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post #3281 of 20809
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Originally Posted by gabe@swiftech View Post

I take the opportunity of your post to answer the "pump issues" question.

In order to accurately assess a situation, it was important for me to have sufficient time elapsed.

Everybody knows we've had an issue with debris and coolant pollution in the first batch that hit the streets in March; 9 out of 10 of the kits that came back exhibited this issue.

We obviously took drastic steps after that to correct the problem.

The Results?

We are now at end of May and the return rate for the second batch of shipments that hit the streets in April has dropped a whopping 85% from March: we are now in the triple digits total units shipped, and I counted a dozen RMA's from the April shipments.. Not good, but not too bad either.. This is clear evidence to me that our process is substantially improving. Being as it may, we do continue to watch every single RMA like hawks and I feel comfortable saying that our zero defect policy is starting to pay off.

Have a a good Memorial Day you guys, and happy barbecuing :-)

Gabe
Thank you. I was specifically referring to the issue that has been mentioned in the past week. I thought that was something different than debris. I am also happy to hear that the qc is improving the situation drastically. Honestly today I was checking the web about the Cooler Master 240L Prestige.There seem to be pump issues with that product also. I'll stick with you guys because of your commitment to the customer ,as well as they don't have a product that ships with a 360mm radiator.
post #3282 of 20809
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Originally Posted by dsmwookie View Post

I ve done two H220s one with a 3770K/7970 and one with a 8320/7950

3770K machine idled at 21-23C on the CPU and stayed around 44-46C under load with a slight oveclock on the GPU.

8320 - 25C idle and I haven't had a chance to load it up yet.

Is the 3770K machine have the 7970 under load too or just the CPU?
post #3283 of 20809
Quote:
Originally Posted by gabe@swiftech View Post

I take the opportunity of your post to answer the "pump issues" question.

In order to accurately assess a situation, it was important for me to have sufficient time elapsed.

Everybody knows we've had an issue with debris and coolant pollution in the first batch that hit the streets in March; 9 out of 10 of the kits that came back exhibited this issue.

We obviously took drastic steps after that to correct the problem.

The Results?

We are now at end of May and the return rate for the second batch of shipments that hit the streets in April has dropped a whopping 85% from March: we are now in the triple digits total units shipped, and I counted a dozen RMA's from the April shipments.. Not good, but not too bad either.. This is clear evidence to me that our process is substantially improving. Being as it may, we do continue to watch every single RMA like hawks and I feel comfortable saying that our zero defect policy is starting to pay off.

Have a a good Memorial Day you guys, and happy barbecuing :-)

Gabe


Great to hear that. I'm not quite in the market for a new cooler just yet, but sooner or later I will be and the composition of the H220 is just pitch perfect for my tastes.
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post #3284 of 20809
anyone try using a Lamptron FC5V2 to control the pump? Kinda tired of listening to that thing whir and gurgle thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif
post #3285 of 20809
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Originally Posted by dramabeats View Post

anyone try using a Lamptron FC5V2 to control the pump? Kinda tired of listening to that thing whir and gurgle thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif
that fan controller is not pwm, so it would not work properly with the pump.
post #3286 of 20809
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Originally Posted by Matt-Matt View Post

Golden 3570k? :/
I spent heaps on my water loop, the orignal idea was to watercool the two 7950's and throw the CPU in there while I was at it.. Next minute the 7950 blocks don't fit properly and I just wasted $400-$500 on watercooling my CPU with a massive amount of RAD space and an insane pump..

I wouldn't say Golden. 5Ghz ran @ 1.52 volts but would have funky errors every now & then. It would pass hours of Intel Burn Test & then the next boot would have a random crash on a random program. I'm just gonna stick with 4.8 Ghz & call it good. When I got the chip it had the Tim problem. Now it has Coollab's Ultra between the core & IHS & H220. It idles @ 29c & loads into the low 60's.
post #3287 of 20809
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Originally Posted by Mattb2e View Post

that fan controller is not pwm, so it would not work properly with the pump.

Man I really can't catch a break doh.gif
post #3288 of 20809
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Originally Posted by Matt-Matt View Post

Golden 3570k? :/
I spent heaps on my water loop, the orignal idea was to watercool the two 7950's and throw the CPU in there while I was at it.. Next minute the 7950 blocks don't fit properly and I just wasted $400-$500 on watercooling my CPU with a massive amount of RAD space and an insane pump..

I used a universal gpu block. I want to be able to use it again down the road.
post #3289 of 20809
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Originally Posted by dramabeats View Post

Man I really can't catch a break doh.gif

You should try using speedfan, it works nicely when its setup properly biggrin.gif.

I have mine set so the pump runs at a little under 1400rpm, it runs pretty quiet, the fans are louder than the pump at this setting.
post #3290 of 20809
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Originally Posted by Mattb2e View Post

You should try using speedfan, it works nicely when its setup properly biggrin.gif.

I have mine set so the pump runs at a little under 1400rpm, it runs pretty quiet, the fans are louder than the pump at this setting.
I don't have time to mess with that program anymore
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