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Has to be something you did wrong, it wouldn't just change on its own. The problem can be if you do a few things at once is trying to catch what you might of changed. I had an issue where all of a sudden my system would hard lock coming out of sleep sometimes. I am like ***, then I thought about what I did recently. I installed the Supercharger software that is suppose to charge things faster via USB. I removed that and it cured the issue.

On the software side, nothing was changed. The only thing I did was unplug all the case fans (which were plugged straight into the PSU), unplug the GPU, and see just how loud the pump and fan were. I then unplugged the Helix fans from the PWM splitter to see how loud just the pump was, and then unplugged the pump from the splitter too, to see if there were any noise running fanless. After that, I plugged everything back into their respective ports, and the problem arose. Note that this was all done outside of Windows, just sitting in the BIOS. Also, I ran a Win8 boot drive, in contrast to my normal Win7 boot, to see if anything would change. Unfortunately, it made no difference.
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I would try plugging the fans into the sys headers that you can control in the hardware monitor in the bios. Then just try CPU 1 header and PWN for the pump. Just a thought, I have never used Speedfan. I cant see why voltage control on the pump would be bad, but this is my first time water cooling.

This was the article that led me to believe voltage regulating the PWM pump would cause undue strain. I actually am not sure if it really will cause adverse effects, but I'd rather be safe than sorry.
post #3702 of 20723
About the only other thing I can think of, is on my board, the CPU header and sys fan 3 are both at the top not far from each other and I have accidentally plugged into the sys fan header.
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check to see if you accidentally pulled the pwm wire out of its connector or something when moving things around.
 
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About the only other thing I can think of, is on my board, the CPU header and sys fan 3 are both at the top not far from each other and I have accidentally plugged into the sys fan header.

I wish it were that, but I've actually already tried every fan header on my mobo, and that PWM splitter will not modulate speeds.
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check to see if you accidentally pulled the pwm wire out of its connector or something when moving things around.

The PWM wire is unfortunately still connected. Also, I've tried the PWM splitter on a different motherboard, and it works perfectly fine. The problem is only with my MSI motherboard.
post #3705 of 20723
Hello,
Is it possible to control the pump of a H220 by using hardware such as a fan control dial?
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I wish it were that, but I've actually already tried every fan header on my mobo, and that PWM splitter will not modulate speeds.
The PWM wire is unfortunately still connected. Also, I've tried the PWM splitter on a different motherboard, and it works perfectly fine. The problem is only with my MSI motherboard.

I am not sure if this will help, but if you are okay with making up small circuits you might try this...

If your PWM circuit doesnt work, but the voltage control circuit will work off the tach. signal then you could use a 555 timer circuit and NPN or equivalent transistor to use the MB header to control the input to the circuit and the fan could be on the PWM circuit output.

There are a lot of tutorials on the net to make one up.

thanks,
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post #3707 of 20723
Just a head's up, I was pulling my hair out too when I saw my board wasn't controlling anything. Then I removed the splitter all together just plugging straight into the board and it was fine. I know others have said this just sharing my experience.
post #3708 of 20723
Here is a quick video of the noise my pump is making. So far it has come and gone for the past 3 days of running the pump full speed.
http://db.tt/8jFoQs4G
post #3709 of 20723
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Hey guys, I was looking into either getting an Eisberg 240 or the H220. However I saw this on Xbit: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Is the fan controller and better pump the reason for Swiftech's higher pricing, or is this review bogus and the performance is on H220's side as well. I could not find too many results against 280mm rads.
http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/coolers/display/nzxt-kraken-x60_4.html#sect1

Is it me or are most of the units comparing to the H220 in that one 240 radiators? On top of the things Phelan already mentioned, why would you compare something that has 400 additional mm^2 of rad space and be surprised when dissipates heat better?
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Hello,
Is it possible to control the pump of a H220 by using hardware such as a fan control dial?

If you can find a fan controller which produces a true PWM signal. Lamptron or Aquaero (sp?) come to mind. Otherwise, no you don't want to control the pump that way, because those are voltage regulated controllers.
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Here is a quick video of the noise my pump is making. So far it has come and gone for the past 3 days of running the pump full speed.
http://db.tt/8jFoQs4G

I've gotten that exact noise before, it's usually an air bubble trapped in the pump.

My solution was to open the fill port while running, let it sit open for 10-20 mins (give or take) and also move the radiator around a bit while opened, of course being careful not to spill. You can also gently squeeze the tubing a bit and try to push the trapped air from the pump. Let it run open for a bit longer and see how it goes.
Edited by Nightz2k - 6/7/13 at 7:42am
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