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I've had my Swiftech H220 for about 2 weeks now and it has been working fine. I left my PC on overnight running AIDA64 and when I woke up the screen was frozen but there was no buzzing noise. When I came back and restarted the PC I heard a loud buzzing noise, and unplugged everything and figured out it was the H220. Usually in the BIOS it runs at 1000 RPM, but now it was running at over 2000. I don't know what to do to fix it. Here's a video of the noise.

It may or may not be the problem in your case,but in my case (pun intended) I got that noise from an air bubble. Check out the OP and you'll find detailed instructions on how to get rid of them smile.gif.
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So I have my H220 mounted in the top of my R4 in stock configuration (intake). The harmonic that the fans produced against the honeycomb grill was horrid, so I tried to space fans a couple mm away from the grill to eliminate the problem. The harmonic still slightly exists, however I can't space the rad and fans any further down (away from the honeycomb mesh) because I'm already physically touching my motherboard heatsinks. I also noticed that I'll never be able to do push pull in the top because I'll hit the ram (even though I'm using Corsair Vengeance LP).

For the record when mounted right up against the grill (stock) there are no clearance issues with the R4 and UD5H Mobo.

Is there any way to offset my configuration just a few more mm away from the mobo side? Does anyone manufacture offset fan shrouds or something of the sort?

A simple solution would be to just use a honeycomb hole to the left the furthest offset hole, and drill a hole to correspond with it. I'd rather not do this if there are other ways.

Ultimately I'd like to have the fans spaced 5-10mm from the honeycomb mesh so I don't have to deal with the horrid harmonic it produces.

Pics to show how it's mounted currently:
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post #4463 of 20723
I think that type of spacing is going to be chronic with this cooler as I also have a mid tower case and cannot put fans in push pull because the rad nearly touching one of the the i/o ports. You however wil be able to mount the fans on the top of the case and rad inside to give you much more space inside and get the fans away from the honeycomb.

You'll just have to rotate the rad the other way to get it to mount flush

You could also paint the fan housing white to match the rest of your case.

I would probably put a fan grill on them though if you have kids running around.
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Hey guys, got a question. I am currently using a push config. Have two noctua nff12's on top of the rad pushing air through it.

Now i am thinking of adding two fans in pull mode under the rad. Is it important that those fans are exactly the same as the pushers or can it be other fans with different static pressure, rpm and air movement?

If i for example place two fans in pull mode under it which move less air than the nff12's will it be worse or better?
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Most people say you have to use the exact same fans. Not sure though never tried. It would make sense to me to use the same rpm range fans at least.
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Originally Posted by jezzer View Post

Hey guys, got a question. I am currently using a push config. Have two noctua nff12's on top of the rad pushing air through it.

Now i am thinking of adding two fans in pull mode under the rad. Is it important that those fans are exactly the same as the pushers or can it be other fans with different static pressure, rpm and air movement?

If i for example place two fans in pull mode under it which move less air than the nff12's will it be worse or better?
It is always best to use the exact same fans for push/pull. There are those that don’t but you can have issues with not getting the best performance and it could be louder than it should be.

However, a few people here have tried push/pull with the H220 and because the rad is designed for quiet operation you only get a couple c better. Some people want every c they can get no matter what, and others really like the look of push/pull. So there are reasons to do it, but I just wanted to let you know that the performance increase will be minimal.
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So I have my H220 mounted in the top of my R4 in stock configuration (intake). The harmonic that the fans produced against the honeycomb grill was horrid, so I tried to space fans a couple mm away from the grill to eliminate the problem. The harmonic still slightly exists, however I can't space the rad and fans any further down (away from the honeycomb mesh) because I'm already physically touching my motherboard heatsinks. I also noticed that I'll never be able to do push pull in the top because I'll hit the ram (even though I'm using Corsair Vengeance LP).

For the record when mounted right up against the grill (stock) there are no clearance issues with the R4 and UD5H Mobo.

Is there any way to offset my configuration just a few more mm away from the mobo side? Does anyone manufacture offset fan shrouds or something of the sort?

A simple solution would be to just use a honeycomb hole to the left the furthest offset hole, and drill a hole to correspond with it. I'd rather not do this if there are other ways.

Ultimately I'd like to have the fans spaced 5-10mm from the honeycomb mesh so I don't have to deal with the horrid harmonic it produces.

Pics to show how it's mounted currently:
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


rubber gaskets maybe? sounds like the honey comb is concave and not convex? maybe it got pushed it ( would happen with my 900. ) maybe try pulling it out? otherwise how would any fan mount to it with out making noise?
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Originally Posted by jezzer View Post

Hey guys, got a question. I am currently using a push config. Have two noctua nff12's on top of the rad pushing air through it.

Now i am thinking of adding two fans in pull mode under the rad. Is it important that those fans are exactly the same as the pushers or can it be other fans with different static pressure, rpm and air movement?

If i for example place two fans in pull mode under it which move less air than the nff12's will it be worse or better?

always use same type of fans.worst case you can do this
Fan1 rad Fan1
fan2 rad fan2
ps push pull makes almost no difference in thin rads 60+mm thick rads on the other hand it does help. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Most people say you have to use the exact same fans. Not sure though never tried. It would make sense to me to use the same rpm range fans at least.
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It is always best to use the exact same fans for push/pull. There are those that don’t but you can have issues with not getting the best performance and it could be louder than it should be.

However, a few people here have tried push/pull with the H220 and because the rad is designed for quiet operation you only get a couple c better. Some people want every c they can get no matter what, and others really like the look of push/pull. So there are reasons to do it, but I just wanted to let you know that the performance increase will be minimal.

again. everyone thinks more is better
you are lucky on thin rads to get 1c difference. with push pull

best option is pull... ( makes it easy to clean rather then having a mat of dirt/dust/hair under a fan also dispersion is a LITTLE better )
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Hey guys, got a question. I am currently using a push config. Have two noctua nff12's on top of the rad pushing air through it.

Now i am thinking of adding two fans in pull mode under the rad. Is it important that those fans are exactly the same as the pushers or can it be other fans with different static pressure, rpm and air movement?

If i for example place two fans in pull mode under it which move less air than the nff12's will it be worse or better?

Is the goal to lower cpu temps or to increase air intake into the case for the benefit of your dual gpus? Since the rad is not too thick and has a low fin densitiy, adding fans probably won't help temps much, but probably would pull more air into the case... if i had to guess.
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does anyone know if swiftech's HQ in Long Beach, CA. have a physical store? can i just drive there and buy some of their stuffs?
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It may or may not be the problem in your case,but in my case (pun intended) I got that noise from an air bubble. Check out the OP and you'll find detailed instructions on how to get rid of them smile.gif.

I followed everything in the instructions and the noise became more quiet, but it is still noticeable. I've been doing for over an hour now but the noise won't go away, and sometimes it will get louder. Sometimes I even get a noise that sounds like water flowing loudly for a prolonged period of time.
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