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I'd like to thank both Bram and Gabe for their prompt replies. It is greatly appreciated.
 
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Thanks for all that insider info., Gabe. Hard not to be impressed by this company even with this product's growing pains.

I wonder if it's possible that the screwy splitters may be responsible for shorting out the pumps that are being reported DOA?

Here's some food for thought:

I got a unit that had a dead pump. Swiftech shipped me a new unit which I received it this evening. First thing I did was plug it in before installing. I used the splitter that came with the first unit, strictly as an extension cord. I didn't plug in the molex connector because I was just testing the pump. The pump did not run. I though, "sh#t, I got another arsed pump!!" Then I plugged the pump directly in to a pwm header and lo and behold it worked. I'm thinking ... if I had plugged in the molex connector, would it have fried the second pump? OTOH, I'm the farthest thing from an electrician, so this could be total nonsense.
Edited by AdamMT - 3/15/13 at 7:54pm
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Will they also be available for sale at around the same price of $9.99?

Yes
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Thanks for all that insider info., Gabe. Hard not to be impressed by this company even with this product's growing pains.

I wonder if it's possible that the screwy splitters may be responsible for shorting out the pumps that are being reported DOA?

No, that defective splitter is the first reported.

The "growing pains" are really not severe, after all we thoroughly tested all these units.. it's the few we missed that require full investigation. Each failed unit is sent to our lead engineer for complete analysis, and from this, we implement revisions in assembly or QC to lock on the zero defect target. We'll get it done!
post #494 of 20728
:thumb:Wow I'm a star smile.gif Swiftech posted my little lame video on installing the H220 in my Corsair 400R case... http://www.swiftech.com/h220.aspx#tab3
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I wonder if it's possible that the screwy splitters may be responsible for shorting out the pumps that are being reported DOA?

Unlikely. I had done all kinds of things with the splitter with known working components and none of them fried, including the pump and fans of the h220. Even did manual wire cutting to test them so if the pump dies it's not going to be from the switched cables like I had. Just a time waste trying to find out they were reversed tongue.gif
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Now I wish I didn't buy so many PWM splitters smile.gif

The new ones sound great!!

Question, can you use a 3-pin to molex adapter and power the splitter via one 3-pin with low power fans?
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Nothing scientific here but ran an IBT before install for ~25-30 minutes and I was hitting 60C peak with 55-57C being average, 35C at idle.
Now I am idling at ~17C and at load saw 37C average!
Thanks Swiftech for a great product!
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Nothing scientific here but ran an IBT before install for ~25-30 minutes and I was hitting 60C peak with 55-57C being average, 35C at idle.
Now I am idling at ~17C and at load saw 37C average!
Thanks Swiftech for a great product!

That's great, but it would be nice to know what CPU you are running, and what cooler you were using before the H220.
 
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@Gabriel Rouchon
First of all thank you for taking the time to come in here and chime in your thoughts Mr.Rouchon! Also congratulations on the recent success of the h220. You guys sold out immediately.It's good to hear you guys are moving to a bigger area to increase production. My favorite part is that the H320 is ready to go into productions and i saw the q2 2013 release! As long as your guys Customer support is top notch and you work out the kinks which looks like you guys are already aware off and are working on it.You guys will keep selling your units like hot cakes!
    
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Oh sorry. I am running an FX6300 and previously a 212+. I don't recall my voltage but was clocked at 4.7.
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