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Thanks. Your a good guy.Hope that truck thing goes smoothly.

Thanks, me too. It's my new daily driver! I just bought it from my dad this week lol. '66 GMC long wide with a 305E V6 and 4 speed floor shift granny gears. All original, wood bed, under 70,000 original miles, but it's trashed pretty bad from sitting for years.
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Hey if anyone is interested "Jab-Tech" has the H220 in stock, $140 plus ~$10 shipping. Also I'm pretty sure they are US only thumb.gif

Oops. Here is the link doh.gif
http://www.jab-tech.com/water-cooling-full-kits/swiftech-h220-compact-drive-ii-plug-and-play-liquid-cooling-system/
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Well, I am in the club now, but having issues.

I don't think my pump is running at all. Temp slowly rises constantly until reaching 70c while I am in the bios (New build, don't even have an OS installed yet). Fans are spinning. I have double checked everything and even removed block/pump and reapplied TIM. Same result.

On boot, I get Not CPU Fan detected.

Have splitter going to CPU FAN on MB. power is plugged in. Pump to Channel 1, and both fans also plugged into splitter. Fans spinning. Can't hear pump, which is not unexpected as it is supposed to be pretty quite, but even if I touch it I can't feel it running, which seems weird.

Anybody have any ideas? I am about to pull this out and put the stock intel HSF on there so I can at least move forward with the build.

BTW, coming from full custom loop so not new to water cooling. Was trying to simplify things with this build which isn't going so well redface.gif.
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Almost done, but my monitor setup is done, just gotta wait on the 7970 water block.

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Originally Posted by glakr View Post

Well, I am in the club now, but having issues.

I don't think my pump is running at all. Temp slowly rises constantly until reaching 70c while I am in the bios (New build, don't even have an OS installed yet). Fans are spinning. I have double checked everything and even removed block/pump and reapplied TIM. Same result.

On boot, I get Not CPU Fan detected.

Have splitter going to CPU FAN on MB. power is plugged in. Pump to Channel 1, and both fans also plugged into splitter. Fans spinning. Can't hear pump, which is not unexpected as it is supposed to be pretty quite, but even if I touch it I can't feel it running, which seems weird.

Anybody have any ideas? I am about to pull this out and put the stock intel HSF on there so I can at least move forward with the build.

BTW, coming from full custom loop so not new to water cooling. Was trying to simplify things with this build which isn't going so well redface.gif.

have you tried bypassing the splitter? connect the pump directly to the PWM 4 pin on the motherboard. Leave all of the fans disconnected and see if you can hear it. If it's the first time you're starting it you'll hear a lot of water noise as it starts up.

Here is what mine sounds like:
 
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have you tried bypassing the splitter? connect the pump directly to the PWM 4 pin on the motherboard. Leave all of the fans disconnected and see if you can hear it. If it's the first time you're starting it you'll hear a lot of water noise as it starts up.

Here is what mine sounds like:

ez12a, what app are you using?
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post #647 of 20724
Hi!

First poster here.

Sorry if this has been asked (a million times) before, but this is what I want to do: I want to mount the rad in push-configuration in Corsair 650D.

What I did was flip the rad around, simple as that. But what kind of screws should I use to mount the rad in top of the case? The top layer of the case is very thin, and standard computer screws (M4 I think?) are just too long as they would hit the rad fins. What I did in the mean time, was that I added some rubber spacers between the screw and the case and used only my fingers to tighten the screw.

How should this be done? There were no screws included to do this configuration, only to push fresh air from outside the case but not from inside. Or another option would have been to add another set of fans with the very long screws, but this is not possible in the case due to limited space.

For example how has this been done? http://www.swiftech.org/images/H220/Fractal-Design-R4.jpg

I know that asking this might be just plain dumb, should I just buy some spacers? smile.gif

Thanks
post #648 of 20724
Xarot,
Use the included long screws to mount the fans and then use the short screws that were originally used to hold the fans to mount the radiator to the case.
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Originally Posted by glakr View Post

Well, I am in the club now, but having issues.

I don't think my pump is running at all. Temp slowly rises constantly until reaching 70c while I am in the bios (New build, don't even have an OS installed yet). Fans are spinning. I have double checked everything and even removed block/pump and reapplied TIM. Same result.

On boot, I get Not CPU Fan detected.

Have splitter going to CPU FAN on MB. power is plugged in. Pump to Channel 1, and both fans also plugged into splitter. Fans spinning. Can't hear pump, which is not unexpected as it is supposed to be pretty quite, but even if I touch it I can't feel it running, which seems weird.

Anybody have any ideas? I am about to pull this out and put the stock intel HSF on there so I can at least move forward with the build.

BTW, coming from full custom loop so not new to water cooling. Was trying to simplify things with this build which isn't going so well redface.gif.

Sounds like another DOA pump. Contact Swiftech for replacement.
post #650 of 20724
Having never done a water cooling system other than a H50 (which doesn't really count) I'm interested to know how easy this would be to upgrade tubing, coolant colour and extra rads. I'm thinking of getting a Define R4 but would like to add a waterblock to my GPU in the future (plan to upgrade to maxwell when they come out). I would like to change the tubing to clear and have blue coolant running through it and add the gpu block, maybe adding in a single 120 rad on the back of the case?

Ideas / thoughts welcome.
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