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you need to change the CPU control mode from Voltage to PWM.
Thanks ez12a, I posted your youtube link in a thread he opened but he had some trouble understanding the settings. I told him you are our resident expert, hopefully you can help him get it straighten out. smile.gif
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Another way to control fans in gigabyte bios is to enter 3D bios and then at the bottom its got picture of fan, click on that and then change settings. I changed mine to disabled so that my fans run 100%.
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The deign is like the MCRx20-QP which is 12fpi. The H220 rad is designed for low speed fans around 1200 rpm. Its more for quiet, but be effective too cool and expand.
If you want more constant cooling a 2nd rad is good with gpu.
1850rpm is fine. Try out the stock fans first before you decide to get new fans.
The fans I use is the Noctua NF-P12 PWM, fan speed is at 500rpm during idle, max speed is 1300rpm.

Websites say if you gonna go with the QP you need fans to be at or less than 1200rpm, so the 1850rpm fans not too fast?

What would the difference be with the XP320?
The stock fans of the H220 is 1800rpm. The 1200rpm is a guideline to keep noise down. If you want to run 5k rpm fans, do it. it will be loud, and wont see significant gains.

The XP320 is 20fpi, and needs higher static pressure fans to move air though. Not in the case of faster rpm fans or higher CFM.
9-15fpi = low speed fans/lower SP (Push or pull is fine for 35mm under, 45mm+ P/P)
16-29 fpi = Faster fans with higher SP (Better in push/pull)
30fpi+ (Your system will start flying around)
This is my experience on this and how I see it works on my end.
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i would try unplugging the fans and leaving the pump plugged in to test. If you change the pump speed does the sound change? Is your pump plugged into the splitter or directly into the CPU fan header?

my h220 pump makes a ticking noise at the lowest RPM (approx 1200) and for a split second during power on. I use mine at 1600 rpm and higher without any abnormal noise and performance. i have a feeling it might just stop working one day but i'll just RMA it at that point. It's being controlled through the splitter.

my guess is that it has to do with the balancing of the impeller/magnet assy from the factory.
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i would try unplugging the fans and leaving the pump plugged in to test. If you change the pump speed does the sound change? Is your pump plugged into the splitter or directly into the CPU fan header?

my h220 pump makes a ticking noise at the lowest RPM and for a split second during power on. I use mine at 1600 rpm and higher without any abnormal noise and performance.

my pump usually runs around 15 to 1600 rpm at idle, 2k + at load. I used the Asus fan xpert tool to put the pump to full speed and it was definitely ticking louder and could distinctly tell over the sound of the fans. My pump is plugged in directly to the splitter with my 4 cougar pwm fans plugged into the splitter as well.
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i think some QA audit is probably in order then.

Reach out to Bram for a replacement.
 
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Noticed something interesting, anytime I set the pwm percentage below 40% which causes the pump to hover around 2000 RPM it shuts off. I am going to try disabling the smart fan control, see if that helps. Not that 2000 RPM is bad for me though.
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Ok thanks for suggestion ez12a....thumb.gif

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Another way to control fans in gigabyte bios is to enter 3D bios and then at the bottom its got picture of fan, click on that and then change settings. I changed mine to disabled so that my fans run 100%.

But...if you changed to DISABLED as do the fans to spin at maximum?

Should I put the setting to DISABLED?
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i think some QA audit is probably in order then.

Reach out to Bram for a replacement.

i'm trying to avoid doing that. right now, after running the pump at full speed for 5 minutes or so, the ticking noise has died off and sounds like normal now.
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