Manual gives me full control.
 
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1200 is the minimum. It's probably due to the fan speed curve built into your BIOS. Try using speedfan to change your fan speeds. You may need to go into Options and switch the individual headers to PWM control if the software doesnt work right away.

To do this > Speed fan > Configure > Advanced Tab > In drop down menu, select your on board Fan Controller (ex: some asus boards use Nuvoton) > change the value for your fan headers (the Property name varies between manufacturers) to Manual.

Ex: my 3 adjustable PWM/Voltage headers are labeled PWM 1, PWM 2, and PWM 3 in SpeedFan . Changing all their values to Manual gives me full control.
Cool that got it to 1200 but it stayed there, lol, I am a little new to speed fan. How do I set a curve?
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Not able to upload the pictures atm, but it looks like the HAF XM is a no go for the H220. Mounting the radiator inside is not possible due to the 8 pin power connector on my UD5H, regardless of which way the radiator faces. The rear 140mm fan is also an issue if the hoses are towards the back, but replacing it with a 120mm would solve that small issue. Due to the design of the case you can only mount the radiator with the hoses facing towards the back of the case, if you want the fill port facing upwards.

The fill caps on this radiator are where the H220 fill cap comes up, and as you can see, there's no matching opening on the other end of the case. So even if I mount it outside facing downwards, there's no place for the hoses to go. If I mount it outside facing up, the extra height from the fill cap itself prevents the top from being able to be put back on.

Was wanting a new case anyway, but had really hoped this would work.
A rear fan is really not needed.
Can you mount direct under and fans on top. The space in there, cant you for the res through there?
If you cant, slide it closer to the front of the case.


If you want a new case, Fractal Arc Midi R2.
    
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post #2194 of 20786
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A rear fan is really not needed.
Can you mount direct under and fans on top. The space in there, cant you for the res through there?
If you cant, slide it closer to the front of the case.


If you want a new case, Fractal Arc Midi R2.

That spot is exactly where the res fits, it's like a glove. BUT, my 8pin power cable is the real issue with that orientation. Going to look at it again in a couple of minutes, just ran to Microcenter and picked up an NZXT sleeved 8 pin extension, should be able to contort it a bit more.
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Cool that got it to 1200 but it stayed there, lol, I am a little new to speed fan. How do I set a curve?

sweet, so it works.

Now you need to set desired and "max" temperatures. Desired should really be your max, as your fans will be at full speed by the time it reaches that temperature.

Set these in the Temperatures Tab. You can set the same temps for all of your cores and GPU separately if you have that in the loop as well.

If you expand the device (ex; GPU) you will see that you can associate it with a fan. That fan will then scale with temps according to that device. Play around with it to see which fans you want changing with which device. My GPU and Cores are all linked to the same fans so they all go change according to temp changes since they all share the same water.

In the Speeds tab, you can set max and minimum speeds. Play around with these to see what the percentage in speedfan equates to in terms of actual RPM. My percentages are set so that all my fans spin at a minimum of 1k RPM. It rests at 1k at idle as well. PWM fans may have a minimum speed, but voltage fans can actually be shut off if you really want that silence (watch out for water temps). Voltage fans need to be connected to a 3 pin header.

When you're all done, hit OK and check the box for Automatic fan control in the main Speedfan window.

If Speedfna's built in curves dont work for you, you can also adjust that in SpeedFan's options under Fan Control tab. I personally havent bothered with this since it seems fine for me.

My speedfan screenshot:

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Alright! So glad I have a Microcenter nearby, that 8pin extension got the job done. All I have to do now is mount the block, and figure out how to fit my GPU in with those hoses in the way.
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Alright! So glad I have a Microcenter nearby, that 8pin extension got the job done. All I have to do now is mount the block, and figure out how to fit my GPU in with those hoses in the way.

Sweet! thumb.gif

I wish I had a microcenter nearby. Then again I'd never have any monies if that were the case lol.
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I noticed that people were mentioning potential issues with having the radiator front-mounted because of it being below the pump in terms of some kind of air issue. I had planned to purchase the H220 for a Define R4 with both HDD cages removed and mounted in the front. Is this still feasible or not recommended? I have no experience with water cooling and am leery about jumping in without clear guidance that front-mounting to this case will work without too much detective work on my part.

i say if you just using as is go ahead and mount it in the front. shouldnt be a problem. if you adding on to it just bleed it outside of the case to get the bubbles out and then install it. someone correct me if im wrong.
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Ok, I can't for the life of me line up any of the holes in my Arc Midi R2 with the holes in the H220's fans. I just spent 30 minutes turning the H220 in every direction.

I sincerely hope I don't need to give up my rear fan... anyone have a photo showing which holes I'm supposed to use in this damn case to ensure the reservoir points upward and that allows for more than two screws to line up?
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