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Had a clicking noise when I woke up this morning with the one I got from newegg. Contacted email and got a response very quickly. Doing a replacement via crossshipment.

We already shipped it out. If you haven't received a tracking number for it yet, you will shortly.
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We already shipped it out. If you haven't received a tracking number for it yet, you will shortly.

I thought the ones that went to new egg and microcenter were intercepted by you guys. I remember reading you guys personally flushed them, why are people still having pump failures?
    
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I thought the ones that went to new egg and microcenter were intercepted by you guys. I remember reading you guys personally flushed them, why are people still having pump failures?

Just a few ideas on this: New pump design, new manufacturing facility and workers. Those with problems are always more vocal than those not having them, same reason you see more one star reviews than two or three stars.

You'll notice the failures are almost exclusively related to the pump or the filling process, both of which are new processes for the folks at Swiftech, never the radiators. If you look through this thread you'll also notice no attempts to downplay the issues people are having, but a constant willingness to get them fixed. You can flush and test the product all you want, but failures can't be completely avoided.
Edited by Skullwipe - 5/8/13 at 6:17pm
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Why the h220 is showing in newegg as discontinued?
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Why the h220 is showing in newegg as discontinued?

Newegg sometimes marks things as discontinued when they're out of stock. They will get them in again.
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They are still in stock here if you really want one: http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/swh2codriipl.html
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Newegg sometimes marks things as discontinued when they're out of stock. They will get them in again.
I have mine already from newegg but I dont get why they have it like that because the evga titan with waterblock is out of stock but not discontinued... it's sad because that affects the product since it doesn appear beyond water cooling with the competitors ( kraken x60 )...
post #2498 of 20765
Got my H220 cooling my CPU, 2x7870XT GPUs. With just an additional 120mm XP Rad in the loop right after the CPU.
The highest temp on both GPU were less than 40C running uniHeaven or 3DMark loops. CPU remained about the same temp. w/ this setup. So, thanks you guys at ST (Bry & M-elle) for the quick services.

On another note, when my pump first failed, it was running with the fan speed control (in BIOS on) auto, so with that setting, BIOS was controlling the RPM speed which means it could be running lower than spec. (below 1200RPM).
I don't remember exactly about motors/generators (from class) much now, but maybe when it runs too low, the motor would start stuttering/or vibrating. This is just a theory.
  
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On another note, when my pump first failed, it was running with the fan speed control (in BIOS on) auto, so with that setting, BIOS was controlling the RPM speed which means it could be running lower than spec. (below 1200RPM).
I don't remember exactly about motors/generators (from class) much now, but maybe when it runs too low, the motor would start stuttering/or vibrating. This is just a theory.

as long as its getting a constant 12v it's improbable that it was running below 1200rpm.

If it was, the pump was under 1200 it was probably not controlled by PWM and instead was controlled by voltage which could cause pump failure. That is of course assuming the PWM circuitry was working properly.

if you plug in a 3 pin fan on your CPU header and it changes speed, then your header is voltage controlled.
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My H220 should be here tonight. After reading the last few pages I am wondering if I should flush the radiator? If so what are the steps to doing this ? If I strain the coolant in a coffee filter or something can I reuse it?
    
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