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I have been following this thread closely for awhile even before my H220 purchase. I made a account so I could contribute my positive experience with it so far to offset the negative things with the premature pump noise/failures some people have been experiencing.


Installed in a Arc Midi R2 in a defualt configuration drawing cold air in from the top , it's been running about a month now with no abnormal noise from the pump or fans(knock on wood).




3570k running at 4.5ghz @ 1.258v temps reach 75c running a Prime95 Blend for a few hours.



The plan is to put the 7870 under water too if I ever decide to actually pull the trigger on actually doing it, as of now it's the loudest component in my rig.
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Roughly how long should you test run the H220 out of the box? I can hear the pump purring away, which I assume means that liquid is making it to the pump. Would it make an awful, loud noise if it wasn't?
Edited by tmsmith - 7/1/13 at 5:24pm
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Originally Posted by Orlean View Post

I have been following this thread closely for awhile even before my H220 purchase. I made a account so I could contribute my positive experience with it so far to offset the negative things with the premature pump noise/failures some people have been experiencing.


Installed in a Arc Midi R2 in a defualt configuration drawing cold air in from the top , it's been running about a month now with no abnormal noise from the pump or fans(knock on wood).

3570k running at 4.5ghz @ 1.258v temps reach 75c running a Prime95 Blend for a few hours.

The plan is to put the 7870 under water too if I ever decide to actually pull the trigger on actually doing it, as of now it's the loudest component in my rig.
The Arc Midi R2 filter is restrictive. I have mine set to exhaust.
with OC cpu, you will need to add another rad. best place is up front, so a 240 would be good.
    
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Roughly how long should you test run the H220 out of the box? I can hear the pump purring away, which I assume means that liquid is making it to the pump. Would it make an awful, loud noise if it wasn't?

People's comments avg from no test to 3-24hrs of testing before install. I ran mine off and on thru a weekend in 3-8hr increments before feeling comfortable about the unit. Just looking for the obvious, leaks, loud noises, grinding, Low purring sounds right to me smile.gif
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I have been following this thread closely for awhile even before my H220 purchase. I made a account so I could contribute my positive experience with it so far to offset the negative things with the premature pump noise/failures some people have been experiencing.
Installed in a Arc Midi R2 in a defualt configuration drawing cold air in from the top , it's been running about a month now with no abnormal noise from the pump or fans(knock on wood)..

Congrats and welcome, looks like another Sabertooth owner, You running 2 or 4 dimm on yours?
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Upon further examination, it doesn't seem to be my pump. I pulled the fan connectors from the rad fans and the noise pretty much stopped. I could hear a slight motor sound from the pump at very high RPMs, but nothing like what I was hearing before. I did all the methods in the OP to free up air bubbles. At this point I believe it may just be the fans running at high RPMs causing vibrations in the somewhat flimsy mesh top of my case (HAF932). I tried to plug the pump straight into the CPU header and use the PWM splitter just for the 2 rad fans in a system fan port to decouple the fan RPMs from the pump RPMs, but the fans defaulted to full speed when I did that and I couldn't figure out a fix in speedfan.
Is one of the fans hooked to the red port of the splitter? That red port is the only port that will be able to control anything hooked up to it, not too sure but if nothing is hooked up there then its like hooking a fan directly to a molex.
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The Arc Midi R2 filter is restrictive. I have mine set to exhaust.
with OC cpu, you will need to add another rad. best place is up front, so a 240 would be good.

Umm not really, even with an OC the H220 is great for cooling as is.



Stay tuned peeps, in about a week I should have a 780 and 240mm rad added to the H200, also my 3770k is @4.7 1.368 vcore. temps max about 85-84 avg during this day in an enclosed room.
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I didn't test mine at all, its up to the manufacturer to do that. Never tested my H110 either, that's just how I roll.
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Me either, I took it out of the box, shook it around and installed it. No testing at all.
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good, now start to have a noise in the pump. what would be the steps to remove the air bubble?
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good, now start to have a noise in the pump. what would be the steps to remove the air bubble?

The steps to remove it are posted in the OP. Please let me know if this helps you to get rid of the air in your pump and quiet it down.
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Is one of the fans hooked to the red port of the splitter? That red port is the only port that will be able to control anything hooked up to it, not too sure but if nothing is hooked up there then its like hooking a fan directly to a molex.
Umm not really, even with an OC the H220 is great for cooling as is.



Stay tuned peeps, in about a week I should have a 780 and 240mm rad added to the H200, also my 3770k is @4.7 1.368 vcore. temps max about 85-84 avg during this day in an enclosed room.

Fairly certain. I pulled the pump connector from the splitter and moved one of the fan connectors to it.
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