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Originally Posted by Martinm210 View Post

Titan Kukuri 800-2200rpm fans. Similar to the Swiftech Helix except higher top speed which has good static pressure but the PQ curve is a little flat, still a good RPM scale for most 25mm fans.

GTs or 38mm fans might read 1800 and produce similar results as the Titan 2200rpm result etc.

Of coarse there are other factors such as the fan PQ shape that might tailor to a rad restriction level also. I chose the Titan specifically because it had a good rpm range that covered the most common speeds with an average to better pressure capability.

I bought Delta AFB1212HE Rev3s as well, but cut out the second test phase after 17 radiators worth of work. Got boring pretty fast..smile.gif

I can just imagine how boring it must have been. We all really appreciate the effort and work that you put into your testing and reviews though. thumb.gif
post #3982 of 20731
I returned from my business trip a few days ago, and my replacement H220 had arrived. It ran amazingly well and extremely quietly for the past three days at 100%, and now it is making a terrible noise. Luckily, I had not actually installed it as I was slightly leery after the first H220 had problems.

Here is a video of what is going on...
http://youtu.be/Gt6i5BSxM0E

This is quite disappointing frown.gif
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post #3983 of 20731
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I returned from my business trip a few days ago, and my replacement H220 had arrived. It ran amazingly well and extremely quietly for the past three days at 100%, and now it is making a terrible noise. Luckily, I had not actually installed it as I was slightly leery after the first H220 had problems.

Here is a video of what is going on...
http://youtu.be/Gt6i5BSxM0E

This is quite disappointing frown.gif

Woah that sound makes me want to hit with a base ball bat.
    
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Woah that sound makes me want to hit with a base ball bat.

Oddly enough, I was just at the gun range earlier today sending some rounds down the lane. Part of me wanted to use this as target practice. Just kidding of course... sort of...
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post #3985 of 20731
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Our naming scheme makes more sense because you don't have to think about what size the fans are. It's right in the name. A Swiftech 320 radiator means, just like Avonosac said, 3= the number of fans and the 20= 120mm fan. I hope this makes sense to those of you that aren't familiar with our simplistic naming scheme.

So can I assume a 200mm model would be the H100? tongue.gif
post #3986 of 20731
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I returned from my business trip a few days ago, and my replacement H220 had arrived. It ran amazingly well and extremely quietly for the past three days at 100%, and now it is making a terrible noise. Luckily, I had not actually installed it as I was slightly leery after the first H220 had problems.

Here is a video of what is going on...
http://youtu.be/Gt6i5BSxM0E

This is quite disappointing frown.gif

You must be really picky about noise, I turned my volume down to ZERO and couldn't hear the pump in your video. tongue.gif
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So can I assume a 200mm model would be the H100? tongue.gif

Also would it start with a C?
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Originally Posted by Fleat View Post

I returned from my business trip a few days ago, and my replacement H220 had arrived. It ran amazingly well and extremely quietly for the past three days at 100%, and now it is making a terrible noise. Luckily, I had not actually installed it as I was slightly leery after the first H220 had problems.

Here is a video of what is going on...
http://youtu.be/Gt6i5BSxM0E

This is quite disappointing frown.gif

I had an air bubble that made a similar sound, just not quite as loud. Have you tried moving the pump around while it's running?
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post #3989 of 20731
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Originally Posted by Fleat View Post

I returned from my business trip a few days ago, and my replacement H220 had arrived. It ran amazingly well and extremely quietly for the past three days at 100%, and now it is making a terrible noise. Luckily, I had not actually installed it as I was slightly leery after the first H220 had problems.

Here is a video of what is going on...
http://youtu.be/Gt6i5BSxM0E

This is quite disappointing frown.gif

i just got mines alittle over a week ago. its been running since then. total of 219hours so far. i hope mines dont go bad.
post #3990 of 20731
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I had an air bubble that made a similar sound, just not quite as loud. Have you tried moving the pump around while it's running?
I spent around twenty minutes trying all the tricks mentioned in this thread for removing air bubbles, and it didn't make a difference. If I have time today I am going to try again. The video really doesn't do the noise justice though as this thing is LOUD. This happened while I was gone and my wife thought my computer was having a melt down. When I told her to just leave it she actually stuck a couple of towels under the door to try and lower the noise level and she was three rooms over!
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