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post #5381 of 20809
I have a new H320 version, is awesome, but I have a one question.

The pump cable, I have to plug in the device (splitter), and then the splitter cable to the motherboard CPU_FAN ?

Or is there another way more extreme, I really want the pump to run at the maximum speed, do not mind the sound, I just want to get the maximum performance.
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post #5382 of 20809
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Originally Posted by BenchAndGames View Post

I have a new H320 version, is awesome, but I have a one question.

The pump cable, I have to plug in the device (splitter), and then the splitter cable to the motherboard CPU_FAN ?

Or is there another way more extreme, I really want the pump to run at the maximum speed, do not mind the sound, I just want to get the maximum performance.

You could just plug everything into the PWM splitter, and not plug the splitter into any port on the motherboard biggrin.gif

As long as your motherboard doesn't freak out with no CPU fan or whatever, this will cause you to get full 12v and 100% RPM from all pumps / fans connected.
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post #5383 of 20809
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I have a new H320 version, is awesome, but I have a one question.

The pump cable, I have to plug in the device (splitter), and then the splitter cable to the motherboard CPU_FAN ?

Or is there another way more extreme, I really want the pump to run at the maximum speed, do not mind the sound, I just want to get the maximum performance.

Having the pump run at full speed as opposed to 60% or so will have virtually no impact on performance. I suggest you run it from the splitter and have the splitter plugged into your CPU fan header. You definitely don't want to run this pump off of anything other than a PWM header, so that it isn't voltage regulated instead. Voltage regulation isn't good for PWM devices and can kill them over time.
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post #5384 of 20809
Ok, I found another solution for controling the RPM pump, directly from my bios, but I see no difference about 75 PWM and 100 PWM, so I think 75 PWM its good.

I cand join in the club !!!





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And if there were warnings, it would be ok?

WARNING: If you read this message you may not like it. "Legal action" like that does not make the world a better place.
See your profile pic, that is how my cousin looked. not even kidding. And a warning would of been nice like the ones they put on video games.
post #5386 of 20809
ok, thanks.
post #5387 of 20809
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Having the pump run at full speed as opposed to 60% or so will have virtually no impact on performance. I suggest you run it from the splitter and have the splitter plugged into your CPU fan header. You definitely don't want to run this pump off of anything other than a PWM header, so that it isn't voltage regulated instead. Voltage regulation isn't good for PWM devices and can kill them over time.

Where did you get your H320 from?
    
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post #5389 of 20809
Well sad news. My replacement month old H220 has decided to start a hissy fit.
it is not like air bubbles. It more of a ticking noise like you hear on PWM fans.
30% you can hear it over the fans. 40% dear lord, it is so bad, but once you go 50-70% is not so bad, but annoying. 80-100% not possible to use.
Did the steps stated, but it did not work. Whats weird is when when you hold the pump horizontal is bad, flip it so you see the base, and all the noise is gone and dead silent. Normal vertical placement is just as bad?

Thats all i can do, the time frame I have is little and taking apart is unlikely atm. Might have to wait a month to have free time and space to do it in.
    
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post #5390 of 20809
It almost sounds like the magnet inside your pump is failing...
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