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Has anyone installed their H220 on top of the case with the fill port facing down. I want to try push pull in a Cosmos 2 case and the only way is to install the flat side of the rad up top the case with the fill port down, and have the 2 fans on the bottom of the rad and 2 fans up top of the fan cut outs at the top of the case. Also is a push pill config worth doing. Right now I have two fans up top, and one on the bottom ,the second bottom fan will not fit because of the motherboard being too close. Any ideas appreciated.....
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Has anyone installed their H220 on top of the case with the fill port facing down. I want to try push pull in a Cosmos 2 case and the only way is to install the flat side of the rad up top the case with the fill port down, and have the 2 fans on the bottom of the rad and 2 fans up top of the fan cut outs at the top of the case. Also is a push pill config worth doing. Right now I have two fans up top, and one on the bottom ,the second bottom fan will not fit because of the motherboard being too close. Any ideas appreciated.....

i have it installed with teh fill port down.

I cant say the rate of evaporation for an unmodified kit, but my expanded h220 loop needs topping off every 4 months it would seem, otherwise gurgling/trickling noises will occur.

if i'm not mistaken, evap rates depend also at the water temp. My fan curves are a little slow, so the rad and tubes are warm to the touch. That may have to do with some of the evap i'm seeing.
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Has anyone installed their H220 on top of the case with the fill port facing down. I want to try push pull in a Cosmos 2 case and the only way is to install the flat side of the rad up top the case with the fill port down, and have the 2 fans on the bottom of the rad and 2 fans up top of the fan cut outs at the top of the case. Also is a push pill config worth doing. Right now I have two fans up top, and one on the bottom ,the second bottom fan will not fit because of the motherboard being too close. Any ideas appreciated.....

you can always add in a res. does not have to be big even this one would suffice. recommend doing it above the pump and place before the pump ( so it supplys the pump not "after" the pump ( pump discharge )
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i have it installed with teh fill port down.

I cant say the rate of evaporation for an unmodified kit, but my expanded h220 loop needs topping off every 4 months it would seem, otherwise gurgling/trickling noises will occur.

if i'm not mistaken, evap rates depend also at the water temp. My fan curves are a little slow, so the rad and tubes are warm to the touch. That may have to do with some of the evap i'm seeing.

tubing plays the biggest effect. thicker tubing will evap less over time
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Woke up this morning and the pump was incredibly loud. I checked and the pump was running at over 3000rpm. I have been running this for about 2 months without issue. I has to turn off the computer as I'm heading to work now. The temps were all equal to what they were when I went to bed. I'm not sure what could have happened overnight. Does this sound like a motherboard or H220 issue? Any suggestions on how to troubleshoot would be appreciated. I won't be back home until 6 or 7pm EST. Sorry for not searching at the moment since in on my way out the door. Thank you all!
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Woke up this morning and the pump was incredibly loud. I checked and the pump was running at over 3000rpm. I have been running this for about 2 months without issue. I has to turn off the computer as I'm heading to work now. The temps were all equal to what they were when I went to bed. I'm not sure what could have happened overnight. Does this sound like a motherboard or H220 issue? Any suggestions on how to troubleshoot would be appreciated. I won't be back home until 6 or 7pm EST. Sorry for not searching at the moment since in on my way out the door. Thank you all!

Hmm.. are you using the splitter? It sounds like you are if it's at 3K now.. Maybe the pwm wire on the splitter went out? I dunno.
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Hmm.. are you using the splitter? It sounds like you are if it's at 3K now.. Maybe the pwm wire on the splitter went out? I dunno.

Yes I am. When I get home I'm going to try plugging the pump directly into the CPU header and see what happens. I'm really hoping it's something as simple as this.
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Yes I am. When I get home I'm going to try plugging the pump directly into the CPU header and see what happens. I'm really hoping it's something as simple as this.

Let me know what you find. I'll be around tomorrow, but I'll be out of reach most of Sunday. Just PM me if you need any assistance.
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Yes I am. When I get home I'm going to try plugging the pump directly into the CPU header and see what happens. I'm really hoping it's something as simple as this.

Yeah, my splitter crapped out too and it's on the header only now and works really well in PWM.

(outside of it just stopping randomly no matter what header it's on). Different issue though... just can't break the rig apart yet for the pics Brian needs.

Brian is it possible that the pumps could get damaged or flakey after being plugged into faulty splitter boards for such a period of time? I wonder if a bunch of those splitters could be the culprit in some of the pump issue reports. thinking.gif
Edited by B3L13V3R - 8/30/13 at 12:23pm
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Yeah, my splitter crapped out too and it's on the header only now and works really well in PWM.

(outside of it just stopping randomly no matter what header it's on). Different issue though... just can't break the rig apart yet for the pics Brian needs.

Brian is it possible that the pumps could get damaged or flakey after being plugged into faulty splitter boards for such a period of time? I wonder if a bunch of those splitters could be the culprit in some of the pump issue reports. thinking.gif

If the pump is randomly stopping and restarting there is a good chance that it is the impeller. The new impeller has less drag and designed to better protect the center shaft IIRC, among other things. In my experience, there was something that got between the body of the impeller and the housing/magnets (and stuck on the impeller), causing excessive drag and start/stop.
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Brian is it possible that the pumps could get damaged or flakey after being plugged into faulty splitter boards for such a period of time? I wonder if a bunch of those splitters could be the culprit in some of the pump issue reports. thinking.gif

This is doubtful. As long as it's receiving constant power from the Molex connector then it should be fine.
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