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congrats on your H220. is that a Phantom 630 case?

Yup. thumb.gif
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ok just thought i would add this since we all see more bad then good in this thread of users with the h220.

its been almost 4 weeks and my h220 has been flawless. (after figuring out why i couldnt lower the rpm, which was my fault)
its running at 1500 rpm with temps at 36c idle and just 48c load with an overclock of 4.4 with speedboost on, 3.8volt idle 4.084 boost.
the pump is silent and the fans are too actually. the only noise i ever hear is the gpu ramping up.
i cant wait to add my gpu to the loop this thing is amazing for my first time water cooled.
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ok just thought i would add this since we all see more bad then good in this thread of users with the h220.

its been almost 4 weeks and my h220 has been flawless. (after figuring out why i couldnt lower the rpm, which was my fault)
its running at 1500 rpm with temps at 36c idle and just 48c load with an overclock of 4.4 with speedboost on, 3.8volt idle 4.084 boost.
the pump is silent and the fans are too actually. the only noise i ever hear is the gpu ramping up.
i cant wait to add my gpu to the loop this thing is amazing for my first time water cooled.
cheers.gif

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grats on your build! Get that gpu under water, i was happy when I did! Now i'm on a quest to make my PC quieter. 3x 7200 rpmspindle drives and a older 750TX power supply are my other main sources of noise now at least at idle.
 
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Just installed my H220! These temps are amazing! Delided 3770k 4.7GHz 1.34V.

that's some really good temps.
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Ok Guys, another update and hopefully the end of my ordeal. Got my other computer from work and install the h220 in it. The MB is a p9x79 deluxe (instead of the PRO I had it at home and giving me trouble). 30 minutes of prime95 and no problem so far. It looks promising since in the other MB about 10 minutes of prime95 was enough to bring the pump to fail. Looks like it was indeed a faulty cpu fan header causing all this problem. I will keep you posted after some hours of stressing but for the first time in months it looks like the problem is finally troubleshooted and was not a problem in the h220 (both units) I had in my hands. I think also my experience might help others which were having similar problems (I remember at least one other case in the h220 club reported) to troubleshoot this. Bryan, thanks a lot for all the help and I apologize for any inconvenience the RMA might have caused since it definitely looks like it was not a problem in my original h220 unit (if I recall it it was one of the first produced with serial number 85).
Thank you all for the help and for the great tips here in OC club.
Best wishes
Gabriel
Edited by Gabrielzm - 5/17/13 at 11:46am
post #2866 of 20728
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Ok Guys, another update and hopefully the end of my ordeal. Got my other computer from work and install the h220 in it. The MB is a p9x79 deluxe (instead of the PRO I had it at home and giving me trouble). 30 minutes so far prime95 and no problem so far. It looks promising since in the other MB about 10 minutes of prime95 was enough to bring the pump to fail. Looks like it was indeed a faulty cpu fan header causing all this problem. I will keep you posted after some hours of stressing but for the first time in months it looks like the problem is finally troubleshooted and was not a problem in the h220 (both units) I had in my hands. I think also my experience might help others which were having similar problems (I remember at least one other case in the h220 club reported) to troubleshoot this. Bryan, thanks a lot for all the help and I apologize for any inconvenience the RMA might have caused since it definitely looks like it was not a problem in my original h220 unit (if I recall it it was one of the first produced with serial number 85).
Thank you all for the help and for the great tips here in OC club.
Best wishes
Gabriel

Thank you so very much for the update Gabriel and I'm glad the issue appears to be resolved. Please let me know if you require any further assistance. You have my email address and I'm on this site quite frequently. Even after hours as many of you know. biggrin.gif
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I just want to say, that I have one of the first release sets and to this day, it hasnt failed me at all. Best first watercooling set for me. Good job swiftech! thumb.gif
post #2868 of 20728
Only had mine since Tuesday but so far so good. Stress tested my cpu for about an hour. Honestly I can't hear the pump even at full speed. People need to realize that forums generally consist of people having trouble with their products.
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Yep, I fully agree. For those uncertain to pull the trigger on the h220 due to reports here in the forum rest assured that if by a minimum chance you happen to have a faulty unit this company will take care of you. The level of support I experienced the last two months to me speak volumes of Swiftech and I can only praise that thumb.gif By the way, which other company you known that the chairman will contact you in person (not making any public fuss about it) to help you solve your problem? Furthermore, from the data presented previously in this forum the fail rates are very low. Mind you all that in my case was not their problem at all but we only come to realize that a defective cpu fan header was the problem after a while. By the way, after almost 3 hours now running prime95 all smooth like silk.

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Gabriel
Edited by Gabrielzm - 5/17/13 at 2:35pm
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yep, I've tried 4.7 at 1.4v but I still got whea errors and a blue screen
I have the same CPU on an ASRock OC Formula, 4.7 everyday so far at 1.2V, idle around ~20C and around 55C at full load. It's probably your board components physical limit. If you are very determined to OC even further, find your favoritie manufacture flagship MB.

You can also try delidding your CPU, and replacing the TIM in there--that lowered my temps from 10-15C.
  
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