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Originally Posted by Brennan Hodges View Post

what is a good rpm to run pump at where it wont effect performance? i have it down to ~2000 and temps havnt changed from 100%. just wanted to know if i could run it lower wit good temps

http://martinsliquidlab.org/2013/01/27/swiftech-h220-prefilled-2x120mm-water-cooling-kit/8/

This should have the information you need. I believe you get pretty solid cooling at about 30% PWM settings which puts the RPMs on the pump in the neighborhood of 1750-1900. I think there is like only a 1-2C difference at full fan rpms. So 30% PWM on pump vs. 100% PWM on pump with full rpms on fans will net you only 1C difference and it is much louder at higher rpms. Better performance can of course be achieved with push/pull config or adding some gentle typhoons or Noctua NF-F12 fans onto the radiator.

Cheers,
John
post #3102 of 20720
I have a question for you guys. I want to use the provided PWM Splitter for controlling the pump. But I just received my Corsair 900D which has all 3-pin non-pwm fans. Would it hurt anything to hook those fans up to the splitter? I realize they would have to run at 12 volts. Anybody know the answer to this?

Thanks!
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what is a good rpm to run pump at where it wont effect performance? i have it down to ~2000 and temps havnt changed from 100%. just wanted to know if i could run it lower wit good temps
I allow mine to drop to 1300 or 1400 rpm without issues. Hell, you'd probably be perfectly fine to set the lower limit in Speedfan to 0% or 1% (which equals 1200 rpm).
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Originally Posted by ExpertTrigger View Post

I have a question for you guys. I want to use the provided PWM Splitter for controlling the pump. But I just received my Corsair 900D which has all 3-pin non-pwm fans. Would it hurt anything to hook those fans up to the splitter? I realize they would have to run at 12 volts. Anybody know the answer to this?

Thanks!

it is fine to run 3 pins off the splitter. you already know that they will not be controlled.
 
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@BramSLI1:

One of the fans on my H220 is making a really annoying clicking sound. It's actually making more noise than the pump itself.
Everything is connected properly using the PWM splitter provided, the pump is on CH1 and the fans on the other ports.

I bought my unit from NCIX.com, should I ask for a RMA from them or can this be resolved with Swiftech directly?

Thanks.
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Originally Posted by Brennan Hodges View Post

what is a good rpm to run pump at where it wont effect performance? i have it down to ~2000 and temps havnt changed from 100%. just wanted to know if i could run it lower wit good temps
I have mine set at 20% min @ 1500rpm roughly. As temps rise it goes up. I prefer quiet.
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Originally Posted by TiM3SH1FT View Post

@BramSLI1:

One of the fans on my H220 is making a really annoying clicking sound. It's actually making more noise than the pump itself.
Everything is connected properly using the PWM splitter provided, the pump is on CH1 and the fans on the other ports.

I bought my unit from NCIX.com, should I ask for a RMA from them or can this be resolved with Swiftech directly?

Thanks.
Contact Swiftech directly for RMA. NCIX has no stock right now.
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I have a question for you guys. I want to use the provided PWM Splitter for controlling the pump. But I just received my Corsair 900D which has all 3-pin non-pwm fans. Would it hurt anything to hook those fans up to the splitter? I realize they would have to run at 12 volts. Anybody know the answer to this?

Thanks!

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it is fine to run 3 pins off the splitter. you already know that they will not be controlled.

Thank you for the quick response! +REP
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@BramSLI1:

One of the fans on my H220 is making a really annoying clicking sound. It's actually making more noise than the pump itself.
Everything is connected properly using the PWM splitter provided, the pump is on CH1 and the fans on the other ports.

I bought my unit from NCIX.com, should I ask for a RMA from them or can this be resolved with Swiftech directly?

Thanks.

You can contact me directly about this by sending me an email with your invoice to bryan@swiftech.com. We'll just replace your defective fan.
post #3109 of 20720
Those temps are pretty high. My 3930K running at 4.1 ghz, 100% load and 155 watts cools at an average of 56 *C with the hottest core at 64*C. My idle temps are a little high for whatever reason; around 35*C. Motherboard idles at 32*C. I have the H220 controlled by Asus FanExpert to idle at 30% and includes a push/pull scenario with Noiseblocker PWM fans pushing and Noctua NF-F12's pulling. Effective and quieter than the Helix fans which I now use to cool my HDD's (four of them) at about 60% speed rating. The system emits a very quiet "woosh" that is barely noticeable at idle and a comfortable low level "roar" at load. Much quieter than my former mildly overclocked QX6700 (3.0ghz) under a Noctua DH-14 twin fan cooler.

In any case, your temps look high for the wattage reported.
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Hi guys, what universal GPU block do you recommend?

- XSPC Raystorm
- Watercool Heatkiller GPU-X3 LC
- EK Supremacy
- EK Supremacy bridge edition
- Swiftech MCW82

The card it's a reference 670, maybe in a future in SLI.
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