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post #231 of 20809
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How this works is that they will all run at the same percentage as controlled by the motherboard's BIOS and/or software. I hope this answers your question.

I was wondering the same, so this can be ran straight off the PWM and not monitored, it will throttle itself according to BIOS?
post #232 of 20809
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I was wondering the same, so this can be ran straight off the PWM and not monitored, it will throttle itself according to BIOS?

Using our splitter the way our installation guide suggests will allow you to monitor your pump speed, but not your fan speeds. It will adjust your fan and pump speeds on a percentage from 1 to 100 based on the way you have it set up in your BIOS and/or motherboard software. Let me know if this answers your question.
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post #233 of 20809
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I was wondering the same, so this can be ran straight off the PWM and not monitored, it will throttle itself according to BIOS?

i'm not using the swiftech splitter at all with my h220 pump and it works fine. If you're worried about too much amp draw, 6w at 12V = .5 amp.

P8Z68's cpu fan headers I think are capable of 1 amp max to account for large 200mm CPU fans. Dont quote me on that though.
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post #234 of 20809
I was getting some noise from the H220 which I thought was the pump. I tried everything with just the pump running and the pump seemed pretty quiet. I then tried with just the fans on the radiator and found my issue. The fans are producing some terrible noise.

Can one of the Swiftech Reps get into contact with me?

Other than that the install and temps are GREAT!
post #235 of 20809
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i'm not using the swiftech splitter at all with my h220 pump and it works fine. If you're worried about too much amp draw, 6w at 12V = .5 amp

How do you have it connected then and how are you monitoring your speeds?
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post #236 of 20809
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I was getting some noise from the H220 which I thought was the pump. I tried everything with just the pump running and the pump seemed pretty quiet. I then tried with just the fans on the radiator and found my issue. The fans are producing some terrible noise.

I will have to contact Swiftech and see what they can do. Other than that the install and temps are GREAT!

How do you have the fans connected and are both fans causing the same noise?
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post #237 of 20809
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How do you have it connected then and how are you monitoring your speeds?

Oh, i just have it connected directly to the 4pin on my motherboard. Since the GTs i have are only 3 pin, i have no current need for the splitter.

I know it will come in handy when the time comes to bleed the loop either way. thumb.gif
 
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post #238 of 20809
I think we have several choices with setting up the H220. You can choose not use the splitter at all and just plug the pump and fans into pwm capable connectors on your mobo - that way you can control them independently.

You can plug all three into the splitter and control them at the same % setting. Or you can plug any combination of your pump, H220 fans, and case fans into the splitter and mobo. It is up to you and experimentation for what works best for your setup.

You also have the choice of using software like speedfan to control everything, or just use bios. The choice there is personal, and how good your bios pwm controls are.
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post #239 of 20809
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Using our splitter the way our installation guide suggests will allow you to monitor your pump speed, but not your fan speeds. It will adjust your fan and pump speeds on a percentage from 1 to 100 based on the way you have it set up in your BIOS and/or motherboard software. Let me know if this answers your question.

Pretty sure I follow, the pump being plugged into the main header on the PWM will only allow monitoring of pump speed, though the entire unit,pump and fan speed, can manually be controlled through BIOs/mobo software.. thumb.gif?
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