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I can, mine is running off the CPU1 header which my bios reports at around 1200RPM.

Yep, most of the time mine is around 1200-1300. When I push it hard, it will spin up to almost 3k (during a Prime 95 run, for example).
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post #4762 of 20789
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Everything was running fine with my h220 and now today I am getting a Asus cpu fan error 0 %.My temps are a cool 31 degrees at idle. Anyone ever have this pop up with a asus board. My board is a Sabertooth z77.

Yup AI Suite isnt so sweet at times but is a neat little package and works well 90% of the time. Controlling most useful oc'ing features from desktop is useful but doesn't save the setting but gives you a good idea of what you may need to change to get OC better or to work at all.
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you can tell the speed of the pump?

I can, mine is running off the CPU1 header which my bios reports at around 1200RPM.

I suggest ramping it up over 2000 rpm every once in a while to make sure it isnt have the same problem as others. Mine gained the noise problem after about 3-4 weeks of 24/7 use. It actually got worse after trying OP fix techniques. One thing left to try is to do the techniques with the fill port off.

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Originally Posted by Watagump View Post

I can, mine is running off the CPU1 header which my bios reports at around 1200RPM.

Yep, most of the time mine is around 1200-1300. When I push it hard, it will spin up to almost 3k (during a Prime 95 run, for example).
Make note of the sound now just so you can be sure if something is going wrong or not in the future.
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Mine is at 30% speed 1760rpm from speed fan
    
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post #4764 of 20789
I've had the H220 for two days. I have mounted the pump sideways because the right-hose leans on the first module in the first memory slot of the Asus Z87-WS motherboard. So far the temperature readings are much lower and I'm pleased with that aspect of the cooler but I keep pulling my hair out due to a clickity-klak noise that I can hear from across the room. I've made a few videos of the noise but I've been assured this is normal behavior by Swiftech tech support. To be honest, I'm not completely convinced as I've seen quite a few H220 kits that don't have this noise.

Anyway, I attempted to follow the "air bubble removal" instructions again and noticed that when the case is titled away from me the noise disappears (pump RPM is below 1350) at about a 45 degree angle. When the case is tilted towards me, the noise gets louder. The noise disappears above 1400-1500RPM and the pump is quiet to about 2200RPM. Above 2200RPM I can (faintly) hear the noise in addition to the (expected) louder noise of the pump itself. Is this indicative of an air bubble, faulty pump, or is it normal behavior?

I have made a video of the tilting behavior and sent it over to Swiftech tech support but I probably won't hear back until Monday so I figured I'd post a question here and see if someone can help out. I really want to get this figured out as soon as possible so I can finish this build for my dad's upcoming birthday.

http://youtu.be/2C-ckoMUSqA
Edited by hrana - 7/12/13 at 5:40pm
post #4765 of 20789
Is it really necessary to use the coolant or would distilled water and possibly a silver killcoil be sufficient?

Thanks
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post #4766 of 20789
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You fit in the Arc Midi R2, which you avoid clearance issues.

Sorry man, but what do you mean? It fits in an Arc Midi R2? So it should fit in the R4? I have heard about problems with the Sabertooth Z87 in a R4 when installing the H220. Hope someone could confirm whether it works or not.
post #4767 of 20789
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Is it really necessary to use the coolant or would distilled water and possibly a silver killcoil be sufficient?

Thanks
Killcoil not good to use, and can cause problems later on. There HydrX PM 2 Coolant is very good and should be used.
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You fit in the Arc Midi R2, which you avoid clearance issues.

Sorry man, but what do you mean? It fits in an Arc Midi R2? So it should fit in the R4? I have heard about problems with the Sabertooth Z87 in a R4 when installing the H220. Hope someone could confirm whether it works or not.
R2 and R4 is different. The R2 top mounting is offset towards the side panel. The R4 is not, and can have clearance issues from ram, 8pin and mosffets.
    
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Is it really necessary to use the coolant or would distilled water and possibly a silver killcoil be sufficient?

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Stick with coolant for the H220.
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I've had the H220 for two days. I have mounted the pump sideways because the right-hose leans on the first module in the first memory slot of the Asus Z87-WS motherboard. So far the temperature readings are much lower and I'm pleased with that aspect of the cooler but I keep pulling my hair out due to a clickity-klak noise that I can hear from across the room. I've made a few videos of the noise but I've been assured this is normal behavior by Swiftech tech support. To be honest, I'm not completely convinced as I've seen quite a few H220 kits that don't have this noise.

Anyway, I attempted to follow the "air bubble removal" instructions again and noticed that when the case is titled away from me the noise disappears (pump RPM is below 1350) at about a 45 degree angle. When the case is tilted towards me, the noise gets louder. The noise disappears above 1400-1500RPM and the pump is quiet to about 2200RPM. Above 2200RPM I can (faintly) hear the noise in addition to the (expected) louder noise of the pump itself. Is this indicative of an air bubble, faulty pump, or is it normal behavior?

I have made a video of the tilting behavior and sent it over to Swiftech tech support but I probably won't hear back until Monday so I figured I'd post a question here and see if someone can help out. I really want to get this figured out as soon as possible so I can finish this build for my dad's upcoming birthday.

http://youtu.be/2C-ckoMUSqA

From my experience with these kits if the noise changes at all then it's most likely an air bubble. It's either that there is something that's vibrating in your case and when you tilt it the contact that's creating the vibration is reduced or removed. I would check to make sure everything is properly seated and tightened down and then proceed with the instructions to remove the air bubble from your pump. Let me know if you have any issues or need further assistance.
post #4770 of 20789
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I think the cpu fan error is fixed. I uninstalled the asus ai suite, reinstalled it and now it shows the cpu fan speed. Must be buggy asus software.

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Originally Posted by Sp33d Junki3 View Post

I stop using it on my Z77 Sabertooth. It installs thermal radar and others, even after you uninstall other software is left.
Speedfan works much better, and less buggy.
yes asus software constantly gave me bad readings.

i use hwinfo64 to monitor all my temps. works great, its free and very very very customizable.
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