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post #241 of 20767
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Originally Posted by BramSLI1 View Post

How do you have the fans connected and are both fans causing the same noise?

I have the pump connected to the PWM splitter on the red connector and the two fans connects to the PWM splitter on the next two black connectors.

It does sound like the fan closer to the rear of the case but I didn't test that. I will test either or and report back in a minute.
post #242 of 20767
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Originally Posted by Klubhead View Post

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?

Exactly.
post #243 of 20767
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Originally Posted by Pure2sin View Post

I have the pump connected to the PWM splitter on the red connector and the two fans connects to the PWM splitter on the next two black connectors.

It does sound like the fan closer to the rear of the case but I didn't test that. I can test either or if you would like me to though?

If you could test each separately so we know how many will need to be replaced. Just PM me once you find out and we'll take it from there.
post #244 of 20767
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Originally Posted by justanoldman View Post

Just a suggestion, but you should bug people for some info. For me:
H220 #1:
mobo: Maximus V Formula
case: Switch 810
any issues with install: it fits with zero problems up top, but you will need to mod the case if you want it at the bottom

H220 #2:
mobo: Maximus V Formula
case: Silverstone TJ10
any issues with install: it will fit in the top if you purchase some radiator brackets

I would also suggest people put this info with their pic, then you can give a link in the spreadsheet to their post, so people with the same case or mobo can click it and see the pic as installed.

Great idea! Temps and clocks on which CPU would be nice too! Just saying.redface.gif
 
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Gotta say.... This company (Swiftech) has some good people working for them. Thanks for the fast response and issue resolution Bryan.
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Great idea! Temps and clocks on which CPU would be nice too! Just saying.redface.gif
I would agree that would be helpful but there are some difficulties. The hard part is everyone's case air flow is different, everyone's ambient is different, they may have set up different pwm controls or a fan curve, plus you would have to designate an exact methodology to follow to achieve and measure those temps.

I find the temps very comparable to the H100i, and there are a lot of reviews on it already, and a number on the H220 so far. Just my 2 cents.

For example: 24 hours of Prime95 torture test, custom, using 90% ram, my max core temp is 77c with 1.41v at 5.0. That however is meaningless to most because I have a delidded chip.
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post #247 of 20767
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Gotta say.... This company (Swiftech) has some good people working for them. Thanks for the fast response and issue resolution Bryan.

You're welcome. Like I said earlier, we do our best to treat our customers the way that we would want to be treated.
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post #249 of 20767
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Originally Posted by BramSLI1 View Post

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.

Thanks, i appreciate the answer, and from a swiftech rep!! thumb.gif
post #250 of 20767
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Originally Posted by justanoldman View Post

I would agree that would be helpful but there are some difficulties. The hard part is everyone's case air flow is different, everyone's ambient is different, they may have set up different pwm controls or a fan curve, plus you would have to designate an exact methodology to follow to achieve and measure those temps.

I find the temps very comparable to the H100i, and there are a lot of reviews on it already, and a number on the H220 so far. Just my 2 cents.

For example: 24 hours of Prime95 torture test, custom, using 90% ram, my max core temp is 77c with 1.41v at 5.0. That however is meaningless to most because I have a delidded chip.

And don't forget that there's also the dreaded silicon lottery. Not everyone's settings are going to work to achieve the same overclock as somebody else. This is why such information should only be used as an overclocking guideline. I don't think I need to say much more on the subject because this is OCN after all. biggrin.gif
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