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Are you in the states? Mine had this issue and it was because of the original design impeller. If you have the knowledge and confidence to drain the loop and open the pump with the top 4 screws, Swiftech can send you the new impeller for the RMA to speed the process. It's really easy to replace, and is how I fixed my unit.

Yes I'm in the US. I have a dialog going with Brian about it. They want me to send some pics of the rad for visual inspection.

This is the second one.
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Air or not i cant get it out and its been 5hrs of doing all the stuff. Simply not worth the time on my end especially when there is a new pump to help with this issue.
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I couldn't get the old one to show up very good in my photos, but the old one has a single hole to bleed through,while the new one has 3, all bigger than the one on the original. Also worth noting that the edges of the blades feel sharper on the new impeller.

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Its currently at this noise level at 100%, dead silent at 50%
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post #6235 of 20766
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Still have to RMA this particular H220 unit as this pump keeps failing from time to time randomly causing the PC to crash hard!

But... One last update on temps after one month installation. Added a push fan to the 120 rad in the back until the custom loop stuff is in the budget next month. This MAX temp is from a barely playable 5760 x 1080 Crysis 3 on high settings with an OC of +185 / +295 on an ASUS 670GTX DCUII 4GB SLI setup, EK waterblocks and pump on direct PWM mobo header.




Setup again for reference not including the push fan on the 120 rad and I removed the Sound Blaster Z and selling that.




Really impressed being that these rads are only fair in performance, and not fully push / pull. This HAS to be the best AIO once all the kinks are worked out of the design. thumb.gif

do you obtain these result only with 2 rad??very impressed drool.gifdrool.gif
these temperature are very thumb.gifthumb.gifthumb.gifthumb.gif

today i order my H220..i want to add a radiator 240x80mm to a 2500k @4,5GHZ and 2 7950@1100mhz..

is you CPU,overclocked??
Edited by francisco9751 - 8/27/13 at 12:44pm
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Who has the H320 in stock in Canada.
post #6237 of 20766
Hi all,
I just completed my workstation build using Swiftech's H220 to cool my 3930K. No grinding or strange noises coming from the pump...just the tinkling when it starts to let me know my pump is working. It's in a push/pull configuration using 4 Noctua's NF-F12 PWMs. When I checked the members list, I noticed that 3 members have the i7-3930K [and only 1 with basically the same mobo as me]...what I'm concerned about are the temps. Presently, my idles are in the mid-30s with the a/c on...and in the low 40s with it off. But are those posted load temps normal, or rather high? Seems to me that this cooler should produce lower numbers...correct me if I'm wrong. I'd hate to think I need to replace my cooler already!!! Can anyone shed some light on this for me?


Edited by oldAMDnew2Intel - 9/6/13 at 3:02pm
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post #6238 of 20766
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Hi all,
I just completed my workstation build using Swiftech's H220 to cool my 3930K. No grinding or strange noises coming from the pump...just the tinkling when it starts to let me know my pump is working. It's in a push/pull configuration using 4 Noctua's NF-F12 PWMs. When I checked the members list, I noticed that 3 members have the i7-3930K [and only 1 with basically the same mobo as me]...what I'm concerned about are the temps. Presently, my idles are in the mid-30s with the a/c on...and in the low 40s with it off. But are those posted load temps normal, or rather high? Seems to me that this cooler should produce lower numbers...correct me if I'm wrong. I'd hate to think I need to replace my cooler already!!! Can anyone shed some light on this for me?


What are your load temps and your ambient temperature? And also remember that these chips do vary quite a bit in terms of heat production.
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Hi all,
I just completed my workstation build using Swiftech's H220 to cool my 3930K. No grinding or strange noises coming from the pump...just the tinkling when it starts to let me know my pump is working. It's in a push/pull configuration using 4 Noctua's NF-F12 PWMs. When I checked the members list, I noticed that 3 members have the i7-3930K [and only 1 with basically the same mobo as me]...what I'm concerned about are the temps. Presently, my idles are in the mid-30s with the a/c on...and in the low 40s with it off. But are those posted load temps normal, or rather high? Seems to me that this cooler should produce lower numbers...correct me if I'm wrong. I'd hate to think I need to replace my cooler already!!! Can anyone shed some light on this for me?

The H220 fans you use are not mounted correctly. All 4 fans are in pull?

First image is the NF-F12 the second on is not the NF-F12, those is the NF-P12. Mixing is not good with both those fans.
    
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The H220 fans you use are not mounted correctly. All 4 fans are in pull?

First image is the NF-F12 the second on is not the NF-F12, those is the NF-P12. Mixing is not good with both those fans.

Good job! I didn't notice that. It does look like they are all set to pull.
Edited by BramSLI1 - 8/27/13 at 1:47pm
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