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Haven't switched tried going from exhaust push/pull to intake, but I just reseated and applied IC7 TIM and here's the results.

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One issue though... my pump doesn't show the RPM in bios or with any other utilities. It's plugged into the CPU fan header on the mobo without the splitter. Any ideas?
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Originally Posted by jderbs View Post

Haven't switched tried going from exhaust push/pull to intake, but I just reseated and applied IC7 TIM and here's the results.

Before:



After:




One issue though... my pump doesn't show the RPM in bios or with any other utilities. It's plugged into the CPU fan header on the mobo without the splitter. Any ideas?

That's pretty strange because according to your temperatures and your overclock it's obviously working. What motherboard are you using and do you have an optional CPU fan header that it might be plugged into?
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That's pretty strange because according to your temperatures and your overclock it's obviously working. What motherboard are you using and do you have an optional CPU fan header that it might be plugged into?

I've got the asrock extreme 6 and there's a cpu2 fan but its only 3 pin.
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I've got the asrock extreme 6 and there's a cpu2 fan but its only 3 pin.

Can you check the PWM connector on the pump to be sure that all of the pins are seated properly in the connector? This is about the only thing I can think it would be. If the pin that is supposed to report the speed of the pump isn't seated properly then it's not going to give a signal.
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Played around with the settings, but the only options are "on/off", or "smartguardian" both of which don't change when I adjust the PWM percentage.

Edit: NVM was able to change the PWM percentage, however the pump speed doesn't seem to change.

PM me a screenshot or post one of the Advanced tab with the controller chipset selected.
 
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Can you check the PWM connector on the pump to be sure that all of the pins are seated properly in the connector? This is about the only thing I can think it would be. If the pin that is supposed to report the speed of the pump isn't seated properly then it's not going to give a signal.

I'll check that and see if it's out of place. I see you have a switch 810... have you tried mounting the h220 as intake?
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Best choice is more of the stock HydrX PM 2 coolant, but if you can’t do that then I recommend just distilled water with a good additive like PrimoChill Liquid Utopia – one bottle treats one gallon of distilled.

Just an FYI, a few of us have had trouble with PrimoChill 3/8-5/8 tubing and Swiftech’s Lok-Seal compression fittings, so you will want to avoid that particular combination. XSPC and Swiftech tubing works fine though with their compressions fittings. I think ram cooling is not worth the trouble, but that is just me.

The temps you will get depend on a lot of things, ambient, what vCore is needed for the chip, how hot/cool that chip is with Intel’s poor glue placement, case air flow, etc. It will work with no extra rads but good temps require more rad space.
1.20v for 4.6? That is a nice chip. That low vCore will help with keeping everything cool also.

More rad is always better, just depends on what you can fit in your case. With that combo I think an extra 120 will give decent temps, nothing to worry about. I would just double check with Swiftech that the gpu stuff you are planning to get is compatible with your particular card.

Yeah, I know all of that.

I can only get the Primochill in that size, the XSPC stuff here is only avaliable in 1/2 ID.
I can't get the HydrX PM 2, so I'll run with distilled smile.gif
 
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Haven't switched tried going from exhaust push/pull to intake, but I just reseated and applied IC7 TIM and here's the results.

Before:



After:




One issue though... my pump doesn't show the RPM in bios or with any other utilities. It's plugged into the CPU fan header on the mobo without the splitter. Any ideas?

I also have the Extreme 6. I just used the splitter. I figured that way I know for a fact that the pump is getting enough voltage because I eliminated the motherboards power system from the equation. My board controls the pump perfectly in this configuration.
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i have an Extreme 4 and i use the splitter pump speeds shows up on mine.
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I also have the Extreme 6. I just used the splitter. I figured that way I know for a fact that the pump is getting enough voltage because I eliminated the motherboards power system from the equation. My board controls the pump perfectly in this configuration.

What kind of Extreme 6 though? AsRock make a couple of Extreme 6's, There's a P67 Extreme 6, a Z77 Extreme 6, and a Z68 Extreme 6? (Not sure on the last)

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i have an Extreme 4 and i use the splitter pump speeds shows up on mine.

See above tongue.gif
 
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