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What is the rated noise level on the H220 at full speed? I've been waiting a full week for my unit to arrive and still no sign. mad.gif
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What is the rated noise level on the H220 at full speed? I've been waiting a full week for my unit to arrive and still no sign. mad.gif

Not sure what the DB is suppose to be, but I had the Corsair H110 before this. The H220 is quieter, but neither of those pumps are loud in any way shape or form.
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still having trouble controlling my pump through speedfan, anyone else using a UD3H? It'll control it if I plug the pump directly into the motherboard but not if its in the swiftech hub on channel 1, I've asked the guy who posted the speedfan setup video and he says it seems like it's being controlled by voltage when its plugged into the board but i have the cpu header set to 'pwm' in the bios. Also can I take the filler cap off to bleed the system while the computer is running? I can undo the fill port from the top of the case
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still having trouble controlling my pump through speedfan, anyone else using a UD3H? It'll control it if I plug the pump directly into the motherboard but not if its in the swiftech hub on channel 1, I've asked the guy who posted the speedfan setup video and he says it seems like it's being controlled by voltage when its plugged into the board but i have the cpu header set to 'pwm' in the bios. Also can I take the filler cap off to bleed the system while the computer is running? I can undo the fill port from the top of the case

that would be me. sorry i couldnt help you but hopefully other people will chime in.

my reasonings:
-The splitter responds to only PWM signals, it's either broken or not receiving anything from the motherboard (due to the header being in voltage modulation).
-the pump changes speed when connected directly to the header, which when in voltage mode would still happen, and it even stops at 0 RPM in some situations (at POST, etc.), and plugging the pump into the splitter will run at full speed.
-The pump should never drop to 0 when powered by 12v w/ PWM modulation. I can literally set mine to 0% in speedfan and it will run at 1200 rpm. Conversely 100% = 3000 rpm. whereas my GTs powered by voltage shut off (Sys control). Rear 120mm is a pwm helix fan.

have you plugged in a 3 pin fan into that header instead of the pump to see if it changes speed?

hope you get it sorted.



Edited by ez12a - 5/17/13 at 6:28pm
 
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Not sure others have been following, but Stren just posted up some GPU flow rate sensitivity data on a Titan roundup.

What catches my attention is the very good performance at lower flow rates. I measured the h220 maxing out in flow rate at about 0.6GPM so running two GPU block in parallel could mean the gpu loops would only see 0.3 GPM. I wondered if that is enough.

This seems to indicate yes for actual thermal performance especially with the aquacomputers block:

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Actually I can confirm this from a user experience prospective.. I took the "extreme" system we built for CES home (shown in this VIDEO at 27:13); it is a 3930K based system running at 4.5 Ghz, with 2x HD7970's in XFire (blocks in parallel), and I use 3 x 24" monitors. Cooling is H220 kit + 2 x Komodo's + 1 MCR240 + 1 MCR220 - So there are plenty of devices pushing the pump to the limit. I like quiet, so running this in silent mode with all fans at min, and the pump at 2k. Me and the kids play Crysis 3 on this all day long on Sundays, and the cards never break 50.
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that would be me. sorry i couldnt help you but hopefully other people will chime in.

my reasonings:
-The splitter responds to only PWM signals, it's either broken or not receiving anything from the motherboard (due to the header being in voltage modulation).
-the pump changes speed when connected directly to the header, which when in voltage mode would still happen, and it even stops at 0 RPM in some situations (at POST, etc.), and plugging the pump into the splitter will run at full speed.
-The pump should never drop to 0 when powered by 12v w/ PWM modulation. I can literally set mine to 0% in speedfan and it will run at 1200 rpm. Conversely 100% = 3000 rpm. whereas my GTs powered by voltage shut off (Sys control). Rear 120mm is a pwm helix fan.

have you plugged in a 3 pin fan into that header instead of the pump to see if it changes speed?

hope you get it sorted.



I have my noctuas plugged into their own pwm header on the board and I can shut them off completely as well, pretty puzzled

right now I just have the pump plugged into the swiftech thing running at full speed cause I don't want to damage it, kind of annoying
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I run my pump full speed off of my CPU header, I see no reason not to. Its virtually silent, all my fans including the Noctua's are running off the controller my case came with. I am VERY picky about noise, anything over 20DB for a fan to me is loud.
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I run my pump full speed off of my CPU header, I see no reason not to. Its virtually silent, all my fans including the Noctua's are running off the controller my case came with. I am VERY picky about noise, anything over 20DB for a fan to me is loud.
We think my header is controlling the pump via voltage instead of pwm, that's the issue. My pump is louder than my noctuas at 70%, may have air in the system but no one has told me whether or not I can take the fill cap off while the system is running to see if theres air bubbles.
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still having trouble controlling my pump through speedfan, anyone else using a UD3H? It'll control it if I plug the pump directly into the motherboard but not if its in the swiftech hub on channel 1, I've asked the guy who posted the speedfan setup video and he says it seems like it's being controlled by voltage when its plugged into the board but i have the cpu header set to 'pwm' in the bios. Also can I take the filler cap off to bleed the system while the computer is running? I can undo the fill port from the top of the case

I run a UD5H, did you set the header to manual control?
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I just wanted to say the RMA process at Swiftech is amazing, two day cross shipped and free shipping back to them. biggrin.gif
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