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Hey guys,

I am a little worried about my H220. About 1 hour ago, the pump started to make strange noise (somewhat between gurgling and metallic noise). I guess it was air bubble, because i set the pump @ 100% in the bios and started to tip the case left/right front/back and tap the tubing. Sounds much better now, the noise almost disappeared.

Is it normal that this issue appears after 1 month of use?

ty!

This is a good question and it's one that I've received quite frequently. Due to the fact that these kits are all filled via the fill port, there is virtually no way to close that fill port after filling it without introducing a small amount of air. Being that these are rather strong pumps they do have a tendency to pull bubbles into them. Due to this they can pull these bubbles into them from time to time. You followed the correct procedures for helping the pump to push the bubble back out. I hope this answers your question, and please let me know if you have any other issues or concerns.
post #5422 of 20728
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That looks amazing! Great job and let me know what you think once you start stress testing it.

There is a fail in the H320 package, comes with instruction manual H220. I talked to reseller "Bacata" and acknowledged that all H320, brings the old manual H220.

Swiftech could improve this fail...
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Does the tubing hit the rear fan.
Have you tried having the tube coming from the front.
Oh my, red ram with green mobo, cant look at that. Green or Black.

No, the tube does not hit the fan, is close, but no hits.

I can not turn the radiator, and put the tubes on the right side, because it will not let me, the drawer of the optical drives. (The roof)
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I really liis that red ram. It catches the eye. Good thing about the trident line is you can remove the red heatsink and it will be black. Cheers!

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does not really matter, the color red. What I look for is performance.
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There is a fail in the H320 package, comes with instruction manual H220. I talked to reseller "Bacata" and acknowledged that all H320, brings the old manual H220.

Swiftech could improve this fail...
No, the tube does not hit the fan, is close, but no hits.

I can not turn the radiator, and put the tubes on the right side, because it will not let me, the drawer of the optical drives. (The roof)
does not really matter, the color red. What I look for is performance.

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Finished expanding the H220 unit with 2x240mm UT60 rads + 2 EKWB GTX titan waterblocks smile.gif
GPUs in the low 50s under benchmarking with unigine valley @ 1215MHz/1.121V and CPU in the low 80s with an I7 3930k@5.0GHz



I know it could be prettier but my budget is maxed out already...
  
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post #5425 of 20728
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This is a good question and it's one that I've received quite frequently. Due to the fact that these kits are all filled via the fill port, there is virtually no way to close that fill port after filling it without introducing a small amount of air. Being that these are rather strong pumps they do have a tendency to pull bubbles into them. Due to this they can pull these bubbles into them from time to time. You followed the correct procedures for helping the pump to push the bubble back out. I hope this answers your question, and please let me know if you have any other issues or concerns.

well the noise appeared again. Should i open the fill port once the pump gets silent to let the air go?
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Finished expanding the H220 unit with 2x240mm UT60 rads + 2 EKWB GTX titan waterblocks smile.gif
GPUs in the low 50s under benchmarking with unigine valley @ 1215MHz/1.121V and CPU in the low 80s with an I7 3930k@5.0GHz


I know it could be prettier but my budget is maxed out already...

Looks nice and clean to me thumb.gif I wonder if putting a small reservoir like Swiftech MCRES would not solve many of these noise " problems" reported in the h220. Bryan any test or data in that regard?

On a side note what core v did you use on your 3930k?

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Looks nice and clean to me thumb.gif I wonder if putting a small reservoir like Swiftech MCRES would not solve many of these noise " problems" reported in the h220. Bryan any test or data in that regard?

On a side note what core v did you use on your 3930k?

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I used an offset of +0.26V and the total vcore hovered around 1.45V
  
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MEN , don't need instructions, that's why we are MEN. biggrin.gif

Are you telling me there are no women water cooling enthusiasts? I see a lot with women's avatars. perhaps they are cross dressers, but they are MEN????
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well the noise appeared again. Should i open the fill port once the pump gets silent to let the air go?

Yes, once the bubble goes out and your pump quiets down, you should be able to top off your radiator with distilled water.
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Are you telling me there are no women water cooling enthusiasts? I see a lot with women's avatars. perhaps they are cross dressers, but they are MEN????

You should know by now, when it comes to tech forums, THERE ARE NO WOMEN. biggrin.gif
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