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post #3651 of 20731
Hi guys, i have a problem with my H200.
I install the h220 the last week and work fine but the problems started yesterday, the pump don't work and the fans yes. I try connect directly and nothing, same case setting the bios and the profile in fan expert.

With stock fan



With H220



What can i do? should i send it to warranty?
post #3652 of 20731
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Originally Posted by El Media Vida View Post

Hi guys, i have a problem with my H200.
I install the h220 the last week and work fine but the problems started yesterday, the pump don't work and the fans yes. I try connect directly and nothing, same case setting the bios and the profile in fan expert.

With stock fan



With H220



What can i do? should i send it to warranty?

Can you try connecting the pump directly to the CPU fan header to see if that resolves your issue? Let me know what you find.
post #3653 of 20731
^^^ looks like the monitoring function (rpm readout) isn't working but the pump itself probably is, otherwise, wouldn't the temps be higher? or maybe the pump is alternating between being on and off, some folks have reported a problem like that.
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^^^ looks like the monitoring function (rpm readout) isn't working but the pump itself probably is, otherwise, wouldn't the temps be higher? or maybe the pump is alternating between being on and off, some folks have reported a problem like that.

Good call. I didn't notice that at first. El Media, your CPU temps would be a lot higher if the pump had actually failed. It looks like your monitoring function isn't working properly, just as Michael-OCN stated. It could be an issue with splitter so try connecting the pump directly to your CPU fan header to see if that gives you the ability to monitor the pump speed.
post #3655 of 20731
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Can you try connecting the pump directly to the CPU fan header to see if that resolves your issue? Let me know what you find.

Same happens, the pump don't work and 0 rpms.
post #3656 of 20731
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Same happens, the pump don't work and 0 rpms.

Based on your CPU temperature though the pump does appear to be working. If it wasn't your CPU temps would be in the 50s or 60s. Even at idle. I'm sending you a PM though to help you with this.
post #3657 of 20731
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Based on your CPU temperature though the pump does appear to be working. If it wasn't your CPU temps would be in the 50s or 60s. Even at idle. I'm sending you a PM though to help you with this.

After ~15 minutes the temps increase and the pc turn off
Ok. I'll be on the lookout.
post #3658 of 20731
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After ~15 minutes the temps increase and the pc turn off
Ok. I'll be on the lookout.

OK, then it's probably an issue with the pump. Once I have the information that I requested in my PM to you I'll know how to proceed.
post #3659 of 20731
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Can you try connecting the pump directly to the CPU fan header to see if that resolves your issue? Let me know what you find.

Same happens, the pump don't work and 0 rpms.
In the bios how is the settings done for fan setup?
Can you take a photo of it.
    
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post #3660 of 20731
To Bram and other reps, my pump noise hasn't seemed to improve. Performance hasn't decreased at all but I woke up a few days ago, turned my pc on to hear a terrible clicking from the pump. In a few days I will be redoing my loop completely, is there anything I can do to make sure all is well? Also on my power supply, for some reason grounding the +12v or "ps on" causes the power supply to pulse on and off. Doesn't supply enough to run the loop fully outside the case which makes it very hard for install ation. Any tips?
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