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post #3751 of 20767
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Originally Posted by michael-ocn View Post

I don't think you want to attach the H220 pump to the circuit described in the bit-tech article. That circuit works by rapidly switching the supply to the "fan" on and off. I believe, the pump wants to see is a steady 12v and a pwm control signal. Logic in the pump assembly will pulse the motor based on the control signal. This article explains things better than i could.
http://www.overclockers.com/pwm-fan-controller


Ah, I hadn't seen that excerpt from nidec.
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Can a h220 pump support 2 240 rad without a problem?
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Can a h220 pump support 2 240 rad without a problem?

Yes, it shouldn't be a problem to add a second 2x120mm fan radiator. Just make sure that the inlet line to the pump is still being fed directly by the original radiator with the integrated reservoir. You don't want to put anything in between the pump and the radiator on that piece of tubing. If you do it will make bleeding the air out of the loop and priming your pump very difficult.
post #3754 of 20767
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Can a h220 pump support 2 240 rad without a problem?
If you are saying can it handle the 240 rad it comes with, and another 240 rad then there is no question it can handle that. If you are saying can it handle the stock 240 plus two more 240s for three in all, then I can say I have the equivalent of that now and it works fine.
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post #3755 of 20767
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Originally Posted by BramSLI1 View Post

Yes, it shouldn't be a problem to add a second 2x120mm fan radiator. Just make sure that the inlet line to the pump is still being fed directly by the original radiator with the integrated reservoir. You don't want to put anything in between the pump and the radiator on that piece of tubing. If you do it will make bleeding the air out of the loop and priming your pump very difficult.
Mayb a noob question but say I was to move my setup from a define r4 to a new arc midi r2 I just got (yay new stuff!) and added a reservoir as well as a second rad., would i still feed the pump by the original rad., or by the reservoir? By the res. I assume would be okay? Then mayb I could mount the original rad/res however I wish orientation wise? I have had this h220 a month and I am anxious to get it goin!
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Soon to be new H220 owner and building my 1st rig, placed order yesterday for H220. I have been in contact with Swiftech support on a couple questions and received fast response to questions, ty. Latest question was regarding using the H220 controller vs the MB CPU header and MB fan connections so as to use the built in FanExpert, Support requested my MB model (Asus Sabertooth Z87). Any concerns hooking directly to MB CPU/fan headers vs H220 controller?
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Soon to be new H220 owner and building my 1st rig, placed order yesterday for H220. I have been in contact with Swiftech support on a couple questions and received fast response to questions, ty. Latest question was regarding using the H220 controller vs the MB CPU header and MB fan connections so as to use the built in FanExpert, Support requested my MB model (Asus Sabertooth Z87). Any concerns hooking directly to MB CPU/fan headers vs H220 controller?

The only concern would be whether or not the motherboard can provide a consistent 12v power supply to the pump, and whether or not it will use PWM or voltage modulation. It is recommended to use the included splitter, that way there is no possibility of varied voltage supply to the pump (unless your PSU is at fault).

Not to say that your 4 pin CPU header will not power the pump properly, because it should, however there is a risk of having voltage fluctuation on the CPU header that would not exist with the splitter. With use of the splitter you will guarantee that your pump has 12v at all times, and you will not risk pump damage due to voltage fluctuations.
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Sabertooth Z87 CPU/Fan headers are all PWM.
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Originally Posted by Teufelshunde View Post

Soon to be new H220 owner and building my 1st rig, placed order yesterday for H220. I have been in contact with Swiftech support on a couple questions and received fast response to questions, ty. Latest question was regarding using the H220 controller vs the MB CPU header and MB fan connections so as to use the built in FanExpert, Support requested my MB model (Asus Sabertooth Z87). Any concerns hooking directly to MB CPU/fan headers vs H220 controller?
There is no H220 controller. It is just a splitter and everything is powered via molex. You plug the pwm cable to the fan header and all connected will be controlled.
Sabertooth dont use FanXpert. It uses it own, Thermal Radar. It is very basic, but prefer SpeedFan as you can have a much better fan curve.

All connections are PWM, except the 2x CPU can be set to go 20% min. The rest only has a min of 40%. Now thats all in the bios.
On software wise with Asus own, CPU 20%, rest is 30%.
Speed fan can do all ranges from 0-100%
    
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hello everyone!

i'm new to the forum and ordered mine on friday morning from a shop in rotterdam, nl, since i couldn't find a shop selling them in germany right now...

i'm going to build a 'vintage' i7 system and was going to collect the budget hardware for that over the last months:

corsair c70 case (mg)
noctua nf-f12-pwm (2 for pull on the rad, 2 for the case, front and rear)
x58 sabertooth (new from ebay)
i7 920 D0 -> this one will go over 4ghz with extreme low vcore
swiftech h220
xms3 dominator 6x 2gb
evga gtx770 acx cooler (still to be purchased)
dark power pro p10 650w psu (still to be purchased)

cant wait w/ that particular built! the cool thing about it, is to use the new stuff (gpu, psu, h220) on the next gen built as well, when the next really cool gen is out (post haswell area)...

all the best and looking fwd to the h220!! thumb.gif
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