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post #3621 of 20765
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Originally Posted by 03threefiftyz View Post

Well crap....4 days of use and the pump has already gotten noticeable louder No pump drop outs or anything, but disconcerting none the less.
Jeez...I feel like these posts keep coming up recently.
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post #3622 of 20765
I just installed my H220! However, I am having a hard time controlling my fan and pump speeds. They both appear to be running at 100% all the time, as I was able to hook it up a certain way and determined that the Fans were running at 1800 +-20 and the pump at 3250 +-50. I thought the pump's max was 3,000 though? And no matter what I do in the bios I can't seem to manage to get any control over it.

Mobo: MSI Z77-G41
post #3623 of 20765
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Originally Posted by FatBoyTyler View Post

I just installed my H220! However, I am having a hard time controlling my fan and pump speeds. They both appear to be running at 100% all the time, as I was able to hook it up a certain way and determined that the Fans were running at 1800 +-20 and the pump at 3250 +-50. I thought the pump's max was 3,000 though? And no matter what I do in the bios I can't seem to manage to get any control over it.

Mobo: MSI Z77-G41

I found you a guide on how to get Speedfan working with your MSI board.

http://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=109858.0

Edit: This doesn't appear to be for Z77 boards, and none are listed on Speedfans site. Check page 2-8 of your manual for PWM settings in the BIOS.
Edited by Skullwipe - 6/3/13 at 8:36pm
post #3624 of 20765
3000 rpm +/- 10%, I'd say the pump in in the right range for fully powered operation and the fans too.

Looks like your mobo has 1x PWM enabled fan header labeled CPUFAN, and 4x regular fan headers labeled SYSFAN1 thru 4. The "Hardware Monitor" section in the BIOS should let you fiddle with things... in particular this setting...
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
CPU Smart Fan Target
Controls CPU fan speed automatically depending on the current temperature and
to keep it with a specific range. If the current CPU temperature reaches the target
value, the smart fan function will be activated.

I would think you want all three devices (pump + 2x fans) controlled by your mobo's CPUFAN PWM signal. So you'd use the splitter plugged into that that header, and put all 3 devices on the spitter.
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Originally Posted by michael-ocn View Post

3000 rpm +/- 10%, I'd say the pump in in the right range for fully powered operation and the fans too.

Looks like your mobo has 1x PWM enabled fan header labeled CPUFAN, and 4x regular fan headers labeled SYSFAN1 thru 4. The "Hardware Monitor" section in the BIOS should let you fiddle with things... in particular this setting...
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
CPU Smart Fan Target
Controls CPU fan speed automatically depending on the current temperature and
to keep it with a specific range. If the current CPU temperature reaches the target
value, the smart fan function will be activated.

I would think you want all three devices (pump + 2x fans) controlled by your mobo's CPUFAN PWM signal. So you'd use the splitter plugged into that that header, and put all 3 devices on the spitter.

I have it setup this way and have tried multiple settings. I can now hear the fans speed up and down, but the pump appears to stay at 100%
post #3626 of 20765
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I have it setup this way and have tried multiple settings. I can now hear the fans speed up and down, but the pump appears to stay at 100%

Hmmm... so since the fans ramp up/down, mobos PWM signal must be doing something. Some rough ideas about isolating the problem to the lead or the device?

The pwm signal on the lead off the splitter that's plugged into the pump, that might be busted. If you swap leads such that a lead currently on a fan that changes speed is put on the pump instead. Does the problem follow the lead or stay with he device?
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post #3627 of 20765
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All H220 is manufactured by Swiftech, no one else. Its done in there own factory.
What do you mean real watercooling? H220 is watercooling.

Do I really need to take a picture of the side of the box for you...? Go look at yours. Bottom of a side panel. "designed by Swiftech in the USA, Made in China"
post #3628 of 20765
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Have you tried it with just hooking the pump to the splitter and the splitter just to the molex, not hooking it to the mobo? It should run full speed this way but you should try it for testing to make sure you don't have either a faulty splitter or maybe bad PWM signal from your mobo.

Yeah, read post again...

"Bypassed motherboard fan headers, using Swiftech supplied PDU with ONLY the Swiftech pump on the PDU powered via molex then connected to CPU fan header on the motherboard for readings only..."
post #3629 of 20765
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Originally Posted by michael-ocn View Post

Hmmm... so since the fans ramp up/down, mobos PWM signal must be doing something. Some rough ideas about isolating the problem to the lead or the device?

The pwm signal on the lead off the splitter that's plugged into the pump, that might be busted. If you swap leads such that a lead currently on a fan that changes speed is put on the pump instead. Does the problem follow the lead or stay with he device?

I do not have time tonight and will be out of town for a few days, but I will attempt to narrow it down when I am back!
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Originally Posted by Sp33d Junki3 View Post

All H220 is manufactured by Swiftech, no one else. Its done in there own factory.
What do you mean real watercooling? H220 is watercooling.

Do I really need to take a picture of the side of the box for you...? Go look at yours. Bottom of a side panel. "designed by Swiftech in the USA, Made in China"
The manufacturing is done by Swiftech own factory. Which is in China.
    
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