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post #3121 of 20767
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Originally Posted by Brennan Hodges View Post

why does cpu-z and HWmonitor report my MAX cpu voltage at 1.248 but i have it set to 1.255 in BIOS. even with cpu at 100% load the voltage wont pass 1.248, i never see 1.255 (what i set it to)

Note: this doesn't really have to do with h220 but figured id ask for a fast response

Vdroop, under load mine reports 1.28 when its 1.30 in the bios.
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Experiencing ridiculous temp spikes in HWmonitor is this just a bug from crazy low idle temps or what? This never happened with my 212+ beginning to get worried my pump intermittent.. Has happened multiple times, 90c+. Temps are fine stress testing etc. Just totally random.. FX8350,990fxa-ud3
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post #3123 of 20767
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Experiencing ridiculous temp spikes in HWmonitor is this just a bug from crazy low idle temps or what? This never happened with my 212+ beginning to get worried my pump intermittent.. Has happened multiple times, 90c+. Temps are fine stress testing etc. Just totally random.. FX8350,990fxa-ud3

i have read that FX temperatures at idle could be way off (some report below ambient temps). If at load it's fine, then I wouldnt worry too much about it.

Are you monitoring pump speed at all? How is your pump connected to your computer? I would use some kind of monitoring tool like speedfan to alert you if the pump ever slows down below 1200 rpm.
 
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post #3124 of 20767
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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.

Can't say enough about this, I had the same issue and they got me taken care of after a few emails. Fans are both running nice and quiet now.
post #3125 of 20767
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thanks for the help friend,
but still do not quite understand

Can you explain exactly what you want to do? A friend of mine speaks portuguese, so I may be able to get you an answer you can more easily understand..
post #3126 of 20767
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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.

Looked at the connector and everything seemed fine to me. Also tried using the splitter rather than directly plugging into the CPU header and that was the same result. 0 RPM in bios and in software.
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post #3127 of 20767
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i have read that FX temperatures at idle could be way off (some report below ambient temps). If at load it's fine, then I wouldnt worry too much about it.

Are you monitoring pump speed at all? How is your pump connected to your computer? I would use some kind of monitoring tool like speedfan to alert you if the pump ever slows down below 1200 rpm.

How should I have this setup? Recently got it and I'm using the supplied splitter running off the CPU_fan plug. the pump and fans plugged in to that using auto spd in bios on my 990fxa-ud3.
    
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post #3128 of 20767
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thanks for the help friend,
but still do not quite understand

No problem... so you are trying to expand the cooling loop to your GPUs, am I correct in that assumption?

Well, based on the two Graphics cards, you need at least another radiator that can handle the heat load. I guess the rule of thumb is a 120mm radiator for each large heat source (ie. cpu, gpu, etc.). So, you will need to take into consideration the extra heat load added to the cooling system when incorporating two graphics cards to the water-cooling system. You will of course need either universal GPU blocks (which will not cool your memory or the VRM unit) or a full GPU block which will cover those other elements I mentioned in parentheses.

I mentioned the 3/8 x 5/8" XSPC tubing because that is what has been found to fit the H220 fittings. I have used them myself and they seem to work very well. Why don't you give the folks here a little bit more information about what you want for your system? Your original request was a bit vague... There are plenty of very knowledgeable folks on this site who are more than happy to help.

Cheers,
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post #3129 of 20767
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Originally Posted by MrStick89 View Post

How should I have this setup? Recently got it and I'm using the supplied splitter running off the CPU_fan plug. the pump and fans plugged in to that using auto spd in bios on my 990fxa-ud3.

With the Pump plugged into the #1 slot in the splitter, your CPU FAN header should be reading the pump's speed.

It looks like you can monitor the speeds using the utilities you already have. Just keep an eye and make sure the CPU fan minimum never goes below 1200 rpm.

Your motherboard fan control utility or speedfan can probably be configured to alert you.
 
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post #3130 of 20767
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With the Pump plugged into the #1 slot in the splitter, your CPU FAN header should be reading the pump's speed.

It looks like you can monitor the speeds using the utilities you already have. Just keep an eye and make sure the CPU fan minimum never goes below 1200 rpm.

Your motherboard fan control utility or speedfan can probably be configured to alert you.

Mine drops to 1185 at times, at 0% in speed fan it hovers between that and 2000.
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